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Portes de l'Eure Clinic

PSYCHOSOCIAL REHABILITATION AND GERONTOPSYCHIATRY
 
Clinique des Portes de l’Eure welcomed its first patients in October 2015.
 
Located in Vernon, in the Eure region, this psychiatric and gerontopsychiatric care establishment specializes in multidisciplinary care for people with mental illness at all three stages of life (adolescents, young adults, people of advanced age).
 
The clinic offers a complete and innovative medical offer based on psychiatric care and psychosocial rehabilitation. This approach combines rehabilitation and reintegration for sustainable well-being with an objective of commitment or re-engagement in a life project.
 
Clinique des Portes de l’Eure is part of the dynamic of the care offer in the Normandy region and neighbouring regions by cultivating values ​​of innovation, medical excellence and quality of care along the way. care and life of the people received.
 
The clinic is located in the eco Fieschi district of Vernon, near the city centre, and benefits from an excellent level of hotel comfort. The gardens and terraces offer a tranquil and green setting conducive to the recovery of patients.

Spécialités

TO PROPOSE REHABILITATION AND INTEGRATION CARE FOR PEOPLE SUFFERING FROM MENTAL ILLNESS

For young adults and adults during an episode of pathological decompensation,

for the elderly person, at the time of a psychological suffering linked to one or more pathologies of ageing.

Support for these populations, based on psychosocial rehabilitation methods offered to the youngest, or specific gerontopsychiatric care for the oldest, involves comparable methods and the same tools for a common objective of reintegration and return home as much as possible.

Day Hospital

The Rehabilitation Centre (CDR), has a capacity of 20 places, and is located within the Clinique des Portes de l’Eure.

It is a therapeutic and preventive psychiatric day centre offering, over half or full days, various psychosocial interventions aimed at accompanying patients towards a lasting recovery.
 

Psychosocial rehabilitation is a global approach that takes into consideration not only the treatment of the suffering of the people taken in, but above all the impact of their pathology on their social life, with the aim of achieving the most satisfactory social inclusion possible, allowing their lasting recovery.
 

This care service is aimed at patients with a disabling psychiatric pathology that isolates them socially and who wish to improve their social condition in the long term.
 

In practice, these are mainly psychotic disorders, autism spectrum disorders such as Asperger’s, chronic mood disorders and disabling anxiety disorders.
 

However, these diagnostic indications are not exclusive.
 

Our project is primarily aimed at young people (aged 15 to 25) with a view to preventing lasting social isolation and recurrent hospitalisation, particularly after a first psychotic episode, but also during the prodromal phase (as soon as this is identified and referred early enough).
 

It is a therapeutic and preventive psychiatric day centre offering, over half or full days, various psychosocial interventions aimed at accompanying patients towards a lasting recovery.
 

Psychosocial rehabilitation is a global approach that takes into consideration not only the treatment of the suffering of the people taken in, but above all the impact of their pathology on their social life, with the aim of achieving the most satisfactory social inclusion possible, allowing their lasting recovery.
 

This care service is aimed at patients with a disabling psychiatric pathology that isolates them socially and who wish to improve their social condition in the long term.
 

In practice, these are mainly psychotic disorders, autism spectrum disorders such as Asperger’s, chronic mood disorders and disabling anxiety disorders.
 

However, these diagnostic indications are not exclusive.
 

Our project is primarily aimed at young people (aged 15 to 25) with a view to preventing lasting social isolation and recurrent hospitalisation, particularly after a first psychotic episode, but also during the prodromal phase (as soon as this is identified and referred early enough).

Full-time hospitalization

Admission is organised after study of the application file previously completed by the referring doctor who practices in the town or in a health establishment.

The Clinique des Portes de l’Eure is an approved establishment approved by Social Security.

Before any admission, the patient or his family can contact the reception desk on 02 32 71 63 00, to evaluate the administrative procedures and estimate the possible remaining costs.

The admissions team is present from Monday to Friday and will be able to assist the patient or his/her family in all administrative procedures.

All requests are studied by the entire medical team as well as a member of the team of psychologists and the course coordinator.

Rehabilitation Center

Referral to the Rehabilitation Center (CDR) is done at the request of the patient himself, most of the time at the suggestion of an outside professional (city doctor, liberal psychiatrist, psychologist, social worker, etc.).

 

It can also be done by orientation of families and/or associations (UNAFAM, medico-social associations, etc.).

 

In all cases, the request for admission implies that a doctor of the patient’s choice, fills in the medical part of the administrative documents.

 

The practitioner will then be considered as the main medical correspondent.

 

 

The minimum admission conditions to the CDR are:


  • Age (minimum 15 years and 3 months and maximum 60 years);



  • A stable clinical state, that is to say distant from any manifestation of crisis (anxiety attack, suicidal crisis, delusional crisis, etc.);



  • The patient must be able to formulate his request for care.




admissions

Admissions take place from Monday to Friday.

For doctors

 

You can contact the clinic on 02 32 71 63 00 from Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and on Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

 

 

For patients and their loved ones

 

You can contact the reception on 02 32 71 63 00

 

 

Documents to provide for any hospitalization:

 


  • identity document (identity card, passport or residence permit);

  • Vitale card and address of the referring centre;

  • medical documents and treatments in progress.


The clinic is authorized to receive minors over 15 years and 3 months old,

their admission cannot be made without the authorization of the holders of parental authority or the tutor.

 

The minor’s admission file must include the name of the person exercising parental authority and custody rights.

Medical teams

Clinique des Portes de l’Eure has the following teams:


  • 4 psychiatrists and recruitments in progress;

  • 1 general practitioner tobacco specialist;

  • 1 pharmacist managing a PUI;

  • 86 staff members (administrative, hotel, logistics, nurses, nursing assistants).




Practical informations

Portes de l’Eure Clinic

1 Rue Bonaparte, ZAC Fieschi – 27200 Vernon

 

 

Reception on-site and via the switchboard, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Outside of these hours, your call will be referred to clinic staff.

 

All requests for hospitalization must be made by a doctor (general practitioner, psychiatrist, other specialists) by telephone to the clinic during reception opening hours.

 

 

SNCF ACCESS

 

Vernon-Giverny station located 10 minutes walk from the clinic.

 

BUS

 

line 1 and line 3 – Fieschi stop

Medical team

Doctor ZOHA Mo

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function
Consultant Psychiatrist, General Psychiatry
Course

I have worked as a NHS General Adult Consultant Psychiatrist in the Borough of Kensington and Chelsea since 2002. I am also an Honorary Senior Lecturer in Psychological Medicine at Imperial College, London. I have extensive experience in assessing and managing all major mental illnesses, including depression (mild to severe), all anxiety disordersbipolar disorderADHDpsychosisdrug and alcohol misuse and dual diagnosis (co-existing drug/alcohol misuse and mental disorder).

Publications

I am interested in Clinical Effectiveness – that is ensuring health care treatments provided are maximally effective, by being based on the most up-to-date evidence available. I lead on this in my NHS practice. I am also involved at a London and National level in helping to develop clinically effective mental health services.

Languages
Anglais
Consultant Psychiatrist, General Psychiatry

I have worked as a NHS General Adult Consultant Psychiatrist in the Borough of Kensington and Chelsea since 2002. I am also an Honorary Senior Lecturer in Psychological Medicine at Imperial College, London. I have extensive experience in assessing and managing all major mental illnesses, including depression (mild to severe), all anxiety disordersbipolar disorderADHDpsychosisdrug and alcohol misuse and dual diagnosis (co-existing drug/alcohol misuse and mental disorder).

I am interested in Clinical Effectiveness – that is ensuring health care treatments provided are maximally effective, by being based on the most up-to-date evidence available. I lead on this in my NHS practice. I am also involved at a London and National level in helping to develop clinically effective mental health services.

Anglais

Doctor VOHWINKLE Denise

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist

Course

Originally German, I studied medicine and Psychiatry in France and worked as Child and Adolescent Psychiatry consultant in a French hospital for 20 years. I directed a day care centre for autistic children and attachment disorder there, and was in charge of a generic CAMHS team and a paediatric liaison team. I was also trained in interpersonal psychotherapy, systemic family therapy and hypnotherapy in France.

 

Since 2015, I moved to the UK where I have been sharing my working time between various NHS teams (neurodevelopmental, eating disorder and adolescent crisis teams) and private practice.

Publications

More to come

Languages
Anglais
Français
Allemand

Consultant Psychiatrist

Originally German, I studied medicine and Psychiatry in France and worked as Child and Adolescent Psychiatry consultant in a French hospital for 20 years. I directed a day care centre for autistic children and attachment disorder there, and was in charge of a generic CAMHS team and a paediatric liaison team. I was also trained in interpersonal psychotherapy, systemic family therapy and hypnotherapy in France.

 

Since 2015, I moved to the UK where I have been sharing my working time between various NHS teams (neurodevelopmental, eating disorder and adolescent crisis teams) and private practice.

More to come

Anglais
Français
Allemand

Doctor TURNBULL Gordon

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function
Consultant Psychiatrist, Lead Trauma Consultant
Course

I graduated from Edinburgh University in 1973, and entered psychiatry at the Neuropsychiatric Centre, Royal AirForce Hospital Wroughton in Wiltshire in 1980. My previous post-graduate experience had been in General Medicine, Expedition Medicine and Neurology. I was appointed Consultant in 1986 and my focus turned to psychological trauma after the Lockerbie Air Disaster in 1988 and active service in the Gulf War of 1991 as RAF psychiatric adviser in the field, first-ever debriefings of British prisoners-of-war and released British hostages from the Lebanon. My team developed new treatment strategies for trauma in the RAF and post-RAF I concentrated on trauma services for civilians, police officers, emergency service personnel and military veterans.

 

In 1992 I received the RAF Aviation Medicine prize and in 1993 received the “People of the Year“ Award from the Royal Association for Disability and Rehabilitation in recognition of my work in the field of psychotrauma.

 

Currently, I am Lead Consultant in Psychological Trauma at Nightingale Hospital London, and have another outpatient clinic in Wiltshire and visiting Professor to the University of Chester’s MSc in Psychological Trauma.

Publications

More to come

Languages
Anglais
Consultant Psychiatrist, Lead Trauma Consultant

I graduated from Edinburgh University in 1973, and entered psychiatry at the Neuropsychiatric Centre, Royal AirForce Hospital Wroughton in Wiltshire in 1980. My previous post-graduate experience had been in General Medicine, Expedition Medicine and Neurology. I was appointed Consultant in 1986 and my focus turned to psychological trauma after the Lockerbie Air Disaster in 1988 and active service in the Gulf War of 1991 as RAF psychiatric adviser in the field, first-ever debriefings of British prisoners-of-war and released British hostages from the Lebanon. My team developed new treatment strategies for trauma in the RAF and post-RAF I concentrated on trauma services for civilians, police officers, emergency service personnel and military veterans.

 

In 1992 I received the RAF Aviation Medicine prize and in 1993 received the “People of the Year“ Award from the Royal Association for Disability and Rehabilitation in recognition of my work in the field of psychotrauma.

 

Currently, I am Lead Consultant in Psychological Trauma at Nightingale Hospital London, and have another outpatient clinic in Wiltshire and visiting Professor to the University of Chester’s MSc in Psychological Trauma.

More to come

Anglais

Doctor TAUB Pierre

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist

Course

I am a consultant general adult psychiatrist with 29 years’ experience in psychiatry and medicine. I was a GP prior to training in psychiatry. Since 2002 I have been employed by East London NHS Trust and am based at Homerton University Hospital. I worked with the street homeless for 10 years as a psychiatrist, providing care to rough sleepers. I have specialist experience in treating all the major mental disorders. I have lectured on pharmacology and sleep disorders at Barts and The London Medical School. I have held senior leadership positions within the NHS, BMA and The Royal College of Psychiatrists. I am a qualified coach and mentor and was the Specialist Advisor for Mentoring at the Royal College of Psychiatrist. I am currently sitting on Council of The Royal College of Psychiatrists. I am an Associate Medical Director in the NHS, and involved in the re-validation of doctors at East London NHS Trust. From 2013 to 2019 I was the Training Programme Director for Barts and the Royal London Psychiatry Training Scheme with responsibility for the training of junior psychiatrists.

Publications
  • ‘StartWell: A guide for new consultants’ Royal College of Psychiatrists Publication
  •  

  • ‘StartWell: A guide for new speciality and associate specialist doctors’ Royal College of Psychiatrists Publication
Languages
Anglais
Français

Consultant Psychiatrist

I am a consultant general adult psychiatrist with 29 years’ experience in psychiatry and medicine. I was a GP prior to training in psychiatry. Since 2002 I have been employed by East London NHS Trust and am based at Homerton University Hospital. I worked with the street homeless for 10 years as a psychiatrist, providing care to rough sleepers. I have specialist experience in treating all the major mental disorders. I have lectured on pharmacology and sleep disorders at Barts and The London Medical School. I have held senior leadership positions within the NHS, BMA and The Royal College of Psychiatrists. I am a qualified coach and mentor and was the Specialist Advisor for Mentoring at the Royal College of Psychiatrist. I am currently sitting on Council of The Royal College of Psychiatrists. I am an Associate Medical Director in the NHS, and involved in the re-validation of doctors at East London NHS Trust. From 2013 to 2019 I was the Training Programme Director for Barts and the Royal London Psychiatry Training Scheme with responsibility for the training of junior psychiatrists.

  • ‘StartWell: A guide for new consultants’ Royal College of Psychiatrists Publication
  •  

  • ‘StartWell: A guide for new speciality and associate specialist doctors’ Royal College of Psychiatrists Publication

Anglais
Français

Doctor SWAMI Anshul

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale - Addictologie

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist , GMC ratified Addictions, Substance and Alcohol Misuse Specialist , Psychiatrist in Adult Mental Health

Course

Consultant Psychiatrist and GMC ratified Specialist in Addiction Sciences

 

Nightingale Hospital   2017 to present

 

Addictions Consultant Psychiatrist, Camden & Islington NHS Trust   2010-2017

 

Psychiatry Specialist Registrar SpR, South London & Maudsley NHS Trust  2007-2010

 

Forensic Medical Examiner, Thames Valley Police 2007-2010

 

Psychiatry Senior House Officer, South London & Maudsley NHS Trust   2003-2007

Publications
  • Bearn, J., Swami, A., Stewart, D., Atnas, C., Giotto, L., Gossop, M. Auricular acupuncture as an adjunct to opiate detoxification treatment: effects on withdrawal symptoms. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, (2009). Apr;36(3):345-9. Epub 2008 Nov 12.
  •  

  • MSc Research Dissertation. A Comparison of Nicotine Intake and Tobacco Dependence in Psychiatric Patients and the General Population of Smokers, 2008. Institute of Psychiatry – King’s College, London.
Languages
Anglais

Consultant Psychiatrist , GMC ratified Addictions, Substance and Alcohol Misuse Specialist , Psychiatrist in Adult Mental Health

Consultant Psychiatrist and GMC ratified Specialist in Addiction Sciences

 

Nightingale Hospital   2017 to present

 

Addictions Consultant Psychiatrist, Camden & Islington NHS Trust   2010-2017

 

Psychiatry Specialist Registrar SpR, South London & Maudsley NHS Trust  2007-2010

 

Forensic Medical Examiner, Thames Valley Police 2007-2010

 

Psychiatry Senior House Officer, South London & Maudsley NHS Trust   2003-2007

  • Bearn, J., Swami, A., Stewart, D., Atnas, C., Giotto, L., Gossop, M. Auricular acupuncture as an adjunct to opiate detoxification treatment: effects on withdrawal symptoms. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, (2009). Apr;36(3):345-9. Epub 2008 Nov 12.
  •  

  • MSc Research Dissertation. A Comparison of Nicotine Intake and Tobacco Dependence in Psychiatric Patients and the General Population of Smokers, 2008. Institute of Psychiatry – King’s College, London.

Anglais

Doctor RICHARDS Lorna

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist

Course

I graduated in Medicine in 1995 and went on to train in General Psychiatry at UCH/Royal Free Hospitals and the South London and Maudsley Hospitals gaining a wealth of experience.

I have worked in London as a Consultant Psychiatrist since 2003. I spent 14 years at Barnet Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust in one of the four Eating Disorders Services in London. I led the development of the community service for 10 years and acted as Clinical Lead for the latter 2 years.

 

I have been developing my private practice since 2017 seeing patients at the Nightingale Hospital and the Priory Hospital.

 

I have been a Clinical Supervisor for higher trainees and I’m a recognised teacher at Royal Free and University College London. I have delivered lectures and talks to a variety of audiences and have also presented at international conferences.

 

I have been involved with the development of national guidelines, policy, professional standards and training in my roles as executive committee member for the Section of Eating Disorders (now Faculty) and the London Division, both part of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. I was a member of the Clinical Reference Group for NHS England and wrote the Guideline for Commissioners of Eating Disorders Services published by the Joint Commissioning Panel for Mental Health.

 

Publications

I am involved with academic research in the field of eating disorders.

 

Links to clinical articles/research papers: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Lorna_Richards2

Languages
Anglais

Consultant Psychiatrist

I graduated in Medicine in 1995 and went on to train in General Psychiatry at UCH/Royal Free Hospitals and the South London and Maudsley Hospitals gaining a wealth of experience.

I have worked in London as a Consultant Psychiatrist since 2003. I spent 14 years at Barnet Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust in one of the four Eating Disorders Services in London. I led the development of the community service for 10 years and acted as Clinical Lead for the latter 2 years.

 

I have been developing my private practice since 2017 seeing patients at the Nightingale Hospital and the Priory Hospital.

 

I have been a Clinical Supervisor for higher trainees and I’m a recognised teacher at Royal Free and University College London. I have delivered lectures and talks to a variety of audiences and have also presented at international conferences.

 

I have been involved with the development of national guidelines, policy, professional standards and training in my roles as executive committee member for the Section of Eating Disorders (now Faculty) and the London Division, both part of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. I was a member of the Clinical Reference Group for NHS England and wrote the Guideline for Commissioners of Eating Disorders Services published by the Joint Commissioning Panel for Mental Health.

 

I am involved with academic research in the field of eating disorders.

 

Links to clinical articles/research papers: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Lorna_Richards2

Anglais

Doctor RESEK George

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function
Consultant Psychiatrist , General Psychiatry
Course

I have been a consultant psychiatrist in private practice in central London for 31 years. I treat a wide range of adult psychiatric disorders in my practice which combines a psychotherapeutic approach with medications where necessary. I have been admitting inpatient care to the Nightingale Hospital since it first opened in 1987. I also visit the London Clinic, Wellington and Cromwell Hospitals regularly for liaison treatment of neurological, surgical and medical patients. I refer to psychotherapists when further specialised therapies are indicated. I am a member of the advisory committees of the Centre For Reproductive & Genetic Health and the Nightingale Hospital.

 

I received my earlier training in psychiatry at the University of Edinburgh, the Medical Research Council and University College Hospital London.

Publications

More to come

Languages
Anglais
Français
Arabe
Consultant Psychiatrist , General Psychiatry

I have been a consultant psychiatrist in private practice in central London for 31 years. I treat a wide range of adult psychiatric disorders in my practice which combines a psychotherapeutic approach with medications where necessary. I have been admitting inpatient care to the Nightingale Hospital since it first opened in 1987. I also visit the London Clinic, Wellington and Cromwell Hospitals regularly for liaison treatment of neurological, surgical and medical patients. I refer to psychotherapists when further specialised therapies are indicated. I am a member of the advisory committees of the Centre For Reproductive & Genetic Health and the Nightingale Hospital.

 

I received my earlier training in psychiatry at the University of Edinburgh, the Medical Research Council and University College Hospital London.

More to come

Anglais
Français
Arabe

Doctor PUNUKOLLU Bhaskar

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function
Consultant Psychiatrist, MBBS, Dip Mgt, MRCPsych
Course

Dr Punukollu has worked as a Consultant Psychiatrist since 2009 in the private sector at Nightingale Hospital and Sloane Medical Practice in Chelsea. He sees large numbers of patients with a range of disorders encompassing both General Adult and Addictions Psychiatry.

 

Dr Punukollu also works in the NHS where he is Lead Consultant Psychiatrist for Camden and Islington NHS Substance Misuse Services, UCL Lecturer, and Programme Director for the UCLP postgraduate psychiatry Training Scheme.

 

Prior to being a Consultant Psychiatrist Dr Punukollu developed expertise by working in busy Central London psychiatry training posts over 7 years (based mainly at Chelsea and Westminster and Charing Cross Hospitals). During his training he was awarded a competitive grant to undertake a fellowship at the UCLA Resnick Neuropsychiatric Institute in the USA where he gained experience in addiction psychiatry research.

 

Dr Punukollu has experience in psychotherapy in the form of CBT, psychoanalysis and EMDR. He brings elements of these into his sessions with patients. He has expertise in psychopharmacology and regularly attends workshops in the UK and USA in order to keep his knowledge and skills at the forefront.

Publications
  • Completed fellowship at University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) addiction program
  •  

  • Publications: Revision Guide for MRCPsych Paper A, Chapter in Novel Psychoactive Substances 2017, Chapter in Clinical Topics in Cultural Psychiatry 2014, numerous articles in peer reviewed journals. Quoted in Huffington Post, Daily Telegraph and Sun newspaper articles amongst others.
Languages
Anglais
Consultant Psychiatrist, MBBS, Dip Mgt, MRCPsych

Dr Punukollu has worked as a Consultant Psychiatrist since 2009 in the private sector at Nightingale Hospital and Sloane Medical Practice in Chelsea. He sees large numbers of patients with a range of disorders encompassing both General Adult and Addictions Psychiatry.

 

Dr Punukollu also works in the NHS where he is Lead Consultant Psychiatrist for Camden and Islington NHS Substance Misuse Services, UCL Lecturer, and Programme Director for the UCLP postgraduate psychiatry Training Scheme.

 

Prior to being a Consultant Psychiatrist Dr Punukollu developed expertise by working in busy Central London psychiatry training posts over 7 years (based mainly at Chelsea and Westminster and Charing Cross Hospitals). During his training he was awarded a competitive grant to undertake a fellowship at the UCLA Resnick Neuropsychiatric Institute in the USA where he gained experience in addiction psychiatry research.

 

Dr Punukollu has experience in psychotherapy in the form of CBT, psychoanalysis and EMDR. He brings elements of these into his sessions with patients. He has expertise in psychopharmacology and regularly attends workshops in the UK and USA in order to keep his knowledge and skills at the forefront.

  • Completed fellowship at University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) addiction program
  •  

  • Publications: Revision Guide for MRCPsych Paper A, Chapter in Novel Psychoactive Substances 2017, Chapter in Clinical Topics in Cultural Psychiatry 2014, numerous articles in peer reviewed journals. Quoted in Huffington Post, Daily Telegraph and Sun newspaper articles amongst others.

Anglais

Doctor POWELL Robin

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function
Consultant Psychiatrist , Older Adult Psychiatrist
Course

Since training at The Royal Free and Maudsley Hospitals, I have worked as an NHS consultant since 1994 covering an inner London catchment and helping to provide a wide range of services for older adults across the gamut of emotional disorders. I have established a successful private practice in general adult and older adult psychiatry with my opinion being sought by colleagues for complex cases. I have also had wide experience in dealing with medico-legal matters and assessment of mental capacity

Publications

My research interests have included chronic fatigue syndrome, the difficulties in designing services for London, and the problem of defining the severity of mental illness.

Languages
Anglais
Consultant Psychiatrist , Older Adult Psychiatrist

Since training at The Royal Free and Maudsley Hospitals, I have worked as an NHS consultant since 1994 covering an inner London catchment and helping to provide a wide range of services for older adults across the gamut of emotional disorders. I have established a successful private practice in general adult and older adult psychiatry with my opinion being sought by colleagues for complex cases. I have also had wide experience in dealing with medico-legal matters and assessment of mental capacity

My research interests have included chronic fatigue syndrome, the difficulties in designing services for London, and the problem of defining the severity of mental illness.

Anglais

Doctor POPELYUK Dmitri

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function
Consultant General Adult Psychiatrist
Course

I am a consultant psychiatrist based in Harley Street and provide easy and reliable access to diagnosis, effective treatment and the best patient experience for people suffering from mental health problems.

 

I studied medicine at Odessa Medical University and trained in psychiatry at the Maudsley and Royal Free Hospitals in London, specialising in general adult psychiatry, rehabilitation psychiatry, personality disorders, psychotherapy and psycho sexual medicine.

 

I worked as an NHS consultant psychiatrist at the national psychosexual service at the Maudsley Hospital between 2009 and 2017, where I led a team of doctors and psychologists.

Publications

More to come

Languages
Anglais
Russe
Consultant General Adult Psychiatrist

I am a consultant psychiatrist based in Harley Street and provide easy and reliable access to diagnosis, effective treatment and the best patient experience for people suffering from mental health problems.

 

I studied medicine at Odessa Medical University and trained in psychiatry at the Maudsley and Royal Free Hospitals in London, specialising in general adult psychiatry, rehabilitation psychiatry, personality disorders, psychotherapy and psycho sexual medicine.

 

I worked as an NHS consultant psychiatrist at the national psychosexual service at the Maudsley Hospital between 2009 and 2017, where I led a team of doctors and psychologists.

More to come

Anglais
Russe

Doctor PFEFFER Jeremy M

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist , Honorary Senior Lecturer, General Psychiatry

Course

I qualified as a doctor in 1971 and have worked as a consultant psychiatrist since 1980 both on the NHS at the Royal London and Royal Brompton hospitals and privately.

Publications

More to come

Languages
Anglais

Consultant Psychiatrist , Honorary Senior Lecturer, General Psychiatry

I qualified as a doctor in 1971 and have worked as a consultant psychiatrist since 1980 both on the NHS at the Royal London and Royal Brompton hospitals and privately.

More to come

Anglais

Doctor PERTUSA Alberto

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale - Addictologie

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist, General Psychiatry, Addictions, OCD and Hoarding Specialist

Course

Experience in diagnosing and treating ADD & ADHD

 

ADHD/ADD is one of my main areas of interest and clinical expertise. I have significant experience in the diagnosis and treatment of ADHD. I am able to use medication as well as therapy to address the symptoms of ADHD. I have experience in treating patients with  complex ADHD who also have other problems such as anxiety or addictions.

 

Experience in Anxiety Disorders

 

I have experience in the treatment of generalised anxiety disorder (GAD), social anxiety, panic attacks and Agoraphobia using medication as well as cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT).

 

Experience in OCD

 

I worked in the National OCD Unit (Barcelona, Spain), for nearly 4 years (inpatient and outpatient). I have extensive experience in the assessment and treatment of OCD using medication or therapy.

 

Experience in Hoarding Disorder (Compulsive Hoarding)

 

I am a Leading expert in the field of Hoarding and have published numerous scientific articles in the field of Hoarding and OCD. My PhD was instrumental in the conceptualisation of Hoarding Disorder as an independent disorder, separate from OCD.

 

Experience in treating Depression

 

I have experience in using medication to treat depression as well as treatment-resistant depression.

 

Experience in Addictions

 

I have significant experience in the treatment of alcohol and other substance addictions (excluding opiods). I have a clinical interest in the relationship between ADHD and addictions. I have experience working with complex cases that require a collaborative approach.

 

Experience treating Outpatients

 

I have worked in an NHS Community Mental Health Team (CMHT) treating a wide range of mental health problems. I have also worked in Private Practice (outpatient setting) extensively since 2008.

 

Experience in Acute Hospital Admissions

 

After completing my training as a Consultant Psychiatrist in Barcelona, Spain, I obtained significant experience in working in a Hospital setting treating a wide range of acute psychiatric conditions such as depression, psychosis, eating disorders and bipolar disorder.

 

Publications

I completed my PhD thesis at the Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London, in 2010.

 

I have published over 25 scientific articles in international peer-reviewed publications as well as book chapters.

 

I was the Research & Development Lead for Cambian Healthcare, a large organisation comprising over 50 Mental Health Hospitals in the UK, from 2013 to 2016

 

I am an Associate Editor of the Spanish Journal of Psychology, edited by Cambridge University Press. I am also an independent reviewer for several scientific journals.

 

I have undertaken specific training in Expert report writing for the Court and in the assessment under the Mental Capacity Act 2005. I have been instructed to prepare reports for the Court regularly during the eight years.

Languages
Anglais
Espagnol

Consultant Psychiatrist, General Psychiatry, Addictions, OCD and Hoarding Specialist

Experience in diagnosing and treating ADD & ADHD

 

ADHD/ADD is one of my main areas of interest and clinical expertise. I have significant experience in the diagnosis and treatment of ADHD. I am able to use medication as well as therapy to address the symptoms of ADHD. I have experience in treating patients with  complex ADHD who also have other problems such as anxiety or addictions.

 

Experience in Anxiety Disorders

 

I have experience in the treatment of generalised anxiety disorder (GAD), social anxiety, panic attacks and Agoraphobia using medication as well as cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT).

 

Experience in OCD

 

I worked in the National OCD Unit (Barcelona, Spain), for nearly 4 years (inpatient and outpatient). I have extensive experience in the assessment and treatment of OCD using medication or therapy.

 

Experience in Hoarding Disorder (Compulsive Hoarding)

 

I am a Leading expert in the field of Hoarding and have published numerous scientific articles in the field of Hoarding and OCD. My PhD was instrumental in the conceptualisation of Hoarding Disorder as an independent disorder, separate from OCD.

 

Experience in treating Depression

 

I have experience in using medication to treat depression as well as treatment-resistant depression.

 

Experience in Addictions

 

I have significant experience in the treatment of alcohol and other substance addictions (excluding opiods). I have a clinical interest in the relationship between ADHD and addictions. I have experience working with complex cases that require a collaborative approach.

 

Experience treating Outpatients

 

I have worked in an NHS Community Mental Health Team (CMHT) treating a wide range of mental health problems. I have also worked in Private Practice (outpatient setting) extensively since 2008.

 

Experience in Acute Hospital Admissions

 

After completing my training as a Consultant Psychiatrist in Barcelona, Spain, I obtained significant experience in working in a Hospital setting treating a wide range of acute psychiatric conditions such as depression, psychosis, eating disorders and bipolar disorder.

 

I completed my PhD thesis at the Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London, in 2010.

 

I have published over 25 scientific articles in international peer-reviewed publications as well as book chapters.

 

I was the Research & Development Lead for Cambian Healthcare, a large organisation comprising over 50 Mental Health Hospitals in the UK, from 2013 to 2016

 

I am an Associate Editor of the Spanish Journal of Psychology, edited by Cambridge University Press. I am also an independent reviewer for several scientific journals.

 

I have undertaken specific training in Expert report writing for the Court and in the assessment under the Mental Capacity Act 2005. I have been instructed to prepare reports for the Court regularly during the eight years.

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Espagnol

Doctor PEREIRA Stephen

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale - Trouble du comportement

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist, CBT Specialist

Course

With 26 years of experience in Psychiatry and 30 years experience in Behaviour and Cognitive Therapy (CBT) , I trained at the Institute of Psychiatry in Behaviour Therapy and at Oxford in Cognitive Therapy (which has a worldwide reputation in this area). I am also Chairman of NAPICU (Napicu.org.uk) which formulates National Standards of Clinical Excellence in Intensive Care Psychiatry and Severe Mental Disorders. I have over 20 years of experience in dealing with the whole spectrum of mental wellbeing issues in the ‘City Financial District’ and those affecting high achieving individuals in politics, film, media, fashion and music. I am one of a very few Consultant Psychiatrists (medically trained) who also have been formally trained in CBT.

Publications

Developed National PICU Minimum Standards in Child/Adolescents – 2014 Napicu.

 

Under my chairmanship, the NAPICU (National Association of Psychiatric Intensive Care Units) membership has increased to 130 Trusts and the first International Journal of Psychiatric Intensive Care launched in February 2005.

 

I have co-authored the first worldwide textbook on Psychiatric Intensive Care, which is currently in its 3rd Edition, Cambridge University Press. I have also developed two educational courses; a Masters Diploma certificate in Psychiatric Intensive Care with NAPICU and Southbank University, the first of its kind internationally and a psychiatric intensive care module for the MSc in Mental Health studies at Kings College.

 

34 original research publications since 1989.

Languages
Anglais
Gujarati
Hindi
Marathi

Consultant Psychiatrist, CBT Specialist

With 26 years of experience in Psychiatry and 30 years experience in Behaviour and Cognitive Therapy (CBT) , I trained at the Institute of Psychiatry in Behaviour Therapy and at Oxford in Cognitive Therapy (which has a worldwide reputation in this area). I am also Chairman of NAPICU (Napicu.org.uk) which formulates National Standards of Clinical Excellence in Intensive Care Psychiatry and Severe Mental Disorders. I have over 20 years of experience in dealing with the whole spectrum of mental wellbeing issues in the ‘City Financial District’ and those affecting high achieving individuals in politics, film, media, fashion and music. I am one of a very few Consultant Psychiatrists (medically trained) who also have been formally trained in CBT.

Developed National PICU Minimum Standards in Child/Adolescents – 2014 Napicu.

 

Under my chairmanship, the NAPICU (National Association of Psychiatric Intensive Care Units) membership has increased to 130 Trusts and the first International Journal of Psychiatric Intensive Care launched in February 2005.

 

I have co-authored the first worldwide textbook on Psychiatric Intensive Care, which is currently in its 3rd Edition, Cambridge University Press. I have also developed two educational courses; a Masters Diploma certificate in Psychiatric Intensive Care with NAPICU and Southbank University, the first of its kind internationally and a psychiatric intensive care module for the MSc in Mental Health studies at Kings College.

 

34 original research publications since 1989.

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Gujarati
Hindi
Marathi

Doctor PARKER Andrew

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale - Addictologie

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Nightingale Hospital Lead Consultant for Addiction Services, Consultant Psychiatrist

Course

My postgraduate training was at The Maudsley and Institute of Psychiatry. Having qualified in medicine at Guy’s and St Thomas’ London, I also acquired degrees in psychology and philosophy of mind.

 

As a Consultant in the NHS (St George’s) until 2010, I led an award-winning Assertive Outreach Team for psychosis and drug misuse. I have been working in independent (private) practice since 2007 with clinics at Nightingale Hospital and in the City.

Publications

I have published self-help material for the general public as well as academic papers in leading medical journals.

 

Beginning Recovery – A booklet for families and sufferers of addiction, thinking about treatment. (Parker AJR & Mitcheson L (2007) AVAILABLE ON REQUEST

An Introduction to Group Twelve-step Facilitation: Breaking Barriers and Myth Busting. In, Principles and Practice of Group Work in Addictions, Ed. Hill R & Harris J. Routledge. Parker AJR (2011)

 

Diagnosis and management of alcohol use disorders. BMJ Vol 336: 496-501. Parker AJR, Marshall EJ & Ball, DM. (2008)

The Neuroendocrinology of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia. Psychological Medicine. Vol 31(8), 1331-1345. Parker AJR, Cleare A & Wessely S (2001).

 

Sexual Disorders. In The Mind: A User’s Guide, Ed. Raj Persaud. Transworld. Parker AJR. (2007)

Languages
Anglais

Nightingale Hospital Lead Consultant for Addiction Services, Consultant Psychiatrist

My postgraduate training was at The Maudsley and Institute of Psychiatry. Having qualified in medicine at Guy’s and St Thomas’ London, I also acquired degrees in psychology and philosophy of mind.

 

As a Consultant in the NHS (St George’s) until 2010, I led an award-winning Assertive Outreach Team for psychosis and drug misuse. I have been working in independent (private) practice since 2007 with clinics at Nightingale Hospital and in the City.

I have published self-help material for the general public as well as academic papers in leading medical journals.

 

Beginning Recovery – A booklet for families and sufferers of addiction, thinking about treatment. (Parker AJR & Mitcheson L (2007) AVAILABLE ON REQUEST

An Introduction to Group Twelve-step Facilitation: Breaking Barriers and Myth Busting. In, Principles and Practice of Group Work in Addictions, Ed. Hill R & Harris J. Routledge. Parker AJR (2011)

 

Diagnosis and management of alcohol use disorders. BMJ Vol 336: 496-501. Parker AJR, Marshall EJ & Ball, DM. (2008)

The Neuroendocrinology of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia. Psychological Medicine. Vol 31(8), 1331-1345. Parker AJR, Cleare A & Wessely S (2001).

 

Sexual Disorders. In The Mind: A User’s Guide, Ed. Raj Persaud. Transworld. Parker AJR. (2007)

Anglais

Doctor OYEWOLE David

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function
Nightingale Hospital Medical Director, Consultant Psychiatrist
Course
  • St Marys Hospital and Charing Cross Hospitals Higher Psychiatric Training Scheme
  • Consultant Psychiatrist since 2000
  • National Expert in criminal and civil cases
  • Honorary Lecturer Imperial College
  • Second Opinion for complicated hospital/outpatient cases
  • Lead Clinician in Harrow Mental Health Service – 10 yrs
  • Lead Consultant HMP Wormwood Scrubs – 4 years
  • Mental Health Tribunal Member
  • Psychiatrist to a branch of the Samaritans
  • Fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrists
Publications

More to come

Languages
Anglais
Nightingale Hospital Medical Director, Consultant Psychiatrist
  • St Marys Hospital and Charing Cross Hospitals Higher Psychiatric Training Scheme
  • Consultant Psychiatrist since 2000
  • National Expert in criminal and civil cases
  • Honorary Lecturer Imperial College
  • Second Opinion for complicated hospital/outpatient cases
  • Lead Clinician in Harrow Mental Health Service – 10 yrs
  • Lead Consultant HMP Wormwood Scrubs – 4 years
  • Mental Health Tribunal Member
  • Psychiatrist to a branch of the Samaritans
  • Fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrists

More to come

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Doctor ORNSTEIN Jonathan

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist – General Psychiatry

Course

I trained as a doctor at Manchester University, and after medical and surgical posts, moved to London in 2000 to work as a Psychiatrist. I have held posts across London in a variety of settings, working with people from all walks of life and of all ages and backgrounds. This includes working in community clinics, general and psychiatric hospitals, with people from all ethnic backgrounds, with homeless people and with immigration and social issues.

 

I have been a community consultant psychiatrist since 2008, and work within the NHS for Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust. I am the clinical lead for a recovery team helping people with long standing mental health needs, and also for an Early Intervention Service that helps people who have become psychiatrically unwell for the first time.

 

I greatly enjoy teaching, and have received certificates of excellence from St George’s medical school for the last two years. I also regularly host seminars for GPs and other health professionals on all areas of mental health.

Publications

More to come

Languages
Anglais

Consultant Psychiatrist – General Psychiatry

I trained as a doctor at Manchester University, and after medical and surgical posts, moved to London in 2000 to work as a Psychiatrist. I have held posts across London in a variety of settings, working with people from all walks of life and of all ages and backgrounds. This includes working in community clinics, general and psychiatric hospitals, with people from all ethnic backgrounds, with homeless people and with immigration and social issues.

 

I have been a community consultant psychiatrist since 2008, and work within the NHS for Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust. I am the clinical lead for a recovery team helping people with long standing mental health needs, and also for an Early Intervention Service that helps people who have become psychiatrically unwell for the first time.

 

I greatly enjoy teaching, and have received certificates of excellence from St George’s medical school for the last two years. I also regularly host seminars for GPs and other health professionals on all areas of mental health.

More to come

Anglais

Doctor OBUAYA Chi-Chi

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale - Troubles du comportement alimentaire

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant psychiatrist, General psychiatry, Eating Disorders

Course

I graduated from Royal Free & University College Medical School in 2005 and have an International Health BSc from University College London. I was awarded an MBA with Merit from Imperial College London and attained the Cardiff University/Bond Solon Expert Witness Certificate.

 

I completed my training in General Adult Psychiatry in London, and work as a Consultant Psychiatrist in the NHS. My main areas of special interest are primary care psychiatry and the mental health of refugees and asylum seekers. I have also co-authored papers in peer-reviewed journals on culture-bound syndromes and service development.

Publications

Publications:

 

  • Ayonrinde, O. A., Obuaya, C., Adeyemi, S. O (2015) Brain fag syndrome: a culture-bound syndrome that may be approaching extinction. Psychiatric Bulletin, 39, 156 – 161.
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  • Obuaya C, Stanton S, Baggaley M (2013) Is there a crisis about crisis houses? J R Soc Med 106: 300
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  • Obuaya C, Punchihewa V, Tully R (2007). Postoperative management of patients with obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome British Journal of Anaesthesia 98: 696-696
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  • Obuaya C (2003). International submissions to journals. Lancet 361
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  • Obuaya C (2002). Reporting of research and health issues relevant to resource poor countries in high- impact medical journals. European Science Editing 28 (3): 72-77

 

Presentations of research at international conferences:

 

  • “New Models Of Primary Care Psychiatric In-reach In Urban Settings”. Obuaya et al. World Psychiatric Association Conference. 19 Nov 2016
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  • “Brain fag syndrome: a British culture-bound syndrome.” O Ayonrinde, C Obuaya. Royal College of Psychiatrists annual conference. London 1st July 2008
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  • “Brain fag syndrome: the extinction of a culture-bound syndrome.” O Ayonrinde, C Obuaya, A Adeyemi. American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, Washington DC.7 May 08
Languages
Anglais

Consultant psychiatrist, General psychiatry, Eating Disorders

I graduated from Royal Free & University College Medical School in 2005 and have an International Health BSc from University College London. I was awarded an MBA with Merit from Imperial College London and attained the Cardiff University/Bond Solon Expert Witness Certificate.

 

I completed my training in General Adult Psychiatry in London, and work as a Consultant Psychiatrist in the NHS. My main areas of special interest are primary care psychiatry and the mental health of refugees and asylum seekers. I have also co-authored papers in peer-reviewed journals on culture-bound syndromes and service development.

Publications:

 

  • Ayonrinde, O. A., Obuaya, C., Adeyemi, S. O (2015) Brain fag syndrome: a culture-bound syndrome that may be approaching extinction. Psychiatric Bulletin, 39, 156 – 161.
  •  

  • Obuaya C, Stanton S, Baggaley M (2013) Is there a crisis about crisis houses? J R Soc Med 106: 300
  •  

  • Obuaya C, Punchihewa V, Tully R (2007). Postoperative management of patients with obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome British Journal of Anaesthesia 98: 696-696
  •  

  • Obuaya C (2003). International submissions to journals. Lancet 361
  •  

  • Obuaya C (2002). Reporting of research and health issues relevant to resource poor countries in high- impact medical journals. European Science Editing 28 (3): 72-77

 

Presentations of research at international conferences:

 

  • “New Models Of Primary Care Psychiatric In-reach In Urban Settings”. Obuaya et al. World Psychiatric Association Conference. 19 Nov 2016
  •  

  • “Brain fag syndrome: a British culture-bound syndrome.” O Ayonrinde, C Obuaya. Royal College of Psychiatrists annual conference. London 1st July 2008
  •  

  • “Brain fag syndrome: the extinction of a culture-bound syndrome.” O Ayonrinde, C Obuaya, A Adeyemi. American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, Washington DC.7 May 08

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Doctor NNATU Ian

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist

Course

I have been a consultant psychiatrist with the NHS since 2006 and I have been in private practice for several years.

 

I graduated from the College of Medicine, University of Lagos Nigeria in 1994 with the MBBS degree. This was followed by postgraduate psychiatric training in London with the Charing Cross and St Mary’s training scheme leading to the award of the MRCPsych by examination in 2002. As a specialist registrar, I undertook training in cognitive behavioural therapy at the Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College London, leading to the award of a Postgraduate Diploma in CBT in 2006.

 

I have been a consultant psychiatrist in the NHS since 2006 and I currently practise at Charing Cross Hospital, London and I am an honorary clinical senior lecturer with Imperial College London. I have been the medical director at Cygnet Hospital London (formerly Bowden House Clinic) since 2013.

Publications

More to come

Languages
Anglais

Consultant Psychiatrist

I have been a consultant psychiatrist with the NHS since 2006 and I have been in private practice for several years.

 

I graduated from the College of Medicine, University of Lagos Nigeria in 1994 with the MBBS degree. This was followed by postgraduate psychiatric training in London with the Charing Cross and St Mary’s training scheme leading to the award of the MRCPsych by examination in 2002. As a specialist registrar, I undertook training in cognitive behavioural therapy at the Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College London, leading to the award of a Postgraduate Diploma in CBT in 2006.

 

I have been a consultant psychiatrist in the NHS since 2006 and I currently practise at Charing Cross Hospital, London and I am an honorary clinical senior lecturer with Imperial College London. I have been the medical director at Cygnet Hospital London (formerly Bowden House Clinic) since 2013.

More to come

Anglais

Doctor MURPHY Helen

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale - Troubles du comportement alimentaire

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist, Lead Eating Disorder Psychiatrist

Course

I qualified in Medicine from Oxford in 1992, and completed my psychiatric training on the SW London and St George’s training rotation. I am on the Specialist Register of the General Medical Council with accreditation in General Adult Psychiatry.

 

I have practiced psychiatry since 1997 and have extensive experience of a wide range of mental health problems. I held an NHS consultant post in the St George’s Eating Disorders Service, which has an international reputation as a centre of excellence, and I have a particular expertise in the management of anorexia nervosabulimiaanxiety and depression and relationship difficulties.

Publications

I teach and lecture about eating disorders and have undertaken and published research in this field.

Languages
Anglais

Consultant Psychiatrist, Lead Eating Disorder Psychiatrist

I qualified in Medicine from Oxford in 1992, and completed my psychiatric training on the SW London and St George’s training rotation. I am on the Specialist Register of the General Medical Council with accreditation in General Adult Psychiatry.

 

I have practiced psychiatry since 1997 and have extensive experience of a wide range of mental health problems. I held an NHS consultant post in the St George’s Eating Disorders Service, which has an international reputation as a centre of excellence, and I have a particular expertise in the management of anorexia nervosabulimiaanxiety and depression and relationship difficulties.

I teach and lecture about eating disorders and have undertaken and published research in this field.

Anglais

Doctor MULLER-POLLARD Christopher

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale - Addictologie

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist , Senior Clinical Lecturer, Imperial College London , Addictions, General Psychiatry

Course

I graduated in medicine from Guy’s and St. Thomas’ Medical School and completed my post-graduate training in General Adult and Addiction Psychiatry at the Maudsley Hospital, the National Self-Harm service and National Alcohol Unit.

 

As well as training in CBT for 4 years at the Maudsley Hospital department of psychotherapy, I completed further training at the Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre.

 

I was a Senior Clinical Lecturer at Imperial College for 7 years, responsible for training psychiatrists and undergraduates from Imperial Medical School. I was a supervisor and tutor on the Institute of Psychiatry’s Addiction Sciences MSc course.

I previously worked as the lead clinician for psychiatric admissions in Hammersmith and Fulham in Charing Cross and the dual diagnosis lead for West London Mental Health NHS Trust (WLMHT).

 

I have a special interest in neurodevelopmental conditions and set up an adult ADHD service for South London and the Maudsley in 2009. I was the lead for developing services for adults with neurodevelopmental conditions for WLMHT.

 

I continue to work part-time for an specialist neurodevelopmental NHS clinic for adults. The clinic is linked to research and involves training medical undergraduates and psychiatrists in this specialist area.

 

I am approved by UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) for Therapeutic Use Exemption applications for competitive athletes. UKAD is responsible for ensuring compliance with the World Anti-Doping Association’s Code. I can therefore support applications to International sports governing bodies.

Publications

I am part of the research team involved in the English and Romanian Adoptees Brain Imaging Study investigating how sustained early deprivation effects neurodevelopment. The study is conducted jointly by the Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College London and Southampton University.

 

I conducted a field trial to support the World Health Organisation’s ICD-11 working group for of the revised diagnostic criteria for personality disorder. The diagnostic criteria for personality disorder have been subject to considerable revision because of the difficulty in making a consistent and accurate diagnosis.

 

Previous research included the long term brain changes due to alcohol misuse and defining the appetitive reward pathways in the brain related to addiction.

Languages
Anglais

Consultant Psychiatrist , Senior Clinical Lecturer, Imperial College London , Addictions, General Psychiatry

I graduated in medicine from Guy’s and St. Thomas’ Medical School and completed my post-graduate training in General Adult and Addiction Psychiatry at the Maudsley Hospital, the National Self-Harm service and National Alcohol Unit.

 

As well as training in CBT for 4 years at the Maudsley Hospital department of psychotherapy, I completed further training at the Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre.

 

I was a Senior Clinical Lecturer at Imperial College for 7 years, responsible for training psychiatrists and undergraduates from Imperial Medical School. I was a supervisor and tutor on the Institute of Psychiatry’s Addiction Sciences MSc course.

I previously worked as the lead clinician for psychiatric admissions in Hammersmith and Fulham in Charing Cross and the dual diagnosis lead for West London Mental Health NHS Trust (WLMHT).

 

I have a special interest in neurodevelopmental conditions and set up an adult ADHD service for South London and the Maudsley in 2009. I was the lead for developing services for adults with neurodevelopmental conditions for WLMHT.

 

I continue to work part-time for an specialist neurodevelopmental NHS clinic for adults. The clinic is linked to research and involves training medical undergraduates and psychiatrists in this specialist area.

 

I am approved by UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) for Therapeutic Use Exemption applications for competitive athletes. UKAD is responsible for ensuring compliance with the World Anti-Doping Association’s Code. I can therefore support applications to International sports governing bodies.

I am part of the research team involved in the English and Romanian Adoptees Brain Imaging Study investigating how sustained early deprivation effects neurodevelopment. The study is conducted jointly by the Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College London and Southampton University.

 

I conducted a field trial to support the World Health Organisation’s ICD-11 working group for of the revised diagnostic criteria for personality disorder. The diagnostic criteria for personality disorder have been subject to considerable revision because of the difficulty in making a consistent and accurate diagnosis.

 

Previous research included the long term brain changes due to alcohol misuse and defining the appetitive reward pathways in the brain related to addiction.

Anglais

Doctor MOODLEY Shamila

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist, General Psychiatry

Course

I qualified in Medicine from Guys & St. Thomas’ medical school and went straight on to specialise in psychiatry, first at South London & Maudsley and then onto the Royal free/UCL for higher specialist training. I have been very privileged to have trained in centres of excellence at London training hospitals and thus have achieved a wealth of experience.

 

I currently provide a link/triage service for Nuffield Health.

 

During two decades of practising in mental health I have the experience of assessing, diagnosing and treating the full spectrum of conditions.

 

I have worked in the NHS as a consultant at the Chelsea & Westminster since 2009 before moving onto the West London Mental Health Trust until 2017. There, I led a ‘crisis’ team and liaison service, an assertive outreach team specialising in psychosis and latterly a recovery community team.

 

I now practice privately.

 

I accept referrals from patients, GPs, Occupational Health departments and employers. I am able to communicate fluent in French and conversational Spanish.

 

Any information disclosed will remain confidential, usually only released with patient consent.

Publications

I have 10 original authorships including, papers & abstracts in peer-review medical journals.

 

I lecture to GP colleagues and tutor on the GP training rotations attached to Imperial medical school, this enables me to make our new generation of GPs aware and competent in identifying mental health needs and when to refer on to specialist care.

Languages
Anglais
Français

Consultant Psychiatrist, General Psychiatry

I qualified in Medicine from Guys & St. Thomas’ medical school and went straight on to specialise in psychiatry, first at South London & Maudsley and then onto the Royal free/UCL for higher specialist training. I have been very privileged to have trained in centres of excellence at London training hospitals and thus have achieved a wealth of experience.

 

I currently provide a link/triage service for Nuffield Health.

 

During two decades of practising in mental health I have the experience of assessing, diagnosing and treating the full spectrum of conditions.

 

I have worked in the NHS as a consultant at the Chelsea & Westminster since 2009 before moving onto the West London Mental Health Trust until 2017. There, I led a ‘crisis’ team and liaison service, an assertive outreach team specialising in psychosis and latterly a recovery community team.

 

I now practice privately.

 

I accept referrals from patients, GPs, Occupational Health departments and employers. I am able to communicate fluent in French and conversational Spanish.

 

Any information disclosed will remain confidential, usually only released with patient consent.

I have 10 original authorships including, papers & abstracts in peer-review medical journals.

 

I lecture to GP colleagues and tutor on the GP training rotations attached to Imperial medical school, this enables me to make our new generation of GPs aware and competent in identifying mental health needs and when to refer on to specialist care.

Anglais
Français

Doctor MIKHAIL Sherine

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist

Course

I trained as a psychiatrist in London in Royal College of Psychiatrists’ accredited training schemes in General Adult and Forensic Psychiatry, attaining GMC specialist registration as a Consultant Psychiatrist in 2002.

 

I have been in NHS practice as a Consultant Psychiatrist at Chase Farm Hospital since 2002 where as a Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist I am involved in the care and treatment of criminal offenders with mental illness, personality disorders and substance misuse. I have worked as a private Consultant Psychiatrist in Adult Psychiatry since 2004. I work privately in Harley Street, London, with admitting/practicing privileges at Nightingale Hospital, London, The Priory Hospital, Roehampton, and The Blackheath Hospital, London.

 

Besides clinical practice, I am a formally recognised Appraiser for Consultant medical colleagues; a member of the Fitness to Practice Panel Meetings of the Royal Free & University College London Medical School providing expertise to the panel in relation to the mental health and personality of medical students; I have and remain actively involved in the formal lecturing, training and examining of medical students and junior doctor trainees, of the Royal Free & University College London Medical School; I Chair the Drugs & Therapeutics Committee within the NHS Trust that I work; and I have acted as an independent Consultant Psychiatry expert for NHS London on a Homicide Inquiry Panel.

 

Publications

PUBLICATIONS

 

  • S W Mikhail, H G Kennedy. Homicide, novel antipsychotics, and noncompliance. Lancet 2000; 355: 1189
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  • H G Kennedy, S W Mikhail. Advantages of depot antipsychotics. Lancet 2000; 356: 594
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  • S. Mikhail, A. Akinkunmi, N. Poythress. Mental Health Courts: a workable proposition? Psychiatric Bulletin 2001; 25; 5-7
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  • A.J Krentz. S. Mikhail, G. Hill, P. Cantrell. Drug Points: Pseudo-phaeochromocytoma syndrome associated with clozapine. British Medical Journal 2001; 7296; 1213
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  • Contributor to Edinburgh International Encyclopaedia for Psychoanalysis (2006).
Languages
Anglais
Arabe

Consultant Psychiatrist

I trained as a psychiatrist in London in Royal College of Psychiatrists’ accredited training schemes in General Adult and Forensic Psychiatry, attaining GMC specialist registration as a Consultant Psychiatrist in 2002.

 

I have been in NHS practice as a Consultant Psychiatrist at Chase Farm Hospital since 2002 where as a Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist I am involved in the care and treatment of criminal offenders with mental illness, personality disorders and substance misuse. I have worked as a private Consultant Psychiatrist in Adult Psychiatry since 2004. I work privately in Harley Street, London, with admitting/practicing privileges at Nightingale Hospital, London, The Priory Hospital, Roehampton, and The Blackheath Hospital, London.

 

Besides clinical practice, I am a formally recognised Appraiser for Consultant medical colleagues; a member of the Fitness to Practice Panel Meetings of the Royal Free & University College London Medical School providing expertise to the panel in relation to the mental health and personality of medical students; I have and remain actively involved in the formal lecturing, training and examining of medical students and junior doctor trainees, of the Royal Free & University College London Medical School; I Chair the Drugs & Therapeutics Committee within the NHS Trust that I work; and I have acted as an independent Consultant Psychiatry expert for NHS London on a Homicide Inquiry Panel.

 

PUBLICATIONS

 

  • S W Mikhail, H G Kennedy. Homicide, novel antipsychotics, and noncompliance. Lancet 2000; 355: 1189
  •  

  • H G Kennedy, S W Mikhail. Advantages of depot antipsychotics. Lancet 2000; 356: 594
  •  

  • S. Mikhail, A. Akinkunmi, N. Poythress. Mental Health Courts: a workable proposition? Psychiatric Bulletin 2001; 25; 5-7
  •  

  • A.J Krentz. S. Mikhail, G. Hill, P. Cantrell. Drug Points: Pseudo-phaeochromocytoma syndrome associated with clozapine. British Medical Journal 2001; 7296; 1213
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  • Contributor to Edinburgh International Encyclopaedia for Psychoanalysis (2006).

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Arabe

Doctor McQUEEN Daniel

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant child and adolescent psychiatrist, Consultant adult psychiatrist, Medical psychotherapist

Course

Daniel McQueen obtained a Degree in Psychology and a Medical Degree from Sheffield University Medical School in 1994. He then worked as a Physician and became a Member of the Royal College of Physicians in 1998. He qualified and worked as a general practitioner in 2000, specialising in mental health and substance misuse. He has worked as a [sychiatrist since 2003.

 

He completed specialist training in psychiatry sub-specialising in medical psychotherapy, working with families, adolescents and adults at the Cassel Hospital, West London, in 2010. Since then he has worked as a consultant child and adolescent psychiatrist and as a consultant adult psychiatrist and medical psychotherapist. As a consultant child and adolescent psychiatrist he has worked in a wide range of CAMHS settings, including inpatient, outpatient, hospital liaison, eating disorders, neurodevelopment, ADHD, specialist education and looked after children. As a consultant adult psychiatrist and medical psychotherapist he has specialised in eating disorders, personality disorder and families.

 

He is employed by the Child and Family Department of the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust in the Complex Assessment Team as a child and adolescent psychiatrist and adult psychiatrist. He works part time as a consultant child and adolescent psychiatrist in CAMHS in Hertfordshire.

Publications
  • Daniel McQueen, Catherine Itzin, Roger Kennedy, Valerie Sinason and Fay Maxted. (2008).  Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy after Child Abuse. The treatment of adults and children who have experienced sexual abuse, violence, and neglect in childhood. London: Karnac Books.
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  • McQueen, D., Ikkos, G., St. John-Smith, P., Kemp, M., Munk-Jorgensen, P., Michael, A., Psychiatry’s Contract with Society: What do clinical psychiatrists expect? Chapter 8 in: Psychiatry’s Contract with Society. Edited by Dinesh Bhugra, Amit Malik, & George Ikkos. OUP 2011.
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  • McQueen, D & Doctor, R. Attachment and women’s mental health. Chapter 7, in: The Oxford Textbook of Women’s Mental Health. Ed Dora Kohen. OUP, 2010.
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  • George Ikkos, Daniel McQueen The suicide of the Soviet Union, Brexit and Svetlana Alexievich’s ‘Secondhand time’ Group Analysis. Vol 51, Issue 1, pp. 61 – 71. First Published February 16, 2018.
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  • McQueen, D., St. John-Smith, P. NICE recommendations for psychotherapy in depression: Of limited clinical utility. Psychiatrike 2015, 26(3):188–197
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  • Daniel McQueen, Sarah Cohen, Paul St John-Smith, and Hagen Rampes. Rethinking Placebo in Psychiatry I The range of placebo effects. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment May 2013 vol. 19, 162–170. & Rethinking Placebo in Psychiatry II How and Why Placebo effects occur. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment May 2013 vol. 19, 171–180.
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  • McQueen, D. Depression in Adults: some basic facts. Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 2009; 23: 3, 225-235.
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  • McQueen, D., St. John-Smith, P., Ikkos, G., Kemp, M., Munk-Jorgensen, P., Michael, A. Psychiatric Professionalism, Multidisciplinary Teams and Clinical Practice, European Psychiatric Review 2009; 2(2): 50-56
  •  

Languages
Anglais

Consultant child and adolescent psychiatrist, Consultant adult psychiatrist, Medical psychotherapist

Daniel McQueen obtained a Degree in Psychology and a Medical Degree from Sheffield University Medical School in 1994. He then worked as a Physician and became a Member of the Royal College of Physicians in 1998. He qualified and worked as a general practitioner in 2000, specialising in mental health and substance misuse. He has worked as a [sychiatrist since 2003.

 

He completed specialist training in psychiatry sub-specialising in medical psychotherapy, working with families, adolescents and adults at the Cassel Hospital, West London, in 2010. Since then he has worked as a consultant child and adolescent psychiatrist and as a consultant adult psychiatrist and medical psychotherapist. As a consultant child and adolescent psychiatrist he has worked in a wide range of CAMHS settings, including inpatient, outpatient, hospital liaison, eating disorders, neurodevelopment, ADHD, specialist education and looked after children. As a consultant adult psychiatrist and medical psychotherapist he has specialised in eating disorders, personality disorder and families.

 

He is employed by the Child and Family Department of the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust in the Complex Assessment Team as a child and adolescent psychiatrist and adult psychiatrist. He works part time as a consultant child and adolescent psychiatrist in CAMHS in Hertfordshire.

  • Daniel McQueen, Catherine Itzin, Roger Kennedy, Valerie Sinason and Fay Maxted. (2008).  Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy after Child Abuse. The treatment of adults and children who have experienced sexual abuse, violence, and neglect in childhood. London: Karnac Books.
  •  

  • McQueen, D., Ikkos, G., St. John-Smith, P., Kemp, M., Munk-Jorgensen, P., Michael, A., Psychiatry’s Contract with Society: What do clinical psychiatrists expect? Chapter 8 in: Psychiatry’s Contract with Society. Edited by Dinesh Bhugra, Amit Malik, & George Ikkos. OUP 2011.
  •  

  • McQueen, D & Doctor, R. Attachment and women’s mental health. Chapter 7, in: The Oxford Textbook of Women’s Mental Health. Ed Dora Kohen. OUP, 2010.
  •  

  • George Ikkos, Daniel McQueen The suicide of the Soviet Union, Brexit and Svetlana Alexievich’s ‘Secondhand time’ Group Analysis. Vol 51, Issue 1, pp. 61 – 71. First Published February 16, 2018.
  •  

  • McQueen, D., St. John-Smith, P. NICE recommendations for psychotherapy in depression: Of limited clinical utility. Psychiatrike 2015, 26(3):188–197
  •  

  • Daniel McQueen, Sarah Cohen, Paul St John-Smith, and Hagen Rampes. Rethinking Placebo in Psychiatry I The range of placebo effects. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment May 2013 vol. 19, 162–170. & Rethinking Placebo in Psychiatry II How and Why Placebo effects occur. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment May 2013 vol. 19, 171–180.
  •  

  • McQueen, D. Depression in Adults: some basic facts. Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 2009; 23: 3, 225-235.
  •  

  • McQueen, D., St. John-Smith, P., Ikkos, G., Kemp, M., Munk-Jorgensen, P., Michael, A. Psychiatric Professionalism, Multidisciplinary Teams and Clinical Practice, European Psychiatric Review 2009; 2(2): 50-56
  •  

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Doctor McPHILLIPS Mike

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale - Addictologie

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Adult Psychiatrist, Addiction Specialist

Course
  • Former Lecturer at Imperial College
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  • Former NHS Consultant at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital
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  • Former Staff Consultant at Priory Hospital Roehampton, Head of Addictions Treatment Programme
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  • Former Medical Director, The Causeway Retreat
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  • Currently Lead Consultant, Knightsbridge Psychiatry, an independent outpatient clinic in Sloane Square, Knightsbridge, London
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  • Currently Admitting Consultant, Nightingale Hospital London

 

I am a full-time private adult psychiatrist with 15 years of experience in treating clients, both nationally and internationally.  I have current referral relationships with private practitioners and clinics in London and all over the UK, and in the Middle East, Switzerland, Europe, the USA, Australia and South Africa

Publications

I have published various research papers, editorials, textbook chapters and other articles on the subjects of Adult Psychiatric Disorders, Substance Misuse DisordersDual Diagnosis Disorders and Biological tests for Substance Misuse.

 

I have a significant Medico-Legal practice, particularly in the Equality Act, Disability Discrimination and Contested Custody cases.  I accept around 30 new instructions per year and I am an experienced expert witness.

Languages
Anglais

Consultant Adult Psychiatrist, Addiction Specialist

  • Former Lecturer at Imperial College
  •  

  • Former NHS Consultant at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital
  •  

  • Former Staff Consultant at Priory Hospital Roehampton, Head of Addictions Treatment Programme
  •  

  • Former Medical Director, The Causeway Retreat
  •  

  • Currently Lead Consultant, Knightsbridge Psychiatry, an independent outpatient clinic in Sloane Square, Knightsbridge, London
  •  

  • Currently Admitting Consultant, Nightingale Hospital London

 

I am a full-time private adult psychiatrist with 15 years of experience in treating clients, both nationally and internationally.  I have current referral relationships with private practitioners and clinics in London and all over the UK, and in the Middle East, Switzerland, Europe, the USA, Australia and South Africa

I have published various research papers, editorials, textbook chapters and other articles on the subjects of Adult Psychiatric Disorders, Substance Misuse DisordersDual Diagnosis Disorders and Biological tests for Substance Misuse.

 

I have a significant Medico-Legal practice, particularly in the Equality Act, Disability Discrimination and Contested Custody cases.  I accept around 30 new instructions per year and I am an experienced expert witness.

Anglais

Doctor MCLVOR Ronan

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist

Course

I am a senior consultant psychiatrist, with expertise in supporting recovery from a broad range of psychiatric and psychological conditions. I graduated from University College Dublin Medical School in 1986 and completed specialised psychiatry training at the world famous Maudsley Hospital in London, where I have worked as a consultant for 20 years. I was awarded a Fellowship of the Royal College of Psychiatrists in 2011, for promoting developments and standards in mental health care.

 

My clinical experience is extensive and varied. I have expertise in treating conditions such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, perinatal mental health problems, OCD, personality difficulties, self-harm and psychosis. I have worked in both in-patient and community settings within the NHS.

 

I specialise in treating stress-related problems and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), having worked at the Maudsley’s Traumatic Stress Service for over 8 years. I subsequently developed a special interest in treating psychological consequences of being stalked.

I have a particular interest in neuropsychiatry, medically unexplained conditions and functional neurological disorder, having trained at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery at Queen Square in London.

 

I have extensive experience in medico-legal settings, working with legal teams to provide professional assessment and opinions. I provide evidence in court as an expert witness.

 

My current NHS role is within a forensic psychiatric setting, where I assess and treat patients with complex presentations, spanning both mental illness and personality difficulties. I act as Lead Consultant for the service.

 

I have worked in private practice for over ten years in both inpatient and outpatient settings.

Publications

I remain up to date with advances in treatment through continuing professional development, my work with the Royal College and as an active researcher and teacher.

 

I am an Honorary Senior Lecturer at Guys, Kings and St Thomas’ (GKT) School of Medicine and Visiting Lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience. I have over 50 published research papers in academic journals. My early research was in PTSD and perinatal psychiatry and I have also published widely on stalking, service development and novel treatment strategies to improve recovery. A list of publications is available on request.

 

I train and supervise medical students and junior doctors and recently won the Innovation in Clinical Teaching award from GKT. I appraise my consultant colleagues, am a recognised Educational Supervisor and support developments nationally in my role as elected member of the Forensic Faculty of the Royal College. In addition, I have an international approach to clinical care and development and have taught in Somaliland, Ireland, America and Australia.

Languages
Anglais

Consultant Psychiatrist

I am a senior consultant psychiatrist, with expertise in supporting recovery from a broad range of psychiatric and psychological conditions. I graduated from University College Dublin Medical School in 1986 and completed specialised psychiatry training at the world famous Maudsley Hospital in London, where I have worked as a consultant for 20 years. I was awarded a Fellowship of the Royal College of Psychiatrists in 2011, for promoting developments and standards in mental health care.

 

My clinical experience is extensive and varied. I have expertise in treating conditions such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, perinatal mental health problems, OCD, personality difficulties, self-harm and psychosis. I have worked in both in-patient and community settings within the NHS.

 

I specialise in treating stress-related problems and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), having worked at the Maudsley’s Traumatic Stress Service for over 8 years. I subsequently developed a special interest in treating psychological consequences of being stalked.

I have a particular interest in neuropsychiatry, medically unexplained conditions and functional neurological disorder, having trained at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery at Queen Square in London.

 

I have extensive experience in medico-legal settings, working with legal teams to provide professional assessment and opinions. I provide evidence in court as an expert witness.

 

My current NHS role is within a forensic psychiatric setting, where I assess and treat patients with complex presentations, spanning both mental illness and personality difficulties. I act as Lead Consultant for the service.

 

I have worked in private practice for over ten years in both inpatient and outpatient settings.

I remain up to date with advances in treatment through continuing professional development, my work with the Royal College and as an active researcher and teacher.

 

I am an Honorary Senior Lecturer at Guys, Kings and St Thomas’ (GKT) School of Medicine and Visiting Lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience. I have over 50 published research papers in academic journals. My early research was in PTSD and perinatal psychiatry and I have also published widely on stalking, service development and novel treatment strategies to improve recovery. A list of publications is available on request.

 

I train and supervise medical students and junior doctors and recently won the Innovation in Clinical Teaching award from GKT. I appraise my consultant colleagues, am a recognised Educational Supervisor and support developments nationally in my role as elected member of the Forensic Faculty of the Royal College. In addition, I have an international approach to clinical care and development and have taught in Somaliland, Ireland, America and Australia.

Anglais

Doctor McEVEDY Christopher

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist

Course

Following psychiatric training at the Maudsley Hospital and three years as a university lecturer in clinical psychiatry at Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School, I have been a consultant psychiatrist since 1996, initially as general adult and liaison psychiatrist at St Mary’s Hospital and in recent years as liaison psychiatrist at UCLH. Between times, I was for a number of years the lead consultant on intensive care wards covering a busy inner city catchment area, accepting for treatment patients subject to ongoing criminal proceedings. I deal routinely with issues of risk assessment and management.

 

Following retirement from the NHS, I am an Honorary Consultant Liaison Psychiatrist at University College London Hospital and continue to have a clinic within the gastroenterology department.

Publications

In earlier years I published in the area of schizophrenia, but more recently have carried out audit work in liaison psychiatry, the interaction of functional symptoms and mental health in gastroenterology and the presentation of alcohol problems in the general hospital.

 

My interests are in the treatment of patients with mood disorders, and in those with a combination of psychological and functional physical health symptoms. However, I also have broad experience over the range of psychiatric diagnosis, and in managing the full range of psychiatric disorders in alliance with colleagues in therapy disciplines.

Languages
Anglais

Consultant Psychiatrist

Following psychiatric training at the Maudsley Hospital and three years as a university lecturer in clinical psychiatry at Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School, I have been a consultant psychiatrist since 1996, initially as general adult and liaison psychiatrist at St Mary’s Hospital and in recent years as liaison psychiatrist at UCLH. Between times, I was for a number of years the lead consultant on intensive care wards covering a busy inner city catchment area, accepting for treatment patients subject to ongoing criminal proceedings. I deal routinely with issues of risk assessment and management.

 

Following retirement from the NHS, I am an Honorary Consultant Liaison Psychiatrist at University College London Hospital and continue to have a clinic within the gastroenterology department.

In earlier years I published in the area of schizophrenia, but more recently have carried out audit work in liaison psychiatry, the interaction of functional symptoms and mental health in gastroenterology and the presentation of alcohol problems in the general hospital.

 

My interests are in the treatment of patients with mood disorders, and in those with a combination of psychological and functional physical health symptoms. However, I also have broad experience over the range of psychiatric diagnosis, and in managing the full range of psychiatric disorders in alliance with colleagues in therapy disciplines.

Anglais

Doctor LACEY Hubert

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale - Troubles du comportement alimentaire

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Eating Disorder Consultant Psychiatrist

Course

I graduated from the University of St Andrews (MB ChB); of University of Dundee (MD with commendation) and from the University of London (MPhil).

 

I am currently a Professor of Psychiatry at the University of London and Professor Emeritus, St George’s, University Of London. I am the Director of Newbridge Healthcare Systems in Birmingham.

 

I am also Chairman of the European Council on Eating Disorders and a Patron of B-EAT.co.uk and have over 140 publications in learned journals on Anorexia, Bulimia, obesity and psychosomatic illness’.

Publications

More to come

Languages
Anglais

Eating Disorder Consultant Psychiatrist

I graduated from the University of St Andrews (MB ChB); of University of Dundee (MD with commendation) and from the University of London (MPhil).

 

I am currently a Professor of Psychiatry at the University of London and Professor Emeritus, St George’s, University Of London. I am the Director of Newbridge Healthcare Systems in Birmingham.

 

I am also Chairman of the European Council on Eating Disorders and a Patron of B-EAT.co.uk and have over 140 publications in learned journals on Anorexia, Bulimia, obesity and psychosomatic illness’.

More to come

Anglais

Doctor KUSTOW James

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist , General Psychiatry

Course

I studied medicine in Nottingham and trained in psychiatry with the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (Guys and St Thomas’ hospitals) and at St Mary’s Hospital. I am a general adult psychiatrist and have experience working with the full range of mental health problems that are encountered in adulthood. In addition to my private practice, which has been built gradually over 15 years, I continue to work as an NHS Consultant Psychiatrist in London.

 

One of my main areas of specialist expertise is Adult ADHD. I work in one of the very few London-based NHS specialist Adult ADHD services. I am on the Executive Board of UKAAN (the main professional organisation for Adult ADHD in the UK) and I am UKAAN’s Training Programme Director. The comprehensive training programme UKAAN offers is highly respected in the UK and recognised internationally for its quality. I lecture widely on the topic of Adult ADHD and its management.

 

I am also Medical Director of ‘The Grove Practice’, an established central London psychotherapy and training organisation. The Grove is currently involved in providing specialist trauma-focussed therapy for those affected by the Grenfell Tower disaster.

I have, in recent years, worked as a psychiatrist to a London-based university, seeing students with mental health difficulties. I am one of very few psychiatrists also trained as a psychotherapist (integrating a variety of trainings including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Hypnotherapy, EMDR and EFT into my psychiatric practice). I have also done some training in nutrition, a particular area of interest.

 

I have recently introduced two new, cutting-edge interventions to support my clinical approach:

  • The first is the use of pharmacogenetic testing (specifically the ‘Genecept’ mouth swab test by US company, ‘Genomind’). I have come to recognise the clear benefits of a more targeted and informed approach to medication choice. The results of the test help patients and their clinicians migrate away from medications for which an identified genetic variant would likely lead to poor tolerability or non-response.
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  •  The second is the use of leading US medical device, ‘Alpha-Stim’, an FDA approved cranial electrotherapy treatment for Anxiety, Depression, Insomnia and Pain management. With an extensive evidence-base, and technology that has been refined and tested over 30 years, Alpha-stim is now available to the UK market, and I have already integrated in to my routine patient care. After a highly successful study in the NHS, Alpha-stim looks set to get NICE approval for the treatment of Generalised Anxiety Disorder.
Publications

I am co-author of a textbook on Adult ADHD, and editor of a book on alcoholism in high functioning individuals. I am (co)author of a number of papers both in Adult ADHD and Liaison psychiatry.

 

I am currently chairing a team of European experts in the 2018 update of the pharmacotherapy section of the European Consensus Statement on Diagnosis and Treatment of Adult ADHD.

 

I occasionally do medico-legal work related to Adult ADHD.

Languages
Anglais

Consultant Psychiatrist , General Psychiatry

I studied medicine in Nottingham and trained in psychiatry with the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (Guys and St Thomas’ hospitals) and at St Mary’s Hospital. I am a general adult psychiatrist and have experience working with the full range of mental health problems that are encountered in adulthood. In addition to my private practice, which has been built gradually over 15 years, I continue to work as an NHS Consultant Psychiatrist in London.

 

One of my main areas of specialist expertise is Adult ADHD. I work in one of the very few London-based NHS specialist Adult ADHD services. I am on the Executive Board of UKAAN (the main professional organisation for Adult ADHD in the UK) and I am UKAAN’s Training Programme Director. The comprehensive training programme UKAAN offers is highly respected in the UK and recognised internationally for its quality. I lecture widely on the topic of Adult ADHD and its management.

 

I am also Medical Director of ‘The Grove Practice’, an established central London psychotherapy and training organisation. The Grove is currently involved in providing specialist trauma-focussed therapy for those affected by the Grenfell Tower disaster.

I have, in recent years, worked as a psychiatrist to a London-based university, seeing students with mental health difficulties. I am one of very few psychiatrists also trained as a psychotherapist (integrating a variety of trainings including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Hypnotherapy, EMDR and EFT into my psychiatric practice). I have also done some training in nutrition, a particular area of interest.

 

I have recently introduced two new, cutting-edge interventions to support my clinical approach:

  • The first is the use of pharmacogenetic testing (specifically the ‘Genecept’ mouth swab test by US company, ‘Genomind’). I have come to recognise the clear benefits of a more targeted and informed approach to medication choice. The results of the test help patients and their clinicians migrate away from medications for which an identified genetic variant would likely lead to poor tolerability or non-response.
  •  

  •  The second is the use of leading US medical device, ‘Alpha-Stim’, an FDA approved cranial electrotherapy treatment for Anxiety, Depression, Insomnia and Pain management. With an extensive evidence-base, and technology that has been refined and tested over 30 years, Alpha-stim is now available to the UK market, and I have already integrated in to my routine patient care. After a highly successful study in the NHS, Alpha-stim looks set to get NICE approval for the treatment of Generalised Anxiety Disorder.

I am co-author of a textbook on Adult ADHD, and editor of a book on alcoholism in high functioning individuals. I am (co)author of a number of papers both in Adult ADHD and Liaison psychiatry.

 

I am currently chairing a team of European experts in the 2018 update of the pharmacotherapy section of the European Consensus Statement on Diagnosis and Treatment of Adult ADHD.

 

I occasionally do medico-legal work related to Adult ADHD.

Anglais

Doctor KANG Chetna

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist

Course

Dr Kang is a Consultant Psychiatrist based in London. She qualified as a medical doctor from Imperial College Medical School and went on to specialise in psychiatry with the London Deanery. She has over 20 years experience in diagnosing and treating mental health problems, both in the NHS and private sector.

 

She sits on the Executive Committee of the Royal College of Psychiatrists SiG for Spirituality in Psychiatry and the Royal College of Psychiatrists Public Engagement Editorial Board.

Publications

Dr Kang is passionate about raising awareness about mental health and reducing stigma and broadcasts on the subject for the BBC.

 

Dr Kang conducts seminars on whole person centred care and is regularly published in books, journals and magazines.

 

Her special interests include:

 

  • Spirituality and Mental Health
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  • Medically Unexplained Symptoms and
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  • Mental disorders related to chronic physical health problems
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Languages
Anglais
Hindi

Consultant Psychiatrist

Dr Kang is a Consultant Psychiatrist based in London. She qualified as a medical doctor from Imperial College Medical School and went on to specialise in psychiatry with the London Deanery. She has over 20 years experience in diagnosing and treating mental health problems, both in the NHS and private sector.

 

She sits on the Executive Committee of the Royal College of Psychiatrists SiG for Spirituality in Psychiatry and the Royal College of Psychiatrists Public Engagement Editorial Board.

Dr Kang is passionate about raising awareness about mental health and reducing stigma and broadcasts on the subject for the BBC.

 

Dr Kang conducts seminars on whole person centred care and is regularly published in books, journals and magazines.

 

Her special interests include:

 

  • Spirituality and Mental Health
  •  

  • Medically Unexplained Symptoms and
  •  

  • Mental disorders related to chronic physical health problems
  •  

Anglais
Hindi

Doctor JOHNSON-SABINE Eric

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale - Troubles du comportement alimentaire

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist, Eating Disorder Specialist

Course

I have extensive experience in treating patients with eating disorders and obesity. I set up the St Ann’s Eating Disorders Service in North London and was an expert advisor for NICE guidelines on Eating Disorders. I represent Eating Disorders on the London Division of the Royal College of Psychiatrists.

Publications

More to come

Languages
Anglais

Consultant Psychiatrist, Eating Disorder Specialist

I have extensive experience in treating patients with eating disorders and obesity. I set up the St Ann’s Eating Disorders Service in North London and was an expert advisor for NICE guidelines on Eating Disorders. I represent Eating Disorders on the London Division of the Royal College of Psychiatrists.

More to come

Anglais

Doctor IKKOS George

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist, General Psychiatry

Course

Recognised as a leading Clinical and Academic Psychiatrist I have served as a NHS Consultant Psychiatrist since 1990 and also as Director of Medical Education and Honorary Visiting Research Professor.

 

I am a General Adult Psychiatrist with expertise in a wide variety of Mental Health Conditions, including Anxiety and Mood related disorders and have special interests in Psychological Medicine, Psychosomatics and Pain. Through my long association with the London Child and Family Practice, where I have previously served as Executive Chairman, I have also developed special interest in the mental health problems of young adults.

 

As an expert I aim to deliver a thorough assessment to ensure, in the light of the latest clinical and research evidence and the patient’s personal preferences, the right choice or balance between treatment with talking and/or medication. I wish to ensure that those who do not need medication are not prescribed it and to suggest alternative help that works; also to ensure that those that need medication are offered safe prescription sooner rather than later.

 

You will find more about my views on psychiatry through the link to this editorial:

 

Ikkos, G. et al; Editorial: Psychiatry’s Contract with Society: What is expected?

 

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1600-0447.2011.01678.x/full )

Publications

Having served as President of the Royal Society of Medicine (RSM) Psychiatry Section I am now Director of the “Psychiatry in Dialogue with Neuroscience Medicine and Society” programme there. I am also Editorials Editor and Mental Health Law Profiles Editor of the Royal College of Psychiatrists journal “International Psychiatry”

 

As Director of Medical Education and more broadly as medical educator at Barnet Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust over a period of more than 20 years I have led in the training of hundreds of psychiatrists and have attracted repeated personal praise by the London Deanery for my leadership in Medical Education. My activities have included the development and facilitation of delivery of Leadership and Management training for both senior and junior doctors in the Trust. I have also been examiner at the Royal College of Psychiatrists and external examiner Imperial College School of Medicine.

My academic interests and over 30 peer reviewed professional publications include psychiatric ethics and training and the development of SNAPS: The Stanmore Nursing Assessment of Psychological Status, a training programme and system of educating hospital nurses to better understand and respond to patients’ emotions.

 

Selected publications:

 

Bhugra, D., Kuzman, M. R., Ikkos, G. et. al. (2014) EPA Guidance on the Role and Responsibilities of Psychiatrists, European Psychiatric Association- to be published in http://www.europsy.net/what-we-do/guidance-papers/

 

Ikkos, G. (2013) Psychosomatic Medicine and Liaison Psychiatry; empowering patients through imparting information, Psychiatriki,, 24(3) 2002-207  http://www.psych.gr/documents/psychiatry/24.3-EN-2013-202.pdf

 

Ikkos, G. (2010) The Futures of Psychiatrists: External and Internal Challenges, Editorial, International Psychiatry, 7: 79-81

 

Sugarman, P., Ikkos, G., Bailey, S. (2010) Choice in Mental Health: Participation and Recovery, Editorial, The Psychiatrist, 34(1) 1-3

Languages
Anglais
Grec

Consultant Psychiatrist, General Psychiatry

Recognised as a leading Clinical and Academic Psychiatrist I have served as a NHS Consultant Psychiatrist since 1990 and also as Director of Medical Education and Honorary Visiting Research Professor.

 

I am a General Adult Psychiatrist with expertise in a wide variety of Mental Health Conditions, including Anxiety and Mood related disorders and have special interests in Psychological Medicine, Psychosomatics and Pain. Through my long association with the London Child and Family Practice, where I have previously served as Executive Chairman, I have also developed special interest in the mental health problems of young adults.

 

As an expert I aim to deliver a thorough assessment to ensure, in the light of the latest clinical and research evidence and the patient’s personal preferences, the right choice or balance between treatment with talking and/or medication. I wish to ensure that those who do not need medication are not prescribed it and to suggest alternative help that works; also to ensure that those that need medication are offered safe prescription sooner rather than later.

 

You will find more about my views on psychiatry through the link to this editorial:

 

Ikkos, G. et al; Editorial: Psychiatry’s Contract with Society: What is expected?

 

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1600-0447.2011.01678.x/full )

Having served as President of the Royal Society of Medicine (RSM) Psychiatry Section I am now Director of the “Psychiatry in Dialogue with Neuroscience Medicine and Society” programme there. I am also Editorials Editor and Mental Health Law Profiles Editor of the Royal College of Psychiatrists journal “International Psychiatry”

 

As Director of Medical Education and more broadly as medical educator at Barnet Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust over a period of more than 20 years I have led in the training of hundreds of psychiatrists and have attracted repeated personal praise by the London Deanery for my leadership in Medical Education. My activities have included the development and facilitation of delivery of Leadership and Management training for both senior and junior doctors in the Trust. I have also been examiner at the Royal College of Psychiatrists and external examiner Imperial College School of Medicine.

My academic interests and over 30 peer reviewed professional publications include psychiatric ethics and training and the development of SNAPS: The Stanmore Nursing Assessment of Psychological Status, a training programme and system of educating hospital nurses to better understand and respond to patients’ emotions.

 

Selected publications:

 

Bhugra, D., Kuzman, M. R., Ikkos, G. et. al. (2014) EPA Guidance on the Role and Responsibilities of Psychiatrists, European Psychiatric Association- to be published in http://www.europsy.net/what-we-do/guidance-papers/

 

Ikkos, G. (2013) Psychosomatic Medicine and Liaison Psychiatry; empowering patients through imparting information, Psychiatriki,, 24(3) 2002-207  http://www.psych.gr/documents/psychiatry/24.3-EN-2013-202.pdf

 

Ikkos, G. (2010) The Futures of Psychiatrists: External and Internal Challenges, Editorial, International Psychiatry, 7: 79-81

 

Sugarman, P., Ikkos, G., Bailey, S. (2010) Choice in Mental Health: Participation and Recovery, Editorial, The Psychiatrist, 34(1) 1-3

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Grec

Doctor HORNE Alex

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist

Course

I was a consultant in child and adolescent psychiatry in the NHS for over 25 years in NELFT. I was medical director in NELFT for 6 years will 2014.

 

The problems young people experience fall into three categories.

 

Firstly they may develop a mental health condition, with symptoms, for example, depression, anxiety and OCD are common conditions.

 

Secondly they may have one of the neuro-developmental disorders, ADHD or ASD for example.

 

Thirdly they may have got into a significant struggle with managing how they feel. This problem is not a condition or a disorder but how they understand and process their feelings, which when it goes wrong leaves a young person feeling overwhelmed, isolated, even out of touch with their feelings, which can lead to cutting or other maladaptive behaviours. These three problems can present separately or together.

 

My approach is to take a developmental perspective, to explore the young persons history and life experiences, and from there assess for symptoms to identify if a condition is present, to look for neuro-developmental struggles and their associated behaviours and to explore emotional struggles. Once it is clear what the problem is it is possible to agree a treatment plan

Publications

My main aim is to help a child/young person to continue, or resume, a healthy development so they can achieve at school/college and socially.

Languages
Anglais

Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist

I was a consultant in child and adolescent psychiatry in the NHS for over 25 years in NELFT. I was medical director in NELFT for 6 years will 2014.

 

The problems young people experience fall into three categories.

 

Firstly they may develop a mental health condition, with symptoms, for example, depression, anxiety and OCD are common conditions.

 

Secondly they may have one of the neuro-developmental disorders, ADHD or ASD for example.

 

Thirdly they may have got into a significant struggle with managing how they feel. This problem is not a condition or a disorder but how they understand and process their feelings, which when it goes wrong leaves a young person feeling overwhelmed, isolated, even out of touch with their feelings, which can lead to cutting or other maladaptive behaviours. These three problems can present separately or together.

 

My approach is to take a developmental perspective, to explore the young persons history and life experiences, and from there assess for symptoms to identify if a condition is present, to look for neuro-developmental struggles and their associated behaviours and to explore emotional struggles. Once it is clear what the problem is it is possible to agree a treatment plan

My main aim is to help a child/young person to continue, or resume, a healthy development so they can achieve at school/college and socially.

Anglais

Doctor GUPTA Kamal

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist

Course
  • In Clinical Practice for 30 years
  • Consultant Psychiatrist South London and Maudsley Trust since 1997 (Adult In-patient/Community Psychiatry and Psychiatric Intensive Care)
  • Consultant Nightingale Hospital since 1999
  • Guy’s Medical Toxicology Clinic (1995-2005)
  • Consultant Psychiatrist Practioner Health Programme (PHP) 2008 – 2011 NHS service providing mental health care to sick doctors and dentists in London.
  • Amardeep, mental health services for South Asians (2000-2018).
  • Psychotherapy – psychodynamic, cognitive analytic, cognitive behavioural and solution focus.
  • Second opinion for complex and treatment resistant cases
  • Recognised Medico-legal expert in Criminal, Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence.
Publications

More to come

Languages
Anglais
Gujarati
Hindi
Punjabi
Urdu

Consultant Psychiatrist

  • In Clinical Practice for 30 years
  • Consultant Psychiatrist South London and Maudsley Trust since 1997 (Adult In-patient/Community Psychiatry and Psychiatric Intensive Care)
  • Consultant Nightingale Hospital since 1999
  • Guy’s Medical Toxicology Clinic (1995-2005)
  • Consultant Psychiatrist Practioner Health Programme (PHP) 2008 – 2011 NHS service providing mental health care to sick doctors and dentists in London.
  • Amardeep, mental health services for South Asians (2000-2018).
  • Psychotherapy – psychodynamic, cognitive analytic, cognitive behavioural and solution focus.
  • Second opinion for complex and treatment resistant cases
  • Recognised Medico-legal expert in Criminal, Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence.

More to come

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Gujarati
Hindi
Punjabi
Urdu

Doctor GRIBBIN Nora

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist

Course

I work in Private Practice as a Consultant Adult Psychiatrist and CBT Psychotherapist. I cover all aspects of Adult Mental Health from PsychosesAnxiety and Depression, Medically Unexplained Symptoms, Stress and Adjustment disorders, Work and Relationship issues. Previously I worked as an NHS Consultant in Adult Psychiatry in London for 15 years. My NHS Team was in the National final shortlist for the RCPsych ‘Team of the Year’ 2012. In 2017, I ran an NHS clinic for Complex Disorders.

Publications

I am Chair of the ‘CBT Medics’ Specialist Interest Group within the BABCP, the lead organisation for Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy. With my CBT qualified medical colleagues nationally, I chair meetings and organise and facilitate an annual conference. I examine the RCPsych professional examinations. Last pub; Routledge 2014 Author of 3 chapters ‘Responses to Terrorism’ Can psychosocial approaches break the cycle of violence?’

Languages
Anglais

Consultant Psychiatrist

I work in Private Practice as a Consultant Adult Psychiatrist and CBT Psychotherapist. I cover all aspects of Adult Mental Health from PsychosesAnxiety and Depression, Medically Unexplained Symptoms, Stress and Adjustment disorders, Work and Relationship issues. Previously I worked as an NHS Consultant in Adult Psychiatry in London for 15 years. My NHS Team was in the National final shortlist for the RCPsych ‘Team of the Year’ 2012. In 2017, I ran an NHS clinic for Complex Disorders.

I am Chair of the ‘CBT Medics’ Specialist Interest Group within the BABCP, the lead organisation for Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy. With my CBT qualified medical colleagues nationally, I chair meetings and organise and facilitate an annual conference. I examine the RCPsych professional examinations. Last pub; Routledge 2014 Author of 3 chapters ‘Responses to Terrorism’ Can psychosocial approaches break the cycle of violence?’

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Doctor GIAROLI Giovanni

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Child and Adolescent Consultant Psychiatrist

Course

I graduated in Medicine and Surgery with High Honours at the University of Modena in 2001. I consequently trained in general adult psychiatry at The World Health Organisation Collaborating Centre of Verona, obtaining my CCT in 2005. I then moved to Australia where I trained in child and adolescent psychiatry at the Intervention Centre for Early Psychosis at the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne. In 2007 I was offered a substantive position as a Child & Adolescent Consultant Psychiatrist in the NHS (North East London Foundation Trust) where I remained until 2014.

 

I am now a full time Consultant Psychiatrist in the private sector, treating psychiatric disorders across the lifespan (from childhood to adulthood).

 

I am also based at University College London where I focus my research on psychiatric genetics (ADHD, Bipolar Disorders and Intellectual Disabilities) and lecture in Biological Psychiatry and Psychopharmacology to masters students in mental health studies.

Publications
  • What Future Role Might N-Acetyl-Cysteine Have in the Treatment of Obsessive Compulsive and Grooming Disorders?: A Systematic Review.
    Smith L, Tracy DK, Giaroli G.
    J Clin Psychopharmacol. 2016 Feb;36(1):57-62.
  •  

  • The effect of the burden of copy number variation on behavioral and psychiatric symptoms in adults with idiopathic intellectual disability: a methodological approach utilizing brain expression and haploinsufficiency data. G Giaroli, N Bass, K Wolfe, A Strydom, A McQuillin. Abstract accepted to Word Congress of Psychiatric Genetics
    16-20 October, 2015
  •  

  • The diagnostic odyssey: barriers to genetic testing in UK intellectual disability psychiatry services. K Wolfe, N Bass, G Giaroli, A McQuillin. Abstract accepted to Word Congress of Psychiatric Genetics
    16-20 October, 2015
  •  

  • The influence of Copy Number Variation on behavioral and p[psychiatric symptoms on ID. A McQuillin, G Giaroli, K Wolfe, N Bass. Abstract accepted to SSBP 18th International Symposium. 2-5 September, 2015
  •  

  • Dementia praecox redux: a systematic review of the nicotinic receptor as a target for cognitive symptoms of schizophrenia.
    Rowe AR, Mercer L, Casetti V, Sendt KV, Giaroli G, Shergill SS, Tracy DK.
    J Psychopharmacol. 2015 Feb;29(2):197-211.
  •  

  • Taking the fuel out of the fire: evidence for the use of anti-inflammatory agents in the treatment of bipolar disorders.
    Ayorech Z, Tracy DK, Baumeister D, Giaroli G.
    J Affect Disord. 2015 Mar 15;174:467-78.
  •  

  • Does rare matter? Copy number variants at 16p11.2 and the risk of psychosis: a systematic review of literature and meta-analysis.
    Giaroli G, Bass N, Strydom A, Rantell K, McQuillin A.
    Schizophr Res. 2014 Nov;159(2-3):340-6.
  •  

  • Classical hallucinogens as antidepressants? A review of pharmacodynamics and putative clinical roles.
    Baumeister D, Barnes G, Giaroli G, Tracy D.
    Ther Adv Psychopharmacol. 2014 Aug;4(4):156-69.
  •  

  • Ketamine as the prototype glutamatergic antidepressant: pharmacodynamic actions, and a systematic review and meta-analysis of efficacy.
    Caddy C, Giaroli G, White TP, Shergill SS, Tracy DK.
    Ther Adv Psychopharmacol. 2014 Apr;4(2):75-99.
  •  

  • The use of antipsychotics in preschoolers: a veto or a sensible last option?
    Memarzia J, Tracy D, Giaroli G.
    J Psychopharmacol. 2014 Apr;28(4):303-19.
  •  

  • To sleep or not to sleep: a systematic review of the literature of pharmacological treatments of insomnia in children and adolescents with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.
    Barrett JR, Tracy DK, Giaroli G.
    J Child Adolesc Psychopharmacol. 2013 Dec;23(10):640-7.
  •  

  • Drug attitude in adolescents: a key factor for a comprehensive assessment.
    Molteni S, Giaroli G, Rossi G, Comelli M, Rajendraprasad M, Balottin U.
    J Clin Psychopharmacol. 2014 Feb;34(1):99-108.
  •  

  • Beyond dopamine: glutamate as a target for future antipsychotics.
    Sendt KV, Giaroli G, Tracy DK.
    ISRN Pharmacol. 2012;2012:427267.
  •  

  • Bipolar depression: clinically missed, pharmacologically mismanaged.
    Lloyd LC, Giaroli G, Taylor D, Tracy DK.
    Ther Adv Psychopharmacol. 2011 Oct;1(5):153-62.
  •  

  • Performance of the Italian version of the subjective well-being under neuroleptic (SWN) scale in schizophrenic outpatients.
    Balestrieri M, Giaroli G, Mazzi M, Bellantuono C.
    Pharmacopsychiatry. 2006 May;39(3):81-4.
  •  

  • Psychiatric disorders and depression in multiple sclerosis outpatients: impact of disability and interferon beta therapy.
    Galeazzi GM, Ferrari S, Giaroli G, Mackinnon A, Merelli E, Motti L, Rigatelli M.
    Neurol Sci. 2005 Oct;26(4):255-62.
Languages
Anglais
Italien

Child and Adolescent Consultant Psychiatrist

I graduated in Medicine and Surgery with High Honours at the University of Modena in 2001. I consequently trained in general adult psychiatry at The World Health Organisation Collaborating Centre of Verona, obtaining my CCT in 2005. I then moved to Australia where I trained in child and adolescent psychiatry at the Intervention Centre for Early Psychosis at the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne. In 2007 I was offered a substantive position as a Child & Adolescent Consultant Psychiatrist in the NHS (North East London Foundation Trust) where I remained until 2014.

 

I am now a full time Consultant Psychiatrist in the private sector, treating psychiatric disorders across the lifespan (from childhood to adulthood).

 

I am also based at University College London where I focus my research on psychiatric genetics (ADHD, Bipolar Disorders and Intellectual Disabilities) and lecture in Biological Psychiatry and Psychopharmacology to masters students in mental health studies.

  • What Future Role Might N-Acetyl-Cysteine Have in the Treatment of Obsessive Compulsive and Grooming Disorders?: A Systematic Review.
    Smith L, Tracy DK, Giaroli G.
    J Clin Psychopharmacol. 2016 Feb;36(1):57-62.
  •  

  • The effect of the burden of copy number variation on behavioral and psychiatric symptoms in adults with idiopathic intellectual disability: a methodological approach utilizing brain expression and haploinsufficiency data. G Giaroli, N Bass, K Wolfe, A Strydom, A McQuillin. Abstract accepted to Word Congress of Psychiatric Genetics
    16-20 October, 2015
  •  

  • The diagnostic odyssey: barriers to genetic testing in UK intellectual disability psychiatry services. K Wolfe, N Bass, G Giaroli, A McQuillin. Abstract accepted to Word Congress of Psychiatric Genetics
    16-20 October, 2015
  •  

  • The influence of Copy Number Variation on behavioral and p[psychiatric symptoms on ID. A McQuillin, G Giaroli, K Wolfe, N Bass. Abstract accepted to SSBP 18th International Symposium. 2-5 September, 2015
  •  

  • Dementia praecox redux: a systematic review of the nicotinic receptor as a target for cognitive symptoms of schizophrenia.
    Rowe AR, Mercer L, Casetti V, Sendt KV, Giaroli G, Shergill SS, Tracy DK.
    J Psychopharmacol. 2015 Feb;29(2):197-211.
  •  

  • Taking the fuel out of the fire: evidence for the use of anti-inflammatory agents in the treatment of bipolar disorders.
    Ayorech Z, Tracy DK, Baumeister D, Giaroli G.
    J Affect Disord. 2015 Mar 15;174:467-78.
  •  

  • Does rare matter? Copy number variants at 16p11.2 and the risk of psychosis: a systematic review of literature and meta-analysis.
    Giaroli G, Bass N, Strydom A, Rantell K, McQuillin A.
    Schizophr Res. 2014 Nov;159(2-3):340-6.
  •  

  • Classical hallucinogens as antidepressants? A review of pharmacodynamics and putative clinical roles.
    Baumeister D, Barnes G, Giaroli G, Tracy D.
    Ther Adv Psychopharmacol. 2014 Aug;4(4):156-69.
  •  

  • Ketamine as the prototype glutamatergic antidepressant: pharmacodynamic actions, and a systematic review and meta-analysis of efficacy.
    Caddy C, Giaroli G, White TP, Shergill SS, Tracy DK.
    Ther Adv Psychopharmacol. 2014 Apr;4(2):75-99.
  •  

  • The use of antipsychotics in preschoolers: a veto or a sensible last option?
    Memarzia J, Tracy D, Giaroli G.
    J Psychopharmacol. 2014 Apr;28(4):303-19.
  •  

  • To sleep or not to sleep: a systematic review of the literature of pharmacological treatments of insomnia in children and adolescents with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.
    Barrett JR, Tracy DK, Giaroli G.
    J Child Adolesc Psychopharmacol. 2013 Dec;23(10):640-7.
  •  

  • Drug attitude in adolescents: a key factor for a comprehensive assessment.
    Molteni S, Giaroli G, Rossi G, Comelli M, Rajendraprasad M, Balottin U.
    J Clin Psychopharmacol. 2014 Feb;34(1):99-108.
  •  

  • Beyond dopamine: glutamate as a target for future antipsychotics.
    Sendt KV, Giaroli G, Tracy DK.
    ISRN Pharmacol. 2012;2012:427267.
  •  

  • Bipolar depression: clinically missed, pharmacologically mismanaged.
    Lloyd LC, Giaroli G, Taylor D, Tracy DK.
    Ther Adv Psychopharmacol. 2011 Oct;1(5):153-62.
  •  

  • Performance of the Italian version of the subjective well-being under neuroleptic (SWN) scale in schizophrenic outpatients.
    Balestrieri M, Giaroli G, Mazzi M, Bellantuono C.
    Pharmacopsychiatry. 2006 May;39(3):81-4.
  •  

  • Psychiatric disorders and depression in multiple sclerosis outpatients: impact of disability and interferon beta therapy.
    Galeazzi GM, Ferrari S, Giaroli G, Mackinnon A, Merelli E, Motti L, Rigatelli M.
    Neurol Sci. 2005 Oct;26(4):255-62.

Anglais
Italien

Doctor FOX Helena

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale - Troubles du comportement alimentaire

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Eating Disorder Consultant Psychiatrist, Specialist in Eating Disorders , General Psychiatry

Course

I qualified in medicine at the Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine in 1982. Following this I worked in Obstetrics & Gynaecology and Casualty and then began to specialise in Psychiatry in 1984. I trained at Kings College and the Maudsley Hospitals in London and in 1989 gained Membership of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. I became a Senior Registrar on the Oxford part time training scheme and gained a CCST in General Adult Psychiatry 1998. During this time, I gained extensive experience in acute general psychiatry and psychological treatment methods including individual and group dynamic psychotherapy. In addition, I hold a certificate in Cognitive Therapy (Oxford Post Qualification course 1994). Using this relevant experience, I started to work in the field of Eating Disorders. I worked as an NHS Consultant in Buckinghamshire from 1999 – 2003. This post included acute general psychiatry for adults and Project Leadership for setting up a new adult eating disorder service in Buckinghamshire and appointing an outpatient specialist team for the county. This service is now combined with Oxfordshire. In 2003, I moved into private practice to work with the specialist Eating Disorder team at Nightingale Hospital London.

Publications

I have taught and lectured including and have given a series of educative talks to schools, medical colleagues and allied professions about various aspects of eating disorders including, ‘Anorexia and Bulimia Nervosa: Current Management Menu’, ’The Dangers of Dieting’, and ‘Eating Disorders and Reproduction’.

 

I have a Masters in Social Sculpture (a contemporary art form with theoretical underpinnings in Philosophy). I am now engaged in part-time arts-based PhD research exploring links between this field and Medicine. My research concern is, broadly, how connective aesthetic practices may make clinical practice more humane.

 

I am co-convener of the Aesthetics in Mental Health Group (AiMH) which I founded in in 2014. This continues with annual symposium. This group incorporates theory and practice of philosophy, psychiatry and related disciplines. This group is part of the Collaborating Centre for Values-Based Health and Social Care at St Catherine’s College, Oxford.

Languages
Anglais

Eating Disorder Consultant Psychiatrist, Specialist in Eating Disorders , General Psychiatry

I qualified in medicine at the Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine in 1982. Following this I worked in Obstetrics & Gynaecology and Casualty and then began to specialise in Psychiatry in 1984. I trained at Kings College and the Maudsley Hospitals in London and in 1989 gained Membership of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. I became a Senior Registrar on the Oxford part time training scheme and gained a CCST in General Adult Psychiatry 1998. During this time, I gained extensive experience in acute general psychiatry and psychological treatment methods including individual and group dynamic psychotherapy. In addition, I hold a certificate in Cognitive Therapy (Oxford Post Qualification course 1994). Using this relevant experience, I started to work in the field of Eating Disorders. I worked as an NHS Consultant in Buckinghamshire from 1999 – 2003. This post included acute general psychiatry for adults and Project Leadership for setting up a new adult eating disorder service in Buckinghamshire and appointing an outpatient specialist team for the county. This service is now combined with Oxfordshire. In 2003, I moved into private practice to work with the specialist Eating Disorder team at Nightingale Hospital London.

I have taught and lectured including and have given a series of educative talks to schools, medical colleagues and allied professions about various aspects of eating disorders including, ‘Anorexia and Bulimia Nervosa: Current Management Menu’, ’The Dangers of Dieting’, and ‘Eating Disorders and Reproduction’.

 

I have a Masters in Social Sculpture (a contemporary art form with theoretical underpinnings in Philosophy). I am now engaged in part-time arts-based PhD research exploring links between this field and Medicine. My research concern is, broadly, how connective aesthetic practices may make clinical practice more humane.

 

I am co-convener of the Aesthetics in Mental Health Group (AiMH) which I founded in in 2014. This continues with annual symposium. This group incorporates theory and practice of philosophy, psychiatry and related disciplines. This group is part of the Collaborating Centre for Values-Based Health and Social Care at St Catherine’s College, Oxford.

Anglais

Doctor FOURIE Hannelie

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist , General Psychiatry, Older Adult Psychiatry

Course

I am a Consultant Psychiatrist with dual registration in General Adult Psychiatry and Old Age Psychiatry and did my Postgraduate Training at St George’s Hospital and St Mary’s Hospital in London. My private practices are situated in central London, based at Nightingale Hospital London and the Roodlane Medical Centre, New Broad Street. My field of interest is, amongst others, focused on professionals suffering from depression and anxiety in high stress business environments. I am also involved with the PJ Care Group, a 200 bed private specialist neuro-rehabilitation and neuropsychiatry centre as Medical Director. I have a vast experience in the field of cognitive (memory) problems.

 

Academically I am an Honorary Senior Lecturer at Hertfordshire University and teach on the MRCPsych course which I also co-organise.

Publications

1. Co morbid depression in OCD: Symptomatic difference to Major Depressive Disorder. With Prof N Fineberg (Journal of Affective Disorders – 2005).

 

2. Poster Exhibition: Depression in OCD: Symptom Profile – European Neuro, Psychopharmacology Conference, Stockholm, 2004

 

3. Cost-Effectiveness of Nidotherapy for co-morbid PD and severe mental illness: RCT. With Prof Peter Tyrer & others (Epidemiologica Psichiatria Sociale – 2009).

Languages
Anglais
Afrikaans

Consultant Psychiatrist , General Psychiatry, Older Adult Psychiatry

I am a Consultant Psychiatrist with dual registration in General Adult Psychiatry and Old Age Psychiatry and did my Postgraduate Training at St George’s Hospital and St Mary’s Hospital in London. My private practices are situated in central London, based at Nightingale Hospital London and the Roodlane Medical Centre, New Broad Street. My field of interest is, amongst others, focused on professionals suffering from depression and anxiety in high stress business environments. I am also involved with the PJ Care Group, a 200 bed private specialist neuro-rehabilitation and neuropsychiatry centre as Medical Director. I have a vast experience in the field of cognitive (memory) problems.

 

Academically I am an Honorary Senior Lecturer at Hertfordshire University and teach on the MRCPsych course which I also co-organise.

1. Co morbid depression in OCD: Symptomatic difference to Major Depressive Disorder. With Prof N Fineberg (Journal of Affective Disorders – 2005).

 

2. Poster Exhibition: Depression in OCD: Symptom Profile – European Neuro, Psychopharmacology Conference, Stockholm, 2004

 

3. Cost-Effectiveness of Nidotherapy for co-morbid PD and severe mental illness: RCT. With Prof Peter Tyrer & others (Epidemiologica Psichiatria Sociale – 2009).

Anglais
Afrikaans

Doctor FIERTAG Olivia

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist

Course

I am a Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist with more than 12 years NHS clinical experience supporting children and families, and 8 years experience in teaching and clinical research at Imperial College London. I trained as a doctor at the University of Aberdeen and completed my psychiatric training at St Mary’s Hospital, London.

 

As an NHS Consultant, I led multidisciplinary teams in CAMHS Inpatient and Crisis Services (Forest House Adolescent Unit, HPFT NHS Trust); Outpatient Generic CAMHS, Specialist Paediatric Liaison and Neurodevelopmental services (CNWL, BEH NHS Trusts, London). I support children, adolescents and their families across the range of mild to severe difficulties (including anxiety, depression, autism, ADHD, somatising) that can arise throughout the different developmental life stages.

 

I have completed additional training at the University of Oxford in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and am a qualified CBT therapist. I am also qualified in specialised ADHD and Autism assessments e.g. ADOS(Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule) and ADIR(Autism Diagnostic Interview-Revised).

 

I have clinical and research expertise in supporting children with physical manifestations of psychological distress. I also have particular experience in supporting the emotional health of children who have a physical condition, and have run specialist clinics for children with diabetes and epilepsy.

 

I have worked with many different cultures and communities in the UK. Additionally, I have developed mental health services and education with NGO’s and Governmental Organisations overseas, including in Ghana, Malawi, Ethiopia. These experiences have enhanced my understanding of the spiritual and cultural influences in mental and physical health.

Publications

I am active in research and teaching doctors, nurses, therapists and also provide talks for parents and schools. I have particular clinical and research expertise in child and adolescent psychiatry, specifically relating to somatising (where psychological distress is experienced as physical symptoms), helping children and adolescents cope with physical illness and self harm. I also have extensive experience in assessing and managing Autism, ADHD, anxietyOCD and depression.

 

Recent publications:
Fiertag, O., and Eminson, M. (2014) Somatising in children and adolescents: Management and outcomes. In: Huline-Dickens, S. Clinical Topics In Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (pp201-217). London: RCPsych Publications.

 

Fiertag, O., Taylor, S., Tareen, A., and Garralda, E. (2012) Somatoform Disorders. In: Rey, J.M. The International Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professionals (IACAPAP) e-Textbook of Child and Adolescent Mental Health.

Languages
Anglais

Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist

I am a Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist with more than 12 years NHS clinical experience supporting children and families, and 8 years experience in teaching and clinical research at Imperial College London. I trained as a doctor at the University of Aberdeen and completed my psychiatric training at St Mary’s Hospital, London.

 

As an NHS Consultant, I led multidisciplinary teams in CAMHS Inpatient and Crisis Services (Forest House Adolescent Unit, HPFT NHS Trust); Outpatient Generic CAMHS, Specialist Paediatric Liaison and Neurodevelopmental services (CNWL, BEH NHS Trusts, London). I support children, adolescents and their families across the range of mild to severe difficulties (including anxiety, depression, autism, ADHD, somatising) that can arise throughout the different developmental life stages.

 

I have completed additional training at the University of Oxford in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and am a qualified CBT therapist. I am also qualified in specialised ADHD and Autism assessments e.g. ADOS(Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule) and ADIR(Autism Diagnostic Interview-Revised).

 

I have clinical and research expertise in supporting children with physical manifestations of psychological distress. I also have particular experience in supporting the emotional health of children who have a physical condition, and have run specialist clinics for children with diabetes and epilepsy.

 

I have worked with many different cultures and communities in the UK. Additionally, I have developed mental health services and education with NGO’s and Governmental Organisations overseas, including in Ghana, Malawi, Ethiopia. These experiences have enhanced my understanding of the spiritual and cultural influences in mental and physical health.

I am active in research and teaching doctors, nurses, therapists and also provide talks for parents and schools. I have particular clinical and research expertise in child and adolescent psychiatry, specifically relating to somatising (where psychological distress is experienced as physical symptoms), helping children and adolescents cope with physical illness and self harm. I also have extensive experience in assessing and managing Autism, ADHD, anxietyOCD and depression.

 

Recent publications:
Fiertag, O., and Eminson, M. (2014) Somatising in children and adolescents: Management and outcomes. In: Huline-Dickens, S. Clinical Topics In Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (pp201-217). London: RCPsych Publications.

 

Fiertag, O., Taylor, S., Tareen, A., and Garralda, E. (2012) Somatoform Disorders. In: Rey, J.M. The International Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professionals (IACAPAP) e-Textbook of Child and Adolescent Mental Health.

Anglais

Doctor AL FALAHE Najem

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale - Addictologie

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant psychiatrist, Addiction counsellor, Psychotherapist, Therapist

Languages : Arabic, English, Swedish

Course

I have been working in the mental health sector since 1994 in Sweden, U.K. and as an adviser in several Arabic countries. I have extensive experience in basic research, applied research and each of the four clinical settings in medicine: family medicine, neurology, neurophysiology and psychiatry. My PhD thesis focused on the impact of human behaviour on changes in brain activity. My work at the Karoliniska Nobel hospital, was mainly focused on the research and treatment of bipolar affective disorders at the world leading bipolar centre. The centre has a capacity of 1200 outpatients with inpatient facilities addressing the need of the bipolar patients during crisis and recovery. I also worked at the Bipolar centre at Oxford University Hospital. I am the UK Chief investigator for the BRIDGE screening programme. The purpose of this study was to screen patients with depression who might suffer from concealed Bipolar illnesses. 5564 patients were screened world-wide. This study has an impact on the definition and diagnosis of the Bipolar Affective Spectrum. I teach medical students, supervise junior doctors and mentor new consultant psychiatrists. I was awarded a prize by the Swedish Medical Association for my work in helping overseas doctors to efficiently integrate into the Swedish health system.

Publications
  • Al-Falahe NA, Vallbo AB (1988). Role of the human fusimotor system in a motor adaptation task. J Physiol (Lond) 1988 Jul:401:77-95
  •  

  • Al-Falahe NA, Nagaoka M, Vallbo AB (1990). Response profiles of human muscle afferents during active finger movements. Brain 1990 Apr:113 (Pt 2):325-46
  •  

  • Vallbo AB, Al-Falahe NA (1990). Human muscle spindle response in a motor learning task. J Physiol (Lond) 1990 Feb:421:553-68
  •  

  • Al-Falahe NA, Nagaoka M, Vallbo AB (1990). Lack of fusimotor modulation in a motor adaptation task in man. Acta Physiol Scand 1990 Sep;140(1):23-30
  •  

  • Al-Falahe NA, Nagaoka M, Vallbo AB (1991). Dual response from human muscle spindles in fast voluntary movements (1991). Acta Physiol Scand 1991 Mar:141(3):363-71.
  •  

  • Vallbo AB & Al-Falahe NA (1992). Human muscle spindle in sampling and reproduction of precision finger movements. In muscle afferents and spinal control of movement. Ed. Jami, L., Pierrot-Deseilligny, E.& Zytincki, D. pp 143-150. Pergamon press.
  •  

  • Zafar, H, Eriksson, P-O, Nordh, E & Al-Falahe, N (1995) Coordinated human jaw-head-neck movements during natural jaw opening: reproducible movement patterns indicate linked motor control. In: Alpha and Gamma Motor Systems, Eds. Taylor, A. Gladden, M. & Durababa, R. London, Plenum Press, pp. 502-504.
  •  

  • Nordh, E, Al-Falahe, N, Eriksson, P-O and Zafar, H (1995) “Spatial activation maps”- a delineation of the discharge patterns of human alpha-moto­neurons in relation to three-dimensionally recorded movements. In: Alpha and Gamma Motor Systems, Eds. Taylor, A.Gladden, M. & Durababa, R. London, Plenum Press, pp. 544-546.
  •  

  • Nordh, E, Al-Falahe, N, Eriksson, P-O, Zafar H (1996) “Spatial activa­tion maps”- Bioelectric signals related to 3D recorded movements. NeuroImage, 3, 63 – 68.
  •  

  • Ekblad S, Eklundh T, Wennström C, Al-Falahe N, Kansala R, Westin M (1997). Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome in patients with foreigner background. Stress Research Report. Number 272. [Article in Swedish, Abstract in English]
  •  

  • Ekblad S, Kansala R, Al-Falahe N, Cirgic Z, Wennström C, Larsson-Ericsson S (1998). Diagnostic assessment and treatment of patients with immigrant background at a psychiatric out-patient clinic in a suburb of Stockholm. Stress Research Report. Number 280. [Article in Swedish, Abstract in English]
  •  

  • Ekblad, S., Bäärnhielm, S., Al-Falahe, N., Nilsson, L., Rosen, L., Roth, G. (1998). Treatment of tortured patients in Istanbul. Kantt, The council of tortured offers. 1998:3:24-26
  •  

  • Ekblad S, Johansson U, Cirgic Z, Kansala R, Rosen L, Al-Falahe N, Lindvall I (1999). [Experiences from a centre for asylum-seeking persons: consultation is necessary to be able to cope].[Article in Swedish] Lakartidningen 1999 Jun 2;96(22):2746-7.
  •  

  • Ekblad S, Söndergaard H P, Al-Falahe N, (1999). Refugees with post-traumatic stress reactions. Obstacles for integration in work opportunities. Saltsa report. Joint programme for working life research in Europe.
  •  

  • Widerström M, Al-Falahe N, Hellden A, Salmonsson M, Westrin C-G, Ekblad S (1999). Foreigner doctors – a resource in the Swedish Health System. A report from the Swedish Physician Organisations.
  •  

  • Al-Falahe N. The Provincial development of Overseas Doctors in the Swedish Health System. The Swedish Medical Association Meeting 26-28 November 2003, Stockholm, Sweden.
  •  

  • Al-Falahe N. & Dhillon C., the Physical health of patient with severe mental health problems at Inpatient and Outpatient Units. Manuscript
  •  

  • 18 Al-Falahe N. Frequency of positively screened bipolar disorders in patients with the diagnosis of major depressive episode. Manuscript
Languages
Anglais
Arabe

Consultant psychiatrist, Addiction counsellor, Psychotherapist, Therapist

Languages : Arabic, English, Swedish

I have been working in the mental health sector since 1994 in Sweden, U.K. and as an adviser in several Arabic countries. I have extensive experience in basic research, applied research and each of the four clinical settings in medicine: family medicine, neurology, neurophysiology and psychiatry. My PhD thesis focused on the impact of human behaviour on changes in brain activity. My work at the Karoliniska Nobel hospital, was mainly focused on the research and treatment of bipolar affective disorders at the world leading bipolar centre. The centre has a capacity of 1200 outpatients with inpatient facilities addressing the need of the bipolar patients during crisis and recovery. I also worked at the Bipolar centre at Oxford University Hospital. I am the UK Chief investigator for the BRIDGE screening programme. The purpose of this study was to screen patients with depression who might suffer from concealed Bipolar illnesses. 5564 patients were screened world-wide. This study has an impact on the definition and diagnosis of the Bipolar Affective Spectrum. I teach medical students, supervise junior doctors and mentor new consultant psychiatrists. I was awarded a prize by the Swedish Medical Association for my work in helping overseas doctors to efficiently integrate into the Swedish health system.

  • Al-Falahe NA, Vallbo AB (1988). Role of the human fusimotor system in a motor adaptation task. J Physiol (Lond) 1988 Jul:401:77-95
  •  

  • Al-Falahe NA, Nagaoka M, Vallbo AB (1990). Response profiles of human muscle afferents during active finger movements. Brain 1990 Apr:113 (Pt 2):325-46
  •  

  • Vallbo AB, Al-Falahe NA (1990). Human muscle spindle response in a motor learning task. J Physiol (Lond) 1990 Feb:421:553-68
  •  

  • Al-Falahe NA, Nagaoka M, Vallbo AB (1990). Lack of fusimotor modulation in a motor adaptation task in man. Acta Physiol Scand 1990 Sep;140(1):23-30
  •  

  • Al-Falahe NA, Nagaoka M, Vallbo AB (1991). Dual response from human muscle spindles in fast voluntary movements (1991). Acta Physiol Scand 1991 Mar:141(3):363-71.
  •  

  • Vallbo AB & Al-Falahe NA (1992). Human muscle spindle in sampling and reproduction of precision finger movements. In muscle afferents and spinal control of movement. Ed. Jami, L., Pierrot-Deseilligny, E.& Zytincki, D. pp 143-150. Pergamon press.
  •  

  • Zafar, H, Eriksson, P-O, Nordh, E & Al-Falahe, N (1995) Coordinated human jaw-head-neck movements during natural jaw opening: reproducible movement patterns indicate linked motor control. In: Alpha and Gamma Motor Systems, Eds. Taylor, A. Gladden, M. & Durababa, R. London, Plenum Press, pp. 502-504.
  •  

  • Nordh, E, Al-Falahe, N, Eriksson, P-O and Zafar, H (1995) “Spatial activation maps”- a delineation of the discharge patterns of human alpha-moto­neurons in relation to three-dimensionally recorded movements. In: Alpha and Gamma Motor Systems, Eds. Taylor, A.Gladden, M. & Durababa, R. London, Plenum Press, pp. 544-546.
  •  

  • Nordh, E, Al-Falahe, N, Eriksson, P-O, Zafar H (1996) “Spatial activa­tion maps”- Bioelectric signals related to 3D recorded movements. NeuroImage, 3, 63 – 68.
  •  

  • Ekblad S, Eklundh T, Wennström C, Al-Falahe N, Kansala R, Westin M (1997). Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome in patients with foreigner background. Stress Research Report. Number 272. [Article in Swedish, Abstract in English]
  •  

  • Ekblad S, Kansala R, Al-Falahe N, Cirgic Z, Wennström C, Larsson-Ericsson S (1998). Diagnostic assessment and treatment of patients with immigrant background at a psychiatric out-patient clinic in a suburb of Stockholm. Stress Research Report. Number 280. [Article in Swedish, Abstract in English]
  •  

  • Ekblad, S., Bäärnhielm, S., Al-Falahe, N., Nilsson, L., Rosen, L., Roth, G. (1998). Treatment of tortured patients in Istanbul. Kantt, The council of tortured offers. 1998:3:24-26
  •  

  • Ekblad S, Johansson U, Cirgic Z, Kansala R, Rosen L, Al-Falahe N, Lindvall I (1999). [Experiences from a centre for asylum-seeking persons: consultation is necessary to be able to cope].[Article in Swedish] Lakartidningen 1999 Jun 2;96(22):2746-7.
  •  

  • Ekblad S, Söndergaard H P, Al-Falahe N, (1999). Refugees with post-traumatic stress reactions. Obstacles for integration in work opportunities. Saltsa report. Joint programme for working life research in Europe.
  •  

  • Widerström M, Al-Falahe N, Hellden A, Salmonsson M, Westrin C-G, Ekblad S (1999). Foreigner doctors – a resource in the Swedish Health System. A report from the Swedish Physician Organisations.
  •  

  • Al-Falahe N. The Provincial development of Overseas Doctors in the Swedish Health System. The Swedish Medical Association Meeting 26-28 November 2003, Stockholm, Sweden.
  •  

  • Al-Falahe N. & Dhillon C., the Physical health of patient with severe mental health problems at Inpatient and Outpatient Units. Manuscript
  •  

  • 18 Al-Falahe N. Frequency of positively screened bipolar disorders in patients with the diagnosis of major depressive episode. Manuscript

Anglais
Arabe

Doctor EAPEN Elza

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist

Course

I am a Consultant Psychiatrist and am on the Specialist Register of the General Medical Council. I have over 25 years experience in General Adult Psychiatry.

 

I completed my specialist training in Psychiatry and obtained my Membership of the Royal College of Psychiatrists in 1984. I then worked closely for a number of years with the late Professor Linford Rees, Past President of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and, during that time, successfully ran the Huntecombe Manor Hospital as its Medical Director between 1989 and 1992.

 

Since then, I have been based in Central London and I have established a successful practice in General Adult Psychiatry with a special interest in Work-related Stress Disorder, Affective Disorders including Major Depressive Disorders and Bipolar Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, Schizophrenia and Psychopharmacology.

 

I am approved under Section 12 of the Mental Health Act and I am also approved as an approved clinician for purposes of the Act.

 

My work also involves liaison psychiatry with assessment of patients in general hospitals, such as the London Clinic at the request of colleagues from other medical and surgical specialities.

 

I am in good professional standing with the Royal College of Psychiatrists for purposes of CPD (Continuing Professional Development).

 

I am on the approved specialist list of all the private medical insurance providers.

Publications

More to come

Languages
Anglais

Consultant Psychiatrist

I am a Consultant Psychiatrist and am on the Specialist Register of the General Medical Council. I have over 25 years experience in General Adult Psychiatry.

 

I completed my specialist training in Psychiatry and obtained my Membership of the Royal College of Psychiatrists in 1984. I then worked closely for a number of years with the late Professor Linford Rees, Past President of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and, during that time, successfully ran the Huntecombe Manor Hospital as its Medical Director between 1989 and 1992.

 

Since then, I have been based in Central London and I have established a successful practice in General Adult Psychiatry with a special interest in Work-related Stress Disorder, Affective Disorders including Major Depressive Disorders and Bipolar Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, Schizophrenia and Psychopharmacology.

 

I am approved under Section 12 of the Mental Health Act and I am also approved as an approved clinician for purposes of the Act.

 

My work also involves liaison psychiatry with assessment of patients in general hospitals, such as the London Clinic at the request of colleagues from other medical and surgical specialities.

 

I am in good professional standing with the Royal College of Psychiatrists for purposes of CPD (Continuing Professional Development).

 

I am on the approved specialist list of all the private medical insurance providers.

More to come

Anglais

Doctor D'AGNONE Oscar

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale - Addictologie

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist, Addiction Specialist

Course

I am one of the UK’s most senior and respected medical addictions specialists. Until December 2015, I was Medical Director for one of the largest addictions organisations in the UK and Europe. The medical team I set up 10 years ago were safely treating 50,000 patients across England and Wales. At the moment I am a Medical Director of The OAD Clinic in London and CEO of Seagrave Healthcare Ltd, a private company providing drug treatment interventions and service management in for over 15 years in the UK. I am Honorary professor of the Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences, Institute of Brain Behaviour and Mental Health, at University of Manchester, I am a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. I am author of many papers and books on addictions, and I published widely in the professional medical press. I am a specialist adviser for governments, pharmaceuticals, while also maintaining a high level of clinical interactivity with my patients. I chairs or clinical lead for many of the most important medical and academic addiction conferences both in the UK and abroad.

Publications

Over the years I have written many scientific papers and books, and present regularly in major national and international scientific conferences and symposia.

 

I am senior adviser for governments and pharmaceuticals on policy strategy and new drugs research and development.

Languages
Anglais
Espagnol
Italien

Consultant Psychiatrist, Addiction Specialist

I am one of the UK’s most senior and respected medical addictions specialists. Until December 2015, I was Medical Director for one of the largest addictions organisations in the UK and Europe. The medical team I set up 10 years ago were safely treating 50,000 patients across England and Wales. At the moment I am a Medical Director of The OAD Clinic in London and CEO of Seagrave Healthcare Ltd, a private company providing drug treatment interventions and service management in for over 15 years in the UK. I am Honorary professor of the Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences, Institute of Brain Behaviour and Mental Health, at University of Manchester, I am a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. I am author of many papers and books on addictions, and I published widely in the professional medical press. I am a specialist adviser for governments, pharmaceuticals, while also maintaining a high level of clinical interactivity with my patients. I chairs or clinical lead for many of the most important medical and academic addiction conferences both in the UK and abroad.

Over the years I have written many scientific papers and books, and present regularly in major national and international scientific conferences and symposia.

 

I am senior adviser for governments and pharmaceuticals on policy strategy and new drugs research and development.

Anglais
Espagnol
Italien

Doctor DUCCI Francesca

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist

Course

I am a general adult psychiatrist working in both the NHS and private sector in London.

 

I completed my medical education in Italy and my postgraduate qualification in General Adult Psychiatry both in Italy and in the UK. I have e deep interest in research and I worked for four years at the National Institute of Health (NIH), Bethesda, USA. In 2008 I completed a PhD in addiction biology.

 

Over the years, I developed a broad range of clinical and research expertise working in Italy, UK and USA.

 

I have experience in the assessment and treatment of different types of Psychiatric disorders including Anxiety (Panic DisorderObsessive Compulsive DisorderPost Traumatic Stress Disorder, Generalized Anxiety), Mood Disorders (DepressionBipolar Illness), Psychosis (e.g. Schizophrenia), and Personality Disorders.

 

I have a special interest in Neuropsychiatry that includes the treatment of Functional Neurological Syndromes (or Conversion disorders) such as non-epileptic seizures. I am also interested in the management of mental health problems in patients who are also affected by neurological conditions (e.g. Epilepsy and Parkinson’s disease).

 

I worked in multiple psychiatric services within NHS including the Early Intervention Unit for Psychosis (South London and Maudsley NHS trust), Home Treatment Team, Community Mental Health Team, the Neuropsychiatric Department at St George’s Hospital (South West London & St George’s Mental Health Trust).

 

Since 2013, I have been appointed as substantive Consultant Psychiatrist at South West London & St George’s Mental Health Trust.

Publications

I believe research is fundamental in improving our ability to understand and treat mental health problems. I am very interested in understanding how genetic and environmental factors can jointly predispose to psychiatric disorders.  Indeed, this is a first step toward the development of new treatments.

 

I started my research activity in 2004 working as postdoctoral visiting fellow at the prestigious National Institute of Health, (NIH) Bethesda, USA. At NIH, I focused my research interest on addiction and personality disorders. As a result of my work, I obtained a PhD in neurobiology of affective disorder in 2008. In London, I continued my research activity working as Clinical Lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatry Kings College London.

 

I have published over 35 articles for international scientific journals. Below are six selected publications:

 

1. Investigating the possible causal association of smoking with depression and anxiety using Mendelian randomisation meta-analysis: the CARTA consortium. BMJ Open. 2014. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25293386

 

2. Distinct loci in the CHRNA5/CHRNA3/CHRNB4 gene cluster are associated with onset of regular smoking. Genet Epidemiol. 2013. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24186853

 

3. TTC12-ANKK1-DRD2 and CHRNA5-CHRNA3-CHRNB4 Influence Different Pathways Leading to Smoking Behavior from Adolescence to Mid-Adulthood. Biological Psychiatry 2011. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21168125

 

4. Genome-wide association and genetic functional studies identify autism susceptibility candidate 2 gene (AUTS2) in the regulation of alcohol consumption. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 2011.https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21471458

 

5. Interaction between a functional MAOA locus and childhood sexual abuse predicts alcoholism and antisocial personality disorder in adult women. Molecular Psychiatry 2008. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17592478

 

6. The genetics of addictions: uncovering the genes. Nat Rev Genet, 2005. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15995696

Languages
Anglais
Italien

Consultant Psychiatrist

I am a general adult psychiatrist working in both the NHS and private sector in London.

 

I completed my medical education in Italy and my postgraduate qualification in General Adult Psychiatry both in Italy and in the UK. I have e deep interest in research and I worked for four years at the National Institute of Health (NIH), Bethesda, USA. In 2008 I completed a PhD in addiction biology.

 

Over the years, I developed a broad range of clinical and research expertise working in Italy, UK and USA.

 

I have experience in the assessment and treatment of different types of Psychiatric disorders including Anxiety (Panic DisorderObsessive Compulsive DisorderPost Traumatic Stress Disorder, Generalized Anxiety), Mood Disorders (DepressionBipolar Illness), Psychosis (e.g. Schizophrenia), and Personality Disorders.

 

I have a special interest in Neuropsychiatry that includes the treatment of Functional Neurological Syndromes (or Conversion disorders) such as non-epileptic seizures. I am also interested in the management of mental health problems in patients who are also affected by neurological conditions (e.g. Epilepsy and Parkinson’s disease).

 

I worked in multiple psychiatric services within NHS including the Early Intervention Unit for Psychosis (South London and Maudsley NHS trust), Home Treatment Team, Community Mental Health Team, the Neuropsychiatric Department at St George’s Hospital (South West London & St George’s Mental Health Trust).

 

Since 2013, I have been appointed as substantive Consultant Psychiatrist at South West London & St George’s Mental Health Trust.

I believe research is fundamental in improving our ability to understand and treat mental health problems. I am very interested in understanding how genetic and environmental factors can jointly predispose to psychiatric disorders.  Indeed, this is a first step toward the development of new treatments.

 

I started my research activity in 2004 working as postdoctoral visiting fellow at the prestigious National Institute of Health, (NIH) Bethesda, USA. At NIH, I focused my research interest on addiction and personality disorders. As a result of my work, I obtained a PhD in neurobiology of affective disorder in 2008. In London, I continued my research activity working as Clinical Lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatry Kings College London.

 

I have published over 35 articles for international scientific journals. Below are six selected publications:

 

1. Investigating the possible causal association of smoking with depression and anxiety using Mendelian randomisation meta-analysis: the CARTA consortium. BMJ Open. 2014. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25293386

 

2. Distinct loci in the CHRNA5/CHRNA3/CHRNB4 gene cluster are associated with onset of regular smoking. Genet Epidemiol. 2013. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24186853

 

3. TTC12-ANKK1-DRD2 and CHRNA5-CHRNA3-CHRNB4 Influence Different Pathways Leading to Smoking Behavior from Adolescence to Mid-Adulthood. Biological Psychiatry 2011. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21168125

 

4. Genome-wide association and genetic functional studies identify autism susceptibility candidate 2 gene (AUTS2) in the regulation of alcohol consumption. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 2011.https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21471458

 

5. Interaction between a functional MAOA locus and childhood sexual abuse predicts alcoholism and antisocial personality disorder in adult women. Molecular Psychiatry 2008. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17592478

 

6. The genetics of addictions: uncovering the genes. Nat Rev Genet, 2005. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15995696

Anglais
Italien

Doctor DHAR Rajeev

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist

Course

I am experienced in the assessment and management of mental health disorders both on an outpatient and inpatient basis. I have worked as a senior consultant psychiatrist for many years and previously in NHS management as a Clinical Director for a borough of London. I have also been an honorary academic at the Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College. I am also experienced in providing expert evidence to Courts, Tribunals and for the purposes of personal injury, clinical negligence and employment matters in the UK and abroad. In addition to my clinical skills I am a qualified barrister and have lectured on mental health issue and the law for many years.

Publications

More to come

Languages
Anglais

Consultant Psychiatrist

I am experienced in the assessment and management of mental health disorders both on an outpatient and inpatient basis. I have worked as a senior consultant psychiatrist for many years and previously in NHS management as a Clinical Director for a borough of London. I have also been an honorary academic at the Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College. I am also experienced in providing expert evidence to Courts, Tribunals and for the purposes of personal injury, clinical negligence and employment matters in the UK and abroad. In addition to my clinical skills I am a qualified barrister and have lectured on mental health issue and the law for many years.

More to come

Anglais

Doctor CROSS Sean

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist

Course

I am Clinical Director of the Mind and Body Programme in South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust & King’s Health Partners Academic Health Sciences Centre. Clinically I am a liaison psychiatrist, which means that although employed by a mental health trust I work in acute trust hospital settings. King’s College hospital is my base hospital where I have particular interests in self-harmpersonality disorder, mental health crisis management and the overlap between physical health and mental health difficulties.

 

I completed my undergraduate medical degree at the University of Edinburgh (2000); my masters degree, from the University of Cambridge (2007) and subsequently my doctoral research degree at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King’s College London (2015).

 

I undertook my post-graduate clinical training in Edinburgh, Sydney and London and started as a substantive NHS consultant psychiatrist at South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust in 2011. I have been Clinical Director for King’s Health Partners’ Mind & Body programme since 2016. This aims to improve the integration of mental and physical healthcare.

 

I am a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and I am on the GMC Specialist Register for General Adult Psychiatry with sub-specialist accreditations in Liaison and Rehabilitation Psychiatry.

Publications

I run research projects on service development around mental and physical healthcare and on medical education. I write on a number of topics, including self-harm, medical education and training and cross-cultural mental health – a full list of all publications is available via my website: www.crosshealthconsulting.com

 

I am a Visiting Lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatry and I teach at King’s College, London and the Maudsley where I am involved in a number of education and training projects for both medical staff and other mental health professionals.

 

I am Director of Maudsley Simulation, the country’s first centre for mental health simulation training: http://www.maudsleysimulation.com

 

In 2012 I was nominated for Psychiatric Trainer of the Year and was privileged to have won the award: http://www.kcl.ac.uk/iop/news/records/2012/November/RCPsych-Awards.aspx

Languages
Anglais

Consultant Psychiatrist

I am Clinical Director of the Mind and Body Programme in South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust & King’s Health Partners Academic Health Sciences Centre. Clinically I am a liaison psychiatrist, which means that although employed by a mental health trust I work in acute trust hospital settings. King’s College hospital is my base hospital where I have particular interests in self-harmpersonality disorder, mental health crisis management and the overlap between physical health and mental health difficulties.

 

I completed my undergraduate medical degree at the University of Edinburgh (2000); my masters degree, from the University of Cambridge (2007) and subsequently my doctoral research degree at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King’s College London (2015).

 

I undertook my post-graduate clinical training in Edinburgh, Sydney and London and started as a substantive NHS consultant psychiatrist at South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust in 2011. I have been Clinical Director for King’s Health Partners’ Mind & Body programme since 2016. This aims to improve the integration of mental and physical healthcare.

 

I am a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and I am on the GMC Specialist Register for General Adult Psychiatry with sub-specialist accreditations in Liaison and Rehabilitation Psychiatry.

I run research projects on service development around mental and physical healthcare and on medical education. I write on a number of topics, including self-harm, medical education and training and cross-cultural mental health – a full list of all publications is available via my website: www.crosshealthconsulting.com

 

I am a Visiting Lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatry and I teach at King’s College, London and the Maudsley where I am involved in a number of education and training projects for both medical staff and other mental health professionals.

 

I am Director of Maudsley Simulation, the country’s first centre for mental health simulation training: http://www.maudsleysimulation.com

 

In 2012 I was nominated for Psychiatric Trainer of the Year and was privileged to have won the award: http://www.kcl.ac.uk/iop/news/records/2012/November/RCPsych-Awards.aspx

Anglais

Doctor CREMONA Anne

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist

Course

I have been a consultant psychiatrist since 1985, having trained at the Maudsley Hospital, Charing Cross Hospital, and St Thomas’s Hospital. I have been a Member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists since 1980, and was appointed a Fellow in 1997. I have been a consultant psychiatrist in general adult psychiatry and alcohol misuse in East Berkshire, then at Hillingdon Hospital, and from 1997 to 2006 I was a consultant psychiatrist at the South London and Maudsley Trust, based at St Thomas’s Hospital, in general adult psychiatry and liaison psychiatry.

Publications

Most of my published research has been in the field of alcohol misuse, and women in psychiatry.

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Anglais

Consultant Psychiatrist

I have been a consultant psychiatrist since 1985, having trained at the Maudsley Hospital, Charing Cross Hospital, and St Thomas’s Hospital. I have been a Member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists since 1980, and was appointed a Fellow in 1997. I have been a consultant psychiatrist in general adult psychiatry and alcohol misuse in East Berkshire, then at Hillingdon Hospital, and from 1997 to 2006 I was a consultant psychiatrist at the South London and Maudsley Trust, based at St Thomas’s Hospital, in general adult psychiatry and liaison psychiatry.

Most of my published research has been in the field of alcohol misuse, and women in psychiatry.

Anglais

Doctor CRAIG Michael

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

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Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist, Reader in Psychiatry, Visiting Professor

Course
  • General Psychiatry: Management of treatment resistant depression, mood and anxiety disorders, PTSD, OCD, sleep disorders, and dual diagnosis within the NHS (Maudsley Hospital) and independent sectors.
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  • ADHD/Autism: (1) Clinical Lead, Nightingale Hospital London Adult ADHD Clinic; (2) Clinical Lead of the National Autism Unit, Bethlem Royal Hospital; (3) Specialist Consultant, Adult ADHD & Autism service, National Services Directorate Maudsley Hospital.
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  • Perinatal Psychiatry: (1) Chairman of the UK and Ireland Marcé Society (UKIMS) for Perinatal Mental Health – An International society for the understanding, prevention and treatment of mental illness related to childbearing (www.marcesociety.com); (2) Faculty Member Ectopic Pregnancy Foundation.
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  • Reproductive Psychiatry: (1) Clinical lead of the National Female Hormone Clinic, National Services Directorate, Maudsley Hospital; (2) Trustee and medical advisor for the National Association of Premenstrual Syndromes (www.pms.org.uk).
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  • Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS): (1) Founder, and Clinical Lead, of the MagnaCentre™ rTMS service at the Nightingale Hospital London; (2) NIHR BRC Neurostimulation Therapy Lead for the SLaM NHS Foundation Trust.
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  • Academic / Education: (1) Programme Director for the MSc in Clinical Neurodevelopmental Sciences, Kings College London; (2) Training of Medical students at King’s College London’s School of Medicine and Junior Psychiatrists at the Maudsley Hospital; (3) Supervisor of PhD & MSc students at Kings College London, (4) Examiner for the Royal College of Psychiatrists. (5) Reader in Psychiatry, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, Kings College London.
Publications

I have published over 80 recent peer reviewed publications, read here

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Anglais

Consultant Psychiatrist, Reader in Psychiatry, Visiting Professor

  • General Psychiatry: Management of treatment resistant depression, mood and anxiety disorders, PTSD, OCD, sleep disorders, and dual diagnosis within the NHS (Maudsley Hospital) and independent sectors.
  •  

  • ADHD/Autism: (1) Clinical Lead, Nightingale Hospital London Adult ADHD Clinic; (2) Clinical Lead of the National Autism Unit, Bethlem Royal Hospital; (3) Specialist Consultant, Adult ADHD & Autism service, National Services Directorate Maudsley Hospital.
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  • Perinatal Psychiatry: (1) Chairman of the UK and Ireland Marcé Society (UKIMS) for Perinatal Mental Health – An International society for the understanding, prevention and treatment of mental illness related to childbearing (www.marcesociety.com); (2) Faculty Member Ectopic Pregnancy Foundation.
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  • Reproductive Psychiatry: (1) Clinical lead of the National Female Hormone Clinic, National Services Directorate, Maudsley Hospital; (2) Trustee and medical advisor for the National Association of Premenstrual Syndromes (www.pms.org.uk).
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  • Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS): (1) Founder, and Clinical Lead, of the MagnaCentre™ rTMS service at the Nightingale Hospital London; (2) NIHR BRC Neurostimulation Therapy Lead for the SLaM NHS Foundation Trust.
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  • Academic / Education: (1) Programme Director for the MSc in Clinical Neurodevelopmental Sciences, Kings College London; (2) Training of Medical students at King’s College London’s School of Medicine and Junior Psychiatrists at the Maudsley Hospital; (3) Supervisor of PhD & MSc students at Kings College London, (4) Examiner for the Royal College of Psychiatrists. (5) Reader in Psychiatry, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, Kings College London.

I have published over 80 recent peer reviewed publications, read here

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Doctor CONNELL Frankie

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist

Course

Having trained in Medicine and Psychiatry in London, I became a Consultant in 2001. As such I have had extensive experience in managing a wide range of psychiatric difficulties from anxiety and phobias to chronic and enduring illness such has Bipolar Affective Disorder (Manic Depression) and Schizophrenia, in the community and in an inpatient setting.
I have a special interest in managing the psychiatric difficulties that people with physical illnesses might develop, Liaison Psychiatry, and have worked in the field of HIV Liaison Psychiatry since 1998, managing the psychological difficulties of people who have HIV at RLH and also at The Mildmay Hospital in Shoreditch East London, a national unit for people suffering with HIV- related brain impairment.
I am also skilled and very interested in managing the Transcultural aspects of mental health problems having worked throughout my career in a particularly ethnically diverse area of London.

 

I am on the specialist register as a General Adult Psychiatrist and have a Liaison endorsement.

 

My special interests include:

 

  • General Psychiatry
  • Addictions
  • Mindfulness
  • Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy
  • Relapse Prevention
  • Liaison Psychiatry and HIV Liaison Psychiatry
Publications

My research interests are in HIV Liaison Psychiatry.

 

I am also interested in Mindfulness and meditation and intend to develop these interests further both clinically and academically in the future.

Languages
Anglais

Consultant Psychiatrist

Having trained in Medicine and Psychiatry in London, I became a Consultant in 2001. As such I have had extensive experience in managing a wide range of psychiatric difficulties from anxiety and phobias to chronic and enduring illness such has Bipolar Affective Disorder (Manic Depression) and Schizophrenia, in the community and in an inpatient setting.
I have a special interest in managing the psychiatric difficulties that people with physical illnesses might develop, Liaison Psychiatry, and have worked in the field of HIV Liaison Psychiatry since 1998, managing the psychological difficulties of people who have HIV at RLH and also at The Mildmay Hospital in Shoreditch East London, a national unit for people suffering with HIV- related brain impairment.
I am also skilled and very interested in managing the Transcultural aspects of mental health problems having worked throughout my career in a particularly ethnically diverse area of London.

 

I am on the specialist register as a General Adult Psychiatrist and have a Liaison endorsement.

 

My special interests include:

 

  • General Psychiatry
  • Addictions
  • Mindfulness
  • Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy
  • Relapse Prevention
  • Liaison Psychiatry and HIV Liaison Psychiatry

My research interests are in HIV Liaison Psychiatry.

 

I am also interested in Mindfulness and meditation and intend to develop these interests further both clinically and academically in the future.

Anglais

Doctor COHEN Robert

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

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Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist

Course

I qualified in medicine at the Royal Free Hospital in London and after completing my house jobs initially trained as a general practitioner before deciding on a career change to psychiatry. I completed my psychiatric training at the Royal London Hospital and then took up a substantive post as a consultant psychiatrist at Hillingdon Hospital. I have been in private practice since 1987, and between 1991 and 2006 I was Medical Director at Cygnet Hospital in Harrow. In addition to Nightingale Hospital, I also consult at Spire Bushey Hospital.

Publications

My clinical areas of interest include anxiety and depression, eating disorders, bereavement and post-traumatic stress disorder. I also enjoy teaching and I am the senior author of a student textbook of psychiatry and an MCQ tutor for the primary examination of the Royal College of Psychiatrists.

Languages
Anglais

Consultant Psychiatrist

I qualified in medicine at the Royal Free Hospital in London and after completing my house jobs initially trained as a general practitioner before deciding on a career change to psychiatry. I completed my psychiatric training at the Royal London Hospital and then took up a substantive post as a consultant psychiatrist at Hillingdon Hospital. I have been in private practice since 1987, and between 1991 and 2006 I was Medical Director at Cygnet Hospital in Harrow. In addition to Nightingale Hospital, I also consult at Spire Bushey Hospital.

My clinical areas of interest include anxiety and depression, eating disorders, bereavement and post-traumatic stress disorder. I also enjoy teaching and I am the senior author of a student textbook of psychiatry and an MCQ tutor for the primary examination of the Royal College of Psychiatrists.

Anglais

Doctor BOWDEN-JONES Henrietta

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale - Addictologie

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Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist, Addiction Specialist

Course

I am an optimist by nature and truly love the challenge of getting all my patients better. I have been doing this job for many years and still love it, still look forward to each and every one of my working days. I am committed to my patients and take care of them with a mixture of empathy and evidence-based medical knowledge. This seems to work as I have often looked after people and have been referred their friends and family because of their positive experiences.

Publications

I have published extensively, have been awarded professional and research prizes and am interviewed regularly by the media, lecture to audiences both in the UK and abroad.

 


A list of all my professional achievements and publications can be seen on my website

 


www.henriettabowdenjones.com

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Anglais
Italien

Consultant Psychiatrist, Addiction Specialist

I am an optimist by nature and truly love the challenge of getting all my patients better. I have been doing this job for many years and still love it, still look forward to each and every one of my working days. I am committed to my patients and take care of them with a mixture of empathy and evidence-based medical knowledge. This seems to work as I have often looked after people and have been referred their friends and family because of their positive experiences.

I have published extensively, have been awarded professional and research prizes and am interviewed regularly by the media, lecture to audiences both in the UK and abroad.

 


A list of all my professional achievements and publications can be seen on my website

 


www.henriettabowdenjones.com

Anglais
Italien

Doctor BOURKE Julius

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

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Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist

Course

He is an expert in somatic syndromes, such as chronic fatigue and chronic pain syndromes, which lie at the interface between general medicine, surgery and psychiatry. He is frequently instructed in the provision of expert medico-legal opinion on psychiatric disorders, head injury and post-concussion syndromes.

 

Outside of his clinic, he serves as a clinical senior lecturer in neurophysiology and clinical psychiatry at the Queen Mary University of London. His specialist research interests are in the neurophysiology of chronic pain, the functional somatic syndromes and related disorders.

 

He has given numerous talks and presentations on both a national and an international basis. Dr Bourke has been widely published on an array of field-related topics. He has co-authored a textbook on psychiatry and has contributed chapters to numerous others, including a world-leading textbook on internal medicine.

 

Dr Bourke qualified from Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, before working in emergency medicine and neurology in East London and hyperbaric medicine in Egypt. He pursued his psychiatric training in East London and then at The Maudsley Hospital.

Publications

More to come

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Anglais

Consultant Psychiatrist

He is an expert in somatic syndromes, such as chronic fatigue and chronic pain syndromes, which lie at the interface between general medicine, surgery and psychiatry. He is frequently instructed in the provision of expert medico-legal opinion on psychiatric disorders, head injury and post-concussion syndromes.

 

Outside of his clinic, he serves as a clinical senior lecturer in neurophysiology and clinical psychiatry at the Queen Mary University of London. His specialist research interests are in the neurophysiology of chronic pain, the functional somatic syndromes and related disorders.

 

He has given numerous talks and presentations on both a national and an international basis. Dr Bourke has been widely published on an array of field-related topics. He has co-authored a textbook on psychiatry and has contributed chapters to numerous others, including a world-leading textbook on internal medicine.

 

Dr Bourke qualified from Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, before working in emergency medicine and neurology in East London and hyperbaric medicine in Egypt. He pursued his psychiatric training in East London and then at The Maudsley Hospital.

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Anglais

Doctor BENITO Nagore

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist

Course

I completed my Medical Studies at Paris-Diderot University (France) and Autonomous University of Barcelona (Spain). I then completed my training in General Adult Psychiatry in Parc Tauli Hospital (Barcelona, Spain).

 

After a clinical attachment at ORYGEN Youth Centre in Melbourne (Australia) where I received training in early intervention in mental health, I obtained a substantive post as a Consultant Psychiatrist at Parc Tauli Hospital (Barcelona, Spain).

 

During my years of clinical practice in Spain, I was co-founder and Consultant Psychiatrist at a Private Psychiatry Practice specialised in English-Speaking clients living in Barcelona.

 

I then moved to London to continue my professional career. I have worked in a substantive capacity at one of the leading mental health NHS organisations, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust.

 

I currently work at my private clinic in Harley Street and at Nightingale Hospital.

Publications

I have a strong interest in well being, psycho education, reducing stigma in mental health and women’s mental health.

Languages
Anglais
Espagnol

Consultant Psychiatrist

I completed my Medical Studies at Paris-Diderot University (France) and Autonomous University of Barcelona (Spain). I then completed my training in General Adult Psychiatry in Parc Tauli Hospital (Barcelona, Spain).

 

After a clinical attachment at ORYGEN Youth Centre in Melbourne (Australia) where I received training in early intervention in mental health, I obtained a substantive post as a Consultant Psychiatrist at Parc Tauli Hospital (Barcelona, Spain).

 

During my years of clinical practice in Spain, I was co-founder and Consultant Psychiatrist at a Private Psychiatry Practice specialised in English-Speaking clients living in Barcelona.

 

I then moved to London to continue my professional career. I have worked in a substantive capacity at one of the leading mental health NHS organisations, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust.

 

I currently work at my private clinic in Harley Street and at Nightingale Hospital.

I have a strong interest in well being, psycho education, reducing stigma in mental health and women’s mental health.

Anglais
Espagnol

Doctor BEIDER Jeremy

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist, Sleep Specialist

Course

Curiosity, a desire to truly understand things and a deep interest in people are the key elements that run through my ongoing educational & professional journey, and continue to shape my clinical practice.

 

For the best part of the last twenty years; through Medical School, Philosophy, Clinical Psychiatry and the world of Neuroscience Research it is particular individuals and specific moments, that continue to influence me most.  Across many institutions and a diverse range of settings, I have learnt most from individuals and teams who do not know it all, from those who are open to learning and from individuals who are able to bring a sense of possibility to each new moment and experience.

 

Curiosity, and a deep interest in people, have motivated my higher training in Adult Psychiatry, Addiction Psychiatry and the field of Sleep Medicine and were key features of my work as a Consultant General Adult Psychiatrist within the London National Health Service.

 

During my time as a Consultant Adult Psychiatrist within the NHS I contributed positively to developing a healthy team dynamic, brought structure and methodology to challenges facing the service, and held clinical responsibility for a large number of patients, including those on community treatment orders, and restriction orders under the Ministry of Justice working within both adult community mental health assessment and recovery teams.

 

I am Section 12 approved, I have Approved Clinician Status and regularly provide Medicolegal Services as an independent expert.

Publications

I have a Master’s Degree in Behavioral Sleep Medicine. I am very interested in the clear links between sleep wake function and emotional health and wellbeing.

 

I am also very interested in Adult Attention Deficit Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Addiction, Mood and Anxiety Disorders.

Languages
Anglais

Consultant Psychiatrist, Sleep Specialist

Curiosity, a desire to truly understand things and a deep interest in people are the key elements that run through my ongoing educational & professional journey, and continue to shape my clinical practice.

 

For the best part of the last twenty years; through Medical School, Philosophy, Clinical Psychiatry and the world of Neuroscience Research it is particular individuals and specific moments, that continue to influence me most.  Across many institutions and a diverse range of settings, I have learnt most from individuals and teams who do not know it all, from those who are open to learning and from individuals who are able to bring a sense of possibility to each new moment and experience.

 

Curiosity, and a deep interest in people, have motivated my higher training in Adult Psychiatry, Addiction Psychiatry and the field of Sleep Medicine and were key features of my work as a Consultant General Adult Psychiatrist within the London National Health Service.

 

During my time as a Consultant Adult Psychiatrist within the NHS I contributed positively to developing a healthy team dynamic, brought structure and methodology to challenges facing the service, and held clinical responsibility for a large number of patients, including those on community treatment orders, and restriction orders under the Ministry of Justice working within both adult community mental health assessment and recovery teams.

 

I am Section 12 approved, I have Approved Clinician Status and regularly provide Medicolegal Services as an independent expert.

I have a Master’s Degree in Behavioral Sleep Medicine. I am very interested in the clear links between sleep wake function and emotional health and wellbeing.

 

I am also very interested in Adult Attention Deficit Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Addiction, Mood and Anxiety Disorders.

Anglais

Doctor BECKETT Jonathan

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist

Course

I am a consultant psychiatrist specialising in General Adult Psychiatry and Addictions and have worked in these fields since 1997. I am a full time consultant on the NHS with the South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation trust and have in addition developed a private practice at Nightingale Hospital London over the last 5 years (since 2007). I have developed expertise and experience in managing a broad range of mental health problems over this time.

Publications

I have published research in the field of Bipolar Disorder.

Languages
Anglais

Consultant Psychiatrist

I am a consultant psychiatrist specialising in General Adult Psychiatry and Addictions and have worked in these fields since 1997. I am a full time consultant on the NHS with the South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation trust and have in addition developed a private practice at Nightingale Hospital London over the last 5 years (since 2007). I have developed expertise and experience in managing a broad range of mental health problems over this time.

I have published research in the field of Bipolar Disorder.

Anglais

Doctor BASQUILLE Justin

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist

Course

After graduating in 1986 in Medicine, Surgery and Obstetrics at Galway, I did my postgraduate psychiatric training at Charing Cross and Westminster Hospitals. In 2000 I became consultant psychiatrist at Whipps Cross University Hospital, Bart’s Hospital Trust. In my role as liaison psychiatrist at Whipps Cross, I created a new acute consultation service, which has expanded greatly over the years. My medical student and psychiatric teaching commitments take me to the Royal London Hospital. I was also consultant in Substance Misuse for the North East London region.

 

I am currently consultant for Acute Psychiatry and lead consultant for Adult ADHD in North East London. I run a busy private general adult psychiatric practice in Harley Street and the Nightingale Hospital.

 

I have, over 18 years of consultant experience, developed deep experience in the assessment and treatment of the full range of psychiatric disorders, and have close working relationships with colleagues in general medicine, surgery, and in psychotherapy disciplines.

Publications

More to come

Languages
Anglais

Consultant Psychiatrist

After graduating in 1986 in Medicine, Surgery and Obstetrics at Galway, I did my postgraduate psychiatric training at Charing Cross and Westminster Hospitals. In 2000 I became consultant psychiatrist at Whipps Cross University Hospital, Bart’s Hospital Trust. In my role as liaison psychiatrist at Whipps Cross, I created a new acute consultation service, which has expanded greatly over the years. My medical student and psychiatric teaching commitments take me to the Royal London Hospital. I was also consultant in Substance Misuse for the North East London region.

 

I am currently consultant for Acute Psychiatry and lead consultant for Adult ADHD in North East London. I run a busy private general adult psychiatric practice in Harley Street and the Nightingale Hospital.

 

I have, over 18 years of consultant experience, developed deep experience in the assessment and treatment of the full range of psychiatric disorders, and have close working relationships with colleagues in general medicine, surgery, and in psychotherapy disciplines.

More to come

Anglais

Doctor BASIT Behzad B

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist

Course

I have experience in diagnosis, treatment and management of functional mental illnesses such as mood disorders, anxiety, OCD, bipolar affective disorder and psychosis; in particular the interaction between physical illnesses and mental health problems. I am also experienced in assessment, diagnosis and management of cognitive disorders and matters relevant to these conditions including capacity assessment. In addition, I have epicene in diagnosis and treatment of Adult ADHD. Last but equally important I have had training and experience in preparation of medico-legal reports.

 


My medical career started in 1988 when I was awarded a scholarship to study medicine at the age of 17, after ranking 70th in the Nationwide Entrance Exam of Universities in Iran (out of approx. 270,000 candidates). After obtaining the Medical Doctoral (MD), I initially worked as a General Practitioner in Iran. I then joined Doctors without Borders (Médecins sans Frontières) and completed two humanitarian missions in Georgia and Kenya. I trained in psychiatry in the United Kingdom and I completed a higher training program in Old Age Psychiatry and General Adult Psychiatry, accredited by the Royal College of Psychiatrists (CCT in Old Age Psychiatry).

Publications

I have been working as a Consultant Psychiatrist since 2011. I have experience in overseeing services as in-patient ward (current post), community mental health team, memory service. In addition to psychiatry, I trained and practiced in Cognitive Analytic Therapy between 2008 and 2017. I have special interest in medical education. I am Honorary Senior Lecturer at Imperial College; and I also offer honorary teachings at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (King’s College). I have been involved in different research and quality improvement projects, including production of care pathway for memory service and quality accreditation for inpatient wards by the Royal College of Psychiatrists.

Languages
Anglais

Consultant Psychiatrist

I have experience in diagnosis, treatment and management of functional mental illnesses such as mood disorders, anxiety, OCD, bipolar affective disorder and psychosis; in particular the interaction between physical illnesses and mental health problems. I am also experienced in assessment, diagnosis and management of cognitive disorders and matters relevant to these conditions including capacity assessment. In addition, I have epicene in diagnosis and treatment of Adult ADHD. Last but equally important I have had training and experience in preparation of medico-legal reports.

 


My medical career started in 1988 when I was awarded a scholarship to study medicine at the age of 17, after ranking 70th in the Nationwide Entrance Exam of Universities in Iran (out of approx. 270,000 candidates). After obtaining the Medical Doctoral (MD), I initially worked as a General Practitioner in Iran. I then joined Doctors without Borders (Médecins sans Frontières) and completed two humanitarian missions in Georgia and Kenya. I trained in psychiatry in the United Kingdom and I completed a higher training program in Old Age Psychiatry and General Adult Psychiatry, accredited by the Royal College of Psychiatrists (CCT in Old Age Psychiatry).

I have been working as a Consultant Psychiatrist since 2011. I have experience in overseeing services as in-patient ward (current post), community mental health team, memory service. In addition to psychiatry, I trained and practiced in Cognitive Analytic Therapy between 2008 and 2017. I have special interest in medical education. I am Honorary Senior Lecturer at Imperial College; and I also offer honorary teachings at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (King’s College). I have been involved in different research and quality improvement projects, including production of care pathway for memory service and quality accreditation for inpatient wards by the Royal College of Psychiatrists.

Anglais

Doctor BAKSHI Neelam

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist

Course

I have been a Consultant psychiatrist since 1995. I trained at Guy’s and St. Thomas’s Hospitals and was appointed Consultant Psychiatrist and Honorary Senior Lecturer at Camden and Islington mental health trust from 1995 until 2009, and Consultant Psychiatrist at Nightingale Hospital London (earlier Florence nightingale Hospitals) since July 1995.

 

I am a consultant in general Adult psychiatry and Substance Misuse. I was consultant Psychiatrist and honorary Senior Lecturer in Alcohol & drug addiction and Dual Diagnosis at Camden and Islington Mental health trust where I was involved in the teaching of junior doctors and medical students. I have extensive training and work well with patients with complex needs. I was consultant in-charge of a women’s low secure unit. I am trained in different psychotherapies: dynamic Psychotherapy at Tavistock clinic, motivational Interviewing, family therapy, CBTetc. I have special interest in Bipolar Disorder. I have post graduate degree in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and am interested in women’s mental health disorders.

Publications

More to come

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Anglais
Hindi
Punjabi
Urdu

Consultant Psychiatrist

I have been a Consultant psychiatrist since 1995. I trained at Guy’s and St. Thomas’s Hospitals and was appointed Consultant Psychiatrist and Honorary Senior Lecturer at Camden and Islington mental health trust from 1995 until 2009, and Consultant Psychiatrist at Nightingale Hospital London (earlier Florence nightingale Hospitals) since July 1995.

 

I am a consultant in general Adult psychiatry and Substance Misuse. I was consultant Psychiatrist and honorary Senior Lecturer in Alcohol & drug addiction and Dual Diagnosis at Camden and Islington Mental health trust where I was involved in the teaching of junior doctors and medical students. I have extensive training and work well with patients with complex needs. I was consultant in-charge of a women’s low secure unit. I am trained in different psychotherapies: dynamic Psychotherapy at Tavistock clinic, motivational Interviewing, family therapy, CBTetc. I have special interest in Bipolar Disorder. I have post graduate degree in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and am interested in women’s mental health disorders.

More to come

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Hindi
Punjabi
Urdu

Doctor BAINS Amar

Chartered Clinical Psychologist - Psychiatrie Générale

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Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Chartered Clinical Psychologist, Therapist

Course

As a Doctor of Clinical Psychology, I am trained to work with patients across the life span with a diverse range of clinical presentations, including depression, peri-natal depression, generalised anxiety, health anxiety, social Anxiety, OCD, body dysmorphia, trichotillomania, chronic pain, long-term health conditions, autism, ADHD and PTSD. I specialise in work with adults and children and adolescents.

 

I am trained in CBT, Systemic and Psychodynamic models of therapy. The main model that I use to provide assessment, formulation and treatment, is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), however I will tailor therapy an incorporate other models of therapy into the work, to meet the needs of patients.

 

I have worked in mental health for thirteen years, across many different care settings, which have included outpatient clinics, GP surgeries, secondary care mental health teams, and in-patient settings. I have always practised in London and am therefore familiar with working with patients from diverse backgrounds, including sexual orientation, ethnicity, socio-economic status, physical abilities or religious beliefs, of patients. I supervise Trainee Clinical Psychologists, and provide consultation and teaching to other professionals. I am actively involved in service-user involvement, as I believe passionately about placing patients at the heart of their care.

Publications

More to come

Languages
Anglais
Punjabi

Chartered Clinical Psychologist, Therapist

As a Doctor of Clinical Psychology, I am trained to work with patients across the life span with a diverse range of clinical presentations, including depression, peri-natal depression, generalised anxiety, health anxiety, social Anxiety, OCD, body dysmorphia, trichotillomania, chronic pain, long-term health conditions, autism, ADHD and PTSD. I specialise in work with adults and children and adolescents.

 

I am trained in CBT, Systemic and Psychodynamic models of therapy. The main model that I use to provide assessment, formulation and treatment, is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), however I will tailor therapy an incorporate other models of therapy into the work, to meet the needs of patients.

 

I have worked in mental health for thirteen years, across many different care settings, which have included outpatient clinics, GP surgeries, secondary care mental health teams, and in-patient settings. I have always practised in London and am therefore familiar with working with patients from diverse backgrounds, including sexual orientation, ethnicity, socio-economic status, physical abilities or religious beliefs, of patients. I supervise Trainee Clinical Psychologists, and provide consultation and teaching to other professionals. I am actively involved in service-user involvement, as I believe passionately about placing patients at the heart of their care.

More to come

Anglais
Punjabi

Doctor AUST Frank

Systemic & Family Psychotherapist - Troubles du comportement alimentaire

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Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Systemic & Family Psychotherapist, Eating Disorder Specialist

Course

In 2007 I joined Nightingale Hospital as a Psychotherapist. I qualified in 1998 as a Systemic & Family Psychotherapist at the Institute of Psychiatry. Since then I have been working in various Child and Adolescent Mental Health settings in the Community (CAMHS) and in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Inpatient settings in London. I am therefore very familiar with a wide variety of psychiatric and psychological problems young people and their families can be confronted with. This does include issues that can arise from the interaction between family life and education.

 

I have been working across all age groups in my family therapy and couple work over the years. I am particularly interested in the life stage transition of individuals and the impact this can have on people who are closely connected to each other.

 

In my therapeutic work I gained extensive experience working with individuals, couples and their families, who are affected by an eating disorder.

Publications

More to come

Languages
Anglais
Allemand

Systemic & Family Psychotherapist, Eating Disorder Specialist

In 2007 I joined Nightingale Hospital as a Psychotherapist. I qualified in 1998 as a Systemic & Family Psychotherapist at the Institute of Psychiatry. Since then I have been working in various Child and Adolescent Mental Health settings in the Community (CAMHS) and in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Inpatient settings in London. I am therefore very familiar with a wide variety of psychiatric and psychological problems young people and their families can be confronted with. This does include issues that can arise from the interaction between family life and education.

 

I have been working across all age groups in my family therapy and couple work over the years. I am particularly interested in the life stage transition of individuals and the impact this can have on people who are closely connected to each other.

 

In my therapeutic work I gained extensive experience working with individuals, couples and their families, who are affected by an eating disorder.

More to come

Anglais
Allemand

Doctor ATAKAN Zerrin

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist

Course

After completing psychiatric training in Turkey, I moved to the UK with a research scholarship, where I obtained my membership degree from the Royal College of Psychiatrists.

 

From 1990 until 2003, for 13 years, I worked as a psychiatric intensive care consultant and from 2003 until 2007 was the lead consultant at the National Psychosis Unit at the Maudsley Hospital, London.

 

I am currently doing part-time private practice as well as researching the effects of cannabis on mental functioning.

 

I have extensive experience with treating and helping those with psychoses, depression, anxiety, PTSD, OCD and other forms of mental health problems. I am also known as an expert in treating treatment-resistant psychosis as well as helping those who have problematic cannabis use.

Publications

Here are some of my most recent publications:

 

Media work (on cannabis related issues):

  • Cannabis Psychosis’ Channel 4 documentary, (One hour long) 16.12.2002 (Transmitted again in April 2003)
  • BBC World ‘Violence and Society’, following WHO report on violence, 3.10.2002
  • Frequently mentioned in National broadsheets on cannabis related issues
  • Press interviews, releases following the release of NICE recommendations on the use of antipsychotics, 2002
  • Regular media work in Turkey
  • Regular media work on cannabis and mental health related issues, including appearances on Newsnight – BBC 2, BBC One 6:30 news and Radio 4
  • Horizon BBC1 documentary on the effects of cannabis, transmitted in 3 February 2009
  • BBC Learning –transmitted in spring 2009
Languages
Anglais
Turque

Consultant Psychiatrist

After completing psychiatric training in Turkey, I moved to the UK with a research scholarship, where I obtained my membership degree from the Royal College of Psychiatrists.

 

From 1990 until 2003, for 13 years, I worked as a psychiatric intensive care consultant and from 2003 until 2007 was the lead consultant at the National Psychosis Unit at the Maudsley Hospital, London.

 

I am currently doing part-time private practice as well as researching the effects of cannabis on mental functioning.

 

I have extensive experience with treating and helping those with psychoses, depression, anxiety, PTSD, OCD and other forms of mental health problems. I am also known as an expert in treating treatment-resistant psychosis as well as helping those who have problematic cannabis use.

Here are some of my most recent publications:

 

Media work (on cannabis related issues):

  • Cannabis Psychosis’ Channel 4 documentary, (One hour long) 16.12.2002 (Transmitted again in April 2003)
  • BBC World ‘Violence and Society’, following WHO report on violence, 3.10.2002
  • Frequently mentioned in National broadsheets on cannabis related issues
  • Press interviews, releases following the release of NICE recommendations on the use of antipsychotics, 2002
  • Regular media work in Turkey
  • Regular media work on cannabis and mental health related issues, including appearances on Newsnight – BBC 2, BBC One 6:30 news and Radio 4
  • Horizon BBC1 documentary on the effects of cannabis, transmitted in 3 February 2009
  • BBC Learning –transmitted in spring 2009

Anglais
Turque

Doctor ARKELL James

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse :

Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist

Course

I studied medicine at Cambridge University and University College London. I trained in psychiatry at The Maudsley and Royal Free Hospitals and have worked in Sydney, Hong Kong and London. Until 2014 I worked as an NHS consultant psychiatrist in Kensington and Chelsea, and had been there since 2007. I have worked both in general psychiatry and in eating disorders. I support occupational health at The House of Commons and also British Airways seeing pilots and MPs. I also hold an honorary contract at the Royal College of Art where I support the student counselling service. I am an honorary lecturer at Imperial College Medical School. I teach psychologists and medical students, supervise trainee psychiatrists and have mentored for newly appointed NHS consultants.

Publications

More to come

Languages
Anglais

Consultant Psychiatrist

I studied medicine at Cambridge University and University College London. I trained in psychiatry at The Maudsley and Royal Free Hospitals and have worked in Sydney, Hong Kong and London. Until 2014 I worked as an NHS consultant psychiatrist in Kensington and Chelsea, and had been there since 2007. I have worked both in general psychiatry and in eating disorders. I support occupational health at The House of Commons and also British Airways seeing pilots and MPs. I also hold an honorary contract at the Royal College of Art where I support the student counselling service. I am an honorary lecturer at Imperial College Medical School. I teach psychologists and medical students, supervise trainee psychiatrists and have mentored for newly appointed NHS consultants.

More to come

Anglais

Doctor ANTHONY Nathan

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist

Course

I trained in medicine at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals in London and completed my psychiatric training in London. I have worked as a consultant psychiatrist in the NHS in community, inpatient, assertive outreach and home treatment settings which has given me extensive experience in treating a wide range of psychiatric conditions.

 

I have worked in ethnically diverse areas of London and have an interest in transcultural psychiatry. Since qualifying as a consultant I undertook further extensive training in eating disorders and also psychotherapy. I treat clients with eating disorders in inpatient, day care and outpatient settings and I regularly see clients for Cognitive Analytic therapy.

Publications

I have special interests in anxiety disorders, depressive disorders, eating disorders, psychotherapy, Adult ADHD and transcultural psychiatry.

Languages
Anglais

Consultant Psychiatrist

I trained in medicine at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals in London and completed my psychiatric training in London. I have worked as a consultant psychiatrist in the NHS in community, inpatient, assertive outreach and home treatment settings which has given me extensive experience in treating a wide range of psychiatric conditions.

 

I have worked in ethnically diverse areas of London and have an interest in transcultural psychiatry. Since qualifying as a consultant I undertook further extensive training in eating disorders and also psychotherapy. I treat clients with eating disorders in inpatient, day care and outpatient settings and I regularly see clients for Cognitive Analytic therapy.

I have special interests in anxiety disorders, depressive disorders, eating disorders, psychotherapy, Adult ADHD and transcultural psychiatry.

Anglais

Doctor ANDERSON Sally

Psychotherapist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Psychotherapist, Drama Therapist

Course

I am an accredited psychotherapist and dramatherapist, and have worked at Nightingale Hospital London since 2004 facilitating dramatherapy groups on the interpersonal therapy group (IPT) programme. My specific areas of expertise are adult and older adult mental health, sexual abuse, bereavement, and forensic work. I have extensive experience within the private hospital sector and the NHS providing group and one-to-one dramatherapy to adult psychiatric inpatients in secure and open hospital settings. I was previously a bereavement counsellor for 5 years, and for 4 years was employed within HM Prison Service as a counsellor and dramatherapist. For the past 7 years, I have also worked as a group and individual psychotherapist with survivors of rape and sexual abuse, and train professionals in working with and supporting this client group. I maintain a small private practice, providing short and long-term psychotherapy.

Publications

More to come

Languages
Anglais

Psychotherapist, Drama Therapist

I am an accredited psychotherapist and dramatherapist, and have worked at Nightingale Hospital London since 2004 facilitating dramatherapy groups on the interpersonal therapy group (IPT) programme. My specific areas of expertise are adult and older adult mental health, sexual abuse, bereavement, and forensic work. I have extensive experience within the private hospital sector and the NHS providing group and one-to-one dramatherapy to adult psychiatric inpatients in secure and open hospital settings. I was previously a bereavement counsellor for 5 years, and for 4 years was employed within HM Prison Service as a counsellor and dramatherapist. For the past 7 years, I have also worked as a group and individual psychotherapist with survivors of rape and sexual abuse, and train professionals in working with and supporting this client group. I maintain a small private practice, providing short and long-term psychotherapy.

More to come

Anglais

Doctor AFZAL Ghazala

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Adolescent Consultant Psychiatrist

Course

I have experience and training in 3 different countries and cultures, Pakistan, USA, and UK. This affords me a wide range of approaches to best treat my patients. My training in the United States and the United Kingdom was well rounded in the diagnoses and use of multiple treatment modalities, i.e. psychoanalytic approaches, group and family work, medication and CBT.

 

I love my work, each person presents a challenge, ‘what is the problem, how can they be helped?’ I wanted to apply a similar approach in society for charitable purposes. I set up a UK Registered Charity, Concern for Mental Health, to help people suffering from a mental illness. Our work centres on consulting with ailing Psychiatric Institutions, teaching and training Mental Health Professionals and creating innovative programs that fit in naturally with the local ethos and culture, campaigning to reduce stigma around mental illness.

Publications

I have a wide understanding of development, psychology and pathology. I lecture on diverse topics related to my work and interests at national and local hospital meetings in the USA and UK, and have publications and presentations related to these topics:

  • Depression in young children and adolescents
  • Epidemiological study and follow-up of individuals with Mental Retardation and autism, The Frequency of Fragile X Chromosome in this group: Research with Professor Michael Rutter
  • Comparison of instruments HBS (Wing) & ADI [Rutter] in the diagnosis of Autism.
  • DSM IV Diagnostic International Field Trial of Autism
  • Family Therapy & Attachment Theory(with Dr John Bingham and Professor Issy Kolvin )
  • Children of Homosexual and Heterosexual Single Mothers
  • In depth case study: ‘Sexual Development of the Adolescent Daughter of a Homosexual Mother’
  • Psychiatric Aspects of Trans-sexualism, Transsexual Parents and their children(with Professor Richard Green )
  • Social and psychological Implications of Genetic testing, Amniocentesis.
  • Issues for parents related to the death of a child due to Genetic Disease
  • Discipline and Aggression in Average Families (with Dr Judith Kestenburg)
  • Primary Prevention and parenting, a Model Public School program for Toddlers.
  • Entrancement of the Mother with her Young Baby: Implications for the Sibling.
Languages
Anglais
Punjabi
Urdu

Adolescent Consultant Psychiatrist

I have experience and training in 3 different countries and cultures, Pakistan, USA, and UK. This affords me a wide range of approaches to best treat my patients. My training in the United States and the United Kingdom was well rounded in the diagnoses and use of multiple treatment modalities, i.e. psychoanalytic approaches, group and family work, medication and CBT.

 

I love my work, each person presents a challenge, ‘what is the problem, how can they be helped?’ I wanted to apply a similar approach in society for charitable purposes. I set up a UK Registered Charity, Concern for Mental Health, to help people suffering from a mental illness. Our work centres on consulting with ailing Psychiatric Institutions, teaching and training Mental Health Professionals and creating innovative programs that fit in naturally with the local ethos and culture, campaigning to reduce stigma around mental illness.

I have a wide understanding of development, psychology and pathology. I lecture on diverse topics related to my work and interests at national and local hospital meetings in the USA and UK, and have publications and presentations related to these topics:

  • Depression in young children and adolescents
  • Epidemiological study and follow-up of individuals with Mental Retardation and autism, The Frequency of Fragile X Chromosome in this group: Research with Professor Michael Rutter
  • Comparison of instruments HBS (Wing) & ADI [Rutter] in the diagnosis of Autism.
  • DSM IV Diagnostic International Field Trial of Autism
  • Family Therapy & Attachment Theory(with Dr John Bingham and Professor Issy Kolvin )
  • Children of Homosexual and Heterosexual Single Mothers
  • In depth case study: ‘Sexual Development of the Adolescent Daughter of a Homosexual Mother’
  • Psychiatric Aspects of Trans-sexualism, Transsexual Parents and their children(with Professor Richard Green )
  • Social and psychological Implications of Genetic testing, Amniocentesis.
  • Issues for parents related to the death of a child due to Genetic Disease
  • Discipline and Aggression in Average Families (with Dr Judith Kestenburg)
  • Primary Prevention and parenting, a Model Public School program for Toddlers.
  • Entrancement of the Mother with her Young Baby: Implications for the Sibling.

Anglais
Punjabi
Urdu

Doctor ABBASIAN Cyrus

Consultant Psychiatrist - Psychiatrie Générale - Addictologie

Tel. :

Adresse : Nightingale Hospital

11-19 Lisson Grove

Marylebone

London NW1 6SH

Function

Consultant Psychiatrist

Course

I trained in medicine at King’s College Hospital, London and obtained an intercalated Degree in Psychology (BSc. 2:1) from the University College London. I completed my psychiatric training at the Maudsley; a centre of excellence and one of the most influential mental health establishments in the world. I obtained a Master’s Degree in Addictions (MSc. Merit) from the Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London, and have trained and worked with the leaders in the field of mental health and addictions. I have been practicing psychiatry since 2000 and work for the NHS and the private sector.

 

I am recognised by the General Medical Council (4637608) as a Dual Specialist in General Adult and Addiction Psychiatry and by all major Private Medical Insurers. I am able to communicate fluently in Farsi (Persian) and am well placed to address issues in patients from Iran and the Middle East. Also I am an Honorary Senior Lecturer and the addictions teaching lead at St. George’s University of London, and the College Tutor responsible for organising the Academic Programme at Springfield University Hospital.

Publications

My research interests are Dual Diagnosis (mental illness co-morbid with addictions) and Telepsychiatry. As a Designated Partner I am developing a Telepsychiatry service, and fully utilise technology in my practice. I supervise Medical Students for essays and BSc. projects. I have published in well-known peer reviewed journals, presented at international conferences and undertaken media work.

 

Examples of publications and media work:

 

Languages
Anglais
Persan

Consultant Psychiatrist

I trained in medicine at King’s College Hospital, London and obtained an intercalated Degree in Psychology (BSc. 2:1) from the University College London. I completed my psychiatric training at the Maudsley; a centre of excellence and one of the most influential mental health establishments in the world. I obtained a Master’s Degree in Addictions (MSc. Merit) from the Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London, and have trained and worked with the leaders in the field of mental health and addictions. I have been practicing psychiatry since 2000 and work for the NHS and the private sector.

 

I am recognised by the General Medical Council (4637608) as a Dual Specialist in General Adult and Addiction Psychiatry and by all major Private Medical Insurers. I am able to communicate fluently in Farsi (Persian) and am well placed to address issues in patients from Iran and the Middle East. Also I am an Honorary Senior Lecturer and the addictions teaching lead at St. George’s University of London, and the College Tutor responsible for organising the Academic Programme at Springfield University Hospital.

My research interests are Dual Diagnosis (mental illness co-morbid with addictions) and Telepsychiatry. As a Designated Partner I am developing a Telepsychiatry service, and fully utilise technology in my practice. I supervise Medical Students for essays and BSc. projects. I have published in well-known peer reviewed journals, presented at international conferences and undertaken media work.

 

Examples of publications and media work:

 

Anglais
Persan

Doctor MABROUK Kaïs

Doctor - General Psychatry

Tel. : 04 76 98 98 98

Adresse : Clinique du Dauphiné
252, route de Saint-Nizier – 38180 Seyssins

Function

Psychiatrist

Course

Coming soon

Publications

Coming soon

Languages
French

Psychiatrist

Coming soon

Coming soon

French

Doctor BERTHOLIER Grégoire

Doctor - General Psychatry

Tel. : 04 76 98 98 98

Adresse : Clinique du Dauphiné
252, route de Saint-Nizier – 38180 Seyssins

Function

Psychiatrist

Course

Coming soon

Publications

Coming soon

Languages
English

Psychiatrist

Coming soon

Coming soon

English

Doctor NAAMAN Dimitri

Doctor - General Psychatry

Tel. : 01 41 14 15 00

Adresse : Clinique Bellevue
8, avenue du 11 Novembre 1918 – 92190 Meudon

Function

Doctor Psychiatrist

Course
  • 2017-2019 : Liberal psychiatrist at the Yvelines clinic (78)
  • 2016-2017 : Hospital Practitioner at the Versailles Hospital Center (78)
  • 2014-2016 : Specialist assistant at the Versailles Hospital Center (78)
  • 2013-2014: Substitute private practice, Guardian Angel Clinic (77), Perreuse Clinic (77), Maison de Santé de Merfy (51), private practice in Reims (51)
  • 2009-2013: Psychiatric intern in Reims (51)

TRAINING

  • 2014: Doctoral thesis: “Study of practices in early-onset schizophrenia” obtained with the congratulations of the jury.
  • 2013: DES Psychiatrie ” Acute psychotic episode: triggering factor, nosographic framework ” obtained with honours.
  • 2009-2013: Validation of seminars: Law and psychiatry, psychoanalysis, clinical psychiatry, clinical child psychiatry (CHU Reims), psychopharmacology (CH Saint-Anne).
  • 2009: CSCT, obtaining the psychiatry internship at the ECN.
Publications

Coming soon

Languages
French

Doctor Psychiatrist

  • 2017-2019 : Liberal psychiatrist at the Yvelines clinic (78)
  • 2016-2017 : Hospital Practitioner at the Versailles Hospital Center (78)
  • 2014-2016 : Specialist assistant at the Versailles Hospital Center (78)
  • 2013-2014: Substitute private practice, Guardian Angel Clinic (77), Perreuse Clinic (77), Maison de Santé de Merfy (51), private practice in Reims (51)
  • 2009-2013: Psychiatric intern in Reims (51)

TRAINING

  • 2014: Doctoral thesis: “Study of practices in early-onset schizophrenia” obtained with the congratulations of the jury.
  • 2013: DES Psychiatrie ” Acute psychotic episode: triggering factor, nosographic framework ” obtained with honours.
  • 2009-2013: Validation of seminars: Law and psychiatry, psychoanalysis, clinical psychiatry, clinical child psychiatry (CHU Reims), psychopharmacology (CH Saint-Anne).
  • 2009: CSCT, obtaining the psychiatry internship at the ECN.

Coming soon

French

Doctor MANDEL Stéphanie

Doctor - General Psychatry

Tel. : 01 55 64 01 10

Adresse : Relais Jeunes de Sèvres
26, rue Auguste Rodin – 92190 Meudon

Function

Psychiatrist

Course

Psychiatric doctor
Assistant at the André Mignot hospital in Le Chesnay
Specialist doctor at Foch Hospital

TRAINING

  • 2015: Diploma – Association Française de Thérapies Comportementales et Cognitives (French Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies)
  • 2011: D.I.U. Pharmacopsychiatry – University of Paris 6 – Saint Antoine
  • 2011 : State Diploma of Doctor of Medicine – Centre Hospitalier Universitaire d’Amiens

 

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Alcohol Addiction
  • Tobacco Addiction
  • Addictions: cannabis, cocaine, opiates
  • Burn-out or overwork syndrome
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Depression
  • Bipolar Disorders
  • Anorexia and Bulimia
  • Schizophrenia
  • Sleep Disorders
Publications

Coming soon

Languages
French

Psychiatrist

Psychiatric doctor
Assistant at the André Mignot hospital in Le Chesnay
Specialist doctor at Foch Hospital

TRAINING

  • 2015: Diploma – Association Française de Thérapies Comportementales et Cognitives (French Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies)
  • 2011: D.I.U. Pharmacopsychiatry – University of Paris 6 – Saint Antoine
  • 2011 : State Diploma of Doctor of Medicine – Centre Hospitalier Universitaire d’Amiens

 

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Alcohol Addiction
  • Tobacco Addiction
  • Addictions: cannabis, cocaine, opiates
  • Burn-out or overwork syndrome
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Depression
  • Bipolar Disorders
  • Anorexia and Bulimia
  • Schizophrenia
  • Sleep Disorders

Coming soon

French

Doctor DO Thuy-Dung

Doctor - General Psychatry

Tel. : 01 55 64 01 10

Adresse : Relais Jeunes de Sèvres
26, rue Auguste Rodin – 92190 Meudon

Function

Adult and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Psychotherapist

Course

D.E.S Psychiatry

Publications

Coming soon

Languages
French

Adult and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Psychotherapist

D.E.S Psychiatry

Coming soon

French

Doctor BARBE Laure

Doctor - General Psychatry

Tel. : 04 76 98 98 98

Adresse : Clinique du Dauphiné
252, route de Saint-Nizier – 38180 Seyssins

Function

Psychiatrist

Course

COURSE

  • Former intern at the CHU of NICE
  • Former assistant in psychiatric hospitals
  • Former Hospital Director at CHAI

AREA OF INTEREST

  • Care for young adults and adolescents
  • Suffering at work,
  • Couple and Family Therapy
  • Food work
Publications

Thesis on anorexia and eating disorder
Courses at IFSI (nursing school)

Languages
French

Psychiatrist

COURSE

  • Former intern at the CHU of NICE
  • Former assistant in psychiatric hospitals
  • Former Hospital Director at CHAI

AREA OF INTEREST

  • Care for young adults and adolescents
  • Suffering at work,
  • Couple and Family Therapy
  • Food work

Thesis on anorexia and eating disorder
Courses at IFSI (nursing school)

French

Doctor AMELLER Aurély

Doctor - General Psychatry

Tel. : 01 55 64 01 10

Adresse : Relais jeunes de Sèvres
26, rue Auguste Rodin – 92190 Meudon

Function

Psychiatrist / Medical Coordinator

Course

September 2018 Medical Coordinator Relais Jeunes de Sèvres, Groupe SINOUÉ.

Associated liberal consultation activity.

January 2012 – August 2018 Hospital Practitioner Adult Psychiatry and Addictology Department of Professor DUBERTRET, CHU Louis Mourier, Colombes.

2014 – Doctorate in neurosciences under the direction of Doctor PINS, University of Lille 2 ” Le trouble du sentiment de familiarity dans la schizophrénie ” (The disorder of the feeling of familiarity in schizophrenia)

2011 and 2013 Hospital Practitioner replacing Dr Petit’s Psychiatry Department, Centre Hospitalier de Polynésie Française, Tahiti.

2009-2011 Contract Hospital Practitioner in the Regional Medical-Psychological Service (SMPR), department of Professor THOMAS, Lille University Hospital Center (CHRU). Then service of Professor DUBERTRET, CHU Louis Mourier, Colombes.

2007-2009 Head of University Clinic – Hospital Assistant Adult Psychiatry Department of Professor GOUDEMAND, CHRU of Lille.

2007 – Master 2 in Neurobiology and Psychopathology of Development and Behaviour Research internship under the direction of Pr THOMAS (CNRS UMR 8610) and Dr DELEVOYE-TURRELL (URECA) in collaboration with Professor WING (SyMoN, Birmingham – UK) ” Rhythm production in schizophrenic patients and normal subjects “.

2006 – DES in Psychiatry Chaired by Professor GOUDEMAND, under the direction of Professor THOMAS ” Time and force integration in schizophrenia “.

2006 – Thesis of Medicine chaired by Professor GOUDEMAND and directed by Doctor COTTENCIN “Memory, Trauma and Psychopathology. Mourning and disorders of autobiographical memory: What link with psychotraumatic pathology? »

2005 – University Diploma in Criminology Applied to Psychiatric Expertise, Paris V.

Publications

2018 Comprehensive Psychiatry (Di LODOVICO, DUBERTRET, AMELLER). “ Vulnerability to exercise addiction, socio-demographic, behavioural and psychological characteristics of runners at risk for eating disorders 

2017 Les urgences à l’hôpital Louis Mourier. Présentation orale au 2ème congrès du FTSLU à Metz

2017 Article en soumission. Neuroimage (AMELLER, DEREUX, JARDRI, LOPES, JISSENDI, VAIVA, THOMAS, PINS). « Familiarity at the boundary of the Self: an fMRI study in schizophrenia »

2017 Frontier of human psychiatry (AMELLER, PICARD, D’HONDT, VAIVA, THOMAS, PINS). « Implicit recognition of familiar and unfamiliar faces in schizophrenia: an SCR study of familiarity disorders »

2014 Poster. Society of Biological Psychiatry, New York City.  (AMELLER, JARDRI, THOMAS, PINS). « Familiarity at the boundary of the Self: a fMRI study in schizophrenia »

2015 L’encéphale (AMELLER, GORWOOD). « Poids de la comorbidité addictive dans le risque de compliance partielle et de rechute dans la schizophrénie »

2014 Schizophrenia Research (AMELLER, DEREUX, DUBERTRET, VAIVA, THOMAS, PINS). « What is more familiar than I? Self, Other and Familiarity in schizophrenia »

2012 Poster. Congress of the schizophrenia research society, Florence.  (AMELLER, DELBOS, COTE, THOMAS, PINS). «Covert recognition of familiar, famous and unfamiliar faces in schizophrenia »

2011 – Plos One. (JARDRI, PINS, LAFARGUE, VERY, AMELLER, DELMAIRE, THOMAS).

« Mapping the neural substrates of verbal implicit self-other distinction in schizophrenia »

2011 L’Encéphale. (AMELLER, DELEVOYE-TURRELL, WILQUIN, THOMAS). « Production de rythmes dans la schizophrénie : Quel est le rôle de l’attention ? »

Depuis 2011 – Articles reviewés pour Plos One.

« Fats and Factors: Lipid Profiles Associate with Personality Factors and Suicidal History in Bipolar Subjects » ;

« The structure of the mindful Brain » ;

« Cortico-cortical white matter motor pathway microstructure is related to psychomotor retardation in major depressive disorder »

2010 L’année psychologique. (WILQUIN, DELEVOYE-TURRELL, AMELLER, THOMAS)

« Production de rythmes dans la schizophrénie : un déficit de l’alternance de temps »

2009 Annales médico-psychologiques. (LOAS, MONESTES, AMELLER, BUBROVSZKY, YON, WALLIER, BERTHOZ, CORCOS, THOMAS, GARD). « Traduction et étude de validation de la version française de l’échelle d’expérience temporelle du plaisir (EETP, Temporal Experience of Pleasure Scale, TEPS, Gard et al., 2006) Étude chez 125 étudiants et chez 162 sujets présentant un trouble psychiatrique »

2008 Poster 1st congress of the schizophrenia research society, Juin 2008. (AMELLER, POUCHET, THOMAS, DELEVOYE-TURRELL). « Attention deficit in schizophrenia »

2008 – Poster Society for Neurosciences Congress, à Washington November 2008. (AMELLER, BISAC, GIERSH, DELEVOYE-TURRELL) « Time is not the problem in Schizophrenia ».

2007 Poster Congrès international schizophrenia research, avril 2007. (AMELLER, DELEVOYE-TURRELL, WILQUIN, WING, THOMAS). « Rhythmic production in schizophrenia: treatment and illness effects »

2006 Communication orale Congrès international Psychiatry, psychology et Philosophy à Leiden. « Rhythmic production in schizophrenia: Time and force »

2006 Poster Congrès international Psychiatry, psychology et Philosophy à Leiden. (WILQUIN, AMELLER, DELEVOYE-TURRELL, WING, THOMAS). « Rhythmic production in schizophrenia: Time and force ».

Languages
English
French

Psychiatrist / Medical Coordinator

September 2018 Medical Coordinator Relais Jeunes de Sèvres, Groupe SINOUÉ.

Associated liberal consultation activity.

January 2012 – August 2018 Hospital Practitioner Adult Psychiatry and Addictology Department of Professor DUBERTRET, CHU Louis Mourier, Colombes.

2014 – Doctorate in neurosciences under the direction of Doctor PINS, University of Lille 2 ” Le trouble du sentiment de familiarity dans la schizophrénie ” (The disorder of the feeling of familiarity in schizophrenia)

2011 and 2013 Hospital Practitioner replacing Dr Petit’s Psychiatry Department, Centre Hospitalier de Polynésie Française, Tahiti.

2009-2011 Contract Hospital Practitioner in the Regional Medical-Psychological Service (SMPR), department of Professor THOMAS, Lille University Hospital Center (CHRU). Then service of Professor DUBERTRET, CHU Louis Mourier, Colombes.

2007-2009 Head of University Clinic – Hospital Assistant Adult Psychiatry Department of Professor GOUDEMAND, CHRU of Lille.

2007 – Master 2 in Neurobiology and Psychopathology of Development and Behaviour Research internship under the direction of Pr THOMAS (CNRS UMR 8610) and Dr DELEVOYE-TURRELL (URECA) in collaboration with Professor WING (SyMoN, Birmingham – UK) ” Rhythm production in schizophrenic patients and normal subjects “.

2006 – DES in Psychiatry Chaired by Professor GOUDEMAND, under the direction of Professor THOMAS ” Time and force integration in schizophrenia “.

2006 – Thesis of Medicine chaired by Professor GOUDEMAND and directed by Doctor COTTENCIN “Memory, Trauma and Psychopathology. Mourning and disorders of autobiographical memory: What link with psychotraumatic pathology? »

2005 – University Diploma in Criminology Applied to Psychiatric Expertise, Paris V.

2018 Comprehensive Psychiatry (Di LODOVICO, DUBERTRET, AMELLER). “ Vulnerability to exercise addiction, socio-demographic, behavioural and psychological characteristics of runners at risk for eating disorders 

2017 Les urgences à l’hôpital Louis Mourier. Présentation orale au 2ème congrès du FTSLU à Metz

2017 Article en soumission. Neuroimage (AMELLER, DEREUX, JARDRI, LOPES, JISSENDI, VAIVA, THOMAS, PINS). « Familiarity at the boundary of the Self: an fMRI study in schizophrenia »

2017 Frontier of human psychiatry (AMELLER, PICARD, D’HONDT, VAIVA, THOMAS, PINS). « Implicit recognition of familiar and unfamiliar faces in schizophrenia: an SCR study of familiarity disorders »

2014 Poster. Society of Biological Psychiatry, New York City.  (AMELLER, JARDRI, THOMAS, PINS). « Familiarity at the boundary of the Self: a fMRI study in schizophrenia »

2015 L’encéphale (AMELLER, GORWOOD). « Poids de la comorbidité addictive dans le risque de compliance partielle et de rechute dans la schizophrénie »

2014 Schizophrenia Research (AMELLER, DEREUX, DUBERTRET, VAIVA, THOMAS, PINS). « What is more familiar than I? Self, Other and Familiarity in schizophrenia »

2012 Poster. Congress of the schizophrenia research society, Florence.  (AMELLER, DELBOS, COTE, THOMAS, PINS). «Covert recognition of familiar, famous and unfamiliar faces in schizophrenia »

2011 – Plos One. (JARDRI, PINS, LAFARGUE, VERY, AMELLER, DELMAIRE, THOMAS).

« Mapping the neural substrates of verbal implicit self-other distinction in schizophrenia »

2011 L’Encéphale. (AMELLER, DELEVOYE-TURRELL, WILQUIN, THOMAS). « Production de rythmes dans la schizophrénie : Quel est le rôle de l’attention ? »

Depuis 2011 – Articles reviewés pour Plos One.

« Fats and Factors: Lipid Profiles Associate with Personality Factors and Suicidal History in Bipolar Subjects » ;

« The structure of the mindful Brain » ;

« Cortico-cortical white matter motor pathway microstructure is related to psychomotor retardation in major depressive disorder »

2010 L’année psychologique. (WILQUIN, DELEVOYE-TURRELL, AMELLER, THOMAS)

« Production de rythmes dans la schizophrénie : un déficit de l’alternance de temps »

2009 Annales médico-psychologiques. (LOAS, MONESTES, AMELLER, BUBROVSZKY, YON, WALLIER, BERTHOZ, CORCOS, THOMAS, GARD). « Traduction et étude de validation de la version française de l’échelle d’expérience temporelle du plaisir (EETP, Temporal Experience of Pleasure Scale, TEPS, Gard et al., 2006) Étude chez 125 étudiants et chez 162 sujets présentant un trouble psychiatrique »

2008 Poster 1st congress of the schizophrenia research society, Juin 2008. (AMELLER, POUCHET, THOMAS, DELEVOYE-TURRELL). « Attention deficit in schizophrenia »

2008 – Poster Society for Neurosciences Congress, à Washington November 2008. (AMELLER, BISAC, GIERSH, DELEVOYE-TURRELL) « Time is not the problem in Schizophrenia ».

2007 Poster Congrès international schizophrenia research, avril 2007. (AMELLER, DELEVOYE-TURRELL, WILQUIN, WING, THOMAS). « Rhythmic production in schizophrenia: treatment and illness effects »

2006 Communication orale Congrès international Psychiatry, psychology et Philosophy à Leiden. « Rhythmic production in schizophrenia: Time and force »

2006 Poster Congrès international Psychiatry, psychology et Philosophy à Leiden. (WILQUIN, AMELLER, DELEVOYE-TURRELL, WING, THOMAS). « Rhythmic production in schizophrenia: Time and force ».

English
French

Doctor CHADLI Fouad

Doctor - General Psychatry - Addictology - Eating disorder

Tel. : 04 76 98 98 98

Adresse : Clinique du Dauphiné
252, route de Saint-Nizier – 38180 Seyssins

Function

Psychiatrist

Course

Hospital Practitioner at the Alpes Isère Hospital Center

TRAINING

DU of psychotherapy
Behavioural and Cognitive Therapy
Forensic Psychiatry and Criminology IUDs

TREATED DISORDERS

  • Mood disorders
  • Addictions
  • Trouble sleeping

 

THERAPIES USED

  • Psychopharmacology
  • Cognitive behavioural therapy
Publications

Author of a thesis: “Anorexia nervosa, is it a cultural disease”…

Speciality thesis: “Depression and Degressivity in Adolescents”.

Languages
French

Psychiatrist

Hospital Practitioner at the Alpes Isère Hospital Center

TRAINING

DU of psychotherapy
Behavioural and Cognitive Therapy
Forensic Psychiatry and Criminology IUDs

TREATED DISORDERS

  • Mood disorders
  • Addictions
  • Trouble sleeping

 

THERAPIES USED

  • Psychopharmacology
  • Cognitive behavioural therapy

Author of a thesis: “Anorexia nervosa, is it a cultural disease”…

Speciality thesis: “Depression and Degressivity in Adolescents”.

French

Doctor SPECK-REUS Brigitte

Doctor - Pathology of the elderly

Tel. : 01 80 04 46 04

Adresse : Clinique Rochebrune
153, rue de Buzenval – 92380 Garches

Function

Geriatrician

Course

– Coordinating Doctor EHPAD Saint Augustin,
– General Practitioner in practice, Mollans-sur-Ouvèze (Drôme)
– Liberal speaker EHPAD + SSR at the local hospital of Buis-les-Baronnies (Drôme),
– General Practitioner in practice, Paris 20 th
– Liberal speaker EHPAD

  • MAPI Saint-Simon, Paris 20th district
  • Résidence Océane, Paris 19 th century

– Member of the AGEP network (Association of Geriatrics of Eastern Paris)

Publications

Coming soon

Languages
English
French

Geriatrician

– Coordinating Doctor EHPAD Saint Augustin,
– General Practitioner in practice, Mollans-sur-Ouvèze (Drôme)
– Liberal speaker EHPAD + SSR at the local hospital of Buis-les-Baronnies (Drôme),
– General Practitioner in practice, Paris 20 th
– Liberal speaker EHPAD

  • MAPI Saint-Simon, Paris 20th district
  • Résidence Océane, Paris 19 th century

– Member of the AGEP network (Association of Geriatrics of Eastern Paris)

Coming soon

English
French

Doctor COGNEE Christian

Doctor - Pathology of the elderly

Tel. : 04 76 98 98 98

Adresse : Clinique du Dauphiné
252, route de Saint-Nizier – 38180 Seyssins

Function

General practitioner (somatics)

Course

2017: Dauphiné Clinic

2016 – 2017: Medical Temp

1978 – 2015 : Installation as a freelancer

 

Training

2012: Geriatric Capacity Medicine

1977: Sports Trauma Medicine – Osteopathy not completed

1976: general medicine

 

Therapies practiced

Allopathic medicine

Publications

Coming soon

Languages
English
French
German

General practitioner (somatics)

2017: Dauphiné Clinic

2016 – 2017: Medical Temp

1978 – 2015 : Installation as a freelancer

 

Training

2012: Geriatric Capacity Medicine

1977: Sports Trauma Medicine – Osteopathy not completed

1976: general medicine

 

Therapies practiced

Allopathic medicine

Coming soon

English
French
German

Doctor SMADJA Julien

Doctor - General Psychatry

Tel. : 01 80 04 46 05

Adresse : Clinique Rochebrune
153, rue de Buzenval – 92380 Garches

Function

Psychiatrist

Course

– Practitioner Attaché in Gerontopsychiatry at the Sainte-Périne Hospital (Paris), liaison activity
– PHC half-time in Psychiatry and Addictology Liaison at the Ambroise-Paré Hospital (Boulogne-Billancourt), liaison activity
– Assistant Head of Clinic, Liaison Psychiatry and Medical Psychology Department, Georges Pompidou European Hospital

Training

  • DU of gerontopsychiatry
  • Thesis of Doctor of Medicine “From olfactory identification to hallucination/Schizophrenia and smell” (University of Aix-Marseille)
  • MASTER 2 in Cognitive Neuroscience (University of Aix-Marseille)
  • Certificate MSBN Psychology of Behaviour (University of Paris VI)
  • Certificate MSBN Biostatistics and Modeling (University of Paris VI)

Areas of interest

  • Gerontopsychiatry
  • liaison psychiatry
  • addictology

Fields of activity

Of care:

  • Liaison psychiatry in the adult MCO services at the Ambroise-Paré Hospital
  • Liaison activity in the acute geriatric unit and in the multi-purpose SSR at Sainte-Périne Hospital
  • Liaison addictology at the Ambroise-Paré Hospital
  • Liaison psychiatry in MCO at the Georges Pompidou European Hospital

Teaching :

Teaching gerontopsychiatry liaison DU of gerontopsychiatry of Pr Limosin
Teaching at the René Descartes Medical Universities in Paris, with staff, interns and external staff of the APHP hospitals, and city pharmacists.

Research:

Research (Study of emotions in anosmic patients; implementation of a new olfacto-visual olfactory identification test in a population of hospitalized patients suffering from schizophrenia;…)
Public Health

Publications

– Author of numerous publications (Study of emotions in anosmic patients; Liaison psychiatry; Mechanical restraint in resuscitation; Psychiatric pathology and pregnancy, …).
– Papers and posters in international and national congresses

Languages
English
French

Psychiatrist

– Practitioner Attaché in Gerontopsychiatry at the Sainte-Périne Hospital (Paris), liaison activity
– PHC half-time in Psychiatry and Addictology Liaison at the Ambroise-Paré Hospital (Boulogne-Billancourt), liaison activity
– Assistant Head of Clinic, Liaison Psychiatry and Medical Psychology Department, Georges Pompidou European Hospital

Training

  • DU of gerontopsychiatry
  • Thesis of Doctor of Medicine “From olfactory identification to hallucination/Schizophrenia and smell” (University of Aix-Marseille)
  • MASTER 2 in Cognitive Neuroscience (University of Aix-Marseille)
  • Certificate MSBN Psychology of Behaviour (University of Paris VI)
  • Certificate MSBN Biostatistics and Modeling (University of Paris VI)

Areas of interest

  • Gerontopsychiatry
  • liaison psychiatry
  • addictology

Fields of activity

Of care:

  • Liaison psychiatry in the adult MCO services at the Ambroise-Paré Hospital
  • Liaison activity in the acute geriatric unit and in the multi-purpose SSR at Sainte-Périne Hospital
  • Liaison addictology at the Ambroise-Paré Hospital
  • Liaison psychiatry in MCO at the Georges Pompidou European Hospital

Teaching :

Teaching gerontopsychiatry liaison DU of gerontopsychiatry of Pr Limosin
Teaching at the René Descartes Medical Universities in Paris, with staff, interns and external staff of the APHP hospitals, and city pharmacists.

Research:

Research (Study of emotions in anosmic patients; implementation of a new olfacto-visual olfactory identification test in a population of hospitalized patients suffering from schizophrenia;…)
Public Health

– Author of numerous publications (Study of emotions in anosmic patients; Liaison psychiatry; Mechanical restraint in resuscitation; Psychiatric pathology and pregnancy, …).
– Papers and posters in international and national congresses

English
French

Doctor DJEBBAR Fatiha

Doctor - General Psychatry

Tel. : 04 76 98 98 98

Adresse : Clinique du Dauphiné
252, route de Saint-Nizier – 38180 Seyssins

Function

Psychiatrist

Course

Hospital Practitioner at Centre Hospitalier Alpes Isère

Publications

Coming soon

Languages
French

Psychiatrist

Hospital Practitioner at Centre Hospitalier Alpes Isère

Coming soon

French

Doctor SERIDI Zineb

Doctor - Pathology of the elderly

Tel. : 01 80 04 46 05

Adresse : Clinique Rochebrune
153, rue de Buzenval – 92380 Garches

Function

Geriatrician

Course

2013: Part-time Hospital Practitioner, in charge of 2 long-stay units, Pr L. Teillet, Sainte Périne Hospital.
2012: Vacation for memory consultation, memory consultation, Pr J. ANKRI.
2010: Full-time attached practitioner, in charge of 2 long-stay units, Pr L. Teillet.
2007-2010: Full-time attached practitioner in acute geriatrics unit then in follow-up care at Sainte Perine hospital, senior doctor co-responsible for one SSR unit, Pr L. Teillet.
2006/2007: Acting as an intern in polyvalent medicine with a geriatric orientation.
2005/2006: Acting as an intern in the medical-surgical emergency department of the hospital of Sèvres.

Training

2015: University degree: neuropsychology, theoretical and clinical approaches (Pr Dubois, University of Paris VI).
2013: National Competition for Hospital Practitioners.
APHP : Management, Medical English for 3 years with an internship in Brighton and Bath.
2011: Inter-University Diploma in Oncology and Malignant Haematology of the Elderly (University of Paris V).
2009: Inter-University Diploma in Cardiovascular Diseases of the Elderly (University of Paris XI, Pr Assayag).
2007: 1 Geriatrics capacity, University of Paris V.
2 Emergency medicine capacity CAMU, University of Paris V, Pr Carli
2006: University Diploma in Nephro-Geriatrics, University of Paris VII
2005: University diploma in emergency medical aid, University PARIS V, Pr Carli
2003: Diploma in Pediatric Pathology, University of Paris VI.
2001: Certificate of clinical and therapeutic synthesis.
1993: Doctor of Medicine, qualification in General Medicine, Faculty of Algiers.

Centres of interest (specialities)

General geriatrics, oncology, nephrology and cardiovascular.
Geriatric Neuropsychology

Publications

– Teaching: Teaching of geriatrics at the nursing school of Bichat and at the Red Cross School of Nursing.
– Thesis and dissertations, publications

Languages
English
French

Geriatrician

2013: Part-time Hospital Practitioner, in charge of 2 long-stay units, Pr L. Teillet, Sainte Périne Hospital.
2012: Vacation for memory consultation, memory consultation, Pr J. ANKRI.
2010: Full-time attached practitioner, in charge of 2 long-stay units, Pr L. Teillet.
2007-2010: Full-time attached practitioner in acute geriatrics unit then in follow-up care at Sainte Perine hospital, senior doctor co-responsible for one SSR unit, Pr L. Teillet.
2006/2007: Acting as an intern in polyvalent medicine with a geriatric orientation.
2005/2006: Acting as an intern in the medical-surgical emergency department of the hospital of Sèvres.

Training

2015: University degree: neuropsychology, theoretical and clinical approaches (Pr Dubois, University of Paris VI).
2013: National Competition for Hospital Practitioners.
APHP : Management, Medical English for 3 years with an internship in Brighton and Bath.
2011: Inter-University Diploma in Oncology and Malignant Haematology of the Elderly (University of Paris V).
2009: Inter-University Diploma in Cardiovascular Diseases of the Elderly (University of Paris XI, Pr Assayag).
2007: 1 Geriatrics capacity, University of Paris V.
2 Emergency medicine capacity CAMU, University of Paris V, Pr Carli
2006: University Diploma in Nephro-Geriatrics, University of Paris VII
2005: University diploma in emergency medical aid, University PARIS V, Pr Carli
2003: Diploma in Pediatric Pathology, University of Paris VI.
2001: Certificate of clinical and therapeutic synthesis.
1993: Doctor of Medicine, qualification in General Medicine, Faculty of Algiers.

Centres of interest (specialities)

General geriatrics, oncology, nephrology and cardiovascular.
Geriatric Neuropsychology

– Teaching: Teaching of geriatrics at the nursing school of Bichat and at the Red Cross School of Nursing.
– Thesis and dissertations, publications

English
French

Doctor FRANÇOIS Mathieu

Doctor - General Psychatry

Tel. : 04 76 98 98 98

Adresse : Clinique du Dauphiné
252, route de Saint-Nizier – 38180 Seyssins

Function

Psychiatrist

Course

Former intern at the Grenoble faculty.

Contract Hospital Practitioner on the CHAI from January 2017 to July 2018.

TRAINING

Diploma in Interpersonal Therapy.

 

AREAS OF INTEREST (SPECIALTIES)

  • Mood disorders
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Psychiatric Disorder of the Elderly

 

TREATED DISORDERS

  • Mood disorder
  • Anxiety disorders

THERAPIES USED

  • Psychopharmacology.
  • Interpersonal Therapy
Publications

These: NEUROLOGY MS ID: NEUROLOGY/2018/947309

« Suicide and suicide attempts after subthalamic nucleus stimulation in Parkinson’s disease »

Languages
English
French

Psychiatrist

Former intern at the Grenoble faculty.

Contract Hospital Practitioner on the CHAI from January 2017 to July 2018.

TRAINING

Diploma in Interpersonal Therapy.

 

AREAS OF INTEREST (SPECIALTIES)

  • Mood disorders
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Psychiatric Disorder of the Elderly

 

TREATED DISORDERS

  • Mood disorder
  • Anxiety disorders

THERAPIES USED

  • Psychopharmacology.
  • Interpersonal Therapy

These: NEUROLOGY MS ID: NEUROLOGY/2018/947309

« Suicide and suicide attempts after subthalamic nucleus stimulation in Parkinson’s disease »

English
French

Doctor PECHINOT Frédérique

Doctor - Pathology of the elderly

Tel. : 01 80 04 46 04

Adresse : Clinique Rochebrune
153, rue de Buzenval – 92380 Garches

Function

Geriatrician

Head of a care unit in Follow-up and Rehabilitation Care

Course

Since September 2016: Geriatrician in gerontopsychiatric follow-up care and rehabilitation – Clinique Rochebrune in Garches

December 2007 to April 2016: Coordinating doctor in oncological follow-up care and rehabilitation – Clinique de la Défense in Nanterre

November 2004 to November 2007: Assistant in internal medicine in the department of Dr Jockey (Head of the Dr Champetier de Ribes department), at the Franco-British Hospital Institute of Levallois-Perret.

May 2004 to October 2004 : Emergency assistant at the Franco-British Hospital Institute of Levallois-Perret.

1996 to 2004: Replacement general practitioner in the Paris region and in the provinces.

TRAINING

2017: DU of psychiatry of the elderly subject (Paris V)

2012: Onco-Gériatrie IUD (Paris V)

2009: DU of Clinical Carcinology (Institut Gustave Roussy)

2008: Gerontology Capacity (Paris VI)

1998: Capacity of Urgent Medical Aid (Paris XII)

1996: Doctorate in General Medicine (Paris V Necker)

 

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Geriatrics
  • Gerontopsychiatry
Publications

Coming soon

Languages
English
French

Geriatrician

Head of a care unit in Follow-up and Rehabilitation Care

Since September 2016: Geriatrician in gerontopsychiatric follow-up care and rehabilitation – Clinique Rochebrune in Garches

December 2007 to April 2016: Coordinating doctor in oncological follow-up care and rehabilitation – Clinique de la Défense in Nanterre

November 2004 to November 2007: Assistant in internal medicine in the department of Dr Jockey (Head of the Dr Champetier de Ribes department), at the Franco-British Hospital Institute of Levallois-Perret.

May 2004 to October 2004 : Emergency assistant at the Franco-British Hospital Institute of Levallois-Perret.

1996 to 2004: Replacement general practitioner in the Paris region and in the provinces.

TRAINING

2017: DU of psychiatry of the elderly subject (Paris V)

2012: Onco-Gériatrie IUD (Paris V)

2009: DU of Clinical Carcinology (Institut Gustave Roussy)

2008: Gerontology Capacity (Paris VI)

1998: Capacity of Urgent Medical Aid (Paris XII)

1996: Doctorate in General Medicine (Paris V Necker)

 

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Geriatrics
  • Gerontopsychiatry

Coming soon

English
French

Doctor GIRAUD BARO Élisabeth

Doctor - General Psychatry - Pathology of the elderly

Tel. : 04 76 98 98 98

Adresse : Clinique du Dauphiné
252, route de Saint-Nizier – 38180 Seyssins

Function

Psychiatrist

Course

Former intern at the Psychiatric Hospitals (Clermont Ferrand) Hospital Psychiatrist Former head of department at the Vichy Hospital Center and at the Alpes Isère Hospital Center Former head of Pole (Handicap, Addiction, Rehabilitation) at the Alpes Isère Hospital Center Founding member of the RéHpsy network (Psychic Disability Network)

  • Former intern at the Psychiatric Hospitals (Clermont Ferrand)
  • Hospital Psychiatrist
  • Former head of department at the Vichy Hospital and the Alpes Isère Hospital Center
  • Hospital Psychiatrist
  • Former head of Pole (Handicap, Addiction, Rehabilitation) at the Alpes Isère Hospital Center.
    Founding member of the RéHpsy network (Psychic Disability Network)
Publications

1. RESEARCH

  • Participation as principal investigator in several phase II and III pharmacological studies.
    PHRC
  • – PHRC 2000 – DRC Grenoble. Principal investigator. Evaluation of the impact of written information on their illness and treatment among patients treated for major depressive disorders in a psychiatric setting.
  • – PHRC 2002 – DRC Grenoble. Associate investigator. Therapeutic education of psychotic patients. Impact of the effects on hospitalization.
  • – PHRC 2005 – DRC Lyon. Associate investigator. Study of the effectiveness of a cognitive remediation therapy by computer-assisted hierarchical training in schizophrenia.

Medical thesis: placebo theoretical and practical aspects

Brief CES psychiatry: a critical look at benzodiazepine use

 

2. PUBLICATIONS

On the psyche-soma relationship

  • GIRAUD: The placebo – SYNAPSE 9. – – 1985.
  • GIRAUD: The placebo effect: VST 161 – 1985.
  • GIRAUD – M. REYNAUD – AJ COUDERT : About the placebo effect : Beyond magic, from symbolic to synaptic. Inf Psy. 63.9 – 1989.
  • PLANCHE – AB. DAUVERCHAIN – M. HASSINE – F. FARGES – E. GIRAUD D’ELLOY – N. BESSON – G. BERTHON – Cultural stress in Vichy (about 25 cases of psycho-emotional decompensation in foreign nationals studying at CAVILAM) – Medical Psychology – 1992 – 24 – 4 : 325-327.

 

Psychotropic drugs and psychoeducation

  • GIRAUD D’ ELLOY – M. REYNAUD : Benzodiazepines, for better or for worse – SYNAPSE – 1986.
  • GIRAUD D’ELLOY – P. D’ELLOY – M. REYNAUD : On the rational prescription of psychotropic drugs in institutional settings – Revue de la Croix Marine – 1988.
  • REYNAUD – AJ. COUDERT – E. GIRAUD D’ELLOY : Tranquilizers, instructions for use – 1987 – SYNAPSE Ed.
    Participation in the book coordinated by Michel REYNAUD : L’art thérapeutique – 1986 – SYNAPSE Ed.
  • GIRAUD D’ELLOY : Well-being on prescription – Studies – June 1990.
  • REYNAUD – E. GIRAUD D’ELLOY : Tranquilliser au risque de la dépendance – Psychiatrie Française – N° 1. 1991 May – p. 75-88.
  • REYNAUD – E. GIRAUD D’ELLOY – S. TURBE : Abusive consumption and addictions to BZD, Typology of over-consumption and long-term effects, Psychotropic drugs volume VII n°2 – 1992.
  • REYNAUD – E. GIRAUD D’ELLOY – S. TURBE – JC. CHASAING – AJ. COUDERT : Consommation abusive et toxicomanies aux benzodiazépines dans les nouvelles addictions – Masson – 1991 p. 183-185.
  • ELLOY’S GIRAUD – JM. TALPIN – F. PLANCHE : La femme Alcoolique, ses médicaments, son corps et son médecin : Alcoologie ” Mythe ou réalité ” Clermont-Ferrand – 21 et 22 septembre 1990.
  • GIRAUD D’ELLOY – A.B. DAUVERCHAIN – JM. TALPIN : Depression in duet : communication at the congress of the AFPP – Angers – 1991.
  • BORDENAVE GABRIEL C. – GIRAUD BARO E. – De BEAUCHAMPS I. – BOUGEROL T. – CALOP J. – Can a link be established between information, knowledge and drug compliance in patients suffering from psychotic disorders? Journal de Pharmacie Clinique 2002 ; 21 : 123-129
  • BORDENAVE – GABRIEL V. – GIRAUD BARO E. – De BEAUCHAMP I. – BOUGEROL T. – CALOP J. – Why are patients suffering from psychotic disorders not compliant with their medication? – L’Encéphale, 2003; XXIX: 213 -22
  • De BEAUCHAMP I.-GIRAUD BARO E.-BOUGEROL T-CALOP J.-ALLENET B- Therapeutic education of psychotic patients : impact on rehospitatlisation – Educ Ther Patient/ther Patient Educ 2010 ;2(2) :S1-S7
    M Baudrant-Boga J Holtzmann – B Allenet — E Giraud-Baro Treatment adherence as a social ability: A case of patients with schizophrenia Journal de pharmacie de Belgique 64(3):91-8 September 2009

 

Psychosis and psycho-social rehabilitation

  • Participation in the book : SOIGNER LA FOLIE : M. REYNAUD BERGERET 1989 Frison ROCHE
  • Participation in the Impact Médecin dossier “les schizophrènes” 1992.
  • BARO. E. ELLOY’S GIRAUD. I. BALLAND. L. GEMBARA : Awareness of illness and care of the psychotic – paper presented at the XIV Journées de l’Information Psychiatrique – 1995 – Lille.
  • BORDENAVE-GABIEL, E. GIRAUD BARO, I. de BEAUCHAMP, T. BOUGEROL, S. CALOP: Can a link be established between information, knowledge and drug compliance in patients suffering from psychotic disorders? Journal of Clinical Pharmacology n°2, Vol 21. June 2002.
  • GIRAUD BARO – D. LEGUAY: The future of the medico-social interface in ” Psychiatry year 2000 ” 106-112 Medicine Sciences Flammarion
  • GIRAUD BARO – G. VIDON, D. LEGUAY : Care rehabilitate For a reformulation of the care and service offer. L’Information Psychiatrique Vol 82 N° 4 April 2006
  • GIRAUD BARO: Psychosocial rehabilitation in France. Annales Médico Psychologiques 165 (2007) 191-194
  • GIRAUD BARO – G. VIDON, D. LEGUAY : Care rehabilitate For a reformulation of the care and service offer. L’Information Psychiatrique Vol 82 N° 4 April 2006
  • GIRAUD BARO – M. DUPREZ: Law of 11 February 2005 “For equal rights and opportunities, participation and citizenship of persons with disabilities”.
Languages
French

Psychiatrist

Former intern at the Psychiatric Hospitals (Clermont Ferrand) Hospital Psychiatrist Former head of department at the Vichy Hospital Center and at the Alpes Isère Hospital Center Former head of Pole (Handicap, Addiction, Rehabilitation) at the Alpes Isère Hospital Center Founding member of the RéHpsy network (Psychic Disability Network)

  • Former intern at the Psychiatric Hospitals (Clermont Ferrand)
  • Hospital Psychiatrist
  • Former head of department at the Vichy Hospital and the Alpes Isère Hospital Center
  • Hospital Psychiatrist
  • Former head of Pole (Handicap, Addiction, Rehabilitation) at the Alpes Isère Hospital Center.
    Founding member of the RéHpsy network (Psychic Disability Network)

1. RESEARCH

  • Participation as principal investigator in several phase II and III pharmacological studies.
    PHRC
  • – PHRC 2000 – DRC Grenoble. Principal investigator. Evaluation of the impact of written information on their illness and treatment among patients treated for major depressive disorders in a psychiatric setting.
  • – PHRC 2002 – DRC Grenoble. Associate investigator. Therapeutic education of psychotic patients. Impact of the effects on hospitalization.
  • – PHRC 2005 – DRC Lyon. Associate investigator. Study of the effectiveness of a cognitive remediation therapy by computer-assisted hierarchical training in schizophrenia.

Medical thesis: placebo theoretical and practical aspects

Brief CES psychiatry: a critical look at benzodiazepine use

 

2. PUBLICATIONS

On the psyche-soma relationship

  • GIRAUD: The placebo – SYNAPSE 9. – – 1985.
  • GIRAUD: The placebo effect: VST 161 – 1985.
  • GIRAUD – M. REYNAUD – AJ COUDERT : About the placebo effect : Beyond magic, from symbolic to synaptic. Inf Psy. 63.9 – 1989.
  • PLANCHE – AB. DAUVERCHAIN – M. HASSINE – F. FARGES – E. GIRAUD D’ELLOY – N. BESSON – G. BERTHON – Cultural stress in Vichy (about 25 cases of psycho-emotional decompensation in foreign nationals studying at CAVILAM) – Medical Psychology – 1992 – 24 – 4 : 325-327.

 

Psychotropic drugs and psychoeducation

  • GIRAUD D’ ELLOY – M. REYNAUD : Benzodiazepines, for better or for worse – SYNAPSE – 1986.
  • GIRAUD D’ELLOY – P. D’ELLOY – M. REYNAUD : On the rational prescription of psychotropic drugs in institutional settings – Revue de la Croix Marine – 1988.
  • REYNAUD – AJ. COUDERT – E. GIRAUD D’ELLOY : Tranquilizers, instructions for use – 1987 – SYNAPSE Ed.
    Participation in the book coordinated by Michel REYNAUD : L’art thérapeutique – 1986 – SYNAPSE Ed.
  • GIRAUD D’ELLOY : Well-being on prescription – Studies – June 1990.
  • REYNAUD – E. GIRAUD D’ELLOY : Tranquilliser au risque de la dépendance – Psychiatrie Française – N° 1. 1991 May – p. 75-88.
  • REYNAUD – E. GIRAUD D’ELLOY – S. TURBE : Abusive consumption and addictions to BZD, Typology of over-consumption and long-term effects, Psychotropic drugs volume VII n°2 – 1992.
  • REYNAUD – E. GIRAUD D’ELLOY – S. TURBE – JC. CHASAING – AJ. COUDERT : Consommation abusive et toxicomanies aux benzodiazépines dans les nouvelles addictions – Masson – 1991 p. 183-185.
  • ELLOY’S GIRAUD – JM. TALPIN – F. PLANCHE : La femme Alcoolique, ses médicaments, son corps et son médecin : Alcoologie ” Mythe ou réalité ” Clermont-Ferrand – 21 et 22 septembre 1990.
  • GIRAUD D’ELLOY – A.B. DAUVERCHAIN – JM. TALPIN : Depression in duet : communication at the congress of the AFPP – Angers – 1991.
  • BORDENAVE GABRIEL C. – GIRAUD BARO E. – De BEAUCHAMPS I. – BOUGEROL T. – CALOP J. – Can a link be established between information, knowledge and drug compliance in patients suffering from psychotic disorders? Journal de Pharmacie Clinique 2002 ; 21 : 123-129
  • BORDENAVE – GABRIEL V. – GIRAUD BARO E. – De BEAUCHAMP I. – BOUGEROL T. – CALOP J. – Why are patients suffering from psychotic disorders not compliant with their medication? – L’Encéphale, 2003; XXIX: 213 -22
  • De BEAUCHAMP I.-GIRAUD BARO E.-BOUGEROL T-CALOP J.-ALLENET B- Therapeutic education of psychotic patients : impact on rehospitatlisation – Educ Ther Patient/ther Patient Educ 2010 ;2(2) :S1-S7
    M Baudrant-Boga J Holtzmann – B Allenet — E Giraud-Baro Treatment adherence as a social ability: A case of patients with schizophrenia Journal de pharmacie de Belgique 64(3):91-8 September 2009

 

Psychosis and psycho-social rehabilitation

  • Participation in the book : SOIGNER LA FOLIE : M. REYNAUD BERGERET 1989 Frison ROCHE
  • Participation in the Impact Médecin dossier “les schizophrènes” 1992.
  • BARO. E. ELLOY’S GIRAUD. I. BALLAND. L. GEMBARA : Awareness of illness and care of the psychotic – paper presented at the XIV Journées de l’Information Psychiatrique – 1995 – Lille.
  • BORDENAVE-GABIEL, E. GIRAUD BARO, I. de BEAUCHAMP, T. BOUGEROL, S. CALOP: Can a link be established between information, knowledge and drug compliance in patients suffering from psychotic disorders? Journal of Clinical Pharmacology n°2, Vol 21. June 2002.
  • GIRAUD BARO – D. LEGUAY: The future of the medico-social interface in ” Psychiatry year 2000 ” 106-112 Medicine Sciences Flammarion
  • GIRAUD BARO – G. VIDON, D. LEGUAY : Care rehabilitate For a reformulation of the care and service offer. L’Information Psychiatrique Vol 82 N° 4 April 2006
  • GIRAUD BARO: Psychosocial rehabilitation in France. Annales Médico Psychologiques 165 (2007) 191-194
  • GIRAUD BARO – G. VIDON, D. LEGUAY : Care rehabilitate For a reformulation of the care and service offer. L’Information Psychiatrique Vol 82 N° 4 April 2006
  • GIRAUD BARO – M. DUPREZ: Law of 11 February 2005 “For equal rights and opportunities, participation and citizenship of persons with disabilities”.

French

Doctor PAOLANTONI Catherine

Doctor - Pathology of the elderly

Tel. : 01 80 04 46 04

Adresse : Clinique Rochebrune
153, rue de Buzenval – 92380 Garches

Function

Geriatrician

Course

1988-1991: Doctor of Internal Medicine at the University City Hospital
1991-2009 : emergency doctor at the Foch hospital in Suresnes
2009-2010: geriatrician in SRG at the cité des fleurs in Courbevoie
2010-2012 : geriatrician at the Foch Hospital, UGA
2012-2013: doctor in digestive surgery at Foch Hospital
2013-2015: doctor at the post-emergency department of the Foch Hospital
2016-2017: orthopaedic doctor at the IHFB in Levallois

 

TRAINING

2005: Geriatric capacity
1991: Emergency Medicine Capacity
October 1988: Doctorate in General Medicine

Publications

Coming soon

Languages
English
French

Geriatrician

1988-1991: Doctor of Internal Medicine at the University City Hospital
1991-2009 : emergency doctor at the Foch hospital in Suresnes
2009-2010: geriatrician in SRG at the cité des fleurs in Courbevoie
2010-2012 : geriatrician at the Foch Hospital, UGA
2012-2013: doctor in digestive surgery at Foch Hospital
2013-2015: doctor at the post-emergency department of the Foch Hospital
2016-2017: orthopaedic doctor at the IHFB in Levallois

 

TRAINING

2005: Geriatric capacity
1991: Emergency Medicine Capacity
October 1988: Doctorate in General Medicine

Coming soon

English
French

Doctor HAMAIDI Toufik

Doctor - General Psychatry

Tel. : 04 76 98 98 98

Adresse : Clinique du Dauphiné
252, route de Saint-Nizier – 38180 Seyssins

Function

Psychiatrist

Course

Coming soon

Publications

Coming soon

Languages
French

Psychiatrist

Coming soon

Coming soon

French

Doctor JEAN-AILLERET Coralie

Doctor - Pathology of the elderly

Tel. : 01 80 04 46 04

Adresse : Clinique de Rochebrune
153, rue de Buzenval – 92380 Garches

Function

Geriatrician

Head of the cognitive-behavioural rehabilitation unit and geronto-psychiatry intervener at the Clinique Rochebrune since 2013.

Course
  • Deputy doctor, head of the Neuro-Psycho-geriatric unit and substitute in the cognitive-behavioral unit at the Léopold Bellan Hospital (Paris XIV)
  • Former Contract Hospital Practitioner of the External Geriatric Mobile Team at the Georges Pompidou European Hospital (Paris XV)
  • Former Contract Hospital Practitioner in the Geriatrics Department of the Vaugirard-Gabriel-Pallez Hospital (Paris XV).

 

TRAINING

  • DU ” Neuropsychology : theoretical and clinical approaches ” (GH Pitié-Salpêtrière)
  • DU “Psychogeriatry, the approach to difficult elderly people: diagnosis and medical care” (Ste. Anne’s Hospital)
  • FROM “Management of acute, chronic and emergency pain” (HEG. Pompidou)
    Gerontology Capacity Diploma (Charles-Foix Hospital)
  • DU ” Accompaniment and palliative care ” (Paul Brousse Hospital)
  • FROM “AIDS, other human retrovirosis and STDs” (Bichat Hospital)
  • Medical studies and doctorate (EBU Broussais-Hôtel-Dieu)

AREAS OF INTEREST

  • Neuropsychology
  • Psychogeriatry
  • Acute, chronic and emergency pain management
  • Geriatric general-purpose medicine
Publications

Various written, oral and poster publications

Languages
English
French

Geriatrician

Head of the cognitive-behavioural rehabilitation unit and geronto-psychiatry intervener at the Clinique Rochebrune since 2013.

  • Deputy doctor, head of the Neuro-Psycho-geriatric unit and substitute in the cognitive-behavioral unit at the Léopold Bellan Hospital (Paris XIV)
  • Former Contract Hospital Practitioner of the External Geriatric Mobile Team at the Georges Pompidou European Hospital (Paris XV)
  • Former Contract Hospital Practitioner in the Geriatrics Department of the Vaugirard-Gabriel-Pallez Hospital (Paris XV).

 

TRAINING

  • DU ” Neuropsychology : theoretical and clinical approaches ” (GH Pitié-Salpêtrière)
  • DU “Psychogeriatry, the approach to difficult elderly people: diagnosis and medical care” (Ste. Anne’s Hospital)
  • FROM “Management of acute, chronic and emergency pain” (HEG. Pompidou)
    Gerontology Capacity Diploma (Charles-Foix Hospital)
  • DU ” Accompaniment and palliative care ” (Paul Brousse Hospital)
  • FROM “AIDS, other human retrovirosis and STDs” (Bichat Hospital)
  • Medical studies and doctorate (EBU Broussais-Hôtel-Dieu)

AREAS OF INTEREST

  • Neuropsychology
  • Psychogeriatry
  • Acute, chronic and emergency pain management
  • Geriatric general-purpose medicine

Various written, oral and poster publications

English
French

Doctor NERSON François

Doctor - Pathology of the elderly

Tel. : 04 76 98 98 98

Adresse : Clinique du Dauphiné
252, route de Saint-Nizier – 38180 Seyssins

Function

Geriatrician

Course

2005-2013: Coordinating Doctor in EHPAD
1998: Liberal activity
1995-1998: Assistancy

Training
2015: National Capacity for Gerontology
1993: IUD for sleep physiology and pathology

 

  • Disorders treated
  • Geriatric syndromes
Publications
  • Speaker at the First Grenoble Geronto-Psychiatric Day
  • Lecturer at the Faculty of Medicine for the National Capacity of Gerontology
Languages
English
French

Geriatrician

2005-2013: Coordinating Doctor in EHPAD
1998: Liberal activity
1995-1998: Assistancy

Training
2015: National Capacity for Gerontology
1993: IUD for sleep physiology and pathology

 

  • Disorders treated
  • Geriatric syndromes
  • Speaker at the First Grenoble Geronto-Psychiatric Day
  • Lecturer at the Faculty of Medicine for the National Capacity of Gerontology

English
French

Doctor IONITA Adèla

Doctor - General Psychatry - Pathology of the elderly

Tel. : 01 80 04 46 00

Adresse : Clinique Rochebrune
153, rue de Buzenval – 92380 Garches

Function

Psychiatrist

Course
  • Full-time Attached Hospital Practitioner, Emergency and Post-Emergency Psychiatric Department, CHRU Montpellier
  • Contract Hospital Practitioner, full time, Department of Emergency and Post-Emergency Psychiatry (Pr Ph COURTET), CHRU Montpellier
  • Full-time Hospital Practitioner, Head of Hospitalization Unit, Psychiatric Post Emergency Service (Pr Ph COURTET), CHRU Montpellier

 

TRAINING

  • DES in Psychiatry (Montpellier) Subject “Evaluation of correlations between cognitive and social abilities of suicidal people”.
  • DU ” Introduction to cognitive-behavioural therapies ” (Montpellier)
  • MASTER 1 Health Biology (Montpellier): “Bio statistics” and “Psychopharmacology” teaching units
  • MASTER 2 Research Biology and Health (Montpellier)

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Gerontopsychiatry.
  • Mood disorders, suicidal behaviour, anxiety disorders, pregnancy and psychopathology, eating disorders, adult ADHD

TREATED DISORDERS

  • Psychiatric care: Post Emergency Inpatient Unit (suicide crisis); Outpatient consultation, Psychiatric emergencies,
  • Liaison psychiatry (CHRU Montpellier); Addictology; Participation in pre and post surgical evaluations in neurosurgery
  • Teaching: regular speaker in several training courses, several university degrees
  • Research: Investigator in several projects conducted in the department of Pr Ph COURTET, CHRU Montpellier (suicidal behaviour, mood disorders, addictions).
Publications

– Author of publications on suicidal behaviour, mood disorders, and suicide.

– Papers in Professional Days, National and International Congresses in Psychiatry.

Languages
English
French

Psychiatrist

  • Full-time Attached Hospital Practitioner, Emergency and Post-Emergency Psychiatric Department, CHRU Montpellier
  • Contract Hospital Practitioner, full time, Department of Emergency and Post-Emergency Psychiatry (Pr Ph COURTET), CHRU Montpellier
  • Full-time Hospital Practitioner, Head of Hospitalization Unit, Psychiatric Post Emergency Service (Pr Ph COURTET), CHRU Montpellier

 

TRAINING

  • DES in Psychiatry (Montpellier) Subject “Evaluation of correlations between cognitive and social abilities of suicidal people”.
  • DU ” Introduction to cognitive-behavioural therapies ” (Montpellier)
  • MASTER 1 Health Biology (Montpellier): “Bio statistics” and “Psychopharmacology” teaching units
  • MASTER 2 Research Biology and Health (Montpellier)

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Gerontopsychiatry.
  • Mood disorders, suicidal behaviour, anxiety disorders, pregnancy and psychopathology, eating disorders, adult ADHD

TREATED DISORDERS

  • Psychiatric care: Post Emergency Inpatient Unit (suicide crisis); Outpatient consultation, Psychiatric emergencies,
  • Liaison psychiatry (CHRU Montpellier); Addictology; Participation in pre and post surgical evaluations in neurosurgery
  • Teaching: regular speaker in several training courses, several university degrees
  • Research: Investigator in several projects conducted in the department of Pr Ph COURTET, CHRU Montpellier (suicidal behaviour, mood disorders, addictions).

– Author of publications on suicidal behaviour, mood disorders, and suicide.

– Papers in Professional Days, National and International Congresses in Psychiatry.

English
French

Doctor GUIHENEUF-TOBIE Catherine

Doctor - Pathology of the elderly

Tel. : 01 80 04 46 04

Adresse : Clinique Rochebrune
153, rue de Buzenval – 92380 Garches

Function

Geriatrician

Geriatrician specializing in geronto-psychiatry, coordinating physician of the Clinique Rochebrune’s Gerontopsychiatry Day Therapeutic and Prevention Centre, sleep physician, since 2013.

Course
  • Assistant doctor in the geriatric department of GH Saint-Joseph (Memory consultation; Mobile geriatric team and UGA) (Paris)
  • Coordinating doctor in EHPAD
  • Practitioner Attached to the Vaugirard Hospital (Paris)
  • Contract Hospital Practitioner at the Metz-Thionville Regional Hospital (CHR)

TRAINING

  • IUD Sleep and its pathology (Université Paris-Diderot)
  • DU in neuropsychology (GH Pitié-Salpêtrière, Université Paris Descartes)
  • DU Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias (Paris VII)
  • DU Psychiatry of the Elderly (University Paris Descartes)
  • Capacity in Geriatrics (University of Nancy)
  • Doctorate in General Medicine (University of Bordeaux)

 

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Psychogeriatry and gerontopsychiatry
  • Sleep
  • Frailties of the elderly subject
  • Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias
  • Consultation of the brief

Geriatric Mobile Team

Publications

Various written, oral and poster publications.

Languages
English
French

Geriatrician

Geriatrician specializing in geronto-psychiatry, coordinating physician of the Clinique Rochebrune’s Gerontopsychiatry Day Therapeutic and Prevention Centre, sleep physician, since 2013.

  • Assistant doctor in the geriatric department of GH Saint-Joseph (Memory consultation; Mobile geriatric team and UGA) (Paris)
  • Coordinating doctor in EHPAD
  • Practitioner Attached to the Vaugirard Hospital (Paris)
  • Contract Hospital Practitioner at the Metz-Thionville Regional Hospital (CHR)

TRAINING

  • IUD Sleep and its pathology (Université Paris-Diderot)
  • DU in neuropsychology (GH Pitié-Salpêtrière, Université Paris Descartes)
  • DU Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias (Paris VII)
  • DU Psychiatry of the Elderly (University Paris Descartes)
  • Capacity in Geriatrics (University of Nancy)
  • Doctorate in General Medicine (University of Bordeaux)

 

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Psychogeriatry and gerontopsychiatry
  • Sleep
  • Frailties of the elderly subject
  • Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias
  • Consultation of the brief

Geriatric Mobile Team

Various written, oral and poster publications.

English
French

Doctor NERSON Pierre

Doctor - General Psychatry

Tel. : 04 76 98 98 98

Adresse : Clinique du Dauphiné
252, route de Saint-Nizier – 38180 Seyssins

Function

General practitioner

Course

2017: Dauphiné Clinic
2017-2018: general practitioner somatics at the Clinique du Grésivaudan
2010-2017: general practitioner somatics at CHAI
1998-2018: Doctor member of the reform commission at the DASS 1969 – 1994 – 2010: Expert for insurance companies
1971-2010: liberal general practitioner
1970-1972: Penitentiary doctor
1970: medical consultant to the Lyon CPAM (French National Health Insurance Fund)

TRAINING
1968: Doctorate in Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Lyon, France.
1968: 1st year of cardiology
1968: Diploma in Public Health

Publications

Coming soon

Languages
English
French
Spanish

General practitioner

2017: Dauphiné Clinic
2017-2018: general practitioner somatics at the Clinique du Grésivaudan
2010-2017: general practitioner somatics at CHAI
1998-2018: Doctor member of the reform commission at the DASS 1969 – 1994 – 2010: Expert for insurance companies
1971-2010: liberal general practitioner
1970-1972: Penitentiary doctor
1970: medical consultant to the Lyon CPAM (French National Health Insurance Fund)

TRAINING
1968: Doctorate in Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Lyon, France.
1968: 1st year of cardiology
1968: Diploma in Public Health

Coming soon

English
French
Spanish

Doctor GIRAUD Gaëla

Doctor - General Psychatry - Pathology of the elderly

Tel. : 01 80 04 46 05

Adresse : Clinique Rochebrune
153, rue de Buzenval – 92380 Garches

Function

Psychiatric doctor

In charge of a gerontopsychiatric care unit at the Rochebrune clinic since July 2015.

Course

Assistant physician in the University Service of Advanced Age Psychiatry (SUPAA) of Pr Armin Von Gunten at the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois (Lausanne, Switzerland) (2012).

TRAINING

  • Passing degree in Positive Psychology from Berkeley University (2014)
  • Validation of the first year of training in CBT at the French Association of Behavioural Therapy
  • DES in Psychiatry at the François Rabelais University of Tours (2007-2011), including a semester at Cornell and Columbia University Hospital, New York Presbyterian Hospital, in Dr Adam Savitz’s “Second Chance” refractory schizophrenics unit.
  • Former intern at the Tours hospitals.

AREAS OF INTEREST

Care in psychiatry and gerontopsychiatry

Publications

Doctor of Medicine thesis with highest honours and congratulations from the jury “The Economics of Tokens, a Prosthetic Environment for Patients with Schizophrenia Deficiency, Description and Critical Analysis of the Second Chance Program”.

Languages
English
French

Psychiatric doctor

In charge of a gerontopsychiatric care unit at the Rochebrune clinic since July 2015.

Assistant physician in the University Service of Advanced Age Psychiatry (SUPAA) of Pr Armin Von Gunten at the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois (Lausanne, Switzerland) (2012).

TRAINING

  • Passing degree in Positive Psychology from Berkeley University (2014)
  • Validation of the first year of training in CBT at the French Association of Behavioural Therapy
  • DES in Psychiatry at the François Rabelais University of Tours (2007-2011), including a semester at Cornell and Columbia University Hospital, New York Presbyterian Hospital, in Dr Adam Savitz’s “Second Chance” refractory schizophrenics unit.
  • Former intern at the Tours hospitals.

AREAS OF INTEREST

Care in psychiatry and gerontopsychiatry

Doctor of Medicine thesis with highest honours and congratulations from the jury “The Economics of Tokens, a Prosthetic Environment for Patients with Schizophrenia Deficiency, Description and Critical Analysis of the Second Chance Program”.

English
French

Doctor BRAITMAN Alexis

Doctor - General Psychatry - Pathology of the elderly

Tel. : 01 80 04 46 00

Adresse : Clinique Rochebrune
153, rue de Buzenval – 92380 Garches

Function

Psychiatrist

Course
  • Former Hospital Practitioner at the Centre Hospitalier Sainte-Anne (Paris)
  • Former Practitioner attached to the Saint Antoine Hospital (Paris)

TRAINING

  • DES in Psychiatry (University of Paris VII)
  • Doctorate in Medicine (University of Paris VII)

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Gerontopsychiatry
Publications
  • Co-author of the reference book ” Psychiatric emergencies ” directed by Dr M-J. Guedj
  • Publication of several articles on consent to psychiatric care
  • Several works in the field of psychiatric emergencies
  • Work on prevention of depressive relapse through mindfulness interventions
Languages
English
French

Psychiatrist

  • Former Hospital Practitioner at the Centre Hospitalier Sainte-Anne (Paris)
  • Former Practitioner attached to the Saint Antoine Hospital (Paris)

TRAINING

  • DES in Psychiatry (University of Paris VII)
  • Doctorate in Medicine (University of Paris VII)

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Gerontopsychiatry
  • Co-author of the reference book ” Psychiatric emergencies ” directed by Dr M-J. Guedj
  • Publication of several articles on consent to psychiatric care
  • Several works in the field of psychiatric emergencies
  • Work on prevention of depressive relapse through mindfulness interventions

English
French

Doctor BAGHDAD Abdelkader

Doctor - General Psychatry - Addictology - Behavioral disorder - Personality disorder

Tel. : 02 32 71 63 00

Adresse : Clinique des Portes de l’Eure
1, rue Bonaparte – 27200 Vernon

Function

Psychiatrist and addictologist

Course

2016 to present Psychiatrist at the MGEN clinic
2014-2015 – clinical practitioner CH Henri GUERIN
2008-2014 – attached practitioner in psychiatry
2006-2008 – inter in psychiatry at the CHU Paul GUIRAUD
2002-2006 – Resident in psychiatry at BLIDA University Hospital – Algeria

TRAINING

2013: University degree in forensic psychiatry
2008-2010 – clinical addictology capacity
2008: Certificate of Advanced Specialized Training in General Psychiatry
2007: specialist in psychiatry
2000: Doctor of Medicine

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • General psychiatry (adult and gerontopsychiatry)
  • TCC
  • Clinical Addictology
  • Seismotherapy

TREATED DISORDERS

  • Schizophrenia
  • Depressive disorders
  • Bipolar Disorders
  • Personality disorders
  • Psychotic disorders
Publications
  • General Psychiatry course at IFSI
  • Courses for specialty interns (forensic psychiatry, psychiatric interviewing and medication management)
Languages
English
French
Arab

Psychiatrist and addictologist

2016 to present Psychiatrist at the MGEN clinic
2014-2015 – clinical practitioner CH Henri GUERIN
2008-2014 – attached practitioner in psychiatry
2006-2008 – inter in psychiatry at the CHU Paul GUIRAUD
2002-2006 – Resident in psychiatry at BLIDA University Hospital – Algeria

TRAINING

2013: University degree in forensic psychiatry
2008-2010 – clinical addictology capacity
2008: Certificate of Advanced Specialized Training in General Psychiatry
2007: specialist in psychiatry
2000: Doctor of Medicine

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • General psychiatry (adult and gerontopsychiatry)
  • TCC
  • Clinical Addictology
  • Seismotherapy

TREATED DISORDERS

  • Schizophrenia
  • Depressive disorders
  • Bipolar Disorders
  • Personality disorders
  • Psychotic disorders
  • General Psychiatry course at IFSI
  • Courses for specialty interns (forensic psychiatry, psychiatric interviewing and medication management)

English
French
Arab

Doctor BEQUET Daniel

Professor - Pathology of the elderly

Tel. : 01 80 04 46 00

Adresse : Clinique Rochebrune

153, rue de Buzenval – 92380 Garches

Function

Neurologist (part-time)
– Inpatient Consultant at Clinique Rochebrune, Garches
– Medical Coordinator
– President of the Establishment Medical Conference

Course
  • Consultant Neurologist (UHR units) and coordinating physician for the ORPÉA group (2011-2013)
  • Consultant Neurologist at Percy Hospital (Clamart) (2009-2013)
  • Medical Director of L2BW (health division) (2009-2011)
  • General Inspector of the Armed Forces Health Service (2006-2009)
  • Assistant Director of École du Val-de-Grâce (2003-2006)
  • Head of the Neurology Department of the Val-de-Grâce Hospital (1990-2003) and National Consultant in Neurology for the Armed Forces, Deputy Head of Department (1984-1990)
  • Head of the Neurology Department of the Robert Picqué Hospital (Bordeaux) (1981-1984)
  • Assistant (neurology department of the Val de Grace Hospital) (1979-1981)
  • Head of the medical service of the Polyclinique de l’Arsenal (Dakar, Senegal) (1977-1979)

TRAINING

  • Associate Professor of Val-de-Grâce
  • Former intern at the Bordeaux Hospitals
  • Neurology Specialist

 

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • General and infectious neurology
  • Neurodegenerative diseases (Parkinson’s syndromes, dementia), vascular pathologies, epilepsy…
  • Neurogeriatric pathologies
Publications
  • Scientific works in French and English in peer-reviewed journals and at international and national symposia and congresses on the themes of general neurology, neurodegenerative pathologies, infectious pathologies, environmental risks, etc.
  • More than 120 written publications, more than 150 oral communications, more than 50 poster communications

Awards

  • Knight of the Academic Palms
  • SSA Vermeil Medal for scientific work
  • Officer of the National Order of Merit
  • Officer of the Legion of Honour

Fields of activity

  • An active member of numerous learned societies (French Society of Neurology, Club of Environmental Neurology, Medical Society of Paris Hospitals, Animal-Society-Food Association…).
  • University lecturer and member of the College of Neurology Teachers, teaching the master’s degree in clinical toxicology (neurotoxicology)
  • Clinical Research (former Clinical Research Authorization Holder)
Languages
English
French

Neurologist (part-time)
– Inpatient Consultant at Clinique Rochebrune, Garches
– Medical Coordinator
– President of the Establishment Medical Conference

  • Consultant Neurologist (UHR units) and coordinating physician for the ORPÉA group (2011-2013)
  • Consultant Neurologist at Percy Hospital (Clamart) (2009-2013)
  • Medical Director of L2BW (health division) (2009-2011)
  • General Inspector of the Armed Forces Health Service (2006-2009)
  • Assistant Director of École du Val-de-Grâce (2003-2006)
  • Head of the Neurology Department of the Val-de-Grâce Hospital (1990-2003) and National Consultant in Neurology for the Armed Forces, Deputy Head of Department (1984-1990)
  • Head of the Neurology Department of the Robert Picqué Hospital (Bordeaux) (1981-1984)
  • Assistant (neurology department of the Val de Grace Hospital) (1979-1981)
  • Head of the medical service of the Polyclinique de l’Arsenal (Dakar, Senegal) (1977-1979)

TRAINING

  • Associate Professor of Val-de-Grâce
  • Former intern at the Bordeaux Hospitals
  • Neurology Specialist

 

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • General and infectious neurology
  • Neurodegenerative diseases (Parkinson’s syndromes, dementia), vascular pathologies, epilepsy…
  • Neurogeriatric pathologies
  • Scientific works in French and English in peer-reviewed journals and at international and national symposia and congresses on the themes of general neurology, neurodegenerative pathologies, infectious pathologies, environmental risks, etc.
  • More than 120 written publications, more than 150 oral communications, more than 50 poster communications

Awards

  • Knight of the Academic Palms
  • SSA Vermeil Medal for scientific work
  • Officer of the National Order of Merit
  • Officer of the Legion of Honour

Fields of activity

  • An active member of numerous learned societies (French Society of Neurology, Club of Environmental Neurology, Medical Society of Paris Hospitals, Animal-Society-Food Association…).
  • University lecturer and member of the College of Neurology Teachers, teaching the master’s degree in clinical toxicology (neurotoxicology)
  • Clinical Research (former Clinical Research Authorization Holder)

English
French

Doctor AUJARD Marie-Pierre

Doctor - General Psychatry

Tel. : 01 80 04 46 05

Adresse : Clinique Rochebrune
153, rue de Buzenval – 92380 Garches

Function

Doctor Psychiatrist

Psychiatrist in the Gerontopsychiatry Day Hospital, the Cognitive-Behavioural Rehabilitation Unit, and Liaison Psychiatrist in the Aftercare and Rehabilitation Services of the Rochebrune Clinic.

Course
  • Attached Practitioner Department of Psychiatry (Emergency), CHU Lariboisière
  • Attached practitioner CPOA, CH Sainte-Anne
  • Former intern at the Paris hospitals

 

 

TRAINING

  • Thesis in Medicine (University of Paris VII) 2018
  • DES in Psychiatry 2018
  • Master 1 in genetics (Paris VII) 2016

 

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Bipolar Disorders
  • Liaison psychiatry
  • Geronto-psychiatry
Publications

Thesis in Medicine with First Class Honours, Jury Congratulations and Bronze Medal “Parental Determinants of Childhood Trauma in Bipolar Disorders: A Family Study”.

Languages
English
French

Doctor Psychiatrist

Psychiatrist in the Gerontopsychiatry Day Hospital, the Cognitive-Behavioural Rehabilitation Unit, and Liaison Psychiatrist in the Aftercare and Rehabilitation Services of the Rochebrune Clinic.

  • Attached Practitioner Department of Psychiatry (Emergency), CHU Lariboisière
  • Attached practitioner CPOA, CH Sainte-Anne
  • Former intern at the Paris hospitals

 

 

TRAINING

  • Thesis in Medicine (University of Paris VII) 2018
  • DES in Psychiatry 2018
  • Master 1 in genetics (Paris VII) 2016

 

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Bipolar Disorders
  • Liaison psychiatry
  • Geronto-psychiatry

Thesis in Medicine with First Class Honours, Jury Congratulations and Bronze Medal “Parental Determinants of Childhood Trauma in Bipolar Disorders: A Family Study”.

English
French

Doctor BRETEL Féthi

Doctor - General Psychatry

Tel. : 02 32 71 63 00

Adresse : Clinique des Portes de l’Eure
1, rue Bonaparte ZAC Fieschi – 27200 Vernon

Function

Psychiatrist

Course

Coming soon

Publications

Coming soon

Languages
French

Psychiatrist

Coming soon

Coming soon

French

Doctor DASKALOPOULOS Théodore

Doctor - General Psychatry

Tel. : 02 32 71 63 00

Adresse : Clinique des Portes de l’Eure
1, rue Bonaparte – 27200 Vernon

Function

Psychiatrist

Course

TRAINING

  • Adult Psychiatry: State Diploma of Doctor of Medicine Specialized in Adult Psychiatry.
  • Psychiatric Rehabilitation, Psychosocial Rehabilitation, Institutional Psychotherapy, 1991-1993 – training in hypnosis

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Psychopharmacology.
  • International Classification of Diseases.
  • Psycho pharmacogenetics (psychopharmacology based on the phenotypic analysis of receptors and transporters of serotonin and dopamine and on the genotyping of cytochrome P450).
  • Psychiatric examination and expertise on the judicial requisition
  • Psychiatric and psychosocial rehabilitation

TREATED DISORDERS

  • Bipolar disorder (depression…)
  • Schizophrenic Disorder
  • Anxiety disorder
  • Personality disorder

 

THERAPIES USED

  • Hypnosis and hypnotherapy
  • Listening techniques and relationship to the person
  • Psychotherapy psychoanalytical orientation
Publications

Coming soon

Languages
English
French
Greek

Psychiatrist

TRAINING

  • Adult Psychiatry: State Diploma of Doctor of Medicine Specialized in Adult Psychiatry.
  • Psychiatric Rehabilitation, Psychosocial Rehabilitation, Institutional Psychotherapy, 1991-1993 – training in hypnosis

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Psychopharmacology.
  • International Classification of Diseases.
  • Psycho pharmacogenetics (psychopharmacology based on the phenotypic analysis of receptors and transporters of serotonin and dopamine and on the genotyping of cytochrome P450).
  • Psychiatric examination and expertise on the judicial requisition
  • Psychiatric and psychosocial rehabilitation

TREATED DISORDERS

  • Bipolar disorder (depression…)
  • Schizophrenic Disorder
  • Anxiety disorder
  • Personality disorder

 

THERAPIES USED

  • Hypnosis and hypnotherapy
  • Listening techniques and relationship to the person
  • Psychotherapy psychoanalytical orientation

Coming soon

English
French
Greek

Doctor VANDAMME Philippe

Doctor - General Psychatry

Tel. : 01 41 14 15 00

Adresse : Clinique Bellevue
8, avenue du 11 Novembre 1918 – 92190 Meudon

Function

Anesthesiologist resuscitator

Course

Private practice in Essonne since March 1984

TRAINING

  • Doctorate in Medicine, CES D’AR

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Anaesthesia for ECT
Publications

Coming soon

Languages
English
French
German

Anesthesiologist resuscitator

Private practice in Essonne since March 1984

TRAINING

  • Doctorate in Medicine, CES D’AR

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Anaesthesia for ECT

Coming soon

English
French
German

Doctor MOSCONI Elise

Docteur - General Psychatry

Tel. : 01 41 14 62 45

Adresse : Clinique Bellevue
8, avenue du 11 Novembre 1918 – 92190 Meudon

Function

Psychiatre au Centre Thérapeutique de Jour (CTPJ) – Troubles bipolaires

Course
  • 2016-2018 : Psychiatre assistant spécialisé au Centre hospitalier de Sainte-Anne, pôle 15
  • 2012-2016 : Interne en psychiatrie aux Hôpitaux de Paris

FORMATION

  • Diplôme d’études spécialisées en psychiatrie
  • Diplôme d’État de docteur en médecine
  • Formation de psychothérapeute en thérapie cognitive et comportementale avec l’AFTCC

 

DOMAINES D’INTÉRÊT – SPÉCIALITÉS

  • Les troubles bipolaires
  • Dépressions
  • Psychoéducation
  • rTMS

 

LES TROUBLES TRAITÉS

  • Les troubles bipolaires
  • Dépressions

 

THÉRAPIES UTILISÉES

  • Thérapies cognitives et comportementales
  • Psychoéducation
  • rTMS
Publications

Martinez G, Mosconi E, Daban-Huard C, Parellada M, Fananas I, Gaillard R, Fatjo-Vilas M, Krebs M. A circle and a triangle dancing together: Alteration of social cognition in schizophrenia compared to autism spectrum disorders. Schizophr Res. 2019 Aug;210:94-100. doi: 10.1016/j.schres.2019.05.043.

 

Languages
English
French

Psychiatre au Centre Thérapeutique de Jour (CTPJ) – Troubles bipolaires

  • 2016-2018 : Psychiatre assistant spécialisé au Centre hospitalier de Sainte-Anne, pôle 15
  • 2012-2016 : Interne en psychiatrie aux Hôpitaux de Paris

FORMATION

  • Diplôme d’études spécialisées en psychiatrie
  • Diplôme d’État de docteur en médecine
  • Formation de psychothérapeute en thérapie cognitive et comportementale avec l’AFTCC

 

DOMAINES D’INTÉRÊT – SPÉCIALITÉS

  • Les troubles bipolaires
  • Dépressions
  • Psychoéducation
  • rTMS

 

LES TROUBLES TRAITÉS

  • Les troubles bipolaires
  • Dépressions

 

THÉRAPIES UTILISÉES

  • Thérapies cognitives et comportementales
  • Psychoéducation
  • rTMS

Martinez G, Mosconi E, Daban-Huard C, Parellada M, Fananas I, Gaillard R, Fatjo-Vilas M, Krebs M. A circle and a triangle dancing together: Alteration of social cognition in schizophrenia compared to autism spectrum disorders. Schizophr Res. 2019 Aug;210:94-100. doi: 10.1016/j.schres.2019.05.043.

 

English
French

Doctor DE CARVALHO William

Doctor - General Psychatry

Tel. : 01 41 14 15 00

Adresse : Clinique Bellevue
8, avenue du 11 Novembre 1918 – 92190 Meudon

Function

Psychiatrist

Course
  • Former Hospital Practitioner in the Mental Health and Therapeutic University Hospital Service, SHU (Pr. H.LOO and J.P. OLIE), Hôpital Sainte-Anne, Paris (1989-2001).
  • Psychiatric expert missions at the Paris Tribunal de Grande Instance from 1992 to 1999. Diploma in criminology applied to mental expertise.

TRAINING

  • Former Psychiatry Intern – Former Hospital Practitioner Specialist Diploma in Psychiatry and Diploma in Criminology Applied to Mental Expertise.

CENTRES OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • 32 Psychiatric expert missions to the Paris Tribunal de Grande Instance from 1992 to 1999.
  • Diploma in criminology applied to mental expertise.
  • Psychiatric expertise missions for doctors, within medical committees, at the request of the Ministry of Social Affairs, Health and the City (DDASS de l’Oise) from 1995 to 1999.
  • Former expert registered on the list of the CPAM of Paris concerning substitution treatments for drug addicts. DASS of Paris. Mission SIDA-Toxicomanie.

DISORDERS TREATED

  • Severe mood disorders, resistant,
  • bipolar disorders

THERAPIES USED

  • ECT at Bellevue Clinic
Publications

TEACHING

  • Direction of theses for students in DES in Psychiatry, DES in Pharmacy
  • Participation in continuing medical education since 1990
  • Teaching of medical students interns DES-DIS in Pharmacy and Psychiatry from 1989 to 2005
    Training of medical and psychiatric teams, nursing students and care assistants in the practice of ECTs

INTERNATIONAL PUBLICATIONS

RICHA S; by CARVALHO W. The ethical principles in ECT – Encephale (2016).

Perception of pharmaco-epidemiological studies by medical practitioners in France. Perception of pharmaco-epidemiological studies by French physicians. Schmidely. N, Arnaud R., Blin. P, Abenhaim N, Bergmann JF, de Carvalho W, Lacoin F, Le Maux A. 2014.

de Carvalho W, Nuss Ph, Blin P et al. Socio-demographic and clinical characteristics of patients suffering from bipolar disorders followed on an outpatient basis in metropolitan France. Encéphale, 38 (2012); 211-223.

Nuss Ph, de Carvalho W, Blin P et al. Therapeutic Practices in the Management of Patients with Bipolar Disorders in France. TEMPPO study. Treatment practices in the management of patients with bipolar disorder in France. The TEMPPO Study. Encephale 2012, 38 (1): 75-85.

Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) today. W. de Carvalho.

L’Encéphale, Volume 35, Supplement 4, June 2009, Pages S137-S139.

The 22q11 microdeletion: about an observation of schizophrenia in an adolescent girl. C. Pinquier, D. Héron, W de Carvalho, G.Lazar, Ph.Mazet, D.Cohen.L’ Encéphale,2001 ; XXVII :45-50.

Maintenance ECT : An assessment of cognitive efficiency in a one year follow-up of remitted bipolar and unipolar patients. I. Amado-Boccara,R. Longevialle,C Daninos, W. de Carvalho et al. Submitted to Arch Gen Psychiatry Nov 2000

Action of antidepressants on symptoms of inhibition. W. de Carvalho. l’Encéphale, 1998; XXIV: 456-461.

Maintenance ECT in intractable manic-depressive disorders. J.M VANELLE, H.LÔO, A.GALINOWSKI, W. de CARVALHO et al. Convulsive Therapy, 1994, 10(3): 195-205.

Use of maintenance ECT in elderly depressed patients. LÔO H., GALINOWSKI A., de CARVALHO W., M.C BOURDEL, M.F. POIRIER, Letters to the editor. American Journal of Psychiatry, 1991, 148, 6: 810.

Towards a rehabilitation of maintenance seismotherapy? H.LÔO, W. de CARVALHO, A. GALINOWSKI

Annales Médico-Psychologiques, 1990, 148, 1: 1-15.

PUBLICATIONS in French :

Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) today. W. de Carvalho.

L’Encéphale, Volume 35, Supplement 4, June 2009, Pages S137-S139

How can we really take advantage of ECT? Maximizing ECT Efficacy. W of Carvalho. Thematic Dossier of “The Psychiatrist’s Letter”. Vol. II N°4, 2006; 152-153.

Transcranial magnetic stimulation, a technique of the future: an interview with Dr John O’Reardon by Drs B. Millet and W. de Carvalho at the APA 2002. Abstract Psychiatry – N° 236- June 2002 Page 15.

Optimizing the management of antidepressant treatment. Interview with Dr W. de Carvalho. Thérapeutiques.p 19 ; N° 71- April 2002 .

Electroconvulsive therapy. Report of the French-language Congress of Psychiatry and Neurology. LXXXXVII° Session-1999 -13-18 June 1999. W de Carvalho, JP Olié with the collaboration of I Amado Eds Médias Flashs, Paris 2001, 192 pages.

 

CONGRESS

Numerous communications in congress.

PARTICIPATION IN BOOKS

Difficult depressions and resistant depressions. Optimization of pharmacological strategies. Under the direction of David Gourion and Alain Gérard. CRED (Collectif de Recherches et d’Etudes sur la Dépression). EM/edirect, Collection Psychiatrie Elsevier Masson 2013 – 98 pages. Place of ECT in resistant depressions. 35-43

Electroconvulsive Therapy in Children and Adolescents. Ed Neera GHAZIUDDIN and Garry WALTER. Oxford University Press, 2013. New York, NY. 320 Pages -. Sides Effects of ECT. Consoli A; de Carvalho W; Cohen D.

Participation in the writing of the book ” Depression: the disease of the century ” coordinated by Dr Alain GERARD with the CRED (Collectif de Recherches et d’Etudes sur la Dépression). Expert opinion is given on shock therapy. Editions Albin MICHEL, Paris, 2010. 230 pages.

Participation in the collective work ” Cas cliniques en Psychiatrie ” 3rd Edition under the direction of Professors H. Lôo and J.P. Olié. Médecine-Science, Eds Flammarion, Paris. 2009. Chapters treated: Paranoid schizophrenia, Chronic hallucinatory psychoses, Conversion hysteria, Pathological gambling, Destiny neurosis, Manic-depressive psychosis with rapid cycles.

Participation in the collective work : ” Les Maladies Depressives “, 3rd edition, directed by H.Lôo, J.P Olié, M.F Poirier. Médecines Sciences, Eds Flammarion, Collection Psychiatriatrie-Paris. 2010 : ” Les dépressions hostiles “. W de Carvalho, A.Lagodka :.

Participation in the collective work 

Languages
English
French

Psychiatrist

  • Former Hospital Practitioner in the Mental Health and Therapeutic University Hospital Service, SHU (Pr. H.LOO and J.P. OLIE), Hôpital Sainte-Anne, Paris (1989-2001).
  • Psychiatric expert missions at the Paris Tribunal de Grande Instance from 1992 to 1999. Diploma in criminology applied to mental expertise.

TRAINING

  • Former Psychiatry Intern – Former Hospital Practitioner Specialist Diploma in Psychiatry and Diploma in Criminology Applied to Mental Expertise.

CENTRES OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • 32 Psychiatric expert missions to the Paris Tribunal de Grande Instance from 1992 to 1999.
  • Diploma in criminology applied to mental expertise.
  • Psychiatric expertise missions for doctors, within medical committees, at the request of the Ministry of Social Affairs, Health and the City (DDASS de l’Oise) from 1995 to 1999.
  • Former expert registered on the list of the CPAM of Paris concerning substitution treatments for drug addicts. DASS of Paris. Mission SIDA-Toxicomanie.

DISORDERS TREATED

  • Severe mood disorders, resistant,
  • bipolar disorders

THERAPIES USED

  • ECT at Bellevue Clinic

TEACHING

  • Direction of theses for students in DES in Psychiatry, DES in Pharmacy
  • Participation in continuing medical education since 1990
  • Teaching of medical students interns DES-DIS in Pharmacy and Psychiatry from 1989 to 2005
    Training of medical and psychiatric teams, nursing students and care assistants in the practice of ECTs

INTERNATIONAL PUBLICATIONS

RICHA S; by CARVALHO W. The ethical principles in ECT – Encephale (2016).

Perception of pharmaco-epidemiological studies by medical practitioners in France. Perception of pharmaco-epidemiological studies by French physicians. Schmidely. N, Arnaud R., Blin. P, Abenhaim N, Bergmann JF, de Carvalho W, Lacoin F, Le Maux A. 2014.

de Carvalho W, Nuss Ph, Blin P et al. Socio-demographic and clinical characteristics of patients suffering from bipolar disorders followed on an outpatient basis in metropolitan France. Encéphale, 38 (2012); 211-223.

Nuss Ph, de Carvalho W, Blin P et al. Therapeutic Practices in the Management of Patients with Bipolar Disorders in France. TEMPPO study. Treatment practices in the management of patients with bipolar disorder in France. The TEMPPO Study. Encephale 2012, 38 (1): 75-85.

Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) today. W. de Carvalho.

L’Encéphale, Volume 35, Supplement 4, June 2009, Pages S137-S139.

The 22q11 microdeletion: about an observation of schizophrenia in an adolescent girl. C. Pinquier, D. Héron, W de Carvalho, G.Lazar, Ph.Mazet, D.Cohen.L’ Encéphale,2001 ; XXVII :45-50.

Maintenance ECT : An assessment of cognitive efficiency in a one year follow-up of remitted bipolar and unipolar patients. I. Amado-Boccara,R. Longevialle,C Daninos, W. de Carvalho et al. Submitted to Arch Gen Psychiatry Nov 2000

Action of antidepressants on symptoms of inhibition. W. de Carvalho. l’Encéphale, 1998; XXIV: 456-461.

Maintenance ECT in intractable manic-depressive disorders. J.M VANELLE, H.LÔO, A.GALINOWSKI, W. de CARVALHO et al. Convulsive Therapy, 1994, 10(3): 195-205.

Use of maintenance ECT in elderly depressed patients. LÔO H., GALINOWSKI A., de CARVALHO W., M.C BOURDEL, M.F. POIRIER, Letters to the editor. American Journal of Psychiatry, 1991, 148, 6: 810.

Towards a rehabilitation of maintenance seismotherapy? H.LÔO, W. de CARVALHO, A. GALINOWSKI

Annales Médico-Psychologiques, 1990, 148, 1: 1-15.

PUBLICATIONS in French :

Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) today. W. de Carvalho.

L’Encéphale, Volume 35, Supplement 4, June 2009, Pages S137-S139

How can we really take advantage of ECT? Maximizing ECT Efficacy. W of Carvalho. Thematic Dossier of “The Psychiatrist’s Letter”. Vol. II N°4, 2006; 152-153.

Transcranial magnetic stimulation, a technique of the future: an interview with Dr John O’Reardon by Drs B. Millet and W. de Carvalho at the APA 2002. Abstract Psychiatry – N° 236- June 2002 Page 15.

Optimizing the management of antidepressant treatment. Interview with Dr W. de Carvalho. Thérapeutiques.p 19 ; N° 71- April 2002 .

Electroconvulsive therapy. Report of the French-language Congress of Psychiatry and Neurology. LXXXXVII° Session-1999 -13-18 June 1999. W de Carvalho, JP Olié with the collaboration of I Amado Eds Médias Flashs, Paris 2001, 192 pages.

 

CONGRESS

Numerous communications in congress.

PARTICIPATION IN BOOKS

Difficult depressions and resistant depressions. Optimization of pharmacological strategies. Under the direction of David Gourion and Alain Gérard. CRED (Collectif de Recherches et d’Etudes sur la Dépression). EM/edirect, Collection Psychiatrie Elsevier Masson 2013 – 98 pages. Place of ECT in resistant depressions. 35-43

Electroconvulsive Therapy in Children and Adolescents. Ed Neera GHAZIUDDIN and Garry WALTER. Oxford University Press, 2013. New York, NY. 320 Pages -. Sides Effects of ECT. Consoli A; de Carvalho W; Cohen D.

Participation in the writing of the book ” Depression: the disease of the century ” coordinated by Dr Alain GERARD with the CRED (Collectif de Recherches et d’Etudes sur la Dépression). Expert opinion is given on shock therapy. Editions Albin MICHEL, Paris, 2010. 230 pages.

Participation in the collective work ” Cas cliniques en Psychiatrie ” 3rd Edition under the direction of Professors H. Lôo and J.P. Olié. Médecine-Science, Eds Flammarion, Paris. 2009. Chapters treated: Paranoid schizophrenia, Chronic hallucinatory psychoses, Conversion hysteria, Pathological gambling, Destiny neurosis, Manic-depressive psychosis with rapid cycles.

Participation in the collective work : ” Les Maladies Depressives “, 3rd edition, directed by H.Lôo, J.P Olié, M.F Poirier. Médecines Sciences, Eds Flammarion, Collection Psychiatriatrie-Paris. 2010 : ” Les dépressions hostiles “. W de Carvalho, A.Lagodka :.

Participation in the collective work 

English
French

Doctor HAMITOUCHE Ali

Doctor - General Psychatry

Tel. : 02 32 71 63 00

Adresse : Clinique des Portes de l’Eure
1, rue Bonaparte – 27200 Vernon

Function

Psychiatrist

Course

TRAINING

  • Inter-University Diploma in General Psychiatry
  • University degree in forensic psychiatry

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Bipolar disorder

TREATED DISORDERS 

  • Bipolar disorder (depression…)
  • Schizophrenic Disorder
  • Anxiety disorder
  • Personality disorder

 

THERAPIES USED

  • Cognitive Therapy
  • Supportive Therapy
Publications

Coming soon

Languages
French

Psychiatrist

TRAINING

  • Inter-University Diploma in General Psychiatry
  • University degree in forensic psychiatry

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Bipolar disorder

TREATED DISORDERS 

  • Bipolar disorder (depression…)
  • Schizophrenic Disorder
  • Anxiety disorder
  • Personality disorder

 

THERAPIES USED

  • Cognitive Therapy
  • Supportive Therapy

Coming soon

French

Doctor DARGÉL Aroldo A.

Doctor - General Psychatry

Tel. : 01 41 14 62 45

Adresse : CTPJ Troubles Bipolaires, Clinique Bellevue
8, avenue du 11 Novembre 1918 – 92190 Meudon

Function

Director of the Therapeutic Day Centre (CTPJ): Bipolar Disorders 

Course

Director of the Therapeutic Day Centre (CTPJ) – Bipolar Disorders

Dr A. DARGÉL’s work is dedicated to the development and coordination of the Centre Thérapeutique de Jour (CTPJ) in order to offer innovative and individualized psychiatric care to people with bipolar disorder.

TRAINING

  • Doctor of Medicine
  • Psychiatry Internship
  • The thesis of Science (PhD) in Psychiatry
  • Postdoctoral Fellow in Psychiatry and Neuroscience

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Bipolar Disorders
  • Mood disorders
  • Big data in psychiatry
  • Connected tools and new technologies in mental health
Publications

PUBLICATIONS

  • Dargél AA, Volant S, Brietzke E, Etain B, Azorin JM, Gard S, Bellivier F, Bougerol T, Roux P, Aubin V, Courtet P, Leboyer M; FACE-BD collaborators, Henry C. Allostatic load, emotional hyper-reactivity and functioning in individuals with bipolar disorder. Bipolar Disorders. 2020; Accepted Jan; BDI-2019-0215.

 

  • Henry C, Bigot M, Alonso M, Lledo PM, Dargél AA. Can olfactory dysfunction be a marker of trait or states of bipolar disorders? A comprehensive review. J Affective Disorders. 2020 Jan 23;266:498-502. doi: 10.1016/j.jad.2020.01.081

 

  • Dargél AA, Mosconi E, Mason M, Plaze M, Lled PM, Henry C. Toi Même: A mHealth System for Measuring Bipolar Illness Activity – Feasibility Study Protocol. J Medical Internet Research. 2020,in review.

 

  • Kauer-Sant’Anna M, Frey BN, Fijtman A, Loredo-Souza AC, Dargél AA, Pfaffenseller B, Wollenhaupt-Aguiar B, Gazalle FK, Colpo GD, Passos IC, Bücker J, Walz JC, Jansen K, Mendes Ceresér KM, Bürke Bridi KP, Dos Santos Sória L, Kunz M, Pinho M, Kapczinski NS, Goi PD, Magalhães PV, Reckziegel R, Burque RK, de Azevedo Cardoso T, Kapczinski F. Adjunctive tianeptine treatment for bipolar disorder: A 24-week randomized, placebo-controlled, maintenance trial. J Psychopharmacol. 2019 Apr;33(4):502-510. doi: 10.1177/0269881119826602. Epub 2019 Mar 5.

 

  • Dargél AA, Volant S, Saha S, Etain B, Grant R, Azorin JM, Gard S, Bellivier F, Bougerol T, Roux P, Aubin V, Courtet P, Leboyer M; FACE-BD collaborators, Scott J, Henry C. Activation Levels, Cardiovascular Risk, and Functional Impairment in Remitted Bipolar Patients: Clinical Relevance of a Dimensional Approach. Psychother Psychosom. 2019;88(1):45-47. doi: 10.1159/000493690.Epub 2018 Oct 11.

 

  • Dargél AA, Roussel F, Volant S, Etain B, Grant R, Azorin JM, M’Bailara K, Bellivier F, Bougerol T, Kahn JP, Roux P, Aubin V, Courtet P, Leboyer M; FACE-BD Collaborators, Kapczinski F, Henry C. Emotional hyper-reactivity and cardiometabolic risk in remitted bipolar patients: a machine learning approach. Acta Psychiatr Scand. 2018 May 15. doi: 10.1111/acps.12901

 

  • Abib RT, Gaman A, Dargél AA, Tamouza R, Kapczinski F, Gottfried C, Leboyer M. Intracellular Pathogen Infections and Immune Response in Autism. Neuroimmunomodulation. 2018;25(5-6):271-279. doi: 10.1159/000491821. Epub 2018 Aug 21.

 

  • Henry C, Dargél AA. What can we learn about mood disorders from olfactory processes? Bipolar Disorders. 2018 Sep;20(6):562-563. doi: 10.1111/bdi.12660. Epub 2018 Jun 13.

 

  • Dargél AA, Masson M. Bipolar disorder: a single illness. Bipolar Disorders. 2018 Apr 18.doi: 10.1111/bdi.12651

 

  • Richa S, Chammay R, Dargél A, Henry C, Masson M. Ethical considerations in bipolar disorders. Encephale. 2018 Jun;44(3):286-287. doi: 10.1016/j.encep.2017.12.005.Epub 2018 Feb 4

 

  • Dargél AA, Godin O, Etain B., Hirakata V, Azorin JM, M’Bailara, Bellivier F, Leboyer M, Henry C. Emotional reactivity, functioning, and C-reactive protein alterations in remitted bipolar patients: clinical relevance of a dimensional approach. Aust N Zeal J Psychiatry. Mar 2017 DOI: 10.1177/00048667417691850

 

  • Dargél AA, Masson M and Henry C. The RANZCP guidelines: Managing mood disorders in the real world. Aust N Zeal J Psychiatry. 2016 Dec;50(12):1198-1199. DOI: 10.1177/0004867416676373

 

  • Dargél AA, Godin O, kapczinski F, Kupfer D, Leboyer M. C-reactive protein alterations in bipolar disorder: a meta-analysis. J Clin Psychiatry. 2015;76(2):142-50. doi:10.4088/JCP.14r09007.

 

  • Henry C, Etain C, Godin O, Dargél AA, Azorin JM, Gard S, Bellivier F, Bougerol T, Kahn1 JP, Passerieux C, Aubin V, Courtet P, Leboyer M. Bipolar patients referred to specialized services of care: not resistant but impaired by subsyndromal symptoms: results from FACE-BD cohort. Aust N Z J Psychiatry. 2015 May 19. pii: 0004867415585582

 

  • Etain B, Lajnef M, Henrion A, Dargél AA, Stertz S, Kapczinski F, Mathieu F, Henry C, Gard S, Khan JP, Leboyer M, Bellivier F. Interaction between SLC6A4 promoter variants and childhood trauma on the age at onset of bipolar disorders. Scientific Reports. 2015 Nov 6; 5:16301. doi: 10.1038/srep16301

 

  • Fond G, Hamdani N, Kapczinski F, Boukouaci W, Drancourt N, Dargél A, Oliveira J, Le Guen E, Marlinge E, Tamouza R, Leboyer M. Effectiveness and tolerance of anti-inflammatory drugs’ add-on therapy in major mental disorders: a systematic qualitative review. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica: 2014; 129: 163-179. doi: 10.1111/acps.12211.

 

  • Fond G, Loundou A, Hamdani N, Boukouaci W, Dargél A, Roger M, Tamouza R, Leboyer M, Boyer L. Anxiety and depression comorbidities in irritable bowel syndrome (IBS): a systematic review and meta-analysis. Eur Arch Psychiatry Clin Neurosci. 2014; 264(8): 651-660. doi: 10.1007/s00406-014-0502-z.

 

  • Fond G, Loundou A, Hamdani N, Boukaci W, Dargél A, Roger M, Tamouza R, Leboyer M, Boyer L. The “psychomicrobiotic”: Targeting microbiota in major psychiatric disorders: a systematic review. Pathologie Biologie, 2015; 63(1): 35-42. doi: 10.1016/j.patbio.2014.10.003.

 

  • Oliveira J, Busson M, Etain B, Jamain S, Dargél AA, Hamdani N, Leboyer M, Tamouza R. Polymorphism of Toll-like receptor 4 gene in bipolar disorder. J Affective Disorders. 2014; 152-154:395-402. doi: 10.1016/j.jad.2013.09.043.

 

  • Fries GR, Pfaffenseller B, Stertz L, Paz AV, Dargél AA, Kunz M, Kapczinski F. Staging and Neuroprogression in Bipolar Disorder. Curr Psychiatry Reports. 2012 14:667-75; doi: 10.1007/s11920-012-0319-2.

 

  • Thomé E, Dargél AA, Migliavaca FM, Kapczinski F, Cereser KM. Stigma experiences in bipolar patients: the impact upon overall and specific areas of functioning. J Psychiatric Mental Health Nurs. 2011; Nov 17: 1-7. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2850.2011.01849.x.

 

  • Vasconcelos-Moreno MP, Dargél AA, Goi PD, Bragatti JA, Kapczinski F, Kauer-Sant’Anna M. Effect of mood stabilizers on improvement of behavioural and manic-like symptoms secondary to herpes simplex encephalitis: a case report. Int J Neuropsychopharmacology. 2011;14:718-20. doi:10.1017/S1461145710001598.

 

  • Spanemberg L, Noguera E, Da Silva CTB, Dargél AA, Menezes FS, Cataldo A et al. High prevalence and prescription of benzodiazepines for elderly. Gen Hosp Psychiatry. 2011; V.33: 45-50. doi: 10.1016/j.genhosppsych.2010.12.004.
  • Klock C, Cerski M, Dargél A, Goldani LZ. Case Report. Disseminated aspergillosis complicating pregnancy. Mycoses. 2002 Nov;45(9-10):408-10.

 

  • Goldani LZ, Aquino VR, Dargél AA. Disseminated cutaneous sporotrichosis in an AIDS patient receiving maintenance therapy with fluconazole for previous cryptococcal meningitis. Clin Infect Dis. 1999 Jun;28(6):1337-8.

 

  • Henry C, Dargél AA, Scot J. Lithium in Acute and Maintenance Treatment of Bipolar Disorders. 2017. 211-222. Springer International Publishing. ISBN:9783319459219

 

  • Dargél AA & Leboyer M. Biomarkers in illness progression in bipolar disorder. Neuroprogression and Staging in Bipolar Disorder. 2015, Chapter 10. Oxford University Press. ISBN:9780198709992.

 

  • Cataldo N, Dargél AA, Tschiedel C, Nogueira E. O uso de antidepressivos em idosos. Sulina Editora. 2011. 275-291. ISBN:9788520506257

NON-PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

  • Dargél AA. Toi Même et les variations de l’humeur. 2018. Santé Mentale, pg 3, Paris.

 

  • Dargél AA, Clery-Melin P, Henry C. Trouble bipolaire : un dispositif global et innovant. 2017. Santé Mentale 58-59, Paris

 

  • Dargél AA. Mobile technology: from digital health to psychiatry. 2015. EPA Congress News, pg 14

 

SOFTWARES/APPLICATIONS

  • Toi Même: a smartphone application for measuring bipolar illness activity. DI:2016-33 at Institut Pasteur, Paris
Languages
English
French
Spanish
Portuguese

Director of the Therapeutic Day Centre (CTPJ): Bipolar Disorders 

Director of the Therapeutic Day Centre (CTPJ) – Bipolar Disorders

Dr A. DARGÉL’s work is dedicated to the development and coordination of the Centre Thérapeutique de Jour (CTPJ) in order to offer innovative and individualized psychiatric care to people with bipolar disorder.

TRAINING

  • Doctor of Medicine
  • Psychiatry Internship
  • The thesis of Science (PhD) in Psychiatry
  • Postdoctoral Fellow in Psychiatry and Neuroscience

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Bipolar Disorders
  • Mood disorders
  • Big data in psychiatry
  • Connected tools and new technologies in mental health

PUBLICATIONS

  • Dargél AA, Volant S, Brietzke E, Etain B, Azorin JM, Gard S, Bellivier F, Bougerol T, Roux P, Aubin V, Courtet P, Leboyer M; FACE-BD collaborators, Henry C. Allostatic load, emotional hyper-reactivity and functioning in individuals with bipolar disorder. Bipolar Disorders. 2020; Accepted Jan; BDI-2019-0215.

 

  • Henry C, Bigot M, Alonso M, Lledo PM, Dargél AA. Can olfactory dysfunction be a marker of trait or states of bipolar disorders? A comprehensive review. J Affective Disorders. 2020 Jan 23;266:498-502. doi: 10.1016/j.jad.2020.01.081

 

  • Dargél AA, Mosconi E, Mason M, Plaze M, Lled PM, Henry C. Toi Même: A mHealth System for Measuring Bipolar Illness Activity – Feasibility Study Protocol. J Medical Internet Research. 2020,in review.

 

  • Kauer-Sant’Anna M, Frey BN, Fijtman A, Loredo-Souza AC, Dargél AA, Pfaffenseller B, Wollenhaupt-Aguiar B, Gazalle FK, Colpo GD, Passos IC, Bücker J, Walz JC, Jansen K, Mendes Ceresér KM, Bürke Bridi KP, Dos Santos Sória L, Kunz M, Pinho M, Kapczinski NS, Goi PD, Magalhães PV, Reckziegel R, Burque RK, de Azevedo Cardoso T, Kapczinski F. Adjunctive tianeptine treatment for bipolar disorder: A 24-week randomized, placebo-controlled, maintenance trial. J Psychopharmacol. 2019 Apr;33(4):502-510. doi: 10.1177/0269881119826602. Epub 2019 Mar 5.

 

  • Dargél AA, Volant S, Saha S, Etain B, Grant R, Azorin JM, Gard S, Bellivier F, Bougerol T, Roux P, Aubin V, Courtet P, Leboyer M; FACE-BD collaborators, Scott J, Henry C. Activation Levels, Cardiovascular Risk, and Functional Impairment in Remitted Bipolar Patients: Clinical Relevance of a Dimensional Approach. Psychother Psychosom. 2019;88(1):45-47. doi: 10.1159/000493690.Epub 2018 Oct 11.

 

  • Dargél AA, Roussel F, Volant S, Etain B, Grant R, Azorin JM, M’Bailara K, Bellivier F, Bougerol T, Kahn JP, Roux P, Aubin V, Courtet P, Leboyer M; FACE-BD Collaborators, Kapczinski F, Henry C. Emotional hyper-reactivity and cardiometabolic risk in remitted bipolar patients: a machine learning approach. Acta Psychiatr Scand. 2018 May 15. doi: 10.1111/acps.12901

 

  • Abib RT, Gaman A, Dargél AA, Tamouza R, Kapczinski F, Gottfried C, Leboyer M. Intracellular Pathogen Infections and Immune Response in Autism. Neuroimmunomodulation. 2018;25(5-6):271-279. doi: 10.1159/000491821. Epub 2018 Aug 21.

 

  • Henry C, Dargél AA. What can we learn about mood disorders from olfactory processes? Bipolar Disorders. 2018 Sep;20(6):562-563. doi: 10.1111/bdi.12660. Epub 2018 Jun 13.

 

  • Dargél AA, Masson M. Bipolar disorder: a single illness. Bipolar Disorders. 2018 Apr 18.doi: 10.1111/bdi.12651

 

  • Richa S, Chammay R, Dargél A, Henry C, Masson M. Ethical considerations in bipolar disorders. Encephale. 2018 Jun;44(3):286-287. doi: 10.1016/j.encep.2017.12.005.Epub 2018 Feb 4

 

  • Dargél AA, Godin O, Etain B., Hirakata V, Azorin JM, M’Bailara, Bellivier F, Leboyer M, Henry C. Emotional reactivity, functioning, and C-reactive protein alterations in remitted bipolar patients: clinical relevance of a dimensional approach. Aust N Zeal J Psychiatry. Mar 2017 DOI: 10.1177/00048667417691850

 

  • Dargél AA, Masson M and Henry C. The RANZCP guidelines: Managing mood disorders in the real world. Aust N Zeal J Psychiatry. 2016 Dec;50(12):1198-1199. DOI: 10.1177/0004867416676373

 

  • Dargél AA, Godin O, kapczinski F, Kupfer D, Leboyer M. C-reactive protein alterations in bipolar disorder: a meta-analysis. J Clin Psychiatry. 2015;76(2):142-50. doi:10.4088/JCP.14r09007.

 

  • Henry C, Etain C, Godin O, Dargél AA, Azorin JM, Gard S, Bellivier F, Bougerol T, Kahn1 JP, Passerieux C, Aubin V, Courtet P, Leboyer M. Bipolar patients referred to specialized services of care: not resistant but impaired by subsyndromal symptoms: results from FACE-BD cohort. Aust N Z J Psychiatry. 2015 May 19. pii: 0004867415585582

 

  • Etain B, Lajnef M, Henrion A, Dargél AA, Stertz S, Kapczinski F, Mathieu F, Henry C, Gard S, Khan JP, Leboyer M, Bellivier F. Interaction between SLC6A4 promoter variants and childhood trauma on the age at onset of bipolar disorders. Scientific Reports. 2015 Nov 6; 5:16301. doi: 10.1038/srep16301

 

  • Fond G, Hamdani N, Kapczinski F, Boukouaci W, Drancourt N, Dargél A, Oliveira J, Le Guen E, Marlinge E, Tamouza R, Leboyer M. Effectiveness and tolerance of anti-inflammatory drugs’ add-on therapy in major mental disorders: a systematic qualitative review. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica: 2014; 129: 163-179. doi: 10.1111/acps.12211.

 

  • Fond G, Loundou A, Hamdani N, Boukouaci W, Dargél A, Roger M, Tamouza R, Leboyer M, Boyer L. Anxiety and depression comorbidities in irritable bowel syndrome (IBS): a systematic review and meta-analysis. Eur Arch Psychiatry Clin Neurosci. 2014; 264(8): 651-660. doi: 10.1007/s00406-014-0502-z.

 

  • Fond G, Loundou A, Hamdani N, Boukaci W, Dargél A, Roger M, Tamouza R, Leboyer M, Boyer L. The “psychomicrobiotic”: Targeting microbiota in major psychiatric disorders: a systematic review. Pathologie Biologie, 2015; 63(1): 35-42. doi: 10.1016/j.patbio.2014.10.003.

 

  • Oliveira J, Busson M, Etain B, Jamain S, Dargél AA, Hamdani N, Leboyer M, Tamouza R. Polymorphism of Toll-like receptor 4 gene in bipolar disorder. J Affective Disorders. 2014; 152-154:395-402. doi: 10.1016/j.jad.2013.09.043.

 

  • Fries GR, Pfaffenseller B, Stertz L, Paz AV, Dargél AA, Kunz M, Kapczinski F. Staging and Neuroprogression in Bipolar Disorder. Curr Psychiatry Reports. 2012 14:667-75; doi: 10.1007/s11920-012-0319-2.

 

  • Thomé E, Dargél AA, Migliavaca FM, Kapczinski F, Cereser KM. Stigma experiences in bipolar patients: the impact upon overall and specific areas of functioning. J Psychiatric Mental Health Nurs. 2011; Nov 17: 1-7. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2850.2011.01849.x.

 

  • Vasconcelos-Moreno MP, Dargél AA, Goi PD, Bragatti JA, Kapczinski F, Kauer-Sant’Anna M. Effect of mood stabilizers on improvement of behavioural and manic-like symptoms secondary to herpes simplex encephalitis: a case report. Int J Neuropsychopharmacology. 2011;14:718-20. doi:10.1017/S1461145710001598.

 

  • Spanemberg L, Noguera E, Da Silva CTB, Dargél AA, Menezes FS, Cataldo A et al. High prevalence and prescription of benzodiazepines for elderly. Gen Hosp Psychiatry. 2011; V.33: 45-50. doi: 10.1016/j.genhosppsych.2010.12.004.
  • Klock C, Cerski M, Dargél A, Goldani LZ. Case Report. Disseminated aspergillosis complicating pregnancy. Mycoses. 2002 Nov;45(9-10):408-10.

 

  • Goldani LZ, Aquino VR, Dargél AA. Disseminated cutaneous sporotrichosis in an AIDS patient receiving maintenance therapy with fluconazole for previous cryptococcal meningitis. Clin Infect Dis. 1999 Jun;28(6):1337-8.

 

  • Henry C, Dargél AA, Scot J. Lithium in Acute and Maintenance Treatment of Bipolar Disorders. 2017. 211-222. Springer International Publishing. ISBN:9783319459219

 

  • Dargél AA & Leboyer M. Biomarkers in illness progression in bipolar disorder. Neuroprogression and Staging in Bipolar Disorder. 2015, Chapter 10. Oxford University Press. ISBN:9780198709992.

 

  • Cataldo N, Dargél AA, Tschiedel C, Nogueira E. O uso de antidepressivos em idosos. Sulina Editora. 2011. 275-291. ISBN:9788520506257

NON-PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

  • Dargél AA. Toi Même et les variations de l’humeur. 2018. Santé Mentale, pg 3, Paris.

 

  • Dargél AA, Clery-Melin P, Henry C. Trouble bipolaire : un dispositif global et innovant. 2017. Santé Mentale 58-59, Paris

 

  • Dargél AA. Mobile technology: from digital health to psychiatry. 2015. EPA Congress News, pg 14

 

SOFTWARES/APPLICATIONS

  • Toi Même: a smartphone application for measuring bipolar illness activity. DI:2016-33 at Institut Pasteur, Paris

English
French
Spanish
Portuguese

Doctor ZALESKI-ZAMENHOF Maryse

Doctor - General Psychatry

Tel. : 01 41 14 15 00

Adresse : Clinique Bellevue
8, avenue du 11 Novembre 1918 – 92190 Meudon

Function

General practitioner

Course

General Medicine and Addictology. Project manager at the French Office of Tobacco. Attached to the Georges Pompidou European Hospital in the Addictology Department, then to the Pitié Salpêtrière Hospital, Tobacology.

TRAINING

  • Doctor of Medicine
  • IUD of Practical Addictology, Pierre and Marie Curie University
  • IUD Psychotherapies and General Medicine Université René Descartes
  • Tobacco IUD and Smoking Cessation Assistance University of Paris Sud
  • Mindfulness Based Relapse Prevention GREA Lausanne
  • Graduate of Ericksonian Psychotherapy

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • General Medicine
  • Addictology
  • Therapeutic groups relapse prevention
  • Stress Management
  • Mindfulness Meditation

THERAPIES USED

  • Psycho-educational therapeutic groups
  • Stress Management
  • Relapse prevention
  • Mindfulness Meditation
Publications

Coming soon

Languages
English
French

General practitioner

General Medicine and Addictology. Project manager at the French Office of Tobacco. Attached to the Georges Pompidou European Hospital in the Addictology Department, then to the Pitié Salpêtrière Hospital, Tobacology.

TRAINING

  • Doctor of Medicine
  • IUD of Practical Addictology, Pierre and Marie Curie University
  • IUD Psychotherapies and General Medicine Université René Descartes
  • Tobacco IUD and Smoking Cessation Assistance University of Paris Sud
  • Mindfulness Based Relapse Prevention GREA Lausanne
  • Graduate of Ericksonian Psychotherapy

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • General Medicine
  • Addictology
  • Therapeutic groups relapse prevention
  • Stress Management
  • Mindfulness Meditation

THERAPIES USED

  • Psycho-educational therapeutic groups
  • Stress Management
  • Relapse prevention
  • Mindfulness Meditation

Coming soon

English
French

Doctor LAMEWONA Edoh

Doctor - General Psychatry

Tel. : 02 32 71 63 00

Adresse : Clinique des Portes de l’Eure

1, rue Bonaparte – 27200 Vernon

Function

Psychiatrist

Course
  • Liberal since January 2016
  • Hospital Practitioner
  • Hospital assistant in general medicine then psychiatry

TRAINING

  • General Medicine
  • Psychiatry

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Psychiatry
  • Geriatric DU, pain management capacity
  • DU institutional psychotherapy

TREATED DISORDERS

  • General Psychiatry
Publications

Coming soon

Languages
English
French

Psychiatrist

  • Liberal since January 2016
  • Hospital Practitioner
  • Hospital assistant in general medicine then psychiatry

TRAINING

  • General Medicine
  • Psychiatry

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Psychiatry
  • Geriatric DU, pain management capacity
  • DU institutional psychotherapy

TREATED DISORDERS

  • General Psychiatry

Coming soon

English
French

Doctor LUNDY Jean-Éric

Doctor - General Psychatry

Tel. : 01 41 14 15 05

Adresse : Clinique Bellevue
8, avenue du 11 Novembre 1918 – 92190 Meudon

Function

Doctor Psychiatrist

Course
  • Internship in psychiatric hospitals (1984 – 1989)
  • Laboratoires Lederlé (1990 – 1995)
  • Hospital Practitioner (1998 – 2016)
  • Vigilio S.A. (2005 – 2016)
  • Gold Medal at the Lépine Competition (2014)

TRAINING

  • Doctor of Medicine (1985)
  • Psychiatric CES (1989)
  • DU of Mental Expertise (1987)
  • ESSEC (1989)

 

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Anxio-depressive disorders
  • Psychotic disorders
  • Burn-out
  • Addictions
  • Crisis situations
  • Mental Expertise

TREATED DISORDERS

  • Depressive disorders
  • Burn-out
  • Addictions
  • Moral harassment
  • Personality disorder
  • Psychotic disorders
  • Marital and family conflicts

THERAPIES USED

  • Psychotherapy
  • Integrative Therapy
  • Systemic Therapy
Publications

ARTICLES IN VARIOUS JOURNALS:

  • Monoamine oxidase and depression
  • Penal treatment in the French Army under the Third Republic
  • Tattoo and Foreign Legion
  • Fall of the Elderly

Dr Jean-Éric LUNDY is also at the origin of several patents relating to data processing and sensor technology.

Languages
English
French

Doctor Psychiatrist

  • Internship in psychiatric hospitals (1984 – 1989)
  • Laboratoires Lederlé (1990 – 1995)
  • Hospital Practitioner (1998 – 2016)
  • Vigilio S.A. (2005 – 2016)
  • Gold Medal at the Lépine Competition (2014)

TRAINING

  • Doctor of Medicine (1985)
  • Psychiatric CES (1989)
  • DU of Mental Expertise (1987)
  • ESSEC (1989)

 

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Anxio-depressive disorders
  • Psychotic disorders
  • Burn-out
  • Addictions
  • Crisis situations
  • Mental Expertise

TREATED DISORDERS

  • Depressive disorders
  • Burn-out
  • Addictions
  • Moral harassment
  • Personality disorder
  • Psychotic disorders
  • Marital and family conflicts

THERAPIES USED

  • Psychotherapy
  • Integrative Therapy
  • Systemic Therapy

ARTICLES IN VARIOUS JOURNALS:

  • Monoamine oxidase and depression
  • Penal treatment in the French Army under the Third Republic
  • Tattoo and Foreign Legion
  • Fall of the Elderly

Dr Jean-Éric LUNDY is also at the origin of several patents relating to data processing and sensor technology.

English
French

Doctor LOUAFI Mickael

Doctor - General Psychatry

Tel. : 01 41 14 15 00

Adresse : Clinique Bellevue
8, avenue du 11 Novembre 1918 – 92190 Meudon

Function

Psychiatrist

Course

Psychiatric internship and assistantship

TRAINING

  • Doctorate in Medicine, Psychiatry, Addictology
  • FROM the child psychiatrist
  • FROM the forensic child psychiatrist

TREATED DISORDERS

  • Trouble sleeping
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Bipolar Disorders
  • Burn-out
  • Thymic disorders
  • Schizophrenia
Publications

Coming soon

Languages
English
French
Arab
Russian

Psychiatrist

Psychiatric internship and assistantship

TRAINING

  • Doctorate in Medicine, Psychiatry, Addictology
  • FROM the child psychiatrist
  • FROM the forensic child psychiatrist

TREATED DISORDERS

  • Trouble sleeping
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Bipolar Disorders
  • Burn-out
  • Thymic disorders
  • Schizophrenia

Coming soon

English
French
Arab
Russian

Doctor SI SALEM Boualem

Doctor - General Psychatry

Tel. : 02 32 71 63 00

Adresse : Clinique des Portes de l’Eure

1, rue Bonaparte – 27200 Vernon

Function

Psychiatrist

Course
  • General Medicine 2009
  • Specialized Diploma in Psychiatry in 2014

TRAINING

  • Forensic Psychiatry
  • Child Psychiatry
  • Cognitive and behavioural therapies

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Neuroscience
  • Cognitivo Behavioural Therapies

TREATED DISORDERS

  • Schizophrenia
  • Psychotic disorders
  • Anxiety disorders (phobias…)
  • Mood disorders (depression, bipolar disorder…)
  • addictions

THERAPIES USED

  • Cognitive and behavioural therapies
  • Supportive Therapy

 

Publications
  • Phagophobia associated with panic disorder with agoraphobia
  • Panic disorder with agoraphobia and OCD
  • Psychiatric expertise in head trauma patients

OTHER RESOURCES (ONLINE CONFERENCES…)

  • Mock Proxy Disorders
  • Neurobiology of stress
Languages
French
Arab

Psychiatrist

  • General Medicine 2009
  • Specialized Diploma in Psychiatry in 2014

TRAINING

  • Forensic Psychiatry
  • Child Psychiatry
  • Cognitive and behavioural therapies

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Neuroscience
  • Cognitivo Behavioural Therapies

TREATED DISORDERS

  • Schizophrenia
  • Psychotic disorders
  • Anxiety disorders (phobias…)
  • Mood disorders (depression, bipolar disorder…)
  • addictions

THERAPIES USED

  • Cognitive and behavioural therapies
  • Supportive Therapy

 

  • Phagophobia associated with panic disorder with agoraphobia
  • Panic disorder with agoraphobia and OCD
  • Psychiatric expertise in head trauma patients

OTHER RESOURCES (ONLINE CONFERENCES…)

  • Mock Proxy Disorders
  • Neurobiology of stress

French
Arab

Doctor BROUWER Thierry

Doctor - General Psychatry - Addictology

Tel. : 01 41 14 15 00

Adresse : Clinique Bellevue
8, avenue du 11 Novembre 1918 – 92190 Meudon

Function

Psychiatrist – President CME

Course
  • Psychiatric internship at Brest Medical School.
  • Internship at the Faculty of Medicine Lariboisière St-Louis Paris.
  • Psychiatrist – Bellevue Meudon Clinic.

CENTRES OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Anxiety disorders
  • Depressive disorders
  • Bipolar disorder,
  • Psychotic disorders
  • Addictions

TREATED DISORDERS

  • Anxiety disorders
  • Depressive disorders
  • Bipolar Disorders
  • Psychotic disorders
  • Addictions
Publications

Coming soon

Languages
English
French

Psychiatrist – President CME

  • Psychiatric internship at Brest Medical School.
  • Internship at the Faculty of Medicine Lariboisière St-Louis Paris.
  • Psychiatrist – Bellevue Meudon Clinic.

CENTRES OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Anxiety disorders
  • Depressive disorders
  • Bipolar disorder,
  • Psychotic disorders
  • Addictions

TREATED DISORDERS

  • Anxiety disorders
  • Depressive disorders
  • Bipolar Disorders
  • Psychotic disorders
  • Addictions

Coming soon

English
French

Doctor BENYACOUB Abdelkader

Doctor - General Psychatry

Tel. : 01 41 14 15 00

Adresse : Clinique Bellevue
8, avenue du 11 Novembre 1918 – 92190 Meudon

Function

Psychiatrist

Course

Consultant at Saint-Anne’s Hospital until 1998

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Psychoanalysis
  • Philosophy
Publications

Various publications since 1980…

Languages
French
Arab

Psychiatrist

Consultant at Saint-Anne’s Hospital until 1998

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Psychoanalysis
  • Philosophy

Various publications since 1980…

French
Arab

Doctor OLIVE Liliane

Doctor - Pathology of the elderly

Tel. : 04 96 16 13 54

Adresse : Clinique Madeleine Rémuzat
515, rue Saint-Pierre – 13012 Marseille

Function

Geriatrician

Course
  • SOS doctor
  • Geriatrician in Château-Gombert since 1992
  • Geriatrician at the Madeleine Rémuzat Clinic since 2015

TRAINING

  • Thesis in 1981
  • CES sports medicine in 1981
  • CEC geriatrics in 1981
Publications

Coming soon

Languages
French

Geriatrician

  • SOS doctor
  • Geriatrician in Château-Gombert since 1992
  • Geriatrician at the Madeleine Rémuzat Clinic since 2015

TRAINING

  • Thesis in 1981
  • CES sports medicine in 1981
  • CEC geriatrics in 1981

Coming soon

French

Doctor MAGALON BINGENHEIMER Katja

Doctor - Pathology of the elderly

Tel. : 04 96 16 13 55

Adresse : Clinique Madeleine Rémuzat 
515, rue Saint-Pierre – 13012 Marseille

Function

Geriatrician

Course

TRAINING

  • DES in general medicine
  • DESC in Geriatrics
  • Wound DU and healing
  • Research Master “Human Movement Science”.
Publications
  • Magalon-Bingenheimer K, et al Dépression en médecine générale. La Presse Médicale (2012)
  • Zendjidjian XY, Boyer L, Magalon D, Magalon-Bingenheimer K, Griguer Y, Lancon C. Patient education of depression in primary care. Presse Médicale (2014)
  • Bingenheimer K, et al Effect of a light touch on fixed or mobile supports on gait parameters in visually restricted young adults. Neurosci Lett. (2015)
Languages
English
French
German

Geriatrician

TRAINING

  • DES in general medicine
  • DESC in Geriatrics
  • Wound DU and healing
  • Research Master “Human Movement Science”.
  • Magalon-Bingenheimer K, et al Dépression en médecine générale. La Presse Médicale (2012)
  • Zendjidjian XY, Boyer L, Magalon D, Magalon-Bingenheimer K, Griguer Y, Lancon C. Patient education of depression in primary care. Presse Médicale (2014)
  • Bingenheimer K, et al Effect of a light touch on fixed or mobile supports on gait parameters in visually restricted young adults. Neurosci Lett. (2015)

English
French
German

Doctor CORTI Jérôme

Doctor - Pathology of the elderly

Tel. : 04 96 16 13 44

Adresse : Clinique Madeleine Rémuzat
515, rue Saint-Pierre – 13012 Marseille

Function

Coordinating Doctor – Geriatrician

Course

TRAINING

  • Geriatric capacity
  • Emergency Medicine Capacity
Publications

Coming soon

Languages
English
French
Italian

Coordinating Doctor – Geriatrician

TRAINING

  • Geriatric capacity
  • Emergency Medicine Capacity

Coming soon

English
French
Italian

Doctor CHELINI LE ROY Fabienne

Doctor - Pathology of the elderly

Tel. : 04 96 16 13 53

Adresse : Clinique Madeleine Rémuzat
515, rue Saint-Pierre – 13012 Marseille

Function

Geriatrician

Course

TRAINING

  • Doctor of Medicine, DESS in Business Management
  • Ability in thermal medicine
  • Geriatric capacity

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Geriatrics

TREATED DISORDERS

  • Pathologies of the elderly subject
Publications

Coming soon

Languages
French
German

Geriatrician

TRAINING

  • Doctor of Medicine, DESS in Business Management
  • Ability in thermal medicine
  • Geriatric capacity

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Geriatrics

TREATED DISORDERS

  • Pathologies of the elderly subject

Coming soon

French
German

Doctor MASSON Marc

Doctor - General Psychatry

Tel. : 01 47 95 63 00

Adresse : Nightingale Hospitals Paris – Clinique du Château
11 bis, rue de la Porte Jaune – 92380 Garches

Function

Medical Coordinating Psychiatrist

Course
  • Former Hospital Practitioner of the Paris Hospitals (Psychiatry Department of Pr. Marion Leboyer).
  • Chief Editor of the Journal l’Encéphale.
  • Secretary-General of the Medico-Psychological Society
  • Lecturer at the Faculty of Medicine of Paris XII-Créteil
  • Member of the Medico-Psychological Society and the Society of Psychiatric Evolution

TRAINING

  • Former Hospital Practitioner of the Paris Hospitals (Psychiatry Department of Pr. Marion Leboyer)

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Bipolar Disorders
Publications
  • Author of a thesis on the history of psychiatry (1999) and a specialty thesis (2000) on disease awareness in schizophrenia and mood disorders.
  • Author of about 20 articles in national and international psychiatric journals.

LAST PUBLISHED WORKS :

“For an ethic of decompartmentalization.”

The great names in neuroscience, psychoanalysis and psychiatry are brought together in this book. A multidisciplinary reflection to better understand the interactions between brain and mind. The participation of a Nobel Prize winner in medicine: Eric Keadel.
How, in the 21st century, is it possible to articulate the different knowledge acquired on the functioning of the mind and the brain? How can we link: mind and brain on the one hand and psyche and soma on the other? How can we forge links between clinical psychiatry, neurophysiology and psychoanalysis in order to better understand our own medical practice? Current studies, coming from multiple disciplinary horizons, have succeeded in establishing points of contact between three a priori irreconcilable levels of observation: the mind, the brain, the clinic.
In this book, we will propose incessant back and forth between these three descriptive levels that respond to three types of logic in the description of the brain/mind: scientific, medical, and psychoanalytical logic. All the texts proposed by the ten or so authors gathered here by Yves Sarfatti tend to demonstrate the relevance, but also the stakes, of promoting today such interdisciplinarity in the exploration of the operations of thought, the brain and the mind. This interdisciplinarity lies at the confluence of psychoanalysis, pharmacological psychiatry, the philosophy of ordinary language and neuroscience.

“What do I know? Bipolar Disorders”

We all have a mood that fluctuates between “ups and downs”. But some people go from a real state of excitement to phases of deep depression. They are said to be “bipolar”.

Are bipolar disorders a simple variation of normality, a psychological fantasy or, on the contrary, a cerebral pathology? How can they be treated? Although lithium salts have long since proven their effectiveness, other care strategies exist, either medicinal or psycho-therapeutic.

In line with the latest scientific advances, Dr Marc Masson provides here, in the light of his clinical experience, a summary of the origin and main manifestations of bipolar disorders, which affect more than a million people in France. With the testimonies of Véronique Dufief, Gérard Garouste and Danielle Steel.

Languages
English
French

Medical Coordinating Psychiatrist

  • Former Hospital Practitioner of the Paris Hospitals (Psychiatry Department of Pr. Marion Leboyer).
  • Chief Editor of the Journal l’Encéphale.
  • Secretary-General of the Medico-Psychological Society
  • Lecturer at the Faculty of Medicine of Paris XII-Créteil
  • Member of the Medico-Psychological Society and the Society of Psychiatric Evolution

TRAINING

  • Former Hospital Practitioner of the Paris Hospitals (Psychiatry Department of Pr. Marion Leboyer)

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Bipolar Disorders
  • Author of a thesis on the history of psychiatry (1999) and a specialty thesis (2000) on disease awareness in schizophrenia and mood disorders.
  • Author of about 20 articles in national and international psychiatric journals.

LAST PUBLISHED WORKS :

“For an ethic of decompartmentalization.”

The great names in neuroscience, psychoanalysis and psychiatry are brought together in this book. A multidisciplinary reflection to better understand the interactions between brain and mind. The participation of a Nobel Prize winner in medicine: Eric Keadel.
How, in the 21st century, is it possible to articulate the different knowledge acquired on the functioning of the mind and the brain? How can we link: mind and brain on the one hand and psyche and soma on the other? How can we forge links between clinical psychiatry, neurophysiology and psychoanalysis in order to better understand our own medical practice? Current studies, coming from multiple disciplinary horizons, have succeeded in establishing points of contact between three a priori irreconcilable levels of observation: the mind, the brain, the clinic.
In this book, we will propose incessant back and forth between these three descriptive levels that respond to three types of logic in the description of the brain/mind: scientific, medical, and psychoanalytical logic. All the texts proposed by the ten or so authors gathered here by Yves Sarfatti tend to demonstrate the relevance, but also the stakes, of promoting today such interdisciplinarity in the exploration of the operations of thought, the brain and the mind. This interdisciplinarity lies at the confluence of psychoanalysis, pharmacological psychiatry, the philosophy of ordinary language and neuroscience.

“What do I know? Bipolar Disorders”

We all have a mood that fluctuates between “ups and downs”. But some people go from a real state of excitement to phases of deep depression. They are said to be “bipolar”.

Are bipolar disorders a simple variation of normality, a psychological fantasy or, on the contrary, a cerebral pathology? How can they be treated? Although lithium salts have long since proven their effectiveness, other care strategies exist, either medicinal or psycho-therapeutic.

In line with the latest scientific advances, Dr Marc Masson provides here, in the light of his clinical experience, a summary of the origin and main manifestations of bipolar disorders, which affect more than a million people in France. With the testimonies of Véronique Dufief, Gérard Garouste and Danielle Steel.

English
French

Doctor GAY Olivier

Doctor - General Psychatry

Tel. : 01 47 95 63 00

Adresse : Nightingale Hospitals Paris – Clinique du Château
11 bis, rue de la Porte Jaune – 92380 Garches

Function

Psychiatrist

Former President of PEP’S – Association of Psychiatric Interns in Paris.
Former secretary of AFFEP – French Federative Association of Students in Psychiatry.
Member of the AESP – Association for the Teaching of Psychiatric Semiology.

Course
  • Former intern at the Paris Hospitals.
  • Former Head of Clinic at the Sainte-Anne Hospital (University Hospital Service of Therapeutics and Mental Health).
  • Former President of PEP’S – Association of Psychiatric Interns of Paris.
  • Former secretary of AFFEP – French Federative Association of Students in Psychiatry.
  • Member of the AESP – Association for the Teaching of Psychiatric Semiology.

TRAINING

  • Thesis of Medicine and Diploma of Specialized Studies in Psychiatry (2011) on neurodevelopmental aspects in schizophrenic disorders.
  • Laureate of the Faculty of Medicine of Paris, silver medal.
  • Research Master in Cognitive Sciences – CogMaster (2010), with the financial support of the Academy of Medicine.
  • Doctoral student at the Centre for Psychiatry and Neurosciences (INSERM U894).
  • Basic training in Motivational Interviewing at AFDEM – Association Francophone de Diffusion de l’Entretien Motivationnel.

CENTRES OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Psychotic disorders
Publications

Author of articles and book chapters on schizophrenic and bipolar disorders.

Languages
French

Psychiatrist

Former President of PEP’S – Association of Psychiatric Interns in Paris.
Former secretary of AFFEP – French Federative Association of Students in Psychiatry.
Member of the AESP – Association for the Teaching of Psychiatric Semiology.

  • Former intern at the Paris Hospitals.
  • Former Head of Clinic at the Sainte-Anne Hospital (University Hospital Service of Therapeutics and Mental Health).
  • Former President of PEP’S – Association of Psychiatric Interns of Paris.
  • Former secretary of AFFEP – French Federative Association of Students in Psychiatry.
  • Member of the AESP – Association for the Teaching of Psychiatric Semiology.

TRAINING

  • Thesis of Medicine and Diploma of Specialized Studies in Psychiatry (2011) on neurodevelopmental aspects in schizophrenic disorders.
  • Laureate of the Faculty of Medicine of Paris, silver medal.
  • Research Master in Cognitive Sciences – CogMaster (2010), with the financial support of the Academy of Medicine.
  • Doctoral student at the Centre for Psychiatry and Neurosciences (INSERM U894).
  • Basic training in Motivational Interviewing at AFDEM – Association Francophone de Diffusion de l’Entretien Motivationnel.

CENTRES OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Psychotic disorders

Author of articles and book chapters on schizophrenic and bipolar disorders.

French

Doctor DUPUY Gaël

Doctor - General Psychatry - Addictology

Tel. : 01 47 95 63 00

Adresse :

Nightingale Hospitals Paris – Clinique du Château

11 bis, rue de la Porte Jaune – 92380 Garches

Function

Psychiatrist and Addictologist

Course
  • Full-time hospital practitioner, Clinical Manager of Espace Murger: Centre de Soins d’Accompagnement et de Prévention en Addictologie, Department of Psychiatry and Addictology Medicine of Pr Bellivier, Groupe Hospitalier Lariboisière-Fernand Widal-Saint-louis (AP-HP), 2009-2016
  • Head of University Clinics-Hospital Assistant, Department of Psychiatry, Professor Lépine, Lariboisière Hospital Group – Fernand Widal – Saint-louis (Paris), 2007-2009
  • Intern at the Paris Hospitals 2003-2007

TRAINING

  • State Diploma
  • State Diploma of Doctor of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine Paris VII, October 12, 2007; Thesis of medicine “Nicotine exposure in utero and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder”, laureate of the faculty, under the direction of Dr. Vorspan, defended on October 12, 2007.
  • Diploma of specialized studies
  • Diploma of Specialized Studies in Psychiatry, Faculty of Medicine Paris VII, October 31, 2007; Dissertation of DES “Casinos and online poker: a new form of gambling and addiction”, under the direction of Dr. Valleur, defended on October 23, 2007.
  • Diploma of Further Specialized Studies
  • DESC Addictology in June 2013, Paris VI
  • Master in Affective Neuroscience: The XIX Summer Course on Mood Disorders of the International Master in Affective Neuroscience, Maastricht, The Netherlands, July 2007
  • European Seminar on Methodology in Clinical Tobacco Research, June 2007
Publications

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

  • Epidemiology of Substance Addiction JP Lepine, F Vorspan, G Dupuy
  • Session of the Société Médico-Psychologique 09 February 2009, Grand Amphithéâtre de la CMME, Paris
  • Smoking exposure during pregnancy is higher in children with ADHD than in children with anxiety or general health disease. G Dupuy
  • Congrès “Second Meeting of West European Societies of Biological Psychiatry”, Strasbourg, 13-15 Décembre 2007
Languages
French

Psychiatrist and Addictologist

  • Full-time hospital practitioner, Clinical Manager of Espace Murger: Centre de Soins d’Accompagnement et de Prévention en Addictologie, Department of Psychiatry and Addictology Medicine of Pr Bellivier, Groupe Hospitalier Lariboisière-Fernand Widal-Saint-louis (AP-HP), 2009-2016
  • Head of University Clinics-Hospital Assistant, Department of Psychiatry, Professor Lépine, Lariboisière Hospital Group – Fernand Widal – Saint-louis (Paris), 2007-2009
  • Intern at the Paris Hospitals 2003-2007

TRAINING

  • State Diploma
  • State Diploma of Doctor of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine Paris VII, October 12, 2007; Thesis of medicine “Nicotine exposure in utero and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder”, laureate of the faculty, under the direction of Dr. Vorspan, defended on October 12, 2007.
  • Diploma of specialized studies
  • Diploma of Specialized Studies in Psychiatry, Faculty of Medicine Paris VII, October 31, 2007; Dissertation of DES “Casinos and online poker: a new form of gambling and addiction”, under the direction of Dr. Valleur, defended on October 23, 2007.
  • Diploma of Further Specialized Studies
  • DESC Addictology in June 2013, Paris VI
  • Master in Affective Neuroscience: The XIX Summer Course on Mood Disorders of the International Master in Affective Neuroscience, Maastricht, The Netherlands, July 2007
  • European Seminar on Methodology in Clinical Tobacco Research, June 2007

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

  • Epidemiology of Substance Addiction JP Lepine, F Vorspan, G Dupuy
  • Session of the Société Médico-Psychologique 09 February 2009, Grand Amphithéâtre de la CMME, Paris
  • Smoking exposure during pregnancy is higher in children with ADHD than in children with anxiety or general health disease. G Dupuy
  • Congrès “Second Meeting of West European Societies of Biological Psychiatry”, Strasbourg, 13-15 Décembre 2007

French

Doctor CLERY-MELIN Marie-Laure

Doctor - General Psychatry

Tel. : 01 47 95 63 00

Adresse : Nightingale Hospitals Paris – Clinique du Château
11 bis, rue de la Porte Jaune – 92380 Garches

Function

Psychiatrist

Course
  • Chief of Clinic at the Centre Hospitalier Sainte-Anne (CMME, Rouillon and Gorwood Professors Department, Mood Disorders Unit), 2011-2015.
  • Intern at the Paris Hospitals, 2004-2011

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Mood disorders
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Burn-out
  • Cognitive disorders
Publications

Author of articles and book chapters on depression and cognitive function.

 

PUBLICATIONS :

1- Reward systems and cognitions in major depressive disorder.

Cléry-Melin ML, Jollant F, Gorwood P. CNS Spectrums, 2018, in press.

2- Stability of the diagnosis of seasonal affective disorder in a long-term prospective study.

Cléry-Melin ML, Gorwood P, Friedman S, Even C. J. Affect Disord. 2018 Feb; 227:353-357.

3- Progress in elucidating biomarkers of antidepressant pharmacological treatment response: A systematic review and meta-analysis of the last 15 years.

Voegeli G, Cléry-Melin ML, Ramoz R, Gorwood P. Drugs. 2017 Nov.

4- A simple attention test in the acute phase of a major depressive episode is predictive of later functional remission.

Cléry-Melin ML, Gorwood P. Depress Anxiety. 2017 Feb;34(2):159-170.

5- Psychomotor retardation is a scar of past depressive episodes, revealed by simple cognitive tests.

Gorwood P, Richard-Devantoy S, Baylé F, Cléry-Melin ML. Eur Neuropsychopharmacol. 2014 Oct; 24(10): 1630-40.

6- Neural mechanisms underlying motivation of mental versus physical effort.

Schmidt L, Lebreton M, Cléry-Melin ML, Daunizeau J, Pessiglione M. PLoS Biol. 2012 Feb; 10(2).

7- Why don’t you try harder? An investigation of effort production in major depression.

Cléry-Melin ML, Schmidt L, Lafargue G, Baup N, Fossati P, Pessiglione M. PLoS One. 2011 Aug 10; 6(8).

8- Separate valuation subsystems for delay and effort decision costs.

Prévost C, Pessiglione M, Météreau E, Cléry-Melin ML, Dreher JC. J Neurosci. 2010 Oct 20; 30(42).

9- Get aroused and be stronger: emotional facilitation of physical effort in the human brain.

Schmidt L, Cléry-Melin ML, Lafargue G, Valabrègue R, Fossati P, Dubois B, Pessiglione M. J Neurosci. 2009 Jul 29; 29(30):9450-7.

10- Acute bilateral deafness and facial diplegia as a presentation of occlusion of the basilar artery.

Guidoux C, Garcin B, Cléry-Melin ML, Blanc R, Jouvent E, Hosseini H. Rev Neurol (Paris). 2006 May.

 

Book chapter :

1- Are cognitive deficits in Major Depressive Disorder progressive?

Cléry-Melin ML, Gorwood P. In “Cognitive Impairment in Major Depressive Disorder. Clinical Relevance, Biological Substrates, and Treatment Opportunities”. Cambridge University Press. McIntyre RS, Cha DS. 2016 Apr.

Languages
English
French

Psychiatrist

  • Chief of Clinic at the Centre Hospitalier Sainte-Anne (CMME, Rouillon and Gorwood Professors Department, Mood Disorders Unit), 2011-2015.
  • Intern at the Paris Hospitals, 2004-2011

AREAS OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Mood disorders
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Burn-out
  • Cognitive disorders

Author of articles and book chapters on depression and cognitive function.

 

PUBLICATIONS :

1- Reward systems and cognitions in major depressive disorder.

Cléry-Melin ML, Jollant F, Gorwood P. CNS Spectrums, 2018, in press.

2- Stability of the diagnosis of seasonal affective disorder in a long-term prospective study.

Cléry-Melin ML, Gorwood P, Friedman S, Even C. J. Affect Disord. 2018 Feb; 227:353-357.

3- Progress in elucidating biomarkers of antidepressant pharmacological treatment response: A systematic review and meta-analysis of the last 15 years.

Voegeli G, Cléry-Melin ML, Ramoz R, Gorwood P. Drugs. 2017 Nov.

4- A simple attention test in the acute phase of a major depressive episode is predictive of later functional remission.

Cléry-Melin ML, Gorwood P. Depress Anxiety. 2017 Feb;34(2):159-170.

5- Psychomotor retardation is a scar of past depressive episodes, revealed by simple cognitive tests.

Gorwood P, Richard-Devantoy S, Baylé F, Cléry-Melin ML. Eur Neuropsychopharmacol. 2014 Oct; 24(10): 1630-40.

6- Neural mechanisms underlying motivation of mental versus physical effort.

Schmidt L, Lebreton M, Cléry-Melin ML, Daunizeau J, Pessiglione M. PLoS Biol. 2012 Feb; 10(2).

7- Why don’t you try harder? An investigation of effort production in major depression.

Cléry-Melin ML, Schmidt L, Lafargue G, Baup N, Fossati P, Pessiglione M. PLoS One. 2011 Aug 10; 6(8).

8- Separate valuation subsystems for delay and effort decision costs.

Prévost C, Pessiglione M, Météreau E, Cléry-Melin ML, Dreher JC. J Neurosci. 2010 Oct 20; 30(42).

9- Get aroused and be stronger: emotional facilitation of physical effort in the human brain.

Schmidt L, Cléry-Melin ML, Lafargue G, Valabrègue R, Fossati P, Dubois B, Pessiglione M. J Neurosci. 2009 Jul 29; 29(30):9450-7.

10- Acute bilateral deafness and facial diplegia as a presentation of occlusion of the basilar artery.

Guidoux C, Garcin B, Cléry-Melin ML, Blanc R, Jouvent E, Hosseini H. Rev Neurol (Paris). 2006 May.

 

Book chapter :

1- Are cognitive deficits in Major Depressive Disorder progressive?

Cléry-Melin ML, Gorwood P. In “Cognitive Impairment in Major Depressive Disorder. Clinical Relevance, Biological Substrates, and Treatment Opportunities”. Cambridge University Press. McIntyre RS, Cha DS. 2016 Apr.

English
French

Doctor AZUAR Carole

Doctor - General Psychatry

Tel. : 01 47 95 64 18

Adresse : Nightingale Hospitals Paris – Clinique du Château
11 bis, rue de la Porte Jaune – 92380 Garches

Function

Neurologist

Course
  • Former intern at the Paris Hospitals
  • Former Assistant Head of Clinic, Neurology Department of Saint-Antoine, Paris (APHP)
  • Neurological Practitioner
  • Consultant at the Institute of Memory and Alzheimer’s Disease,
  • Clinical Head of the Behavioral Neuropsychiatry Unit,
  • Federation of Neurology, Groupe Hospitalier Pitié Salpêtrière, Paris (APHP).

TRAINING

  • Doctoral student in neurosciences, Doctoral School 3C: thesis on “Functional organization of the prefrontal cortex for cognitive control”, laboratory CRICM UMR 975, Prs Levy et Dubois, Pitié-Salpêtrière
  • Holder of the INSERM research host post-competition (laboratory CRICM UMR 975, ex U610, Pr Dubois, Pitié Salpêtrière, Paris)
  • Holder of the National Competition for Practitioners of Public Health Institutions, (PH competition type 1)
  • Master of Science and Technology, Integrative Biology and Physiology, speciality Neurosciences, Pierre and Marie Curie University, Paris VI
  • Master’s degree in Biological and Medical Sciences at Paris VI.
  • Interuniversity Diploma (DIU): Abnormal movements and movement pathology, Pierre and Marie Curie University, Paris VI.
  • University Diploma (DU): Clinical Neurophysiological Explorations, Pierre and Marie Curie University, Paris VI.
  • Interuniversity Diploma (DIU): Neurovascular Pathology, Universities of Dijon, Grenoble, Lille, Montpellier, Paris V, Paris VI, Paris VII, Poitiers, Toulouse.

CENTRES OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Cognitive functions (memory, attention, decision making, language)
  • Socio-emotional behavioural functions.

DISORDERS TREATED

Screening for neurological deficits affecting cognitive, memory or behavioural functions:

  • pathologies of aging (Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, Fronto-Temporal pathologies)
  • after-effects of head trauma, meningitis or encephalitis
  • psychiatric pathologies affecting cognitive functions
  • attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder, networked with specialized psychiatrists and psychologists.

PRACTISED THERAPIES

  • Multimodal neurological and neuropsychiatric management.
  • Targeted cognitive remediation/reeducation, notably using COG MED or HAPPY NEURON software, in partnership with a neuropsychologist (Mrs Aurélie Guignebert).
Publications

INTERNATIONAL PUBLICATIONS

  • C. Azuar, P. Reyes, A. Slachevsky, E. Volle, S. Kinkingnehun, F. Kouneiher, E. Bravo, B. Dubois, E. Koechlin, R. Levy. Testing the model of caudo-rostral organization of cognitive control in the human with frontal lesions. Neuroimage, 2014 Janv 1; 84:1053-60.
  • Azuar C, Leger A., Arbizu C., Henry-Amar F.,Chaumel-Guillaume S., Samson Y. The Aphasia Rapid Test: an NIHSS-like aphasia test. J Neurol. 2013 May 15.
  • Ameur F, Colliot O, Caroppo P, Ströer S, Dormont D, Brice A, Azuar C, Dubois B, Le Ber I, Bertrand A. White matter lesions in FTLD: distinct phenotypes characterize GRN and C9ORF72 mutations. Neurol Genet. 2016 Jan 28;2(1).
  • Corvol JC, Goni S, Bordet R; participants of the Giens XXXI (Azuar C), Round Table No. 1. Translational research on cognitive and behavioural disorders in neurological and psychiatric diseases. Therapie. 2016 Feb;71.
  • L. Cruz de Souza, M. Bertoux, A. Funkiewiez, D. Samri, C. Azuar, M-O. Habert, A. Kas, F. Lamari, M.Sarazin, B. Dubois. Frontal presentation of Alzheimer’s disease: a series of patients with biological evidence by CSF biomarkers. Dement Neuropsychol, 2013 March;7(1):66-74.
  • E.Roze, C.Azuar, C.Menuel, J.Häberle, R. Guillevin -Urea cycle disorders: usefulness of magnetic resonance spectroscopy. Pediatr Neurol, 2007 sept ; 37 (3) : 222-5.

 

NATIONAL PUBLICATIONS

  • C. Azuar, D Samama. Psychosis at the frontier of psychiatry. Annales Médico-Psychologiques, February 2016.
  • C. Azuar, B. Garcin, J. Capron, C. Roue-Jagot and R. Levy. Chapter ” Behaviour “, treatise on neurology ” Démences “, Doin Collection, 2015.
  • C. Azuar, collective work. Actes des rencontres d’orthophonie 2014 : ” Emotion, Cognition et Communication “, Chapter : Neural bases of emotional treatment: what frontotemporal dementia teaches us. Rencontres d’orthophonie, Ortho-Edition, 2014.
  • C. Azuar, F. Barruel, N. Flamant, B. Heilbrunn, M Hunyadi, O Ihl, JL Ribes, C. Segalen, HJ Sticker, F. Weber. Reflecting management in the mirror of disability. Editions du bord de l’Eau, Lormont, 2013.
  • M. Alves, C. Azuar, O. Limot. Comas. Encyclopédie Médicale Premium. Emergencies: Neurology section, 2013.

 

CONFERENCES, ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

INTERNATIONAL CONGRESSES

  • Congrès Alzheimer Association- AAIC, Washington, juillet 2015:“The Eating Behavior Inventory (EBI) : A new clinical tool for the diagnosis of Fronto-Temporal Dementia.” C. Azuar
  • Congrès SINDEM, The Italian Neurological Dementia Association, Bressanone Italie, janvier 2015 :
    “Social cognition in frontotemporal dementia : from clinic to research. C. Azuar
  • Congrès Society For Neurosciences, Chicago, octobre 2009:
    “Architecture of cognitive control in the human prefrontal cortex: A voxel-based lesion mapping study in patients with prefrontal lesions.” C. Azuar, P. Reyes, A. Slachevsky, S. Kinkingnehun, E. Volle, B. Dubois, E. Koechlin, R.Levy.

 

NATIONAL CONVENTIONS

  • Medical Psychological Society, SMP, October 2015 :
    “Psychosis at the frontier of psychiatry. » C. Azuar, D. Samama.
  • Unadreo XIVèmes Rencontres d’orthophonie, Paris, December 2014 :
    “Neural bases of emotional treatment: what frontotemporal dementia teaches us. » C. Azuar
  • IXth day of the WRCR in the South of France, March 2013 :
    “Atypical Alzheimer’s diseases. » C. Azuar, L. De Souza.
  • Day of the Association of Behavioural Neurology and the European Association of Neuroeconomics, June 2011 :
    “Cognitive control and decision making”. C. Azuar
  • French Society of Neurology, Paris, July 2010 :
    “Predictive value of an aphasia test in the acute phase of a stroke for the patient’s outcome at three months. “Azuar C., Leger A., Arbizu C., Henry-Amar F., Samson Y., (2010).
  • Congress of the French Neurovascular Society (SFNV), Paris, November 2009:
    “Predictive value of an aphasia test in the acute phase of a stroke for the patient’s outcome at three months. Azuar C.,
  • Leger A., Arbizu C., Henry-Amar F., Samson Y., Paris, November 2009: “Predictive value of an aphasia test in the acute phase of a stroke for the fate of the patient at three months.
  • French Neurological Society, Paris, June 2008:
    “Anatomical and functional organization of the prefrontal cortex for cognitive control”:
    C. Azuar, P. Reyes, A. Slachevsky, S. Kinkingnehun, E. Volle, B. Dubois, E. Koechlin, R. Levy.
Languages
English
French

Neurologist

  • Former intern at the Paris Hospitals
  • Former Assistant Head of Clinic, Neurology Department of Saint-Antoine, Paris (APHP)
  • Neurological Practitioner
  • Consultant at the Institute of Memory and Alzheimer’s Disease,
  • Clinical Head of the Behavioral Neuropsychiatry Unit,
  • Federation of Neurology, Groupe Hospitalier Pitié Salpêtrière, Paris (APHP).

TRAINING

  • Doctoral student in neurosciences, Doctoral School 3C: thesis on “Functional organization of the prefrontal cortex for cognitive control”, laboratory CRICM UMR 975, Prs Levy et Dubois, Pitié-Salpêtrière
  • Holder of the INSERM research host post-competition (laboratory CRICM UMR 975, ex U610, Pr Dubois, Pitié Salpêtrière, Paris)
  • Holder of the National Competition for Practitioners of Public Health Institutions, (PH competition type 1)
  • Master of Science and Technology, Integrative Biology and Physiology, speciality Neurosciences, Pierre and Marie Curie University, Paris VI
  • Master’s degree in Biological and Medical Sciences at Paris VI.
  • Interuniversity Diploma (DIU): Abnormal movements and movement pathology, Pierre and Marie Curie University, Paris VI.
  • University Diploma (DU): Clinical Neurophysiological Explorations, Pierre and Marie Curie University, Paris VI.
  • Interuniversity Diploma (DIU): Neurovascular Pathology, Universities of Dijon, Grenoble, Lille, Montpellier, Paris V, Paris VI, Paris VII, Poitiers, Toulouse.

CENTRES OF INTEREST – SPECIALTIES

  • Cognitive functions (memory, attention, decision making, language)
  • Socio-emotional behavioural functions.

DISORDERS TREATED

Screening for neurological deficits affecting cognitive, memory or behavioural functions:

  • pathologies of aging (Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, Fronto-Temporal pathologies)
  • after-effects of head trauma, meningitis or encephalitis
  • psychiatric pathologies affecting cognitive functions
  • attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder, networked with specialized psychiatrists and psychologists.

PRACTISED THERAPIES

  • Multimodal neurological and neuropsychiatric management.
  • Targeted cognitive remediation/reeducation, notably using COG MED or HAPPY NEURON software, in partnership with a neuropsychologist (Mrs Aurélie Guignebert).

INTERNATIONAL PUBLICATIONS

  • C. Azuar, P. Reyes, A. Slachevsky, E. Volle, S. Kinkingnehun, F. Kouneiher, E. Bravo, B. Dubois, E. Koechlin, R. Levy. Testing the model of caudo-rostral organization of cognitive control in the human with frontal lesions. Neuroimage, 2014 Janv 1; 84:1053-60.
  • Azuar C, Leger A., Arbizu C., Henry-Amar F.,Chaumel-Guillaume S., Samson Y. The Aphasia Rapid Test: an NIHSS-like aphasia test. J Neurol. 2013 May 15.
  • Ameur F, Colliot O, Caroppo P, Ströer S, Dormont D, Brice A, Azuar C, Dubois B, Le Ber I, Bertrand A. White matter lesions in FTLD: distinct phenotypes characterize GRN and C9ORF72 mutations. Neurol Genet. 2016 Jan 28;2(1).
  • Corvol JC, Goni S, Bordet R; participants of the Giens XXXI (Azuar C), Round Table No. 1. Translational research on cognitive and behavioural disorders in neurological and psychiatric diseases. Therapie. 2016 Feb;71.
  • L. Cruz de Souza, M. Bertoux, A. Funkiewiez, D. Samri, C. Azuar, M-O. Habert, A. Kas, F. Lamari, M.Sarazin, B. Dubois. Frontal presentation of Alzheimer’s disease: a series of patients with biological evidence by CSF biomarkers. Dement Neuropsychol, 2013 March;7(1):66-74.
  • E.Roze, C.Azuar, C.Menuel, J.Häberle, R. Guillevin -Urea cycle disorders: usefulness of magnetic resonance spectroscopy. Pediatr Neurol, 2007 sept ; 37 (3) : 222-5.

 

NATIONAL PUBLICATIONS

  • C. Azuar, D Samama. Psychosis at the frontier of psychiatry. Annales Médico-Psychologiques, February 2016.
  • C. Azuar, B. Garcin, J. Capron, C. Roue-Jagot and R. Levy. Chapter ” Behaviour “, treatise on neurology ” Démences “, Doin Collection, 2015.
  • C. Azuar, collective work. Actes des rencontres d’orthophonie 2014 : ” Emotion, Cognition et Communication “, Chapter : Neural bases of emotional treatment: what frontotemporal dementia teaches us. Rencontres d’orthophonie, Ortho-Edition, 2014.
  • C. Azuar, F. Barruel, N. Flamant, B. Heilbrunn, M Hunyadi, O Ihl, JL Ribes, C. Segalen, HJ Sticker, F. Weber. Reflecting management in the mirror of disability. Editions du bord de l’Eau, Lormont, 2013.
  • M. Alves, C. Azuar, O. Limot. Comas. Encyclopédie Médicale Premium. Emergencies: Neurology section, 2013.

 

CONFERENCES, ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

INTERNATIONAL CONGRESSES

  • Congrès Alzheimer Association- AAIC, Washington, juillet 2015:“The Eating Behavior Inventory (EBI) : A new clinical tool for the diagnosis of Fronto-Temporal Dementia.” C. Azuar
  • Congrès SINDEM, The Italian Neurological Dementia Association, Bressanone Italie, janvier 2015 :
    “Social cognition in frontotemporal dementia : from clinic to research. C. Azuar
  • Congrès Society For Neurosciences, Chicago, octobre 2009:
    “Architecture of cognitive control in the human prefrontal cortex: A voxel-based lesion mapping study in patients with prefrontal lesions.” C. Azuar, P. Reyes, A. Slachevsky, S. Kinkingnehun, E. Volle, B. Dubois, E. Koechlin, R.Levy.

 

NATIONAL CONVENTIONS

  • Medical Psychological Society, SMP, October 2015 :
    “Psychosis at the frontier of psychiatry. » C. Azuar, D. Samama.
  • Unadreo XIVèmes Rencontres d’orthophonie, Paris, December 2014 :
    “Neural bases of emotional treatment: what frontotemporal dementia teaches us. » C. Azuar
  • IXth day of the WRCR in the South of France, March 2013 :
    “Atypical Alzheimer’s diseases. » C. Azuar, L. De Souza.
  • Day of the Association of Behavioural Neurology and the European Association of Neuroeconomics, June 2011 :
    “Cognitive control and decision making”. C. Azuar
  • French Society of Neurology, Paris, July 2010 :
    “Predictive value of an aphasia test in the acute phase of a stroke for the patient’s outcome at three months. “Azuar C., Leger A., Arbizu C., Henry-Amar F., Samson Y., (2010).
  • Congress of the French Neurovascular Society (SFNV), Paris, November 2009:
    “Predictive value of an aphasia test in the acute phase of a stroke for the patient’s outcome at three months. Azuar C.,
  • Leger A., Arbizu C., Henry-Amar F., Samson Y., Paris, November 2009: “Predictive value of an aphasia test in the acute phase of a stroke for the fate of the patient at three months.
  • French Neurological Society, Paris, June 2008:
    “Anatomical and functional organization of the prefrontal cortex for cognitive control”:
    C. Azuar, P. Reyes, A. Slachevsky, S. Kinkingnehun, E. Volle, B. Dubois, E. Koechlin, R. Levy.

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