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rTMS For depression: Busting The Myths

If you or a loved one suffers with depression and you are hunting for answers, you may have heard of repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS). Many people compare rTMS to Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT), but in reality, these two treatments are very different...

Everything You Need To Know About Dementia

1 in 6 people past the age of 80 are living with dementia. In 2017 alone, 225,000 people will develop dementia. The condition affects 825,000 people in the UK and numbers grow year on year, setting to surpass 1 million by 2025.1 However, contrary to what many people think, dementia is not a ‘natural part of growing old’. If you are concerned about memory issues or other symptoms in yourself or a loved one, it is crucial to seek help sooner rather than later...

9 Signs Your Child May Be Experiencing Back to School Anxiety

9 Signs Your Child May Be Experiencing Back to School Anxiety

It’s that time of year again – back to school. As a parent, let’s face it, as much as you love your children, you’re probably somewhat relieved. Trying to find endless activities or day-care to occupy smaller kids, or trying to encourage older ones to do just a little bit of summer study, can be exhausting and stressful. But how is your child feeling about it? Anxiety in children can have a lasting effect on their mental health. Here, we highlight 9 signs your child may be experiencing back to school anxiety...

What Our Patients Say…

Here at The London Psychiatry Centre we pride ourselves on our exceptional standard of care and commitment to our patients. Patient feedback is a vitally important tool for healthcare providers – particularly mental health clinics – because it enables them to improve standards of care...

Food and Mood: Beat Depression

Good news. A new research project out of Australia has helped to substantiate what we at The London Psychiatry Centre have been saying for a long time – good eating habits could help your mental health. Ground-breaking Research The SMILES Trial was a randomised, controlled project using 67 people....