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    Just wondering-

    Has anybody had a problem with the NHS accepting/ treating a diagnosis made by a private psychiatrist/ psychologist?
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    Just wondering-

    Has anybody had a problem with the NHS accepting/ treating a diagnosis made by a private psychiatrist/ psychologist?
    I've heard of someone struggling when the diagnosis was abroad, but that's because she didn't fit the criteria for the problem as far as the NHS could tell. They can't just "accept" a diagnosis if there isn't evidence for it :no:.

    Why do you need it accepting?
 
 
 
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