Dr Jaspreet Singh is an experienced and evidence base driven Psychiatrist and he sees patients from early adolescent age group. He is a member of the AHPRA and a fellow of the RANZCP and has worked as a consultant psychiatrist at various public hospitals both in regional and metropolitan NSW as well as Queensland.
Following MBBS, his passion drove him to take up psychiatry training in the internationally renowned Post Graduate Institutes of Medical Education and Research in Chandigarh, India, where he completed his initial training and conducted clinically relevant research.
“I believe in comprehensive psychosocial assessment and management of patients with mental health issues. My areas of interest include affective as well as psychotic disorders in particular complicated presentations of Bipolar disorder, PTSD as well as dual diagnosis presentations including addiction to substances.”
He was awarded the World Psychiatric Association- Young scientist award and later, sponsored membership of the International Society of Bipolar disorders for his critical research on Dual diagnosis in Bipolar disorder.
He has developed and maintained a special interest in Bipolar disorders, ADHD and the overlap of personality and mental illness especially Borderline personality as well as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Substance abuse is common across all these leading to a dual diagnosis presentation.
In addition, he is also experienced in preparing medicolegal reports for patients and work cover related consultations.
In addition to clinical work, Dr Singh also has a special interest in teaching and education and conducted workshops and mentored junior and senior registrars preparing for RANZCP exams
Dr Singh is available for outpatient consultations at Bella Vista and Carlingford and has admitting rights to the Windsor Rd Clinic at the Baulkham Hills private Hospital, and Norwest Private Hospital. He is fluent in Hindi and Panjabi languages.
AFTER HOUR SERVICE FOR PATIENTS
He is available for urgent and non urgent consultations and assistance to GPs from Tuesday to Saturday from 9 am till 5 pm.