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Dr Maite Ferrin

Professional Description:

Consultant Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist


MD, PhD and MSc in Child & Adolescent Mental Health

77 Wimpole Street
Area of work:

London and Nationwide


Dr Maite Ferrin is a Consultant Psychiatrist, Lead CAMHS Consultant with 14 years’ experience in clinical, research and teaching appointments. She has expertise in the treatment of children and adolescents with a broad spectrum of mental health issues

Dr Ferrin has extensive expertise in treating children and adolescents with all types of mild and more severe psychiatric conditions, including anxiety/depression, psychosis, bipolar disorder, PTSD, ASD/ADHD, eating disorder, and emerging Personality Disorder.

She is a clinical and research expert in diagnosis and treatment of ADHD and all its comorbid conditions throughout the lifespan; childhood, adolescence and adulthood. Leverages multidisciplinary treatment plans, partnerships/ liaison with other clinicians and care providers, and transparent communications with patients and their families. Dr Ferrin has experience tailored medical treatments and non-pharmacological approaches including CBT and psychoeducation.  to these patients and their families.

Dr Ferrin has published more than 40 international peer-reviewed articles and book chapters in the field of child psychiatry. She is part of the steering committee of the Continuum ADHD Project, an expert-led pan-European educational initiative in the ADHD field. Dr Ferrin is also one of the few UK members of the Eunethydis Group (European Network for Hyperkinetic Disorders) and the European ADHD Guidelines Group (EAGG), independent international leading groups with special clinical and research interest in the ADHD/ADD field

She has a deep knowledge of both UK clinical guidelines (NICE) and other international guidelines. 


Member of European ADHD Guidelines Group and EUNETHYDIS

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