Our Treatment Areas
At the Sloane Court Clinic we treat a range of disorders and problems. Here we detail some of the more common conditions we work with and some reading material, but please contact our Patient Services team if you want to ask about something not listed here.
Anxiety associated with physical ill-health
Autistic Spectrum Disorders (Adults)
Capacity assessment in older people
Complications of psychiatric medication
Expert witness reports
Medication use - complications and stopping
Memory and cognitive problems
Menopausal emotional and mood changes
Occupational health problems
OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder)
Old Age psychiatry
Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Pregnancy-related psychiatric disorders
Sports-related psychiatric problems
Stress and PTSD
Useful Reading Material
Barkley, Russell A. Taking charge of adult ADHD. Guilford Press, 2010.
Hallowell, Edward M., and John J. Ratey. Delivered from distraction: Getting the most out of life with attention deficit disorder. Random House Digital, Inc., 2005.
Ramsay, J. Russell, and Anthony L. Rostain. The adult ADHD tool kit: Using CBT to facilitate coping inside and out. Routledge, 2014.
More information and help is available at http://www.rcpsych.ac.uk/helpadvice/problemsdisorders/adhdinadults.aspx.
A useful video from Kings College London on the neurobiology of ADHD can be found here https://www.youtube.com/watch?ve4r3xwj269_g
Agras, W.S., & Apple, R.F. (2008). Overcoming your eating disorder: A cognitive-behavioral therapy approach for Bulimia Nervosa and Binge-Eating disorder. Oxford University Press.
Bryant-Waugh, R. & Lask, B. (2013). Eating Disorders: A parents' guide. Routledge.
Fairburn, C. (2008). Cognitive behavior therapy and eating disorders. The Guilford Press
Simpson, S. & Smith, E. (Eds) (2020). Schema therapy for eating disorders. Routledge
Scheel, J. (2011). When food is family: a loving approach to healing eating disorders. Idyll Arbor
Zerbe, K. (2008) Integrated treatment for eating disorders. W Norton & Co.
Glass, S. (2003). Not "just friends": Rebuilding trust and recovering your sanity after infidelity. Free Press
Johnson, Susan (2008). Hold me tight Little Brown and Company, USA