Please note: Dr Tanna has currently closed all referrals.
Dr Raj Tanna is a specialist in Psychiatry and Psychotherapeutic Medicine and a Fellow of the Royal Australian & New Zealand College of Psychiatrists.
Dr Tanna has extensive experience in the assessment and management of a broad range of Mental Health illnesses including psychosis, depression, bipolar affective disorders, anxiety, OCD, stress related and post traumatic disorders, personality issues & Psychotherapeutic medicine in the General Adult and Young Adult population.
Most recently he served as Head of Services at Joondalup Community Mental Health Services, providing expertise and leadership to achieve quality patient centred services. He has published and presented at numerous national and international conferences.
He has practised in London and Perth, leading award winning specialised Community Mental Health teams, and is a leading expert in Early Intervention.
As senior clinical advisor to Black Swan Health in 2014, he was influential in the design & establishment in Perth of the headspace Youth Early Psychosis Programme, a world first model of early intervention and specialist support to young people experiencing or at risk of psychosis.
During his primary medical degree from University College London, he completed a BSc specialising in Cognitive Neurosciences including research with Prof John O’Keefe.
"Each person is unique and so the care I provide is tailored to be individual and holistic. My approach is to collaborate and address issues together with an emphasis on strengths.
I believe that everyone has the right to good mental health and to receive ethical, high quality and evidence informed care. This is a collective community endeavour; as a family member of people with mental illness, I deeply understand the complex needs for recovery”.
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You are required to have a valid referral letter dated with your General Practitioners provider number and name clearly stated. The referral letter must contain the sentence “under Item 291 for specialist opinion and report” at this current stage.