The London Psychiatry Centre has a significantly high success rate with rTMS treatment for depression. See how our results compare with other clinics. more...
You can now benefit from our innovative, world renowned treatment services from the privacy of a five-star accommodation. We offer 24/7 consultant-led care for patients seeking treatment for a range of issues, including substance abuse and depression. As always, this service is completely confidential and tailored to your individual needs. more...
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The London Psychiatry Centre is a leading private psychiatric care clinic on Harley Street. We provide innovative cutting-edge treatments for various mental health problems like depression, bipolar disorder, ADHD and trauma.
Mood disorder can be bipolar and non bipolar. There are 25 types of depression recognized today. Some will improve with antidepressants and CBT whilst others will deteriorate. Our experts will identify which form of depression you suffer from and plan with you an effective bespoke programme which should ensure your recovery.
From children to adults, many people suffer from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, which is essentially a difficulty in regulating attention (either under or over focus), troublesome hyperactivity and impulsivity or a combination of all these symptoms. We have experts who can correctly diagnose ADHD and help with management of its symptoms.
There is now a solution for those who suffer with depression but who find traditional psychotherapy or antidepressant medications either undesirable or ineffective. The London Psychiatry Centre is the first and only British clinic to provide patients with rTMS – a cutting-edge treatment that works with your body’s natural processes.
Trauma symptoms present in a typical way which can disrupt lives, families and shatter livelihoods. Trauma may present as PTSD in life threatening trauma or as what is known as adjustment disorders in non- life threatening trauma. The London Psychiatry Centre offers the most up to date treatment for trauma using the latest techniques.
Alcohol is a psychologically and physically addictive drug, and it is not difficult to become dependent on it. You may be left feeling isolated, unable to control your desire to drink, while at the same time building your tolerance to its effects. The London Psychiatry Centre can help you take charge of this addiction to live a happier, healthier life.
Living with the widespread pain, fatigue and other symptoms of fibromyalgia can leave you feeling at your wits end. Unfortunately, many patients suffer for years without being diagnosed properly, or receiving adequate treatment. Luckily, The London Psychiatry Centre is able to offer state of the art treatment by way of rTMS.
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS)
Many children and young people experience emotional and behavioural difficulties, but may not be able access their local CAMHS services. Our experienced team of psychiatrists, psychologists and specialist nurse
can offer assessment and treatment.
We offer cognitive (psychometric) assessments
to support education provision, and diagnostic assessment packages for Autism Spectrum and ADHD
We screen all referrals to decide who would be the most appropriate person to see the young person and their carer/family. Early intervention can be key, and we therefore try to offer the earliest available appointment with one of our team. We work holistically, liaising when appropriate with GPs, Peadiatricians, schools, and other professionals.
Featured in the Daily Mail
The London Psychiatry Centre and the ground-breaking depression treatment, repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS), have recently featured in The Daily Mail
Former GP Sue Mildred suffered from depression and anxiety for 20 years and was no longer able to work. However, after receiving rTMS treatment at The London Psychiatry Centre, her mood has improved and she is able to return to her job.
"There’s no comparison with what I was like before," explains Sue. ‘I was very, very scared of doing anything because I always felt like it would go wrong. I had lots of hopeless feelings, and although I never planned it, I had thoughts about suicide. I never, ever thought I’d go back to work. I had tried many times, but would get ill again before I could sort everything out. I think it’s pretty miraculous that this has happened."