Hot Weather

Sunshine and warm weather make a welcome return but we always advise our patients to take care as well as enjoy themselves Some antipsychotics and other medications can make you more sun sensitive. Lithium is a drug that helps mood stability but depends on fluid levels being with normal range … Continue reading

Seeing patients face to face

Meeting you and the opportunity to meet face to face remains very important

We Are Open

Pilates at Home

Staying well or getting well, if your staying at home can be harder. Exercise and improving fitness can help give you mental wellbeing, resillience and help you recover. Mental health and physical health are tied together and I advocate physical fitness and exercise. With kind permission from Adam I have … Continue reading

Telephone or Video appointments

We are now moving from face to face appointments to telephone or video appointments. We aim to keep all appointments but inevitably this may have to change. Please keep an eye on your email or answer your phones and our admin will be in touch to confirm the arrangements with … Continue reading

Maintaining Mental Health in isolation

Some people are still having to stay isolated. We have video tools that can help to connect to us and we developed these during lockdowns. I still hope to meet everyone for at least one appointment face to face and run a clinic in Romsey for this purpose. We hope … Continue reading

Wash your hands for 20 Seconds

wash your hands with soap and water often – do this for at least 20 seconds always wash your hands when you get home or into work use hand sanitiser gel if soap and water are not available cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve (not … Continue reading

Corona Virus

The UK is now moving on from the ‘delay’ phase of managing the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. As a result the advice around what to do if you begin to display symptoms of coronovirus infection has also been updated. The current guidance is to stay at home for 14 days if you … Continue reading

What to expect when you see a psychiatrist

What is a psychiatrist? A psychiatrist is a medically-qualified practitioner who will have spent 5-6 years training to be a doctor. He or she will then have worked as a doctor in general medicine and surgery for at least a year. He or she will then have had at least 6 years … Continue reading


The Psychiatrists Ltd are excited this year to start planning our partnership that will enable access for our patients to rTMS. Evidence of this treatment being effective for Depression and Anxiety disorders treatment is growing. We will aim to keep you updated but are excited by this development. We hope … Continue reading