We understand that many of our clients may be attending The Edinburgh Practice for the first time or may even be seeking private mental help for the first time. We also know that many of our clients may have questions, and therefore we have complied a list of informational videos for you below.
Please click the gold bar relevant to your query below to view an informative video about our services, what we do and why.
Need Help With How To Request A Repeat Prescription At The Edinburgh Practice?
A step-by-step guide to submitting a repeat prescription request:
- Click on ‘Request a Prescription’ or click the button below to begin the process.
- Download, complete, and save the Prescription Request Form.
- Click the “Choose Files” button to attach your prescription form on the same’ Request a Prescription’ page.
- Click ‘Send’ after entering the necessary information.
**Remember to ensure you receive your prescription on time; please submit requests no later than 14 days before you are due to run out of your medication**
Check out our tutorial video:
How to tutorial: ordering prescriptions on the Edinburgh Practice website.
Clinical director, Dr Fiona Wilson talks to us who we are, what we offer and the team that work here.
Dr Wilson tells us why The Edinburgh Practice was established and focuses on who can access our services.
Dr Wilson talks about the role of a clinical psychologist. A clinical psychologist uses evidence based therapy methods to offer you the best support possible in a professional, non judgemental manner to ensure you receive the best care.
Dr Wilson specifies here the difference between a clinical psychologist and a psychiatrist so that our clients can gauge a better understanding of which type of service they may find most beneficial to meet their needs.
Dr Wilson talks about our international clients and what we can offer to those who wish to use our services.
Dr Wilson tells us about the transition process and how we do this for those who wish to use our service until their place in the NHS becomes available or for those who wish to seek NHS support at a later date.