From a young age, Dr Ravjot Kaur was gifted with the ability to listen to and understand people’s problems. Whilst at school, she was an anti-bullying counsellor working with vulnerable individuals helping them to defend and protect themselves. She had an active mind and, wanting to refine the art of attentive listening, she pursued various courses and developed her counselling skills before going to medical school at the age of 18.
During medical school, psychiatry was her primary interest and she graduated with the aim of becoming a psychiatrist. She firmly believed that medication is not always the most appropriate treatment and that other approaches can help to heal emotional traumas more effectively.
Dr Ravjot Kaur is gifted at building rapport and trust and truly understand the values and beliefs of her clients. She supports them through their difficult times and intuitively guides them towards making positive changes.
Her qualifications and skills include:
- Bachelor of Medicine
- Neuro-linguistic Programming
- Timeline Reading
- Tarot reading
- Body Language & Micro-expression Reading
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.
Dr Kaur’s recent achievements include:
- [May 2018] Sky TV Channel 755 – Director of Mental Health Matters, a TV show highlighting the importance of discussing mental health and breaking the stigma, taking live calls.
- [Since June 2018] Ongoing work with the Sikh helpline responding to phone calls from people who are experiencing a distressing life situation for which they require professional support.
- [Aug 2018] Emotional well-being workshop at children’s summer camp exploring how joy, anger, anxiety, worry and grief become physically manifested within the heart, liver, spleen and stomach.
- [Sept 2018] Invited onto the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire show alongside Professor Michael Mosely – discussing the effects of placebos.
- [Sept 2018] Participated in the Black Entertainment Film Fashion Television and Arts Awards.