Out of all the things I have lost, I miss my mind the most. - Mark Twain

Mental Health

Medcare Hospitals and Medical Centres announces its strategic partnership with Camali Clinic Child and Adult Mental Health to provide holistic multidisciplinary mental health services to UAE community.

About Camali Clinic  

Camali Clinic is a multidisciplinary child and adult mental health service in Dubai and in Abu Dhabi, UAE. The clinic works within a multidisciplinary framework to ensure a holistic and comprehensive treatment approach. Committed to high quality care, it follows international guidelines and is a member of the Quality Network for Community CAMHS (QNCC), an initiative of the Royal College of Psychiatrists' London, Centre for Quality Improvement.

The Importance of Mental Well-Being

Mental health encompasses our emotional, psychological and social well-being. It impacts how we think, feel and behave in daily life. Our mental health also contributes to our decision making process, how we cope with stress and how we relate to others in our lives.

Mental well-being plays an important part in allowing you to adapt to changes in your life and cope with adversity and can promote productivity and effectiveness in activities like school, work and caregiving.

Cases we see

We see a wide ranges of cases for example but not limited to.

•    Eating disorders
•    Depression
•    Anxiety/Panic attacks
•    Low self esteem
•    Couples Counselling
•    Stress related problems
•    Addictive behaviours
•    Grief
•    Personality disorders
•    Anger related problems
 

FAQs:الأسئلة الشائعة:
  • With whom am I meeting and what is their experience?

    All of our clinicians are registered and licensed practitioners who adhere to the strictest UK standards of clinical excellence.

  • What happens at the first appointment?

    A specialist mental health clinician(s) will see you and take down your history and a list of presenting symptoms in an initial consultation.  The aims of the appointment will be to clarify what your concerns are and to tell you more about the service, including the kind of problems we work with and the types of treatment offered and to develop a care plan with clear and achievable goals. 

  • How long is the session?

    Initial core assessment sessions are typically the longest and may last up to an hour. Other sessions are usually around 50 to 55 minutes long. However, some follow up appointments may be shorter, and some treatment review sessions may be longer. We will endeavor to let you know beforehand. 

    Clinicians also try their best to stick to appointment times, so we cannot guarantee how long a session may be if the young person arrives later than the allocated appointment 

  • Will my insurance cover this?

    Insurance coverage depends on your insurance company, the level of coverage, and diagnosis of the person. You can use our insurance check tool to take a look at all the insurance companies that insure with us (https://www.medcare.ae/en/insurance-partners.html). 

    Please check with your insurance provider to see what coverage you are eligible for.

  • What do I do if I need urgent help whilst the centre is closed?

    Unfortunately, we do not provide out-of-hours service. If you are concerned about your safety and/or wellbeing outside of clinic hours, then we advise you to attend Rashid’s Hospital Emergency Department. This is a government hospital where a resident Psychiatrist is on call 24 hours a day.