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Written by a patient at Psychiatry-UK
3rd April 2019

Dr Adil Jawad had seen me in January for ADHD problems and has put a lot of effort into making a detailed report about me, to which I am surprised how accurate and professional my condition has been described. My local GP was happy and recently able to prescribe my medication because of this. Now I feel like I’m exploring subjects with greater interest and can build a routine and finally “try” again, where I had fallen flat before. I am now getting good feedback at work. I’m at the gym again. I can read a book longer than before and listen to people without looking distracted. On top of that, I recommend all staff that work with Dr Adil Jawad as they are just as important in the process of finding the correct medication. I never felt pressured to get in contact when I had to, whereas my local GP makes me feel rushed and unheard. Thanks!

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Written by a patient at Psychiatry-UK
4th March 2019

Dr Adil Jawad's assistance with my treatment has been excellent from start to finish. His incredibly professional attitude made me feel immediately at ease when discussing my issues and concerns. When diagnosed with ADHD and prescribed treatment, he made sure I fully understood exactly how the medication could affect me, both positively and negatively - luckily I have seen only the positive! Psychiatry-UK and Dr Jawad are the first to ever take my concerns with adult ADHD seriously: it feels like I have a great burden lifted off me now that I finally have it under control. Thank you so much!

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Written by a patient at Psychiatry-UK
20th February 2019

The consultation I had with Dr Jawad on 23 January 2019 was really superb, and saw a remarkable transformation in me during the course of the video call. It is still only a few days after the call and I am awaiting the changes in medication he advised to happen and take effect; I am still suffering very badly from my symptoms . I started the video call extremely distressed telling him about my current struggles, near suicidal thoughts, inability to sleep or do anything, pacing up and down around the house in tremendous distress for hours, sitting hugging a radiator and feeling that a black curse was upon me and wanted to kill me. Dr Jawad was brilliant. He listened carefully to everything I said, took notes, read my history and last diagnosis. His manner was kindly and jolly and greatly inspired confidence. He asked me a series of very specific questions. Then he pointed towards the accredited book of NICE clinically recognised mental conditions (DSM) with hundreds of diagnoses, and arrived at his diagnosis and treatment plan. I felt really understood and greatly reassured by him, and he really seemed to know what he was talking about. I trusted his diagnosis and the changes in medication and other treatment that he has recommended. I ended the video call feeling extremely fortunate and grateful and with a glimmer of hope restored. I look forward to seeing the results of his treatment plan taking effect, as I am still in a very distressed state . I will be able to add further comments to this review as the treatment continues .

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Written by a patient at Psychiatry-UK
31st January 2019

When Dr.Adil was assigned for me, I checked his reviews and it was outstanding. When I meat him, I truly understood why so many patients talk of him highly. He was very professional,where he managed to balance between listening carefully and passionately at the same time offering valuable information, by explaining everything. Because of his level of professionalism, He understood my complicated situation. And grasped the hidden issues I was facing for years. He was will organised through out the session. And offered a plan for treatment. After, the meeting he remained connected via email. Which I found affirming and made me feel safe. He will be my the only person to go for help, and I am lucky to have been on of his patients.

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Written by a patient at Psychiatry-UK
30th January 2019

Extremely settled environment and very helpful

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Dr Adil Jawad was awarded the iWantGreatCare certificate of excellence in 2020 for delivering outstanding care.

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About me: I have Specialist registration in General Adult Psychiatry. I did my basic psychiatry training from the prestigious Guy’s and St Thomas’ training programme and have twenty years of working experience in psychiatry both in and outside UK. I collaborate with GPs, hospital physicians, psychologists, social workers, psychiatric nurses and other professionals to discuss treatment plans and progress. As the Substantive Consultant Psychiatrist for the Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment Team in the NHS, I provide direct clinical services and psychiatric evaluation and crisis intervention in successfully managing very complex and acutely unwell patients in the community. I am the Clinical Lead for Acute Services in North West Sussex and currently Chair the Trust-wide Acute Inpatient Forum monthly meetings in the Trust, supporting safe and high quality care of patients. I am a panel member of the NW Sussex Complex Care Pathway providing expert opinions for complex and highly risky patients. Currently, I am working with Clinical Commissioning Group in Crawley to develop an outreach service for high risk low volume complex patients and in the process of establishing an in-reach service for marginalised ethnic community in Crawley. I am the NW Sussex Coordinator for Final Year Medical Students from Brighton and Sussex Medical School and run Master-classes for various NHS/Non NHS organisations to up-skill social workers and nurses. I trained 220 doctors in India in diagnosing and treating depression in January 2017. I have an active interest in research and provide teaching and training to medical and paramedical staff. As the Core member of the Clinical Academic Group for Mood and Anxiety Disorders, I am shaping the care pathway for these disorders. I am an Enhanced Appraiser for doctors in the NHS Trust and annually appraise both consultant/non consultant grade doctors in the NHS Trust. I lead on the Spirituality and Staff Well-being Group in the NHS Trust to help improve the engagement of staff and their wellbeing. I was awarded “Special Commendation Award” for my contribution to Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust in 2013 for my work. Areas of clinical expertise: Stress Related Disorders Transcultural Psychiatry disorders/Culture bound syndromes Psychotic disorders including schizophrenia Bipolar affective disorders Depressive disorders Anxiety disorders

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