Dr Kishore Chandiramani is a renowned psychiatrist based in London and Staffordshire with over 35 years of experience as a psychiatrist. He specialises in treating anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder and phobias among many other psychiatric conditions. He also sees patients for psychotherapy sessions.
He received the prestigious Gaskell Gold Medal and Prize for Clinical Excellence in 2002 from the Royal College of Psychiatrists. Dr Chandiramani works for the Ministry of Justice as a medial member of the metal health tribunals and also for the Care Quality Commission as a Second Opinion Appointed Doctor.
He has been involved in academic psychiatry for over 16 years in various teaching capacities across countries, including as a lecturer, assistant professor and associate professor.
Mr Chandiramani utilises a variety of approaches to therapy, such as cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), inter-personal therapy, relationship counselling, biofeedback therapy (computer assisted stress management), existential psychotherapy and mindfulness meditation.
He recently published a book “Emotions and Stress: How to Manage Them” which is available to buy on Amazon, and has contributed articles to various international scientific journals.