The Centre for Clinical Interventions (CCI) is a specialist state-wide program that is administered through North Metropolitan Health Services in Western Australia. They conduct clinically applied psychosocial research and provide training and supervision for various psychological interventions. They also offer a clinical service for adults suffering from anxiety, mood and eating disorders.
The clinical service provided by CCI is based on current evidence-supported practice and aims to best meet the needs of their clients. As CCI forms part of the public mental health system, the service they offer is free.
CCI is a specialist public mental health service that:
-Treats adults suffering from complex anxiety, affective and eating disorders.
-Conducts clinically applied research.
-Provides training and supervision for mental health practitioners in psychotherapy.
CCI has also developed a number of resources for consumers, mental health practitioners, and doctors, many of which are freely available through this website. This website was created as part of a quality improvement project funded through the Office of Mental Health.
-To provide a clinical service for adults with complex mental health disorders;
-To provide all individuals with comprehensive multi-axial clinical assessment;
-To provide integrated and coherent interventions based on best practice principles;
-To develop and evaluate innovative treatments;
-To evaluate all patient progress pre-treatment, post-treatment, and follow-up;
-To receive and acknowledge patient feedback about the quality and relevance of the treatment received;
-To carry out clinically applied research;
-To conduct research relevant to the public sector services;
-To undertake collaborative research with universities, other health services, and the community;
-To provide an interdisciplinary teaching resource for psychosocial interventions;
-To conduct supervision in psychotherapy
Their target population consists of adults with complex mental disorders who present to the public mental health service.