Dr Charles Hindler
Dr Hindler's approach to the assessment and treatment of an individual's mental health problems is to discuss and explain in detail his opinion and recommendations. He believes that medications have a role to play in treatment, although he is cautious about tablets and tends to err towards non-medication type interventions where possible.
Dr Hindler practised as a Consultant/Senior Lecturer in Psychiatry at Guy's Hospital and began full-time private practice from February 2002.
Dr Charles Hindler is a Consultant Psychiatrist, who qualified as a doctor with a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBBCh) in 1982. He specialised in Psychiatry and became a Member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists (MRCPsych) in 1989.
Thereafter, he obtained a research degree in Psychiatry - a Masters degree in Philosophy (MPhil) in 1992 (Anorexia Nervosa) and a Doctorate in Philosophy (PhD) in 2000 (Drug Misuse and General Practice).
He has worked in the Occupational Health Department of a large organisation for 2 1/2 years and hence, has a good knowledge of Occupational Health Psychiatry. He has undertaken medico-legal reports for about 20 years and has extensive experience in this type of work.
He is an Honorary Senior Lecturer in the Department of Psychology in East London and has provided teaching sessions to General Practitioners in their surgeries as well as more formal lectures, on a variety of subjects in Psychiatry.
Clinical Articles and Research Papers
In 2005, Dr Hindler was included as one of only four psychiatrists in the June edition of Tatler's 150 best doctors in Britain. Tatler stated that they surveyed hundreds of doctors to determine which private doctor they would send a member of their family to see. He was again named in the June 2006 and 2007 lists of Tatler's best private doctors.