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Dr Lisa Davies

Child and adolescent psychiatry 04662422

  • Bupa Platinum consultant
  • Fee assured
  • Open Referral network
Overview
Bupa Platinum consultant
Fee assured
Open Referral network

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  • Video and telephone consultations

About me

***PLEASE NOTE THAT DR DAVIES DOES NOT HAVE ANY AVAILABILITY FOR NEW ASSESSMENTS BEFORE APRIL 2024 AT THE EARLIEST AND THIS IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE***

Dr Davies joined Priory Hospital Roehampton as a consultant child and adolescent psychiatrist in September 2022. She offers outpatient assessments and reviews. Dr Davies is committed to the ongoing growth and development of a seamless, patient-centred, high-quality CAMHS service with a multidisciplinary approach.

Dr Davies qualified in South Africa and moved to the UK in 2001 to complete her undergraduate psychiatry training at University College London Hospitals (UCLH). She completed her specialist training in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust. She worked as an outpatient consultant child and adolescent psychiatrist in South West London and St George’s NHS Mental Health Trust from 2008 to 2022. She moved to Priory Hospital Roehampton in September 2022 as an outpatient consultant.

Dr Davies has comprehensive and extensive experience as a CAMHS community consultant in South West London - most recently as the CAMHS consultant for Kingston (2016 to 2022). Prior to that, she worked as the CAMHS consultant in Merton (2008 to 2016). She forged close links with local mental health and other agencies.

Areas of interest

As a solo practitioner in a private outpatient setting, Dr Davies is unable to accept referrals if there is a risk that cannot be safely managed or if the needs of the young person/family cannot be met in the private outpatient setting. This may be the case if a young person is presenting with potential risk of harm to self or others, or a degree of complexity that may require more urgent or intensive intervention and a multidisciplinary team approach to treatment.

It is important that all available and relevant information is provided in the referral so that a decision can be made before an assessment is offered. This is to avoid a young person and family requiring signposting via the GP to a a more appropriate service.

At the end of your initial assessment, Dr Davies will advise whether she can accept you under her care. All initial assessments take place in-person, and Dr Davies can offer online appointments for any follow-up sessions, if required.

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