Dr Mohammed Alsaidi - The Westlake Clinic

  • About this Practice

    The Westlake Clinic is a modern, innovative source of psychiatric services and alternative and complimentary therapies for clients in the heart of London’s iconic Harley Street. The clinic employs traditional treatments and techniques, in addition to therapies ranging from hypnotherapy to life coaching.

    When the clinic opened in 2007 the original aim was to provide clients with a comprehensive range of psychiatric health services, an ambition which has consistently been met in order to help enhance the lives of those affected by psychiatric disorders.

    Dr Mohammed Alsaidi is a consultant psychiatrist with expertise in a huge range of psychiatric disorders and a wealth of experience in treating both NHS and private patients. At The Westlake Clinic the team of therapists provide a wide range of services, including psychiatric assessment. Dr Alsaidi provides treatment for the following psychiatric disorders:

    • Depression
    • Anxiety
    • Gambling addiction
    • Anger problems
    • Misuse of drugs and alcohol
    • Stress caused by work or relationships
    • Bipolar disorder
    • Post traumatic stress disorder
    • Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
    • Sexual problems
    • Phobias
    • Schizophrenia
    • Eating disorders
    • Bereavement
    • Insomnia

    Therapies available at The Westlake Clinic:

    • Counselling
    • Reflexology
    • Hypnotherapy
    • Smoking cessation therapy
    • Fertility treatment
    • Life coaching
    • Nutrition therapy
    • Psychotherapy

    Dr Alsaidi is a highly experienced adult psychiatrist with experience in private and NHS practice. In addition to his clinical work in hospitals and the Harley Street clinic, Dr Alsaidi is also a psychiatrist at a leading UK charity, which provides treatment and support for people affected by psychiatric disorders.

    During his career, Dr Alsaidi has treated a vast range of disorders and become a highly respected member of his chosen field. He speaks Arabic and English and he is popular with patients and colleagues alike. He is a member of the Medical Defence Union, the Royal College of Psychiatrists and the General Medical Council.

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