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Dr. BasseM Badr

Consultant Psychiatrist

About

Dr. Bassem Hamed Mohamed Badr is an Assistant Professor, Board Certified Consultant Psychiatrist, Member and Fellow of American Psychiatric Association, with more than 25 years of experience. He graduated from Alexandria University in 1993 with MBBch in Medicine, he then went to complete further education with a Diploma of Psychiatry and Addiction Practice(WHO), Master of Science in Neuropsychiatry, Diploma in Mental Health, Diploma in Hospital Administration and then ultimately received his Medical Doctorate and PhD in Psychiatry in 2008 at University of Suez Canal in Egypt.

He was honored by the attainment of American Psychiatric Association Membership in 2014 followed by the International Fellowship in 2017.

He is an excellent and spectacular expert in the field of adult and adolescence psychiatry especially in treating personality, mood, depression, anxiety, sleeping and eating disorders. Additionally, diagnosis and management of early psychosis.

 

Moreover, he is licensed as an Aviation Consultant Psychiatrist and he has long experience in management  of different kinds of addiction disorders . He adopts an approach that is based on a combination of the psyche, the soma, and the spirit through both scientific and philosophical overviews.

Not only has Dr. Bassem worked in Senior Roles in Hospitals in Dubai, Kuwait, and Egypt, but he has also been a Lecturer and Professor at several Educational Institutes, a peer speaker and coordinator for various addiction treatment programs. He has contributed to scientific research in a number of medical journals. He is a talented writer in the field of social and psychological problems and has had many publications in reputable newspapers and magazines.

 

 

Areas of Specialization

  • Depression

  • Grief

  • Adjustment disorders

  • Sleeping and eating disorders

  • Panic attacks and anxiety disorder

  • Obsessive compulsive disorders

  • Schizophrenia

  • Personality disorders

  • Substance use and drug addiction

  • Marital and sexual disorders

  • Manic depressive disorder

  • Dementia

  • Cognitive disorders

  • Memory disturbance

  • Phobias

  • Bipolar diseases