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I am a member of the Royal college of Psychiatry with over 15 years experience working with diverse populations from differing social and economic backgrounds. During my training I have worked in a number of different fields that have equipped me of the challenges of modern Psychiatry, including; General Adult Psychiatry, Substance misuse and patients with multiple psychiatric diagnoses. I have a particular interest in novel treatments for psychiatric disorders such as medical cannabis, nutritional based psychiatry and the potential use of psychedelics (ketamine, psilocybin and MDMA based medicines) for treatment resistant depression and chronic substance misuse. I firmly believe in holistic approaches to mental health, drawing on conventional and non-conventional treatments to empower my patients to make strides towards better mental health.
Dr Adam Moreton is based in the North West and consults through Pall Mall Medical in Manchester and Newton-Le-Willows/Warrington. Dr Moreton sees patients of all ages with suspected memory problems / dementia and works with older adults who have problems such as depression, anxiety, PTSD, OCD, psychosis and other mental health conditions. He also sees younger people if they have complex physical health needs complicating the management of their mental health problems. Dr Moreton graduated from Liverpool Medical School in 2010, he has worked in mental health since 2013 and undertook his specialist training in Manchester. Dr Moreton was appointed as an NHS consultant in 2019 and works in a Community Mental Health Team and Memory Service. Dr Moreton is a GMC registered doctor and on the specialist register for later life psychiatry. Alongside his clinical duties he holds a number of training roles - he is the Central Manchester Site Tutor for psychiatry and lectures on the topic of vascular dementia at The University of Manchester. Dr Moreton is a former NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow and has a number of publications. He is also a Special Advisor to the CQC and supports quality assurance inspections of mental heath services. Dr Moreton has provided evidence at Mental Health Tribunals as well as reports for the Court of Protection, Crown and Magistrates Courts. He is indemnified by the MDDUS. Dr Moreton is in good standing with the Royal College of Psychiatrists for continued professional development.
I have been a Private Consultant Psychiatrist since 2008. I have assessed and treated over a thousand private patients suffering from mental health problems throughout the UK. I have over 25 years of medical and psychiatric experience in the UK working as a NHS doctor and psychiatrist. I follow a holistic biopsychosocial approach to the recovery of my patients. I am a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists since 2009. I am on the GMC specialist register for General Psychiatry since 2013. I have also trained in CBT, Human Givens Therapy, Management of Substance Misuse and Adult ADHD Assessment, Diagnosis and Treatment.
I am a senior consultant psychiatrist in general adult psychiatry and eating disorders. I am passionate about providing high-quality patient care and I work collaboratively on treatment plans, based on evidence-based medicine and patient preference. I have expertise in depression, anxiety, personality disorders, PTSD, OCD, and bipolar affective disorder. I have a special interest in eating disorders and have worked as a medical director for a specialist inpatient eating disorders service in London. I aim to offer a thorough psychiatric assessment with diagnostic clarity and an individualised treatment plan. I have completed my higher training at South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust where I worked in liaison, forensic, perinatal, acute psychiatry and specialist eating disorders services at St Thomas, Royal Bethlem and Maudsley hospitals. I have received my certificate of completion of training (CCT) in general adult psychiatry with liaison psychiatry endorsement and also completed Master’s in psychiatric practice at the University of Hertfordshire with distinctions in 'recovery model of psychiatry' and ‘service improvement project’ for patients with ASD. I am actively involved in service improvement projects to improve patient care. One of my projects was nominated for the Douglas Bennett prize by The Royal College of Psychiatrists.
Dr Abrar Hussain is a Consultant Psychiatrist specialising in General Adult Psychiatry and Liaison Psychiatry (the interface between psychological and physical health). His areas of expertise include depression, anxiety, traumatic stress, personality disorders, functional neurological disorders and psychosomatic disorders. He runs a specialist service in the NHS for functional neurological disorders. He completed his medical training in 2003 in Chennai, India as a gold medallist and completed his postgraduate training in Psychiatry in London. He was awarded membership of the Royal College of Psychiatrists in 2009. He is on the General Medical Council Specialist Register. He has been the recipient of several Clinical Excellence Awards recognising his clinical expertise and contribution towards the delivery of safe high-quality care. In 2023, Dr Hussain was awarded Fellowship of the Royal College of Psychiatrists as a mark of distinction and recognition of contributions to psychiatry. Dr Hussain believes in a holistic approach using a combination of pharmacological and psychological interventions. He is Accredited in Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT), a type of collaborative therapy based on exploring relationship patterns. He is also an EMDR Europe Accredited Practitioner. EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing) therapy is a powerful approach for traumatic memories. Dr Hussain has published his work in scientific journals and presented at national and international conferences. He has delivered oral and poster presentations and won prizes for his work. He is invited on a regular basis to deliver talks to clinicians and trainees. Apart from his clinical work, he is actively involved in a number of other areas. He is a qualified mentor and is active in clinical teaching. He provides post graduate training to psychiatrists taking the Royal College of Psychiatrists examination and is the Course Director for a London based MRCPsych CASC course. His research portfolio includes the national multi-centre CODES trial for dissociative seizures where he was a Principal Investigator. He is trained in Quality Improvement processes and is an Accredited ‘Green Belt' Practitioner. Dr Hussain supports the charity FND Hope UK and is a member of its Medical Expert Committee. Dr Hussain practices patient centred care and believes in supporting patients in a holistic manner seeing every clinical interaction as an opportunity to deliver excellent care and make a real difference.
I trained as a doctor in Manchester, and after medical and surgical posts, I moved to London in 2000 to work as a Psychiatrist. I have held posts across London in a variety of settings, working with people from all walks of life and of all ages and backgrounds, and have been a Consultant in community adult psychiatry since 2008. I greatly enjoy my work, and use an integrated approach, combining biological, psychological and social therapies to help resolve issues and mental illnesses, looking to help the person rather than the condition. I have experience in treating depressive, psychotic and anxiety conditions and with medical legal work. I practice in Private Psychiatry in Harley Street and in Mill Hill, and have admitting rights to Nightingale Hospital in Marylebone.
Dr Audrey Ng has over 20 years of clinical practice working in the NHS and has been a Consultant since 2010. She believes passionately in individualised patient centred care and has a solid track record of setting up services aligned to this. She helped to set up an NHS service in liaison psychiatry in 2012 which was accredited excellent by the Royal College of Psychiatrists shortly after inception. Since then she has innovated a new clinical model for mental health of older adults within the acute hospital which was awarded first place in the 2019 National Awards for Positive Practice Mental Health Collaborative. Her successful work in developing a frequent attender project in the emergency department eventually formed the operational model used in the North West London Commissioning for Quality and Innovation Scheme (CQUIN) which was also successful. She now works in private practice and sees patients at the Priory Hospital in Roehampton where she has inpatient admitting rights.
My career in Liaison Psychiatry, working at the interface between physical and mental health, has lead to my interest in working in an integrated manner with professional colleagues to ensure that all aspects of illness, both related to the mind and body, are addressed. This principle is fundamental to the practice of Whole Person Care and to Integra Psychiatry. I completed my medical degree from Newcastle University in 2000 and began training in Psychiatry in 2002 in the North East, gaining experience in number of psychiatric specialities including General Adult, Old Age, Forensic and Learning Disabilities. I moved to London after gaining my Membership to the Royal College of Psychiatrists in 2006 where I worked in both Rehabilitation and Addictions Psychiatry. I also undertook an academic post as a Clinical Teaching Fellow at St George’s, University of London from 2009-2010, where I achieved a Postgraduate Certificate in Healthcare and Biomedical Education. I began Higher Specialist Training at the South London and Maudsley NHS Trust in 2010 where I further specialised in Liaison Psychiatry. I also had the opportunity to work at both the National Psychosis and Mother and Baby Units, furthering my interest in maternal mental health. I have worked as an NHS Consultant in Liaison Psychiatry since 2013, leading a diverse, multidisciplinary team in Sunderland Royal Hospital, a service which has won local and national recognition. I have special interests in the management of self-harm, chronic pain, persistent physical symptoms (including functional neurological disorders) and perinatal (maternal) mental disorders, but am also expert in the assessment and treatment of a wide range of mental disorders including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, psychosis, eating disorders, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), complex trauma and personality disorders. I am active in medical leadership and until recently was working as an Associate Medical Director at a local mental health Trust. Through this, I have led on a number of innovative service developments which have enhanced the care of the population I serve.
Dr Sirohi is a General Adult Consultant Psychiatrist with a busy Private practice close to London and Surrey . She received training in India and UK and earned her Psychiatry qualification from Royal College Of Psychiatrists, London. Dr Sirohi has over 23 years experience as a doctor. She has previously worked as a Substantive NHS Consultant both on inpatient wards and in the community. She has also worked in specialist services such as Liaison Psychiatry, Home treatment ,Crisis ,Assertive outreach teams and the community forensic services. She left the NHS in 2017 to focus on her vision of building a high quality, effective mental health service in the private sector to be responsive to patient needs in a timely empathic manner. Dr Sirohi believes in a collaborative approach with her patients ,helping them to pilot their own individual journey of recovery and wellness. She seeks to empower her patients and help them navigate the everchanging landscape of developments in high quality specialist mental health care. Areas of interest past and current • Patient and carer empowerment : Dr Sirohi is a member of the Royal College Public Education Committee in facilitating patient engagement. Dr Sirohi presents at GP education events and is available to present at corporate events promoting mental health in the workspace. • Media and mental health : Dr Sirohi helped create ‘ virtual patients’ and training films for psychotherapy and risk assessments in the past . She supported the development of the Suicide Prevention Strategy for Surrey and continues to aims to promote digital safety and awareness (‘Digital Risk'), in relation to mental health and use of the internet. Dr Sirohi has also been a video presenter for mental health portals online. • Cultural psychiatry: Dr Sirohi has participated in various initiatives, such as the ‘Happy Soul Festival', which helped raise awareness of wellbeing and mental health in Afro-Caribbean and Asian communities. In addition to this, she has woked with mental health charities, such as MIND. • Aviation Psychiatry: Mental health assessment and support for pilots ,cabin crew and air traffic controllers. • Menopause and related Mental Health challenges
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Dr Green has been a consultant perinatal psychiatrist for nearly 20 years. She is an expert in caring for women with a wide range of mental health problems in the context of trying to conceive, pregnancy and the postnatal period. Women value Dr Green’s collaborative and compassionate approach. She developed the perinatal mental health service at St Thomas’ Hospital (South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust) and led this service from 2002 to 2016 before becoming Perinatal Clinical Lead at West London NHS Trust. She now works clinically in private practice at The Portland Hospital and The Child & Family Practice. Dr Green has had many roles in developing and improving the quality of NHS perinatal mental health services. She has been chair of the South and North West London Perinatal Mental Health Clinical Networks and Service DevelopmentLead for the Pan London Perinatal Mental Health Network. She was joint lead for the London Perinatal Mental Health Care Pathway. She has been an elected member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists Perinatal Faculty and was the lead for the development of a series of perinatal information leaflets for the Royal College of Psychiatrists. Dr Green also has many years’ experience of teaching, training and mentoring for psychiatrists, a range of other perinatal mental health professionals, midwives, health visitors and obstetricians. She is currently a visiting lecturer in perinatal mental health for the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust andjoint clinical lead for the perinatal masterclass programme at the Royal College of Psychiatrists.
Dr Oscar D’Agnone is one of the most senior and respected psychiatrists and medical addiction specialists in the UK specialising in anxiety disorders, addictions, alcohol-related problems, trauma (PTSD), depression and ADHD. He is currently CEO and Medical Director of Seagrave Healthcare/The OAD Clinic, a leading private institution providing mental health and addiction treatment in central London for over 15 years. The OAD Clinic opened in the prestigious Belgravia area of Central London in 2016 by Dr Oscar D’Agnone and his talented team. Dr Oscar D’Agnone is a leading consultant psychiatrist. His team brings more than 30 years of experience in treating substance misuse problems for both alcohol and drug addictions, anxiety, depression, PTSD and ADHD to its patients. The OAD Clinic team is made up of consultants, nurses, pain experts, psychologists and counsellors, who together, can give patients the care needed to overcome addictions, manage mental health problems and to help patients dealing with complex pain. They use a multidisciplinary team approach, customising evidence-based treatments to support each individual’s unique capacity to thrive and live a fully functional lifestyle. The OAD Clinic is based just five minutes walk from Victoria station, offering convenience to people both based in London, and patients visiting from further afield. Until November 2018 Dr D’Agnone was an Honorary Professor of the Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences at the University of Manchester, member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and the International Society of Addiction Medicine. With over 35 years of experience as a consultant psychiatrist treating patients with mental health and addiction problems, Dr D’Agnone provides complex psycho-neuropharmacological interventions to manage or resolve challenging situations for his patients and their families suffering the consequences of mental health problems. Throughout his career he has held many managerial positions, leading large teams of doctors, nurses and psychologists through various treatment settings across Europe and America. As a result, he has obtained a rich clinical experience that has allowed him to develop and offer a problem-focused pragmatic approach to the variety of pharmacological and psychosocial interventions for his patients. Dr D’Agnone has taught in many European and American universities and institutions and published numerous medical papers and books on addictions and has published widely in the professional medical press. In addition, he often presents at noteable national and international scientific conferences and is the senior adviser for various governments and pharmaceuticals on policy strategy and the research and development of new drugs.
Dr Pawan Rajpal worked as an NHS Consultant Psychiatrist in the Complex Health Needs Service at St Martin’s Hospital in Bath. He also consults at The Priory Hospital in Bristol and 10 Harley Street London. Dr Rajpal specialises in assessing and providing recommendations for Asperger’s, ADHD, Autism and other syndromes. He has completed assessments and provided medical care to adults with Autism, Asperger’s and Learning Disabilities since 2005. In 2008, Dr Rajpal became the ‘Responsible Clinician’ for the Hayes unit, a 12-bed independent hospital operated by the National Autistic Society for adults with Asperger’s Syndrome who require a secure environment to lead a purposeful life.
Dr Moore is a perinatal psychiatrist with a special expertise around women’s health through pregnancy, infertility, PMS and PMDD and Menopause. She works with those with anxiety, stress, depression, trauma and psychosis. She has a special interest in supporting those affected by birth trauma. Dr Moore believes in providing kind, collaborative and holistic care and uses food, exercise, supplements, CBD and botanicals, therapy, social prescribing and medication as part of her treatment.
Dr Leanne Hayward is a UK-trained private consultant psychiatrist with over 20 years’ post-qualification experience, who specialises in General Adult, Perinatal and Workplace Mental Health. She is also trained in Adult ADHD diagnosis/treatment and is an Expert Witness for Family and Civil proceedings. Dr Hayward is a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. Dr Hayward’s mental health career includes experience in Adult, Older Adult, Forensic and Addiction Psychiatry. She has held NHS Consultant roles in Acute Hospital Liaison, Community Perinatal, Crisis and Home Treatment & Women’s Inpatient Services. Between 2016-2019 she set up the BNSSG Specialist Community Perinatal Mental Health Services and was appointed NHS-England South-West Clinical Lead for the Perinatal & Infant Mental Health Network. Dr Hayward is well placed to support patients aged 18+ who present with acute or long-term mental health conditions. Due to her specialist training in liaison and perinatal/women’s mental health, she can support those with co-morbid physical and mental health conditions including mental health difficulties during perimenopause. In her private practice, Dr Hayward takes a holistic, evidence-based approach to a patient’s wellbeing and recovery, considering all relevant biological, psychological and social factors, building a tailored treatment plan including appropriate medication and therapies, and (if required) providing referrals to trusted, highly-qualified therapists to support ongoing recovery. Dr Hayward provides private pre-pregnancy and perinatal assessments for those families who seek additional specialist input, and who may not meet the threshold for referral/access into Specialist Perinatal Mental Health Services. Perinatal services include assessments for fathers/partners. Dr Hayward also has a small medico-legal practice, providing reports for the Family and CiviI Court, and is experienced in undertaking Educational/Workplace Fitness to Study/Work Assessments. She also provides mental health training and support to corporate & community organisations.
Dr Nnatu has been a consultant psychiatrist with the NHS since 2006 and he is an honorary clinical senior lecturer at Imperial College London. He has been in private practice for several years and he was the medical director at Cygnet Hospital, Harrow-on-the-Hill (Bowden House clinic) for 7 years. He is a visiting consultant at the North London Priory, the Nightingale Hospital and on Harley Street. Dr Nnatu graduated from the College of Medicine, University of Lagos Nigeria in 1994 with the MB BS degree. He then completed his postgraduate psychiatric training in London with the Charing Cross and St Mary’s training scheme, and he was awarded the MRCPsych by examination in 2002. As a specialist registrar, he undertook training in cognitive behavioural therapy at the Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College London, leading to the award of a postgraduate diploma in CBT in 2006. In recognition of his contribution to psychiatry, he was elected to the Fellowship of the Royal College of Psychiatrists FRCPsych in 2013. He also holds an MSc degree in health care leadership from the NHS Leadership Academy. In 2019 and 2020, he was featured on the Powerlist as one of the 100 most influential black people in the UK.
Chi-Chi is a Consultant Psychiatrist in an NHS Adult ADHD service and in private practice, both in London. A graduate of University College Medical School, London, he has an International Health BSc from the University of London and an MBA from Imperial College. Chi-Chi commonly sees patient with Mood & Anxiety Disorders, Eating Disorders, trauma-related mental health problems, perinatal disorders and adult ADHD.
Born in North Wales and educated at Rydal School before studying Medicine at University College London. Completed House Officer posts in Medicine and Surgery at London and Glasgow teaching hospitals. Completed Senior House Officer training in Psychiatry on the Royal Free Hospital training scheme and gained membership of The Royal College of Psychiatrists. Completed Higher Specialist Training in Forensic Psychiatry and Psychotherapy at The Tavistock and Portman Clinics alongside a Kleinian full training analysis. Following his individual psychoanalytic psychotherapy training he then trained as a Group Analyst at The Institute of Group Analysis, London (IGA) and completed an MSc in Group Analysis at Birkbeck University for which he was awarded a distinction. Dr Az Hakeem worked as a Consultant Psychiatrist in General Psychiatry & Psychotherapy at Camden & Islington and in Forensic Psychotherapy at The Portman Clinic where he worked for 12 years until 2012. During 2012 he completed a one year sabbatical in Sydney, Australia. He remains a senior lecturer in Psychiatry at the University of New South Wales. In addition to his clinical work, Dr Az Hakeem has worked as a consultant to the media on a number of TV programmes both on and off screen. In 2011, in recognition of his contribution to Psychiatry Dr Az Hakeem was awarded Fellowship to The Royal College of Psychiatrists. In recognition of his contribution to Psychiatry and specialist Psychotherapy, The University of Bradford appointed Dr Az Hakeem as Visiting Professor of Psychiatry & Applied Psychotherapy in 2015. After over 15 years working in the NHS, Dr Hakeem now works exclusively in the private sector. He is a Staff Consultant at The Priory Hospital Roehampton.
Dr Kampers is an Integrative Consultant Psychiatrist with a special interest in Adult ADHD, Anxiety Spectrum Conditions, Bipolar Depression, PTSD and Old Age Psychiatry. He graduated from the University of Cape Town Medical School in South Africa in 1988. He was the Medical Director and Chief Physician of a busy GP practice in Canada prior to completing his Specialist Training. Since 2013 he has worked exclusively in the private sector. He is a Staff Consultant at the Priory Hospital, Roehampton and his private practice is on Harley Street.
Dr Slinn is a popular psychiatrist with more than twenty years’ experience. She qualified in medicine from St Bartholomew’s Hospital in London in 1991. She had experience in general medicine and general practice before training in psychiatry in the South West. She is a specialist in general adult and old age psychiatry. She has been a consultant since 2001 working in the NHS until 2012 and then in the independent sector. She has extensive experience of assessment, diagnosis and treatment of all common psychiatric conditions.
Dr Cremona has many years of experience with treating most psychiatric problems, including depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, panic attacks, phobias, OCD, and food issues. She also has specialist expertise in the fields of alcohol and liaison psychiatry, which is psychological problems occurring with physical health problems. She has a particular interest in stress in the workplace, and in women’s mental health issues, having been the founding Chairman of the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ Women in Psychiatry Special Interest Group. She takes a very detailed history at the first appointment, as she feels that listening carefully to the patient’s story is the key to treatment, together with choosing the most appropriate medication or therapy for the best care for each individual. She particularly enjoys working with patients on a shared decision-making model whenever possible, and with a multi-disciplinary approach. She has practised privately for many years both at the Nightingale Hospital London and in the city. Dr Anne Cremonahave has been a consultant psychiatrist since 1985, having trained at the Maudsley Hospital, Charing Cross Hospital, and St Thomas’s Hospital. She has been a Member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists since 1980 and was appointed as a Fellow in 1997. She has been a consultant psychiatrist in general adult psychiatry and alcohol misuse in East Berkshire, then at Hillingdon Hospital. From 1997 to 2006 she was a consultant psychiatrist at the South London and Maudsley Trust, based at St Thomas’s Hospital, in general, adult psychiatry and liaison psychiatry.
I am a general adult psychiatrist working in both the NHS and private sector in London. Over the years, I developed a broad range of clinical and research expertise working in Italy, UK and USA. I completed my medical education in Italy and my postgraduate qualification in General Adult Psychiatry in London. I have experience in the assessment and management of different types of Psychiatric disorders including Anxiety (e.g. panic Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), Mood Disorders (e.g. Depression and Bipolar Illness), ADHD, Psychosis (e.g. Schizophrenia), and Personality Disorders. I have always had a strong interest in the scientific research aimed at understanding the genetic and environmental factors causing mental illness. This brought me to work as postdoctoral visiting fellow at the prestigious National Institute of Health, USA. As a result of my work, I obtained a PhD and published multiple articles for international scientific journals. In London, I continued my research activity working as Clinical Lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College London. I worked in multiple psychiatric services within NHS including the Early Intervention Unit for Psychosis (South London and Maudsley NHS trust and South West London & St George’s Mental Health Trust), Home Treatment Team, Community Mental Health Team, and the Neuropsychiatric Department at St George’s Hospital (South West London & St George’s Mental Health Trust). Since 2013, I have been appointed as substantive Consultant Psychiatrist at South West London & St George’s Mental Health Trust. I do online consultation as well as face to face consultations in Central (Harley Street) and South (Elephant & Castle) London.
Dr Iosub is a patient-centred Consultant Addiction and General Adult Psychiatrist at Bristol Priory Hospital and is passionate about excellence in clinical practice. Dr Iosub specialises in treating patients with anxiety, mood, and psychotic spectrum difficulties as well as trauma (PTSD), addiction, and dual diagnoses. After completing his medical training in 2001, Dr Iosub acquired a breath of experience in research and evidence-based practice. He was awarded a summa cum laude PhD from Giessen University (Germany) in 2006. Following his PhD, he was recruited by Bristol University where he worked for three years as a Research Fellow in Neurophysiology as well as teaching medical students. Dr Iosub trained as a Psychiatrist in Bristol (2011-2017). He became a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists in 2014. He was awarded the Registrar of the Year award for Severn Deanery in his final year of training, for his outstanding clinical and leadership achievements. In 2016 he was one of only two UK psychiatrists to be offered a competitive bursary at the prestigious ECNP summer school of Neuropsychopharmacology in Oxford.
Dr Parsonage takes a holistic and recovery-focused approach in the assessment and treatment of adult mental health difficulties. Dr Parsonage offers an individually tailored treatment plan which combines the latest evidenced-based pharmacological treatments and psychological interventions. His aim is to help the people he sees to successfully achieve and maintain emotional stability and wellbeing. He has a special interest in mood disorders, including mood instability and bipolar affective disorder; difficulties related to sexuality, personality problems, trauma, anxiety disorders, and psychotic illnesses. He also assesses and treats Adult ADHD and ADD. Dr Parsonage provides medicolegal psychiatric reports as an expert witness relating to occupational matters, personal injury, early retirement, immigration matters, litigation, and employment tribunals. Dr Parsonage qualified from University College London Medical School and trained in the NHS. He has been a Consultant Psychiatrist since 2010, holding the position in the NHS of medical lead for Community Services in NW Surrey. He is dual-accredited in general adult and old-age psychiatry. Dr Parsonage sees self-funding patients and he is registered with all the major insurance companies. (BUPA, AXA, AVIVA, Cigna, Vitality, Healix, SimplyHealth, WPA).
Dr Guruswamy undertook her Post Graduate training in Psychiatry at University College Dublin and the Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, Dublin. She became a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists in 2008. Dr Guruswamy moved to the UK in 2012 from Ireland and took up a full-time Consultant role. She became a full-time Consultant Psychiatrist in the Independent Sector in 2014 and alongside her private practice, she was appointed Consultant in the Priory Hospital, Roehampton. She has published papers on Irish Mental Health Law and wrote her thesis on The Evolution of Irish Mental Health Policy. She has developed policies on Risk Management and Mental Health Liaison Systems with Primary Healthcare providers. She is additionally trained as a Dialectical Behaviour (DBT) Therapist and in Functional Medicine both of which reflect her integrative approach to treatment. Her interests also include Medicolegal aspects of psychiatric care as her Masters Degree is in Forensic and Legal Medicine.