Dr Giaroli’s Values
I strive to offer a service of excellence in the neurodevelopmental disorders, specialising in ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder.
My clinical practice is based on current evidence-based research, including the latest clinical and international guidelines.
I believe that innovation and research must be brought to clinical practice in order to offer patients an up-to-date evidence-based service. Therefore, I am actively involved in research on medication for psychiatric conditions and the genetic aspects of several psychiatric syndromes. Hence my strong connection and involvement with Kings College London and University College London where I continue teaching and research.
During my time as a child and adolescent psychiatrist with the NHS I have seen many patients with ADHD, Autism and Tics and Tourette Syndrome drop out of the system at age 18, despite the continuation of their symptoms into adulthood. This is due to the lack of a strong transition plan.
My Harley Street clinic enables me to work with patients throughout their lifespan and offer continuity and expertise in the area of neurodevelopment. Therefore, I am able to help children, adolescents and adults, suffering from psychological or psychiatric conditions, improve their quality of life. I look forward to meeting you and discussing your individual needs or those of your child.
Dr Giovanni Giaroli MD MSc PGDipCAT
Dr Giaroli is a medical Doctor specialising in ADHD, Autism and Tics and Tourette Syndrome across the lifespan (from child to adult), plus other childhood related conditions.
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After graduating with honours in Medicine and Surgery in 2001 he specialised in general adult psychiatry at the World Health Organisation (WHO) Collaborating Centre at the University of Verona in 2005. He obtained his Child and Adolescent Psychiatry qualification at the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne Australia. After moving to the UK in 2007 he was employed by the NHS in a substantive post in child and adolescent psychiatry. Since 2009 he has been working as a visiting consultant for both the adolescent inpatient and outpatient units at The Priory Hospital. He was an honorary psychotherapist for 4 years at St Thomas and Guy’s hospital and obtained his Cognitive Analytic Therapy diploma in 2011.
Since 2012 Dr Giaroli has been an honorary clinical senior lecturer at Queen Mary University, a panel member at the core psychiatry recruitment, London Deanery and since 2009 a module leader and lecturer of pharmacotherapy at the Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College London. He is also a corresponding member of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and has published in International Journals on Psychopharmacology in children and adults and has chaired and presented at international conferences on psychosis, ADHD and Autism.
Across The Lifespan
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Substantive Child & Adolescent Consultant Psychiatrist
2007 - 2014
The Priory North London & Roehampton
2009 - Present
Nightingale Hospital, Marylebone
2016 - Present
Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer
Queen Mary University of London
2012 - Present
Master of Mental Health
University College London (UCL)
2014 - Present
Honorary Lecturer & Module Leader
Institute of Psychiatry
Kings College London
2009 – 2014
Bachelor in Medicine and Surgery
University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (High Honours) Italy
Certificate of Completion of Training in General Adult Psychiatry
University of Verona (High Honours) Italy
Training in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
Royal Children's Hospital
Melbourne, Australia (2007)
Diploma in Cognitive Analytic Therapy
Association of Cognitive Analytic Therapy
Masters in Science (Distinction) in Psychiatric Research
University College London (UCL) (2014)
Molecular Psychiatry Laboratory
Division of Psychiatry
University College London (UCL)
(Feb 2015 - Estimated 2018)
Full Registration Number: 6151789
Association for Cognitive Analytic Therapy (Since 2011)
Australia (Since 2010)
Italian Society of Psychopharmacology