Dr Mirza Wasi MohamadClinical Director
“I believe in treating mental health conditions holistically and using psychological,
behavioural and various holistic approaches alongside pharmacological treatments.
Dr Mirza Wasi Mohamad
I first qualified as a doctor in 1995 and became a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists in 2002. I became a consultant in 2006 and have worked in various settings including community, crisis and home treatment as well as in-patient settings. I was also involved in senior management roles and worked as a Clinical Director in the NHS. After working in the NHS for over 20 years, I have established my own private practice and am also involved in working for different NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups alongside my own busy private practice.
I have vast experience of treating a range of mental health conditions: depression, bipolar, psychosis, schizophrenia, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorders addiction problems, ADHD, Autistic Spectrum disorders, PTSD, and other trauma conditions.
I believe in treating mental health conditions holistically and using psychological, behavioural, and various integrated approaches alongside pharmacological treatments.
I am a firm believer in lifelong learning and as well as my medical and psychiatric qualifications, I have also completed a post graduate Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Certificate in Expert Witness work and post graduate qualifications in Clinical Leadership. I am accredited to undertake diagnostic work for Autistic Spectrum conditions from the Lorna Wing Centre (National Autistic Society). I am also approved by the Secretary of State under Section 12(2) to treat mental health conditions and also an Approved Clinician in both England and Wales.
Apart from my work, I quite enjoy spending time watching cricket and travelling. I have travelled around 35 countries and love exploring different cultures. I also love rock music, going to music concerts and eating out.
My biggest passion is to reduce the stigma around mental health and make it equal and parallel to other physical health conditions. Most of us will at some point in time suffer from a form of mental health condition. As I was a young carer of a family member with a mental health condition, I have first-hand knowledge of the impact this situation can have, not only on the individual but also on family and friends. As the Managing Director of Mental Health and Well Being Services, I hope to bring a range of treatments at the time of need to everyone who needs it. By tackling the condition in a timely manner, the impact and distress to the individual and carers can be reduced and instead, a journey to recovery can begin.
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