Psychiatrist and Journalist






  • About

    Dr Tanveer Ahmed is an Australian based psychiatrist and author who has involvement in the media and politics. He is an elected councillor at the City of Canada Bay. He appears in various media, most commonly regular contributions to Channel 7′s Weekend Sunrise and columns in the Spectator Australia. He has previously had regular columns in national newspapers, undertaken international news stories and co-hosted a prime time gameshow. His migration memoir is titled “The Exotic Rissole.” He lives in Sydney with his wife and two daughters.

    http://www.sltm.com.au/dr-tanveer-ahmed/

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  • Psychiatry

    Dr Tanveer Ahmed is a consultant psychiatrist. He received his medical degree at the University of Sydney and trained as a psychiatrist throughout New South Wales. He is expert in the full range of mental disorders and also undertakes medico-legal work both in a civil and criminal capacity.

    A GP referral is required prior to an appointment.

    For bookings, Hills Clinic, 15-17 Memorial Avenue, Kellyville NSW.
    Ph 88670524

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  • Speaking

    Dr Tanveer Ahmed is a dynamic, broad thinking psychiatrist who also has
    experience in entertainment, journalism and politics.

    He is a psychiatrist who works in both urban and rural areas specializing
    in transcultural, adolescent, anxiety and forensic related issues in mental
    health.

    He is a published author and his memoir of migration and medical training
    is called “The Exotic Rissole”. He is a regular media commentator appearing
    across Channel 7 on Sunday Night, Daily Edition and The Morning Show. He
    has also appeared on ABC’s Q&A, 7:30 report and Lateline. He has previously
    been a columnist for the Sydney Morning Herald focusing on mental health
    and social issues.

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Gabrielle Lord, best-selling author

A terrific book here full of insight, information and highly interesting people…gives the book a warm and beating heart. This is a very important book…an insight into the fantastic variety of human responses to adversity.

Gabrielle Lord
best-selling author

Bob Carr

We are changing our view of trauma, seeking counsellors for all occasions. Tanveer’s case studies illuminate these trends. But readers will find them interesting for their own sake, stories of humanity. His book is nothing less than an account of how we live now: from Mujahideen to Mcmansions.

Bob Carr
former NSW Premier

Theodore Dalrymple

Dr Ahmed argues clearly and forcefully for a less mechanistic and bureaucratic psychiatry, which harms our culture and society as well as individuals. His book will be unwelcome in the very circles where it is most needed.

Theodore Dalrymple
UK Psychiatrist and Author

Frank Furedi

This is a fantastic read. Fragile Nation offers a compelling account of the way that culture, morality and psychology intersect and influence in- dividual behaviour in a transnational world.

Frank Furedi
author and emeritus professor of sociology at the University of Kent, United Kingdom

Bettina Arndt

Tanveer Ahmed’s Fragile Nation comes as revelation to me. I have following his writing for many years and have always been impressed by his knowledge, valuable insights and willingness to express unpopular truths. But I was riveted by his stories of the people he cares for as a psychiatrist working in Western Sydney: angry white men, alienated youth seduced by Islam, damaged refugees, the children of tiger mothers. Amazing people revealed with sensitivity and candour. Here’s to Tanveer Ahmed – Australia’s Theodore Dalrymple.

Bettina Arndt
Bettina Arndt, author and clinical psychologist
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