Dr T Malhotra

Dr Tina Malhotra is a highly qualified Consultant Psychiatrist with over 10 years of experience working in the NHS.  She is currently an inpatient Consultant Psychiatrist with expertise in diagnosis and management of complex and severe mental health disorders.

She did her basic specialist training in psychiatry in Cambridge before completing her higher specialist training in General Adult and Liaison psychiatry in Oxford.  She has trained with eminent psychiatrists in India and UK and worked across various subspecialities of psychiatry including highly specialist psychiatric liaison services such as Movement disorders, Epilepsy ,Sleep disorders, Transgender psychiatric service, Infectious disorders and Adult ADHD clinics.  She is on the specialist register with GMC both for General Adult Psychiatry and Liaison Psychiatry.

She holds British Association for Psychopharmacology (BAP) Certification in Clinical Psychopharmacology.  She combines her medical treatment skills with psychological approach to provide individualised and holistic care to her patients.

Dr Malhotra organises and provides charitable mental health care and training in rural India.  She is passionate about improving mental health service provision and training in low income countries.


MD Psychiatry


Royal College of Psychiatrists
General Medical Council (on specialist register with a licence to practise, GMC no 6058957)
British Medical Association
British Neuropsychiatric Association

Consultant Psychiatrist, Adult Inpatient Psychiatry, NHS

Visiting Lecturer, Oxford Brooke’s University, Oxford

Mood disorders, including depression and bipolar disorder
Anxiety disorders, including panic disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD),
Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Psychosis including schizophrenia
Psychosomatic disorders
Psychiatric consequences of physical illnesses including chronic
medical conditions, psychological sequelae of HIV and other infectious diseases
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Sleep disorders
Neuropsychiatric disorders, including psychiatric sequelae of acquired brain injury
Movement disorders
Huntington’s disease
Adult ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder)
Personality disorders, deliberate self-harm
Stress relating to the workplace
Medico legal work

Rosenzweig I, Bhatia KP, Malhotra T, Vukadinovic Z, Scoffings DJ (2013): Neuropsychiatric Symptoms as a putative crescendo warning of a Striatocapsular infarct? The Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences 25:E39 – E43

Frame F, Thompson SA, Malhotra T, Edwards MJ, Rosenzweig I (2011): Psychogenic Myasthenia Gravis.  The Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences 23:E1

Malhotra T & Rosenzweig I (2009): Baclofen Withdrawal causes Psychosis in Clear Consciousness. The Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences 21: 476

Malhotra T & Cubbin S (2008): Assessment and Management of Acute Confusional State. The Foundation Years Journal 4(2): 50-54

Critchlow, G. & Malhotra T (2008 Sep). Brain dopamine response in human opioid addiction. British Journal of Psychiatry. http://bjp.rcpsych.org/cgi/eletters/193/1/65

Dowson JH, BlackwellAD, Turner DC, Harvey E, Malhotra T, Robbins TW & Sahakian BJ (2007): Questionnaire a\ratings of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in adults are associated with spatial working memory. European Psychiatry 22(4): 256-263

Dr Malhotra primarily covers the Oxfordshire and Wiltshire areas.  She is available on most weekends and weekdays to undertake private work.  Dr Malhotra accepts home visit requests as well as video link (Skype) and telephone consultations.

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Dr Tina Malhotra