Dr Inam Ulhaq is a UK-based, highly trained psychiatrist. He has a special interest in developmental disability and has extensive experience of assessing, diagnosing, and managing ADHD in children and adults.
He’s the consultant psychiatrist in the North West Borough NHS Trust and is registered with the GMC on the specialist register of psychiatry of learning disability.
Dr Ulhaq has extensive experience in assessing and managing both children and adults with ADHD, and he works with a team of psychologists, some of whom may contribute to the ADHD assessment.
The online service he offers gives freedom to patients and clinicians, allowing them to connect from anywhere in the UK via a secure video link.
If you have any queries or need confirmation from the owner of this website, please contact Dr Inam Ulhaq on 07710573267.
Sarah’s role as Assistant Psychologist involves observing and assisting the consultant psychiatrist with conducting ADHD assessments, including writing reports and supporting patients through the assessment process. She has experience working in an inpatient hospital with a range of mental health condition including ASD, ADHD and LD as well as working in a community team in the NHS. She enjoys being able to support individuals to gain the help and support to be able to achieve their goals. Sarah spends her spare time horse riding and hiking with her dog.
Katie's role as Assistant Psychologist involves supporting the consultant Psychiatrist with the process of ADHD assessments. This includes handling referrals, conducting initial assessments, and helping patients with pre and post diagnostic queries. Katie is also an Assistant Psychologist within CAMHS, working for the Directorate where she supports various teams and contributes to service development. She is passionate about improving mental well-being amongst young people, and raising awareness of mental difficulties, and hopes to specialise in attachment and trauma. In her spare time, Katie enjoys spending time with friends and family, and is an avid reader and writer, in the process of writing a poetry book.
Rachel is an Assistant Psychologist. Her role is to assist the consultant psychiatrist with the assessment process and provide support to clients. Currently, she works within the NHS in an inpatient mental health setting. She is particularly interested in the understanding and treatment of neurodevelopmental disorders. She enjoys working to apply this understanding to help people access a diagnosis and any further support they require.