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Dr Mohamed Abdelghani is one of London's leading consultant psychiatrists. Dr Abdelghani completed his postgraduate psychiatric training at South London & Maudsley NHS Trust (SLaM). During his training years, he became a Member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists (MRCPsych) and completed his MSc in Clinical Neuroscience at the Institute of Psychiatry (King's College London). Then he worked in SLaM as a Consultant Psychiatrist for almost a year before moving to Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust in Central London to become the Lead Consultant Psychiatrist for Adult ADHD service.
Besides working in the Adult ADHD service Dr Abdelghani also works in CDAT (complex depression, anxiety and trauma) service at the same Trust. He is also the founder and Lead Consultant Psychiatrist of the TMS (transcranial magnetic stimulation) service. This is the first TMS clinical service for the treatment of depression in the NHS in London. In May 2017 he became the first British psychiatrist to be elected as a Director of the Clinical TMS Society.
Outside the public sector Dr Abdelghani has a private practice (Dyad Medical) that is located at Harley Street which is the heart of the private medical practice in London and the UK. Dr Abdelghani diagnoses and treats a wide range of psychiatric and mental health disorders, and has a special interest in adult ADHD and mood disorders. He consults and treats patients in both English and Arabic. Dr Abdelghani works collaboratively with clinicians from different disciplines to deliver a patient centred treatment program that addresses the individual needs of each patient. He is actively involved in clinical research in the field of adult ADHD and mood disorders. He also has a keen interest in spreading mental health awareness and knowledge through teaching medical students, training junior doctors, and giving lectures nationally and internationally to fellow psychiatrists and media interviews.
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