Dr Torshizi sits on a number of RANZCP committees including the Membership Engagement Committee and the Examination Committee and the Binational Adult Psychiatry Faculty Committee in Western Australia, prior to relocating to Victoria.
His special clinical interests include management of depression, anxiety and ADHD manifestations and its comorbidities in adulthood. He is a practitioner who has recently developed an interest in clinical and research aspects of neuromodulation.
It is Dr Ahmad Torshizi’s ethos in clinical psychiatry to look at the patient as a person in context to their individual circumstance against the symptoms that have arisen. In doing so, Dr Torshizi works holistically, empathically, collaboratively but also “outside the box”.
It is Dr Torshizi’s goal to help patients and their families feel fully informed of their diagnostic assessment and safe and effective treatment plan options which fit their individual needs. Dr Torshizi draws on established and emerging evidence in his practice while taking into account the cultural and personal values of the patient and their support network.