The best indicator to improved outcomes in mental health is rapid access to specialist diagnosis and treatment.
There is no cheaper, faster or more convenient way to access a private psychiatrist. All of our psychiatrists are GMC registered specialist doctors who work in both the NHS and the private sector. We are registered with the Care Quality Commission and you can find us on NHS Choices
We supply a fast, discreet and economic means to give you a diagnosis and recommendations for your mental health through an online video assessment from the comfort of your own home. You can use your own computer, tablet or phone to get easy access to high quality, cost effective treatment for your mental health and, as doctors, we have the ability to prescribe suitable medication, if needed.
If you would like to explore the idea further, please read our page on the subject of private consultations.
Psychiatry-UK LLP is registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC Registration Number 1-697998342)
Clinical lead Dr Andy Montgomery is interviewed on the BBC about the medical staffing crisis in the UK, and conducts an online assessment in front of the camera
“My experience of Psychiatry - UK has been unreservedly positive. The initial contact with the support staff was stress free and they were able to quickly and helpfully match me up with a consultant based on my symptoms and preferences, arranging an appointment within a matter of days.
I actually found the ability to speak to the consultant via video link preferable to seeing someone in person – being in comfortable surroundings with some notes to help my train of thought to ensure I touched on everything I wanted was very beneficial.
I felt I was able to discuss everything I wanted to and the copy of the letter to my GP. which I received the next day via e-mail, summed up everything perfectly and was an accurate reflection of the consultation, my history and symptoms. I also received an e-mail later on the evening following my appointment with some additional comments and links to studies in relation to topics we had discussed – unexpected but gratefully received and a nice touch”