Dr. Rhoanna McNeill is a Specialist Psychiatrist who is passionate about your recovery.
Dr. McNeill provides focussed, considerate and comprehensive assessment and works with both the pharmacology and psychotherapy approaches. She ensures her recommendations are safe, ethical and evidence-based. She makes sure you are always involved in drawing up your individualised treatment plan and works with your GP to achieve the best outcomes. Dr McNeill is dedicated to improving mental health holistically, combining the biological, psychological and social aspects.
Dr. McNeill has over 15 years of experience working in psychiatry throughout Perth, Canberra and regional Australia. She has worked in various roles within public health, especially busy community mental health centres and emergency departments. She has a range of skills and experience to enable her to manage the full range of mental health problems from stress through to severe and enduring mental illness. She has completed additional training in alcohol and substance interventions, CBT, DBT, cultural competence, neurodevelopmental disorders, and medicolegal/expert witness examination.
Dr. McNeill has wide networks throughout the metropolitan and country areas to ensure you receive the best care to maximise your recovery. She is an accredited Principal Supervisor for the RANZCP, and has completed Mental Health Act training. She is an Accredited Member of the RANZCP Faculty of Adult Psychiatry and Member of Sections for Leadership & Management; Private Practice Psychiatry; Rural Psychiatry; Social, Cultural & Rehabilitation Psychiatry; and Psych. Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities.
Dr. McNeill is the Clinical Director of Melville Clinic and an Alumni of the University of Western Australia and the University of Sydney. She has qualifications in Biochemistry, Medicine and Psychiatry, registered with RANZCP and AHPRA.
What is a Psychiatrist
Psychiatrists are medical doctors trained to diagnose and treat mental illness and emotional problems. They have undergraduate medical qualifications with postgraduate medical training and psychiatric qualifications. They review your physical and mental health symptoms and investigations to formulate the how and why this has happened. This ensures an holistic approach embracing the biology and psychology of your condition and the body-mind interface.
Psychiatrists can prescribe medications, and provide psychological treatments, practical suggestions and lifestyle advice, as part of the treatment plan. They have met rigorous standards, in theoretical, practical and ethical domains. They are driven to improve the lives of their patients and their families.