Specialist in assessment and management of Adult ADHD
MBChB (University of Cambridge)
I completed my UK psychiatric training in Cambridge. I was awarded an academic clinical fellowship at University of Cambridge for research into impulsivity and initially specialised in child & adolescent psychiatry.
I subsequently trained in general adult psychiatry and was awarded a fellowship by the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists.
Throughout my training, I have continued to develop my special interest in ADHD, particularly its assessment and management in adulthood.
Monday to Friday
Psychiatric assessment and diagnosis,Adult ADHD assessments and diagnosis,Prescribing of Medication,Bespoke treatment plans,Second opinion consultations, and report writing
Thomas Mole's approach
believe strongly in a holistic approach. I believe that a treatment plan should cover a range of options including lifestyle changes, psychological supports and sometimes medication. I’ve a background in a range of interventions including mindfulness and yoga and appreciate the role of diet, exercise and sport in supporting wellbeing.
I strive to give up-to-date advice so that clients are empowered to make the best decisions about their healthcare.
Because individuals presenting with neurodivergent symptoms may often have co-occuring conditions, my assessments aim to screen out other common problems so that the most comprehensive support package can be offered.
Overall, I aim to deliver safe and effective care, so clients are better positioned to take control of their mental health and get to where they want to be in their lives.
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