I am a psychiatrist specialising in the care of adults, generally between 20 and 70 years of age. I will help you to explore your mental health problems, and factors in your life that may have contributed to their development.
Where needed, I arrange special investigations and tests. I then diagnose where appropriate, develop and implement management plans, prescribe medication, and may either undertake psychological treatment or collaborate with your psychologist.
I share quiet and discrete rooms with my wife, Dr Merryn Wild, a general practitioner who works solely in mental health care.
We do not employ reception staff, instead preferring to deal with you directly, at appointments, or by email and phone, supported by appropriate technology.
I graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1987 and completed my psychiatric training in 1997. I am a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists. I engage in continuing professional development, education, quality improvement activities and peer review.
The COVID-19 situation is changing daily. I am currently offering appointments only by telehealth and telephone.
Follow the link to the Victorian Government Coronavirus information site. If you are unwell with a temperature or respiratory symptoms and have recently travelled overseas or been in contact with someone who is suspected of having coronavirus infection, please contact your general practitioner for medical care.
Medicare-funded telehealth appointments are available for all current patients. We are waiting on government clarification as to whether this extends to patients new to the practice.
The practice is located adjacent to the future site of the ANZAC metro station.
During the construction of the metro extension there will inevitably be changes to traffic conditions, public transport and parking. You can stay updated about developments here. Please plan ahead and leave plenty of time to make your appointment.
Ticketed street parking is available for up to two hours in St Kilda Road, Albert Road, Park Street, Wells Street and other nearby streets. If using street parking it's a good idea to bring change, as many of the meters do not take credit.
Tramstop 20, now named Park Street, is located in St Kilda Road, directly outside our building, and serves numerous tram routes, including 3/3a, 5, 6, 8, 16, 55, 64, 67 and 72.
Tramstop 119, named Wells Street, has been built at the corner of Park Street and Wells Street, close to our building's rear entrance in Wells Street. This serves route 58.
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