We provide specialist assessment and treatment for the following conditions:
Depression is a condition characterised by persistent low mood and a loss of interest in activities. Other symptoms include sleep disturbances, changes in appetite, and difficulty concentrating.
Bipolar disorder is a condition marked by intense mood swings, alternating between extreme highs (mania or hypomania) and profound lows (depression).
Psychosis is a condition where individuals lose touch with reality, experiencing hallucinations, delusions, and displaying disorganised thinking or irrelevant speech.
Anxiety disorders are a type of mental health issue where people feel really scared or worried. These feelings can show up physically, like having a fast heartbeat, trouble breathing, or feeling dizzy. They can also show up mentally, like having constant worries or thinking that something really bad will happen.
Some examples of anxiety disorders are:
- Generalised anxiety disorder
- Panic disorder
- Obsessive compulsive disorder
- Specific phobia
Stress and adjustment
Everyone goes through stress at some point in life. However, intense stress can make it hard for someone to handle things.
Old age psychiatry
Our team is dedicated to addressing the mental health needs of older individuals by offering diagnosis and management of psychiatric disorders in later life (including dementia), along with providing support for caregivers.
Psycho-oncology and psychiatry in end-of-life
We provide care for patients dealing with mental health challenges while facing a life-limiting illness, such as cancer.
We provide assessments for patients with complex medical issues and who require a medicolegal assessment, such as evaluating decision-making capacity.