What we do
Ensuring our patients don’t suffer alone
Your mental health is just as important to us as your physical health.
We will sensitively ask you about your feelings and emotions and try to see what we can do to help. It is our priority to provide fast, effective treatment that will make you feel there is a solution and a plan.
Impacting millions across the UK, depression can make you lose sight of the important things in life.
Our doctors have extensive experience in treating depression and referring onwards to the very best of specialists when needed.
Anxiety & panic attacks
If you’re suffering from anxiety or panic attacks, even the simplest of tasks can feel like an uphill battle.
We have extensive experience in treating anxiety and panic attacks and we have a close network of individual, couple and family therapists as well as psychiatrists who we can refer you to.
Postnatal mood disorders
Whether it is the Baby Blues, postnatal depression, postnatal anxiety or simply struggling with lack of sleep, we are here to help.
Sleep is how our brain rests and keeps us at our best. If you’re not getting enough of it, you’re going to feel the impact fast.
Understanding and treating insomnia with our doctors has helped patients get back to a better, healthier pattern of sleep and changed their lives.
Addiction can impact anyone and everyone. It’s a debilitating illness that impacts patients of all ages and their family and friends.
ADHD, ADD and ASD
Whether you’re a suspected or confirmed sufferer, our surgery can offer assessment, diagnosis and treatment for conditions such as ADHD, ADD and ASD, both for children and for adults.
Mental health disorders
Being diagnosed with a mental health disorder can feel like a life-changing moment. But with the right doctor to support you, you can go on living as normal.
We provide personal, tailored advice on conditions such as PTSD, bipolar disorder, OCD, phobias and psychotic illness.
Get personal support
We offer thorough appointments that are empathetic, kind, non-judgmental and discreet. Understanding your mental health is the first step to reducing the burden and getting back to your best.