Welcome to Clinical Partners Psychiatric Services
If you are thinking about seeing a private psychiatrist then you can call our team to discuss what you need.
They can give you sensible and down to earth advice to help you decide what to do. You don’t need a GP referral and can usually be seen within a few days.
Why Clinical Partners?
Because you can trust us to arrange for you to see a friendly and expert clinician who can help you.
Our Clinical Team of over 200 Partners are based all over the UK. They provide thousands of outpatient appointments and reports every year, and we can usually see you within a few days. Many of our patients take their report back to their NHS GP to continue their treatment free of charge on the NHS.
What can we help with?
Some of the common disorders that our psychiatric team help with include:
- Anxiety, phobias and OCD
- Adult ADHD and Child ADHD
- Autistic spectrum disorders
- Bipolar affective disorder
- Depression and Treatment Resistant Depression
- Eating disorders and body image issues
- Stress and Burn out
- Personality Disorders
Do I need to see a psychiatrist?
You may not know if a psychiatrist is the best person for you to see; we can help you decide.
We are experts at assessing, advising and arranging mental health care and will be able to advise you on whether a psychiatric appointment is your best option.
Call 0203 326 9160 to speak to one of our team about arranging an appointment or use the contact us form to arrange a call back.
Meet Some of our Psychiatrists
What is psychiatry?
Psychiatry is the medical speciality of the study, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of mental disorders.
You will normally see a psychiatrist when you think you may have a psychiatric disorder or you are experiencing a psychological difficulty that will benefit from medication. If you’re having a tough time but it’s not severe enough to qualify as a psychiatric illness, or doesn’t need medication, then you may prefer to see a psychologist or psychotherapist.
Psychiatrists are medically trained professionals –they have completed medical school followed by specialist higher training in psychiatry. Following completion of their higher training they will go on to become Consultant grade, which usually takes at least 10 years. Because they have completed medical training they are able to prescribe medication, which psychologist and psychotherapists cannot.
Consultant psychiatrists are often the most highly trained mental health professionals you are likely to meet, and so they are sometimes the best person to go to for an expert diagnosis.
What should I do next?
Tell us your problem and we'll take it from there.
Our team of advisors are trained to give you honest, friendly and expert advice. They are all clinically trained and they are used to hearing what people are struggling with. Whatever problem you may be facing, you can discuss it with them and they will do their best to help you find the way to move forwards.
You can talk for free to one of our advisors on 0203 326 9160 or use our online form to request a call back.