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Going to the GP about your mental health – A guide for autistic women

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This guide was created to help you if you need to see a General Practitioner (GP) about your mental health. It is available in different sections with help on: 

  • When you need to see a GP about your mental health 
  • How to prepare for your appointment 
  • Whether you need a follow up appointment 

The guide was developed by Amaze following consultation with autistic women about their personal experiences identifying mental health concerns and seeing a GP. 

After you have used the guide we would appreciate your feedback on whether it was helpful in your experience seeing a GP about your mental health concerns.

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Full Guide

Full guide

You will find here the complete resource guide and an overview. 

 

Sections

Introducing the Guide

This resource will give you an introduction to the different sections available. 

 

Section 1 - Do I need to see a GP about my mental health

This section will help you if you are thinking about seeing a GP about your mental health for the first time. 

 

Section 2 - Before the appointment

This section will help you prepare for your first appointment with your GP. 

 

Section 3 - Appointment Day

This section will help you with your appointment day. It will guide you on how to talk to your GP and prepare you for questions you will be asked. 

 

Section 4 - After the appointment

This section will help you understand if you received all the information you needed from you GP. It will also help you decide if you need a follow up appointment. 

 

Section 5 - Resources and references

Additional support and resources can be found here. 

 

 

Funded by The William and Vera Ellen Houston Memorial Trust Fund
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