Including mood (bipolar/depression) and anxiety disorders, psychosis, age related illnesses, trauma and abuse issues, neuropsychiatry etc.
Treatment & assessment with medication. Followup and monitoring effectiveness when necessary.
Assessment, diagnosis & management of psychiatric & behavioral disorders in those with intellectual disabilities.
Sensitive claims / psychiatric consequences of psychiatric assessments.
Help determining suitability of readiness for work, income protection, psychiatric assessments.
Assessment of capacity to make a Will / to manage ones own health finances. Assessment of guardianship orders under PPP-R Legislation.
Assessment & Management for those affected by post-traumatic stress disorder or trauma issues.
Including Medical & non-Medical staff, when required.
Notes: The above packages are exclusive of a report to your GP/Referrer. Payment expected at the time of consultation.
Accepted methods of payment include: Cash, Credit Card and EFTPOS. All prices are exclusive of GST.
Fees are payable for cancellation with less than 48 hours notice.
Originally Irish, Dr. Jane O’Dwyer undertook undergraduate training in Ireland, and then post graduate training in the UK. Previously worked as academic psychiatrist in University of Sheffield, Consultant Psychiatrist in Sheffield and Rotherham in the UK. Moved to NZ about 12 years ago, as Consultant Psychiatrist and in addition to private practice I work part time for the Waikato DHB. Previously clinical tutor, and external examiner for University of Sheffield. Tutor in University of Leeds. Multiple presentations at psychiatric conferences internationally. Previous winner Brian Oliver prize in psychiatry.
Autism and schizophrenia – a common co-incidence?
Oct/Dec 2000, Vol 3, No 4, Pages 121-132
Learning Disability Psychiatry – the future of services.
Psychiatric Bulletin, 2000, vol 24, no 7, pages 247-250
Psychiatric training of pre-registration house officers.
Psychiatric Bulletin, 1998, vol 23, no 5, pages 283-285
The effects of menstruation on psychiatric admissions.
Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine, 1997, vol 14, pt 2, 43-46
Schizophrenia in people with learning disability – the role of pregnancy and birth complications.
Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 1997, vol 41, pt. 3, 238-251
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