Mayfair Life – Drug-free depression treatment
Imagine a treatment for depression without antidepressants (and the side effects). Prestigious luxury lifestyle magazine Mayfair Life features The London Psychiatry Centre and rTMS treatment for depression.
Chronicle Live – Groundbreaking discovery in bipolar disorder treatment could change lives of millions forever
The London Psychiatry Centre unveils an exciting new discovery for the treatment of bipolar disorder using the concept of precision medicine.
The Mirror – Men’s anxiety: How to combat middle-aged pressures so they don’t reach crisis point
The mid-life crisis is a common cliche, but Dr Euba explains to the Mirror how pressure to perform in life is driving many men into mental health difficulties.
The Independent – National Stress Awareness Day: Is the fear of social failure making us more anxious than ever?
On social media sites we often display our level of success in life – editing the sad bits out. We’re keeping up with the Joneses on a global scale. Dr Rafael Euba explains to The Independent the psychological price tag.
The Huffington Post – The darker side of success
The concept of success. What is it? What effect does it have on our mental health? Consultant Psychiatrist, Dr Rafael Euba, asks – should there such a thing as ‘success’?
The Mail on Sunday – A new way to tackle depression, plus check your drink
Dr Rafael Euba explains how cutting-edge treatment, Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS), can help those living with treatment resistant clinical depression.
BALANCE – Managing depression in the workplace
Dr Rafael Euba talks to BALANCE about the pressure to do well at work and ‘succeed at life’ – and the significant toll it takes on our minds.
Red – Depression at work
Work pressure can make depression feel even more impossible. But What can you do if you’re not coping? The London Psychiatry Centre’s Consultant Psychiatrist, Dr Rafael Euba, explains.
The Independent – How Your Smartphone Is Ruining Your Life
Dr Rafael Euba, speaks to The Independent and explains that whilst the use of technology like smartphones can connect people digitally, in reality, it can lead to feelings of loneliness and isolation.
Metro – Medication Really Helps Me Manage My Anxiety – So Why Are We So Scared Of It As A Treatment?
In this article which looks at why people are hesitant to take medication for anxiety, Consultant Psychiatrist, Dr Balu Pitchiah clear up misconceptions about medication and explains how anti-anxiety drugs like benzodiazepines and SSRIs actually work.
The Sun Online – Ignoring Your Whatsapp Messages And Six Other Red Flag Signs Your Child Could Be Depressed (And What To Do About It)
Dr Su Sukumaran explains how negative talk, lack of self-esteem and withdrawal from social activities can be signs that your child is suffering with depression.
SheerLuxe – Everything You Need To Know About Postnatal Depression
Feeling low after birth is very common. Dr Rafael Euba talks to SheerLuxe about the causes and symptoms of postnatal depression, and what you can do to help a friend who you think may be suffering from postnatal depression.
The Independent – World Mental Health Day: Is It Possible To Self-Diagnose Depression?
For World Mental Health Day Dr Rafael Euba spoke with Olivia Petter at The Independent about how to know when it’s time to seek professional help for depression.
PopSugar – 4 Psychological Symptoms Of Depression
Depression manifests itself in many ways and the exact symptoms vary from person to person, but there are some psychological symptoms of depression that you should not ignore. Dr Rafael Euba explains…
Notebook (Sunday Mirror) – No More Stress Stigma
For International Stress Awareness Day Dr Euba speaks to the Sunday Mirror magazine, Notebook after research showed that 40% of disability worldwide is due to depression and anxiety. Dr Euba highlights how stress is a natural emotion that can tell you a lot about yourself…
Natural Health – Are You Lonely?
With more and more people feeling isolated and lonely than ever before, Dr Euba discusses with Natural Health magazine the worrying effects loneliness can have on mental health.
Liz Earle Magazine – Happy Hormones
This in-depth article in Liz Earle magazine features Consultant Psychiatrist Dr Andy Zamar who explains the connection between stress, hormones and mental health – and how we can manage it to feel our best.
ELLE Magazine – In Praise Of The Christmas Staycation
Consultant Psychiatrist, Dr Irina Panihhidina, speaks to ELLE magazine about the importance of looking after yourself at Christmas and how managing relationships with family members can have an emotional and mental impact on your health.
NetDoctor – The Link Between PTSD & Cancer
PTSD symptoms have been found in 80% of women after breast cancer diagnosis according to recent research. Dr Andy Zamar explains how PTSD can be triggered after the all clear from cancer.
Bella – SAD Or Depression: What’s The Difference?
In Bella’s feature which looks at whether you have SAD or depression, Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) is cited as a successful treatment for depression.
The Daily Mirror – How The Experts Stay Healthy At Christmas!
Dr Rafael Euba talks to The Daily Mirror about how he stays mentally healthy around the stressful Christmas period.
Square Meal – Success Is A State Of Mind
Anxiety disorders go largely untreated in the financial sector. But Dr Rafael Euba argues success always feels best if you have peace of mind.
Good Housekeeping – Find A Happy Zone
Anxiety is all too common. Research has shown that one in five women are frequently anxious. Good Housekeeping takes a look at therapies that help – including rTMS.
City A.M. – The number of sick days we take has plummeted – but the reason behind the ones we do take is worrying
Dr Euba talks to City A.M. about a particular type of anxiety, called “status anxiety”, which is more prevalent in the finance sector than any other field. It stems from a pressure to appear resilient and successful in front of colleagues.
Dad.info – Depression in men: More common than you think
Dr Rafael Euba states that men are more likely to take their own lives, and warns of the stigma surrounding men and depression. This article includes signs to look out for regarding depression in men.
Balance – New Treatment For Depression Hits The UK
Balance magazine takes a look at rTMS for the treatment of treatment-resistant depression.
Get the Gloss – GTG approved expert
Dr Rafael Euba is featured as a Get the Gloss approved expert in wellbeing.
City A.M. – Important jobs, big bonuses and beating your colleagues: City workers are suffering from “status anxiety” but won’t talk about it
People working in the City are suffering from increasing levels of anxiety because of a pressure to appear successful and mentally resilient. Dr Euba talks about the prevalence of status anxiety.
Mail On Sunday – The drug-free way to fight depression: New hope to the one in five people threatened by the illness
From magnetic helmets to vegetables and oily fish, Dr Euba discusses how alternatives to antidepressants – like rTMS – give new hope to the one in five of us threatened by the illness.
Balance – Managing Depression In The Workplace
Dr Rafael Euba discusses managing depression in the workplace and how it may be time to re-address some life choices, or seek treatment from a professional.
Daily Mail – Can holding a magnet against your head help defeat depression?
All about the groundbreaking treatment for depression, rTMS, with a case study from a patient of The London Psychiatry Centre.
PR Newswire – New treatment for depression achieves groundbreaking results
The London Psychiatry Centre announces that it is the first clinic in the UK to offer repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) as a drug-free treatment for depression and reveals outstanding patient results.
Fox News – Research renaissance offers new ways out of depression
What happens when research and development on medication for depression is abandoned due to lack of profit? Dr Rafael Euba talks about the turn towards drug-free treatment with the breakthrough of rTMS.
The Telegraph – Magnetic pulses can help stroke patients regain speech
The Telegraph looks at the promising results of rTMS for treatment-resistant depression.
The Telegraph – Video: Magnetic pulses provide new treatment for depression
The Telegraph explores how rTMS works at The London Psychiatry Centre.