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Dr Laurie Windsor has worked as a consultant for over four years with Devon Partnership Trust.
He studied Medicine at Imperial College London and undertook his specialist psychiatry training at the South London and Maudsley Trust where he worked in various national treatment centres. He gained his membership of the Royal College of Psychiatry in 2010 and subsequent completed his higher training in Devon. Here he gained further experience of drug and alcohol addiction psychiatry and working with a broad range of people in the community.
He is passionate about working with people to ensure they can recovery from their mental health difficulties. He feels that it is vital that people feel listened to and that they feel that they are part of creating a management plan that works for them.
He now works as the Consultant for the Mother and Baby Unit based in Exeter.
Areas of interest
Dr Laurie Windsor has a broad experience in adult psychiatry and a particular interest in depression, bipolar affective disorder, anxiety disorders and perinatal mental health.
I work with adults from 18 and my subspecialties include perinatal mental health and substance misuse psychiatry. However I have over five years experience as a consultant working with a broad range of diagnoses. I don't currently assess and work with people whose sole issue is memory difficulties or requesting an assessment for ADHD.
Current NHS consultant posts held
Consultant Perinatal Psychiatrist for the Mother and Baby Unit and Outreach Team based a Wonford House Hospital
Perinatal Mental Health
Recovery in mental health
I enjoy rock climbing and kayaking.
1. Windsor L. The view from here. “Psychoeducation. A New Opportunity for Post-graduate Training.” The Clinical Teacher 2014; 11: 150-151.
2. Windsor L. Shared Care in North Devon – How do you encourage GPs to get involved in Drug and Alcohol Treatment? Network 36 - SMMGP Newsletter - February 2014.
3. Windsor L. Interactive Email Groups – Giving GPs what they ask for. Online publication on the SMMGP website. http://www.smmgp.org.uk/html/others.php#095. Uploaded on 26.01.2014.
4. Windsor L. Interactive Emails Groups – Giving GPs what they ask for. Online blog on the Substance Misuse Management in General Practice website. Uploaded 18.02.2014.
5. Ahmed K., Windsor L and Scott S. In their own words: abused children’s perceptions of care provided by their birth parents and foster carers. Adoption and Fostering 2015; 39: 21-38.
6. Windsor L, Roberts G., Dieppe P. Recovery Colleges: Safe Stimulating and Empowering. Mental Health and Social Inclusion, Vol. 21 Issue: 5, pp.280-288.
Courses offered to GPs
Updates on Depression and Anxiety Disorders
Updates of recent mental health treatments.
Perinatal Mental Health - Why is this important?
- BSc Medical Imaging Imperial College 2003
- MBBS - Medical Degree Imperial College 2005
- MRCPsych - Membership of the Royal College of Psychiatry Royal College of Psychiatry 2010
- CCT GMC 2014
- MClinEd - Masters in Clinical Education Plymouth University 2015
Reference number 6130040
Details of entry to specialist register
- General Psychiatry, 2014
Affiliations / memberships
Member of the Royal College of Psychiatry
- Nuffield Hospital, Exeter.
- 17:30 - 20:00
- 01392 262145
Post treatment communication
Following treatment of a Bupa member, I will communicate with GPs in line with Department of Health, GMC and appropriate professional bodies guidelines.