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Registered and Experienced Mental Health Team

Psychiatrist Serving Brisbane Metropolitan Area

Takes Care Specialist Centres offers a wide range of Psychiatry Services in Brisbane. We offer psychiatry services through face-to-face and Telehealth services across all Brisbane and regional areas, respectively.

Due to our central location, which is only just over 7 km away from the Brisbane CBD area, Takes Care Specialist centre is only minutes aways from surrounding suburbs, such as Camp Hill, Coorparoo, and Morningside. In addition, as it is close to public transport and has ample parking available, it is easy to reach from various Brisbane areas, e.g., s western suburbs, and other areas close to the Brisbane CBD areas like Windsor and Hamilton. 

Adult Psychiatry

All psychiatrists treat people who are older than 17 years old for a wide range of mental health disorders. These include manifestations of “organic” brain disorders, psychosis, trauma, anxiety, depression, autism, ADHD, and bipolar disorders. Furthermore, our psychiatrists can provide a range of assessments for various purposes, such as Workcover.

The sub-specialties of the psychiatrists at Takes Care Specialist Centre are listed below:

Adolescent Psychiatry

Our adolescent psychiatrist can provide for assessment and treatment for young people (older than 12 years old), experiencing challenges, such as self-harm, depression and eating disorders. (Brisbane metropolitan & Telehealth eligible regional areas)

Geriatric Psychiatry

Our geriatric psychiatrist can provide assessment and management of mental health disorders of older people. This is available in the following areas:

  • Brisbane and regional-based nursing homes
  • Brisbane suburban areas, during the COVID-19
  • Telehealth eligible regional areas

What to Expect

The first appointment with a psychiatrist can be overwhelming. We have provided a blog that provides tips for assisting you to prepare and know what to expect at your first appointment. This blog provides important tips, such as preparing a list of questions that you may wish to ask your psychiatrist and your expectation for your psychiatrist reaching a diagnosis. 

Overview of your psychiatry consults 

  1. At your first appointment, your psychiatrist will listen to your concerns, discussing the reasons behind your referral.
  2. Your psychiatrist will also ask you questions about your general health. It is therefore important to have your current list of medication, including any psychiatric as well as other medications.
  3. Your psychiatrist may order some tests e.g. blood test or an imaging.
  4. Another area of that is important to your psychiatrist for discussion is your family history.
  5. You may also wish to come along with a companion. Your companion needs to be someone close to you that you know well and has your trust.
  6. It may take a few sessions for your psychiatrist to reach to a diagnosis. As in some cases, the diagnosis may or may not change, you may wish to discuss this with your psychiatrist, during your appointment.
  7. Together with you and possibly your loved ones, your psychiatrist will develop a tailor plan that is right for you.
  8. The developed treatment plan will combination of therapies that will suit your health needs, personal preferences, family situation and age. This may or may not include medications, psychotherapy or referring you to another health professional, such as a psychologist. 

At Takes Care Specialist Centre, our psychiatrists are committed to helping improve your general well-being through experienced and focused psychiatric counselling and therapy services. We work with each of our patients in order to thoroughly understand their concerns to ensure the best treatment possible.

Dr Mohsen Mohseni-Goki

Dr Mohsen Mohseni Goki is a Fellow of the Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (FRANZCP) and a member of the Australasian ADHD Professionals Association (AADPA). With over 12 years of experience as a consultant psychiatrist, he specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). He assesses ADHD patients ranging in age from 16 to 60 years old.

Assessing and treating ADHD can be a complex process that requires a clear understanding of the individual’s symptoms and behaviors. When a patient is struggling with drug or alcohol use, including medicinal cannabis, it complicates the assessment because these substances can mimic or mask the symptoms of ADHD. This makes it difficult to accurately diagnose and provide effective treatment.

If you are using substances regularly, such as cannabis (even medicinal cannabis), alcohol, or other drugs, it is crucial to address these issues first. The presence of these substances in your system can interfere with both the assessment and the treatment of ADHD. Therefore, Dr Goki strongly recommends seeking treatment for substance use before undergoing an ADHD evaluation.

Once you have successfully ceased substance use, Dr Goki will be able to provide a more reliable assessment and determine the appropriate treatment for ADHD. This approach ensures that the diagnosis is accurate and the treatment is safe and effective.

Please understand that Dr Goki’s goal is to offer the best possible care, and addressing substance use issues first is a necessary step in achieving that. 

Support for drug and alcohol issues is available through drug and alcohol services. Once you are ready, we can proceed with a thorough and accurate assessment of ADHD and discuss the best treatment options for you.

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