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30 Arwright Road, London
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MA (Cantab) MB BS FRCPsych FAPA FBPsS CPsychol Hon. FCINP Emeritus Consultant and Honorary Research Professor Second Opinion Approved Doctor Long-st...

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Adult mental health assesment and treatment


30 Arwright Road, London

Medical Practice


First visit General Psychiatry


30 Arwright Road, London

Medical Practice


First visit Psychiatry


30 Arwright Road, London

Medical Practice


Home visit General Psychiatry


30 Arwright Road, London

Medical Practice


Subsequent visits General Psychiatry


30 Arwright Road, London

Medical Practice

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  • Question about Agoraphobia

    My daughter is 25 years old, she hasn't been able to go out of the house for 2 months, I have gone to mental health and they have said that they will not go to her, that the solution is call an ambulance and to go to the hospital. Could there be a psychiatrist or doctor that will come to the house and start to treat her before calling an ambulance?

    Such domiciliary help would be available in the private sector. The process is "desensitisation" which is achieved by slow degrees, literally a few steps at a time, e.g. leaving the house to the pathway going along the pathway to the gate going a few steps on the pavement, and building up. This may first be achieved with a friend or relative accompanying, before attempting it on her own. An intermediate step to going alone might be to remain in mobile telephonic contact. A psychologist would be a cheaper option to encourage such a procedure then a psychiatrist.

    Prof Malcolm Weller

    Prof. Malcolm Weller

  • Question about Personality disorders

    What is the difference between Bipolar and OCD?

    The 2 conditions can coexist but the diagnostic criteria are very different, cf ICD-10

    Prof. Malcolm Weller

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Experience

About me

MA (Cantab) MB BS FRCPsych FAPA FBPsS CPsychol Hon. FCINP Emeritus Consultant and Honorary Research Professor Second Opinion Approved Doctor Long-st...

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Treated diseases


Specializations

  • Neuropsychiatry