Leading psychiatric care in the Harley Street Medical Area
What is psychiatry?
Psychiatry is field of medicine that focuses on the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mental, emotional and behavioral disorders.
At Re:Cognition Health, we recognise that maintaining a healthy mind as well as optimising brain function is important in the management of cognitive and related problems.
If you experience problems such as panic attacks, anxiety, hallucinations or thoughts of suicide, you might it beneficial to see a psychiatrists.
Our experts diagnose and manage a wide range of conditions affecting mental health and brain health.
Treatments to help you live well
Our treatment plans are bespoke for the individual and based upon the latest medications. We also offer the opportunity to access new drugs in clinical trials, non-drug interventions, life-style changes and more.
A range a services, all provided by our nationally-recognised team
We provide services to law firms, corporate healthcare schemes, and private patients.
- Detailed cognitive assessments for brain injury
- Occupational health assessments
- Assessments for insurance claims
- Capacity assessments
- Individualised rehabilitation and ongoing care management programmes
We have expertise in treating the following conditions:
- Autistic Spectrum Disorders
- Behavioural Disorders
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Traumatic Brain Injury
The first step to arranging an appointment at our clinic is to contact our team of patient coordinators.
If you are a private patient, you’ll need to provide a referral letter from your GP or other healthcare professional. That way we can make sure that you see a psychiatrist with the relevant expertise. You can contact our team by filling in the form below.
For law firms and case-managers, simply fill in the form below and a member of our team will be able to provide a copy of our terms and conditions.
If you’d prefer to speak with a member of the team over the phone, simply call 020 3355 3536.
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