Dr Mazdak Samani

Consultant Psychiatrist 

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Dr Mazdak Samani is a Consultant Psychiatrist and a Fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (RANZCP) with 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, and psychotropic medicine in the General Adult, Older Adult and Young Adult population.

His areas of expertise include General Adult Psychiatry, managing ADHD, Old Age
Psychiatry, Drug and Alcohol related Disorders, Eating Disorders and Consultation Liaison. He was part of Royal Perth Hospital Multicultural Psychiatry Team and experienced in Cultural Psychiatry and happy to review clients from CALD (people from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse backgrounds).
Dr Samani is a Psychiatrist with interest in General Adult Psychiatry, Older Adult Psychiatry and Neuropsychiatry. His approach to treatment is holistic (bio-psychosocio-cultural), patient-centred and recovery-focused aiming to reduce mental health stigma and provide quality treatment in order to help patients maintain the quality of life they deserve. 

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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. 
Please note, Cygnet Clinic Psychiatry Team is a Treatment only service, and we do not provide Psychiatric Reports for Medico-Legal or other non-clinical purposes. Dr Samani does not accept Workers Compensation, MVA insurance.




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