The treatment resistant depression clinic is for people with depression which has not responded to treatment with antidepressant medication. Patients are able to refer themselves and you can contact the clinic:
by email firstname.lastname@example.org
by telephone 01865 902135.
Frequently asked questions
► What is “Treatment Resistant Depression”?
► Who is the clinic for?
► What will happen at the clinic?
If, after this telephone call, it seems likely that the clinic will be able to help you then we will arrange a time for you to be seen by a doctor in the clinic. This visit will take about 1.5 hours. The purpose of this visit is for the doctor to understand the difficulties you are experiencing, to discuss with you the possible treatments we have available and whether you would be interested in participating in any of the studies we are running.
After this visit we will send an assessment letter to both you and your GP which will include any recommendations we have about your treatment. If you are enrolled into a study at this point then we will be able to continue seeing you, if you are not enrolled in a study then we will not be able to go on seeing you, although with your permission, we can contact you in the future if a study that might be helpful to you begins.