Dr. Cyrus Abbasian BSc. MBBS MRCPsych. MSc. Consultant Psychiatrist, Addiction Specialist, General Psychiatry
trained in medicine at King’s College Hospital, London and obtained an intercalated Degree in Psychology (BSc. 2:1) from the University College London.
He completed his psychiatric training at the Maudsley; a centre of excellence and one of the most influential mental health establishments in the world. He obtained a Master’s Degree in Addictions (MSc. Merit) from the Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London, and has trained and worked with the leaders in the field of mental health and addictions. Dr. Abbasian has been practising psychiatry since 2000 and work for the NHS and the private sector.
Dr. Cyrus Abbasian is recognised by the General Medical Council (4637608) as a Dual Specialist in General Adult and Addiction Psychiatry and by all major Private Medical Insurers. He is able to communicate fluently in Farsi (Persian) and well placed to address issues in patients from Iran and the Middle East. He is an Honorary Senior Lecturer and the addictions teaching lead at St. George’s University of London, and the College Tutor responsible for organising the Academic Programme at Springfield University Hospital.
‘Referrals are accepted directly from patients, GPs, other Specialists and Employers. A full diagnostic assessment can be arranged, including for a second opinion, with recommendations and follow-ups as required. I can provide medico-legal reports. I am aware that each patient is an individual and their treatment requires to be bespoke and carefully tailored. I take into consideration psychological and social aspects of each patient, not only focusing on prescribing medications but rather on a holistic multi-disciplinary approach to alleviate mental distress. I have access to a wide range of therapeutic interventions for patients; including psychological, psychotherapeutic, outpatient, day hospital and inpatient. Information disclosed will remain confidential and usually can only be released with the patient’s consent.’