Private Psychiatrist London

Dr Paul Morrison: Private Psychiatrist London

Dr Paul Morrison is a private psychiatrist in London. He has over 20 years experience in the treatment of mental illness. He is recognised as an expert in pharmacology and neuroscience. Paul is committed to the best, most modern practice in psychiatry. He writes a blog to make topics in contemporary psychiatry readable and accessible. He continues to see patients as an NHS consultant psychiatrist.

Paul is an academic psychiatrist. He is a clinical senior lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College London. He is also an honorary senior lecturer at University College London. Paul lectures on a number of postgraduate courses in neuroscience, psychiatry and addiction. He is also an external examiner in neuroscience and mental health at Imperial College London.

As an leading UK psychiatrist, Paul manages a high-quality research programme. His group have achieved very important clinical findings with the molecule Cannabidiol. Paul is in demand as a speaker at scientific meetings for psychiatrists worldwide.

Paul’s clinical philosophy is to create a space in which the patient and their psychiatrist can work together in close collaboration to enhance insight and recovery. The aim is swift and sustained relief from symptoms and disability, taking advantage of the best and most recent developments in psychopharmacology.

Booking Appointments

The initial consultation lasts for one hour. This can be arranged promptly. Consultations take place in central London.

At the first appointment, the nature of the psychiatric problem is explored. Close attention is paid to factors which may be at the root of the problem. This narrative is shared and developed further. The focus is on symptoms and their effect on a person’s life, rather than an overemphasis on diagnostic categories which have been used historically in psychiatry.

Paul will then discuss the best treatment options, focussing on the desired effects of treatment and the best strategies to minimise potential side-effects.

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