What to expect at your first appointment
Children and adolescents usually attend one of Dr Williams’ outpatient clinics with a member or members of their family. At least 60 minutes should be allowed for the first meeting. Dr Williams will attempt to complete the assessment in that time but it may be necessary, particularly if your child’s situation is complex, to return on another day in order that she can obtain all the information needed to arrive at an appropriate diagnosis and treatment plan for the young person or child. Dr Williams does not operate a waiting list and attempts to see all children and adolescents referred as soon as possible.
Dr Williams will agree your child’s treatment as necessary and will liaise with other clinical professionals. These include:
- Clinical psychologist
- CBT therapist
- Family Therapist
Dr Williams will review your child’s treatment on a regular basis as clinically indicated.
Private medical insurance
Dr Williams is recognised by all major private medical insurers, such as Aviva, BUPA, Cigna and WPA. It is advised that you contact your insurer to check that adequate cover is available; an authorisation code will be required along with your membership details.
Patients who wish to pay for their child’s treatment themselves will be asked to make payment by bank transfer. Details of Dr Williams’ fees are available on request; please contact her Practice Manager.
How to Book
A GP referral is required when booking an appointment to see Dr Williams whether insured or self funding.
Dr Williams reserves the right to charge for any substantial reading prior to meeting with a young person; while it is appreciated that individual circumstances are different an additional charge may be levied for any significant overrun beyond the booked clinic appointment.
Please contact her Practice Manager on 020 3239 2644 or complete our contact form here.