Dr Graham Campbell completed medical training at The University of Birmingham. He moved to the south coast and trained in Psychiatry with the St George’s and South London and Maudsley training programmes. His interest in psychotherapy ran alongside his psychiatry training. In 2012, he completed a Masters Degree in Neuroscience, with distinction, at The Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College London.
Dr Campbell worked in Sussex Partnership Trust NHS mental health services for 15 years; eight of those years as a consultant psychiatrist at Mill View Hospital in Hove. In 2018-2020, he worked part-time with Imperial College London on a clinical trial comparing psilocybin with an antidepressant for the treatment of depression. In 2020, he left the NHS to work full-time with Imperial College, Hammersmith Medicines Research and Small Pharma Ltd, on clinical trials exploring dimethyltryptamine, in a safe, supported environment, with psychotherapy, for the treatment of depression. He also works as an advisor with the Institute of Psychedelic Therapy.
It is important to note that all his work in this field is within the current legal framework. He is unable to facilitate access to psychedelic substances or psychedelic therapy.
Dr Campbell is a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and is indemnified by the Medical Protection Society. His area of specialism is general adult psychiatry, and he values a holistic approach to working with people; focussing on psychosocial factors alongside medicinal treatments for mental health challenges. He has experience in the assessment and treatment of anxiety and depression, bipolar mood disorders, trauma, ADHD, OCD and psychosis. He has an excellent reputation as a calm, thoughtful and thorough clinician.
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