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Please note Dr Jonathan Scott runs clinics at multiple locations, please request an appointment for further availability. 

Dr Jonathan Scott is an experienced Consultant Psychiatrist and a senior leader at his NHS Trust. He has expertise in the treatment of all major mental health disorders, gained from working in many different settings. Owing to his extensive experience, he is respected amongst his peers, having recently been elected as a representative to the Royal College of Psychiatrists.

He also works in the NHS for West London Mental Health Trust, where he is consultant psychiatrist to one of the Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment Teams. As such, he is the co-leader of a large multi-disciplinary team for which he has senior medical responsibility.

In addition, he holds the role of Chief Clinical Information Officer, responsible for the improvement and development of clinical practice and related information technology. He also holds the Royal College role of Regional Representative for Adult Psychiatry in North West London and was previously lead author on a paper on the importance of compassion in mental health practice. 

As a respected member of the psychiatric community, Dr Scott has explored much within the field of psychiatry and his particular expertise is in developing holistic treatment that makes use of medication and specific psychological treatments as well as taking account of the importance of carers, family and friends. 

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Medical Procedures

  • One to one therapy
  • Couples therapy
  • Assessments and reports
  • Private prescriptions
  • Expert consultations

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Special Interests

  • Bespoke Training
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Obsessive compulsive disorder
  • Bipolar affective disorders
  • Acute care
  • Crisis resolution
  • Home treatment
  • Acute inpatient care and risk management


BM BCh 1986 Oxford University