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Dr Hossein Rostamipour
Consultant General Adult and Old Age Psychiatrist
Hossein Rostamipour

Dr Hossein Rostamipour is consultant psychiatrist working in South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust and Brain Health Clinic in Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience as part of his role in the NHS. He also holds practising privileges at Priory Hospital Roehampton in London.

He has dual certificate of completion of training (CCT) in General Adult Psychiatry and in Old Age Psychiatry in the UK. He is on the specialist register of the General Medical Council, following basic medical qualification (MD).

He takes a holistic and patient-centred approach. He is specialised in the assessment and treatment of conditions such as depression, stress related disorders, anxiety disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), psychosis, manic disorders, substance misuse and addictions, adult attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), personality disorders and trauma. As well as this, he also specialises in mental health disorders in older adults, and cognitive and memory problems including dementia.

Dr Rostamipour is passionate about promoting awareness of and helping people with ADHD. He believes ADHD is one of the most common undiagnosed conditions and it’s not uncommon that people who struggle with ADHD, are discriminated against at school and work. As a result they find it difficult to achieve their potential in many aspects of life. In spite of all efforts, they continue to present symptoms such as low mood, mood swings, anxiety, addiction and even memory problems which could be interpreted and diagnosed as other mental health disorders, which are not responding well to traditional therapy and medication as root cause of their problems remains undiagnosed.

In his experience, there are two main factors that can affect an ADHD assessment: anxiety and overcoming patients' coping strategies developed over many years. Many unintentionally minimise their struggles, as they have learned how to cope with ADHD symptoms—they normalise symptoms which potentially are caused by ADHD.

Links to clinical articles/research papers:


Protection against discrimination in national dementia guideline recommendations: a systematic review.



Prevalence, management, and outcomes of SARS-CoV-2 infections in older people and those with dementia in mental health wards in London, UK: a retrospective observational study

Published in Lancet Psychiatry: October 05, 2020DOI:


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