We understand that every child is different and needs to be treated as such, regardless of what symptoms or diagnosis they might have. We can help you find the right specialist for your child and develop a personalised treatment plan tailored to their individual needs. You don’t need to know what the condition is, and you don’t need a referral or previous diagnosis before you seek help for your child or teenager.

We also treat many other mental health conditions not listed here, including agoraphobia, anxiety, attachment (relationship) difficulties, bipolar, behavioural problems, bereavement or loss, body dysmorphic disorder (BDD), bullying, disordered eating, binge eating, borderline personality disorder, chronic fatigue, chronic pain, family difficulties, fibromyalgia, health anxiety, grief, giftedness, learning disabilities, love addiction, mania, memory problems, neuropsychiatric symptoms related to head or brain injuries, panic attacks, panic disorder, performance anxiety, personality disorders, phobias, psychosomatic conditions, relationship difficulties, psychosis, self-harm, schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, sleep problems (insomnia), suicidality, stress, tinnitus and vertigo, trauma, treatment-resistant depression and many more.

Our Approach

We have a team of highly trained Child & Adolescent Psychiatrists and therapists for you. We are here to provide you with clear, practical information so that you can make an informed decision about the best path forward.

Every child is different and needs to be treated as such, regardless of what symptoms or diagnosis they might have. We can help you to find the right professional for your child.

At the London Psychiatry Clinic, we understand that children need to feel safe, supported and understood when they speak to a professional. Children and adolescents can often feel intimidated, embarrassed or shy when having to speak to a doctor. Sometimes they may find it difficult to articulate how they’re feeling.

Our aim is to put your child at ease and pick up on subtle signs of mental health conditions that may not be immediately obvious to an observer. When appropriate, we will carry out a standardised assessment according to the latest guidelines, but we make sure that assessments are flexible and customised to the needs of the child.

If a mental health condition is diagnosed, or any other difficulties are observed, we will develop a personalised treatment plan specifically for your child. The idea is to discuss all available options with you and your child in order to take into account your preferences. The treatment will include an integrated approach to help your child achieve their full potential in terms of their sense of wellbeing and self-confidence, relationships, social skills or school performance.

Book a Consultation

We can arrange a brief courtesy call directly with one of our psychiatrists/therapists/specialists so you can judge for yourself if you feel comfortable talking to them.