Dr. Javier Quintero

Consultant Psychiatrist

Consulting Times:

Mondays 10.00 - 13.00 & Thursdays 16.00 - 18.00


Consultation Fee: £200.
Fees for specific treatments vary, please contact our team for further details.

All our practitioners are independent self-employed professionals, fully registered and privately insured. College Clinic Ltd. accepts no liability for any of the practitioners working from its premises and/or their professional practice. Please make an enquiry at our Reception Desk or email us to info@collegeclinic.gi for further details.


Dr. Javier Quintero is a Consultant Psychiatrist who has worked with adults and children/adolescents in both the UK and Spain. Having graduated from the University of Seville, Dr. Javier Quintero is qualified in both medicine and surgery and has also completed his speciality as a Mental Health Psychiatrist at the University of Cordoba.

Additionally, Dr. Quintero has a Masters in in Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist from C.E.U. University San Pablo and will be providing a host of different service at the College Clinic.

– Anxiety
– Bipolar affective disorder (Maniac and Depressive episode)
– Cyclothymia
– Depression
– Eating disorder – Other
– Grief & bereavement
– Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
– Panic attacks & panic disorder
– Personality disorders (Cluster A, B and C)
– Phobias
– Post-natal depression
– Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) / Trauma
– Schizophrenia and other psychosis
– Seasonal affective disorder
– Self-Harm
– Stress
– Adaptive Disorders
– Behavioural disorders secondary to neurological pathologies (Alzheimer’s disease, Huntington etc.)
– Sleep disorders
– Substance abuse or dependence
– Treatment resistant depression
– Parenting difficulties

Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist:
– Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders (ADHD)
– Autistic Spectrum Disorder
– Emotional Disorder (oppositional defiant disorder, learning and conduct disorder)
– Phobias
– Affective Disorder (Depression and Bipolar)
– Neurodevelopmental Disorders (learning disability, intellectual disability)
– Anxiety
– Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
– Tourette’s Syndrome
– Low self-esteem
– Relationship difficulties
– Sleep disorders
– Substance abuse or dependence
– Bullying


and the ones you love with whatever your healthcare needs and requirements are.