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What can a Mental Health Care Plan help with?

A Mental Health Care Plan can help you get the support you need. It also helps you and your doctor decide what kind of treatment you need, such as therapy or medication.
A MHCP can also give you access to time-limited recovery supports, such as housing or transportation assistance. These support services can make it easier for you to attend appointments.


Mood disorders

If someone has a mood disorder, it can impact their ability to work, have healthy relationships, socialize and maintain a regular schedule. It can also interfere with sleep and eating. Fortunately, these conditions can be treated.
The first step is to assess the person’s mental health and identify the symptoms they have. This can be done through a physical examination, blood tests or urine screening. If the doctor suspects a mood disorder, they will likely refer them to a psychiatrist or psychologist.
During the initial consultation, the client will be asked to describe their thoughts and feelings to the therapist. They may be asked to keep a diary to help with this.
Once a diagnosis is made, the therapist will recommend treatment. This might include medication, like mood stabilizers and antidepressants. Psychotherapy, or talk therapy, is also an important part of a treatment plan. It can help the client accept their condition, recognize warning signs of an upcoming manic or depressive episode and learn to manage stress.

Mental Health Care Plan help with


A MHCP can help with substance abuse issues, including alcohol and drug addiction. These plans can also address the impact that mental health and addictions have on a person’s relationships, work, and personal life. They can also help individuals develop coping strategies to overcome their struggles. MHCPs are often used in conjunction with outpatient treatment programs, such as group or individual counseling sessions.
A clear diagnosis is an important component of any MHCP. A qualified therapist can use a client’s history to arrive at a precise diagnosis and determine the best course of treatment.
MHCPs also serve to break the stigma surrounding mental health conditions. They help to increase awareness that substance misuse is a medical condition, not a moral failing. This helps individuals seek treatment without feeling shame or guilt. It also encourages sensitivity and support from family members and healthcare professionals. In addition, MHCPs allow patients to take an active role in their care, which can empower them.

Personality disorders

People have a mixture of personality traits that influence how they react to the world around them. When someone has certain traits that aren’t adaptive and they cause ongoing problems, a mental health professional might decide to assess them for a personality disorder.
Symptoms of personality disorders include being suspicious for no reason, believing that others are out to get them and holding grudges. They might have intense emotions that change quickly, behave impulsively and worry about being abandoned by the people they care about.
Psychologists can treat personality disorders using long-term psychotherapy (also known as talk therapy) and sometimes medicines. A therapist might suggest that family members attend some sessions with the person they care for to help them understand their condition and learn how to support them. These sessions may be part of group therapy or in a therapeutic community. They can also include individual therapy. The therapist will agree a treatment plan with the person and their carers to set goals for their recovery, including modalities, frequency, targets, expected completion dates and what strengths they will use.


Psychiatric disorders affect the way we think, feel and behave. These conditions can be debilitating, but there are ways to treat them. Mental health care plans are one way to manage these conditions and improve overall well-being.
MHCPs help patients take an active role in their treatment, which increases the likelihood that they will stick to it. They also help healthcare providers communicate effectively and coordinate care. This treatment approach can be especially useful in low-resource settings, where there is a shortage of trained clinicians.
To increase access to psychiatric services, insurers should consider expanding their network of mental health professionals, or improving the quality of existing networks. They should also incentivize plan sponsors to make comprehensive, up-to-date provider directories available to beneficiaries. In addition, removing barriers such as the 190-day limit for inpatient psychiatric care and requiring psychiatrist supervision of clinical psychologists could also improve access to treatment. Lastly, the government should support the implementation of mental health care plans in primary care.

It is best to seek assistance from your GP at CannaTelehealth who, if necessary, provide you with alternative treatments for anxiety and provide you with a mental health care plan or mental health treatment plan which will allow you to consult with one of our partnering psychologists to explore the causes of anxiety.

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Our GPs can provide you with a MHCP that enables you to utilise with a psychologist to gain potentially 10 FREE (Bulk Billed) Psychology Sessions.


Who is CannaTelehealth?

CannaTelehealth is a telehealth company that specialises in the delivery of alternative treatments and therapies including Mental Health Care plans for patients suffering Anxiety Depression and PTSD. CannaTelehealth Healthcare professionals can also consult on other plant based therapies including medicinal cannabis through online consultations. Our platform is designed to enable medical professionals to use the latest telehealth technology, whilst keeping patient information secure and complying with privacy and security regulations.
We have been able to create an online system that makes it easy for patients to book appointments online with qualified and experienced GPs, NPs or Doctors, who can assist in the process of accessing Medicinal Cannabis for the treatment of their medical condition. Our telehealth system is fully backed by our clinical team who ensure that all consultations are conducted by suitably qualified health care professionals.
Our doctors are all able to apply for Medicinal Cannabis under the schedule 8 of the Therapeutic Goods Act, allowing them to prescribe the medication as required. During the initial consultation, your nurse or doctor will work with you to determine whether Medicinal Cannabis is appropriate for your specific symptoms and conditions. If it is, they will then apply for a TGA approval for your escript, which can be used by your pharmacy to order the product.
CannaTelehealth is operated by Phenix who have over 10 years providing online consultancy with our online healthcare professionals who are experienced in treating many conditions such as anxiety, PTSD, Opioid dependence, neurodegenerative disorders, sleep apnea.
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