Dr Haseeb Khan Rohilla:
- Diploma in Clinical Psychiatry, Royal College of Physicians Ireland
- Master of Public Health, University College Dublin, Ireland
- Fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrist
- Member of the college of Psychiatrist Of Ireland
- Tri-lingual (English, Hindi, Urdu)
Dr. Haseeb Rohilla is an Irish trained psychiatrist with over 18 years of extensive expertise in the management and treatment of a wide range of mental health problems in hospital based as well as community-based settings.
Dr. Rohilla completed his training in psychiatry on one of the most prestigious post graduate training schemes in Dublin, Ireland. He became member of the Royal College of Psychiatrist London in 2007, completed his diploma in clinical psychiatry from the Royal College of Physicians Ireland in 2008 and became a Member of the College of Psychiatrists Ireland in 2009. Alongside his degrees in Medicine and Psychiatry, Dr Rohilla has completed a Master’s in Public health with honors in 2011 from University College Dublin.
Dr Rohilla has worked as a Consultant Psychiatrist at various teaching hospitals in Ireland. Along with his clinical commitments he had also served as a clinical tutor/ clinical examiner in psychiatry at the Royal college of Surgeons Ireland medical school. In 2019, as a mark of distinction and recognition of his contributions to mental health, he was awarded the Fellowship of the Royal College of Psychiatrists London.
He is practicing as a Clinical and Academic Psychiatrist in Dubai since 2013. He has worked on multiple service development, educational and health promotional projects. He maintains his special interest in the role of Neurostimulation in Difficult to treat mental health disorders and Mental Health Promotion. He is a liaison of the College of Psychiatrists Ireland in the Middle East region.
Dr. Rohilla believes in a collaborative, multidisciplinary recovery-oriented approach for the treatment of individuals with mental health problems.
- Mood disorder ranging from depression to bipolar affective disorder
- Anxiety disorder
- Panic Disorder and Phobias
- Schizophrenia and psychotic disorders
- Medically unexplained physical symptoms
- Bi-Polar disorder and other Personality Disorders