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Dr Lim Boon Leng / Dr BL Lim (Psychiatrist Singapore) is a Medical Doctor in private practice who specialises in Psychiatry and treats youth, adults and the elderly. He has special interests in depression and other mood and anxiety disorders as well as ADHD in children, Adult ADHD and youth psychiatry. He has experience helping international and expatriate patients. His practice is located in Gleneagles Medical Center / Gleneagles Hospital (Singapore). He is known to be an approachable, reassuring and good-natured psychiatrist. He recommends a consultative and collaborative approach between the doctor and the patient as he believes this to be the best way for you to achieve a good recovery and wellness in your mental health.
He was trained in the Institute of Mental Health, Singapore where he was the Director of the Ministry of Health’s GP Partnership Programme for Mental Health. In 2010, he joined Khoo Teck Puat Hospital (KTPH) and was a consultant psychiatrist with the Department of Psychological Medicine before commencing private practice. In KTPH, on top of adult mood and anxiety clinics, he also ran the Uniformed Services Performance clinic (a collaboration with SAF Psychological Care Centre) and is experienced with seeing youths who have difficulties coping with full-time national service.
In 2011, he received the Healthcare Manpower Development Plan award and completed his HMDP Honorary Fellowship in youth psychiatry with Orygen Youth Health, a world renowned centre for early intervention of psychiatric disorders in Melbourne Australia.
He co-authored the Singapore National Clinical Practice Guideline for Bipolar Disorder to help clinicians with best practices and was a member of the Professional Advisory Committee Depression and Anxiety subgroup at MOH.
Dr Lim is also the co-author of Handbook of Common Mental Illnesses in Singapore (ISBN 978-981-4315-33-3), a layman’s guide to mental illnesses.