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Dr Anne Carbonnier

Oxford ADHD and Autism Centre

Child and adolescent psychiatry

 

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Dr Anne Carbonnier has over 15 years of experience in child and adolescent psychiatry.

After qualifying as a GP in France in 1998, Dr Carbonnier moved to the UK where she trained in paediatrics and child psychiatry, gaining broad medical knowledge in the assessment and treatment of physical and emotional difficulties that children and young people may experience.

She was first appointed as consultant in child and adolescent psychiatry in Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire in 2010.

She works part-time in a Child and Adolescent Mental Service in the NHS where she offers assessment and treatment for children and young people aged 5-18 with complex mental health issues. Dr Anne Carbonnier has extensive experience in the assessment and management of neuro-developmental conditions such as ADHD, autism and Asperger syndrome.

Please note that, currently, Dr Carbonnier only offers private assessments for autism, Asperger syndrome and /or ADHD for children and young people aged 6-18 years as part of multidisciplinary assessments at the Oxford ADHD and Autism Centre with other specialists ( for example: a clinical psychologist) who deliver other parts of the assessment package as set up by the Oxford ADHD and Autism Centre.

These comprehensive assessments take 3-4 hours and a diagnosis, if indicated, is confirmed at the end of the session with extensive information given to the family.

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After clarifying the diagnosis, she can recommend interventions according to the child/ young person’s diagnosis, including medication if indicated. If families decide to opt for medication to treat ADHD, Dr Carbonnier has broad experience in ADHD management and can prescribe medication at the end of the assessment if there are no contra indications. Please note that medication for ADHD requires ongoing specialist monitoring as per NICE guidelines and GPs are usually not allowed to take over monitoring unless they have specialist training and experience in ADHD. Dr Carbonnier can offer ongoing medication monitoring at the Oxford ADHD and Autism Centre. Some GPs agree to supply repeat prescription once medication is stable if patients attend regular specialist reviews.

Areas of interest

autism; Asperger syndrome;Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD); ADHD; multidisciplinary assessment

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