Dr Stephen Humphries
MBChB, FRCPsych, Dip Psychotherapy.
Dr Stephen Humphries is a consultant psychiatrist who has 30 years of medical experience. He has practised general adult psychiatry at consultant level within the NHS for 23 years, including seven years as a Medical Director. He has an interest in psychoanalytical psychotherapy and the management of personality disorders.
Dr Humphries' specialist field is adult ADHD where he has a great deal of experience in the diagnosis and management of the condition a speciality which is less commonly found amongst UK psychiatrists and has developed a highly regarded practice in the field. Dr Humphries is not a couples or family specialist and prefers to work with individuals. He is an experienced general psychiatrist and has worked with most psychiatric conditions including schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, organic problems, anxiety, OCD, personality disorder, eating disorders and relationship issues from an individuals perspective.
Dr Humphries has a national profile as Associate Director and National Lead for New Ways of Working in Psychiatry within the National Institute for Mental Health in England. In his role Dr Humphries has written extensively and made major contributions to important Department of Health documents and best practice guides.
- MBChB Manchester 1982
- MRCPsych 1986 (Member Royal College of Psychiatrists)
- DipPsychotherapy 1986
- FRCPsych 2006 (Fellow Royal College of Psychiatrists)
- National Lead NIMHE for NWW 2006-2009
Dr Humphries is a Fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and GMC (General Medical Council) registered practitioner: No. 2616230
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