Wilbraham Place Practice Practitioners: Dr. Natasha Bijlani

Practitioner at Wilbraham Place Practice.  View all

About Dr Bijlani…

“Dr. Bijlani is a staff consultant at The Priory Hospital Roehampton.  She is a graduate of St. Bartholomew’s Hospital, London and she commenced her psychiatric training there before continuing further training at St. George’s Hospital as a Specialist Registrar (SpR).  Dr. Bijlani is experienced in General Adult Psychiatry and can treat a range of psychological problems including stress/anxiety disorders, depressive illnesses, addictions and relationship issues as well as bipolar disorder and psychoses. She has a special interest in women’s mental health but is equally competent with psychiatric problems in men.

Her SpR training included year long attachments with the Eating Disorders Unit at St. George’s and the Women’s Service at Springfield University Hospital. Dr Bijlani also has a keen interest in the media. At medical school, she was the editor of The Bart’s Journal for three years during which time she interviewed personalities such as Princess Anne, the Duke of Gloucester and Anthony Clare, who was professor of psychiatry at the time.

She has written articles on a range of psychological issues for various women’s magazines in the UK and India, been a guest on BBC Radio 4’s Women’s Hour as well as LBC News Radio’s Nick Ferrari Breakfast Show and has also been interviewed by journalists for leading UK newspapers and magazines in recent months.

She has been an executive committee member of the Women in Psychiatry Special Interest Group (WIPSIG), which is part of The Royal College of Psychiatrists, and has also been co-editor of their Newsletter for six years. Consultations with Dr Bijlani are available at The Priory Hospital Roehampton as well as Wilbraham Place.”

When?

Tuesdays
Appointments: Secretary – Helen Morrissey
Tel: 020 8392 4203

Fees

£360.00 (60 min) –
£180.00 (30 min)

Health Insurance

Registered with all major health insurance companies

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