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Beat Depression With rTMS

“The London Psychiatry Centre pioneered repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) in the UK, and provided The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
with guidance for this treatment.”
- Care Quality Commission (CQC) 2017


Our founder and medical director, Dr Andy Zamar, and Dr Abbi Lulsegged, Consultant Physician in endocrinology, have been invited to speak at the prestigious 21st WPA World Congress of Psychiatry (18-21st October 2021). They will be discussing bipolar disorder treatment using thyroid hormones and rTMS. View the conference programme here.
They will also be joined by Dr Theodoros Koutsomitros who will be leading a talk on “Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS): a new era of mental health therapies”.


You’re not a label, or a number. That’s why effective mental health treatment should always be tailored to you. Based on Harley Street, The London Psychiatry Centre is a full-service, first-class clinic offering bespoke treatment plans to get you back on track.
We are home to the UK’s finest private psychiatrists, psychotherapists, and even nutrition experts.
Leaders in our field, we were instrumental in NICE’s approval of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) in the UK. We were the first clinic in the country to offer this cutting-edge treatment from 2012, and were the only clinic operating an rTMS service until 2016. We are proud to enjoy very high remission rates substantially above the published norms for resistant cases in particular.
You don’t have to ‘soldier on’. Whatever you’re struggling with – be it depression, bipolar disorder, ADHD, addiction or trauma – we offer world class care without the wait.


The London Psychiatry Centre has announced a groundbreaking discovery in the treatment of bipolar disorder. We are the first in the world to successfully apply the ‘precision medicine’ approach in psychiatry. Using a combination of rTMS and targeted genetic testing for thyroid activating enzymes, we can provide effective treatment of patients with type 2 or subthreshold bipolar disorder (who experience rapid cycling) with minimal or no side effects.

CQC: Overall Inspection Summary Notes


“Feedback from patients was very positive about the service, with some patients describing life changing treatments, following years of unsuccessful treatments elsewhere.”
“Staff provided innovative treatments to patients who could not easily access these elsewhere. They published papers in medical journals, and contributed to innovations in mental health provision in the UK.”
“Patients received a range of treatments which were not available in other settings, including repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation, and external trigeminal nerve stimulation. Patients spoke highly of the impact of these treatments following unsuccessful previous treatments with medicines.”
The London Psychiatry Centre is regulated and approved by the Care Quality Commission.
Regulated by CQC


At The London Psychiatry Centre, 59% of women and 62% of men who have been treated for Treatment-Resistant Depression (TRD) with rTMS have recovered.

rTMS treatment recovery rates

The above chart shows results for a sample of 252 patients from an audit conducted in July 2020.
The London Psychiatry Centre is regulated and approved by the Care Quality Commission.
The London Psychiatry Centre is the only private clinic in the UK that has audited and published rTMS treatment results. Treatment results are for 252 patients – the most patients treated with rTMS by any clinic in the UK. Of 44 centres in the US and Australia that have published rTMS treatment results for treatment-resistant depression, the remission rate is 29%. The remission rate for H-coil dTMS used by certain UK centres is 31%. Northampton NHS Trust reported a 20.8% remission rate using the same questionnaire as The London Psychiatry Centre (BDI-II). For The London Psychiatry Centre, our remission rate is 61%.


Many people (both children and adults) suffer from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, which is a difficulty in regulating attention (either under or over focus), troublesome hyperactivity and impulsivity or a combination of all these symptoms. Our experts can diagnose ADHD and help with management of its symptoms.


People with Bipolar Disorder experience alternating periods of mania and depression. They can swing from extreme highs to extreme lows, sometimes very quickly. This can often feel confusing or even frightening for the sufferer and their loved ones. We can help you take the right steps to move forward in improving your quality of life.


Trauma is a result from undergoing an extremely painful or challenging life experience. We are able to provide expert Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR), a recommended first line treatment for trauma victims. EMDR gives significant results after a few sessions.



Anxiety disorder can feel like a terrifying condition that compromises a person’s quality of life. You may have sudden episodes or long-term anxiety that infringes on your stability and peace of mind. We can get you back on track to help you feel comfortable and stable as soon as possible.

Children & Young People

It’s not uncommon for children and young people to experience emotional and behavioural problems which affect their daily lives. These are often a response to difficulties in the family or school, or a stressful event, such as bereavement, bullying, or parental separation. We can help with 1-to-1 sessions, family work, liaison with other professionals and medication.


Addiction can leave you feeling isolated, unable to control your desires 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.


How To Use Self Care To Improve Your Mental Health – It’s Not All Blow-Dries & Spa Days

How To Use Self Care To Improve Your Mental Health – It’s Not All Blow-Dries & Spa Days

The words ‘self care’ are bandied around a lot these days, so much so that it has become one of the latest buzzwords in the media. However, while much of the coverage surrounding self care links to bubble baths, blow-dries and spa days – activities that may bring physical and mental relaxation in the short term – there is much to be said for exercises that target mental health with the aim of improving wellbeing in the long term. Learn how you can engage in self care to really benefit your mental wellbeing.


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