PRIMARY REASON FOR REFERRAL (MENTAL HEALTH)

PRIMARY REASON FOR REFERRAL (MENTAL HEALTH) is the primary presenting condition or symptom for which the PATIENT was referred to a Mental Health Service.

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National Codes

Code Description

01

(Suspected) First Episode Psychosis

02

Ongoing or Recurrent Psychosis

03

Bi polar disorder

04

Depression

05

Anxiety

06

Obsessive compulsive disorder

07

Phobias

08

Organic brain disorder

09

Drug and alcohol difficulties

10

Unexplained physical symptoms

11

Post-traumatic stress disorder

12

Eating disorders

13

Perinatal mental health issues

14

Personality disorders

15

Self harm behaviours

16

Conduct disorders

17

Neurodevelopmental conditions (Retired 1 April 2018)

18

In crisis

19

Relationship difficulties

20

Gender Discomfort issues

21

Attachment difficulties

22

Self - care issues

23

Adjustment to health issues

24

Neurodevelopmental Conditions, excluding Autism Spectrum Disorder

25

Suspected Autism Spectrum Disorder

26

Diagnosed Autism Spectrum Disorder

27

Preconception perinatal mental health concern

28

Gambling disorder

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Plural PRIMARY REASONS FOR REFERRAL (MENTAL HEALTH)