Psychiatrist London

Same Day Private Psychiatrist London

Here at Broadgate GP, we offer a full access service to a private psychiatrist in London. With the ability to see a psychiatrist by appointment or via our walk-in clinic, we’ll be able to provide you the necessary psychological support you need.

Our psychiatrist will carry out a full psychological assessment, taking into account a number of factors such as lifestyle choices and behaviour. Having the option to see a same day psychiatrist in London, means you’re able to get the support you need when it’s needed the most.

Should our psychiatrist think you need any further support, then they’re able to provide a fast access referral service for further psychological support or psychiatric services.

What Can A Psychiatrist Help With?

By booking an appointment with a psychiatrist at Broadgate GP, you’ve already gotten past the hardest step. The psychiatrist you see will provide a friendly and supportive service, whilst assessing both your physical and mental state. They’ll gain an understanding of you and what the issue is you’re suffering from. A psychiatrist can help diagnose, treat or refer for additional physiological support for a number of conditions including:

  • Anxiety
  • Phobias
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Schizophrenia
  • Eating Disorders
  • Addictions
  • Depression
  • Personality Disorders

When you see a psychiatrist in London at Broadgate GP, we’ll be able to provide you with full and fast access to all the necessary physiological support or psychiatric services that you might need. There a number of conditions that seeing a psychiatrist can help with, so should you be feeling low or displaying any behavioural changes, then please don’t hesitate to book an appointment.

Psychiatrist in London

Assessment With A Psychologist

Psychological assessments are provided as part of our private GP services and are available for individuals who have been identified in having or experiencing stress or low levels of motivation in their personal or work life.

Having someone to talk to that’s outside of your friends or family circle, can provide you with that much needed support you might need. Speaking to a psychiatrist allows you to open up and explore thoughts or emotions, without any prejudice opinions or judgement. The smallest negative thought can affect your everyday activities and behaviour, so simply talking to someone about it can help you break that negative cycle.

Having a psychological assessment carried out, means a psychiatrist can evaluate your thinking, learning and behaviour. The assessment will involve a number of things such as consultations and observations, to help gain a better understanding of you as a person.

As we go through an assessment, a treatment plan is drawn up to support the individual in creating certain strategies for them to return to work. The treatment plan includes a course of short term counselling that is depended on the existing problem.

Broadgate GP offers professional private psychiatric and psychological support services in London. With full access to a psychiatrist, you can book and appointment or visit our walk-in clinic.

Our psychiatrist can provide fast access to additional psychological support and psychiatric services.

Full Access Psychiatrist London

If you're in need of psychological support in London, contact Broadgate GP

Broadgate GP – Psychiatrist FAQs

What is the difference between a psychiatrist and psychologist?

Psychiatrists are medically trained to treat mental health issues. They’ll look at physical illness or biological imbalances that could possibly attribute to a mental illness developing. With a more in-depth medical background they can order further tests and prescribe medication. The psychologist will typically focus on the psychologist behaviour that happens and what might be causing it to happen. Many psychiatrists also train in psychology.

What will the psychiatrist ask me?

The questions will typically be quite generic and they’ll be interested in the reason you’ve come to see them. Just by gaining information on your life and background, they’ll be able to develop a broader understanding about you helping to diagnose the specific issue you might be suffering from.

What should I ask them?

It’s important to be open and honest, don’t be afraid to talk about what’s on your mind. If you’ve received a diagnosis then be sure to get information about the condition you’re suffering from. Ask about everything from treatment to recovery, basically anything that might be on your mind.

What conditions can a psychiatrist treat?

Our psychiatrists and psychologists are have undergone extensive training in the specific forms of therapy they deliver. We can treat all type of mental health conditions. If you’d like to discuss how we can help then please don’t hesitate to get in touch for a friendly and confidential chat.

How do I arrange an appointment?

If you’re wanting to book an appointment with a psychiatrist in London, then all you need to do is give us a call. All calls and appointments are discrete and confidential so you’ll be in safe hand when you choose Broadgate GP.

Call Broadgate GP to book a private GP appointment.

020 7638 4330

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