Cognitive Behavioural Therapist
Accredited Cognitive Behavioural Therapist (CBT) with over ten years’ experience of working within a range of NHS mental health services in London and the West Midlands in treating depression, anxiety disorders and trauma in adults and children by way of delivering effective treatment and providing evidence-based procedures.
Counselling Psychologist and registered member of the BACP
Jaspreet Tehara has seven years of experience working with people with complex mental health needs in the NHS and privately. He has worked with people looking to explore issues such as Anxiety, Bipolar affective disorder, Depression, Divorce, Grief (current and historical), Historical child sexual abuse, Masculinity, Narcissistic personality, Psychosis, Relationships, Self-harm (current and historical) and Stress.
Address: Milton Keynes
Seva, Sangat, Simran and Ardas are Dr Ravjot Kaur’s motto. Dr Ravjot Kaur is registered with the General Medical Council and the Royal College of Psychiatrists. Her varied experience includes working within the NHS, the private sector, with charities and individuals.
Some of her more specialised experience includes palliative care, forensic psychiatry at Broadmoor Hospital, child and adolescent services in Hammersmith and Fulham, and work at the Priory Gender Identity Clinic.
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