English speaking psychiatrist in Valencia, Spain

Psychiatry deals with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mental health conditions. Psychiatrists are Medical Doctors who have gone on to specialise in Psychiatry. They deal with problems such as anxiety, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression and bipolar disorder.

Our Psychiatrist, Dr Grau-Escriva diagnoses and treats any psychiatric disorder. She works with study abroad students, foreign employees, retirees, veteran services and other expats. Dr Grau-Escriva prides herself on being able to adapt to the specific needs of her patients. Her focus is to always deliver personalised assessments and to find treatment plans that will make a meaningful change in my patients’ wellbeing. She is also able to help patients navigate international health and insurance systems. Previously Dr Grau-Escriva worked in the National Health Service (NHS) in the United Kingdom and is fluent in English, Spanish, Portuguese and Italian.


Dr Grau-Escriva is offering a online videoconference appointments. If you cannot or prefer not to travel for a face to face appointment, this can be a suitable option. A face to face appointment may be required at a later time. Contact us to book your online appointment.


COVID-19 Update: During the current situation with the Coronavirus, My Medica aims to continue to provide care for its patients. We will be encouraging video call appointments to reduce face to face contact and unnecessary travel until the situation improves.

Our psychiatrists

Dr Mar Grau Escriva

MD Psychiatrist

Dra. Mar Grau Psiquiatra Valencia

Our clinical rooms

Bipolar disorder is a mood disorder involving extreme swings of mood from mania to depression (highs and lows). Everyone’s experience of bipolar disorder is different.

Symptoms include:

Some people have more depressive episodes, while others have more manic ones. Sometimes a manic episode involves a mixture of depressive features. This is known as a mixed episode. Some people have long periods of stability between episodes, while others experience them more frequently. The duration and severity of the episodes also differs from person to person.