Bipolar disorder (previously known as manic depression) is a disorder in which you experience intense mood changes, often feeling extremely high or low, with episodes lasting for days or weeks, or months.
Everyone has variations in their mood, but in bipolar disorder these changes can be very distressing and have a major impact on your life.
It is sometimes confusing as the symptoms don’t necessarily last all the time and you experience periods of feeling “well”.
During the assessment, our specialist consultant psychiatrist, will ask you about
Dr. Tadros is an experienced general adult consultant psychiatrist with over 30 years of practice experience. He’s a fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrists (FRCPsych).
Dr. Tadros studied medicine in Alexandria medical school, Egypt, graduated in 1983, and obtained a post graduate diploma in neuropsychiatry in 1990 from Ain Shams University, Egypt. Following that, from 1990 until 1995, he worked as a Specialist in Psychiatry at The Behman Psychiatric Hospital in Egypt, the largest oldest and private hospital in the Middle East.
Dr. Tadros then moved to the UK, where he completed his psychiatric training at St. George’s rotation. Furthermore, he obtained an MSc in addictive behaviour at St. George’s medical school in London. Then, obtained the membership of the royal college of psychiatrists and was awarded a fellowship for providing high-quality patient care.
Dr. Tadros worked as a Clinical Lead Consultant in Psychiatry at the NHS and independent sector in Cambridge from 2008 to 2013. He is currently working as a Regional Clinical Lead Consultant Psychiatrist at Change, Grow, and Live (CGL).
His approach focuses not only on prescribing medication, but also take into consideration the psychological and social aspect of any condition. Dr. Tadros works with a multidisciplinary team to achieve an understanding of person strengths and weaknesses and set up goals to achieve a full recovery. He strongly believes that every patient has specific needs and their unique circumstances should be taken into consideration in the treatment plan.