Dr Ramya Mohan

Child & adolescent psychiatrist in London


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Dr Ramya Mohan is a highly accomplished and revered consultant adult and adolescent psychiatrist who specialises in ADHD, autism, depression, anxiety disorders, panic attacks, and OCD. She currently practises at CAPEforHealth at 10, Harley Street, London.

Dr Mohan, who notably completed an MRCPsych with the Royal College of Psychiatrists in 2003, has further sub-specialised in child and adolescent psychiatry with the London Deanery and has more than 20 years of experience. She was awarded a fellowship award (FRCPsych) by the Royal College of Psychiatrists in 2018 for distinctive contributions to world psychiatry.

She is the current medical director of I MANAS London, an internationally renowned clinical and creative platform for mental health and emotional well-being. She is also an expert in sleep disorders, co-morbidity with physical health conditions, childhood learning disability, post-traumatic stress disorder and medicolegal work.

Dr Mohan impressively completed sub-specialist training at Great Ormond Street Hospital with the Royal London Training Scheme in child and adolescent (developmental) psychiatry. She has been an NHS consultant with Oxleas, Surrey and Borders and Sussex Partnership NHS trusts in CAMHS, developmental neuropsychiatry, neurodevelopmental disorders, childhood learning disability and paediatric liaison over the years.

She has a special interest in psycho-oncology and the cognitive neuroscience of creativity. Her work has been published in well-established medical journals, and she has also been an author for a number of international publications.

In addition to supporting psychiatry and CAMHS trainees as a specialty champion for child and adolescent psychiatry (Health Education England), Dr Ramya is also a visiting expert faculty for the College of Counselling and Psychotherapy Education, London. Dr Ramya is trained in EMDR, mindfulness, psychodynamic therapy, and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). Her research interests include the cognitive neuroscience of creativity and clinically applicable creativity and neuroscience-based approaches in vulnerable groups.

The Royal College of Psychiatrists UK has commended Dr Mohan as a global pioneer in amalgamating creative arts and neuroscience for youth and societal development, awarding her a Fellowship award for distinctive contributions to world psychiatry in 2018. She was a shortlisted nominee twice for the Royal College of Psychiatrists ‘Communicator of the Year’ national awards in 2019 and 2020.

Dr Mohan's original work has pioneered a global movement in integrating music and the creative arts with psychiatry for optimal mental health across the west and the east over the years. Her internationally acclaimed neuroscientific therapeutic technique CAPE: Creative Arts for Processing Emotions ® (@CAPEforHealth) has dedicated users across the globe. She has extensive cross-cultural experience in mental health and international community development.

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Dr Mohan is so empathetic, perceptive, extremely efficient and has thoroughly supported my son - bringing other specialists in to progress forward. In a world with such high demand and delays for specialist help, we would thoroughly recommend her insightful care.

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