Dr Chetna Kang
- Bulimia nervosa
- Anorexia nervosa
- Other Specified Feeding or Eating Disorders (OSFED)
- Binge eating disorder (BED)
- Technology addiction
- Gambling addiction
- Dual diagnosis
- Drug addiction
- Personality disorders
- Sleep disorders
- Perinatal mental health
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Suicidal thoughts and feelings
- Psychosexual difficulties
- Bipolar disorder
- Anger problems
- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
- Behavioural addictions
- Medically Unexplained Symptoms (MUS)
- Treatment-resistant depression (TRD)
- Dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT)
- Well-being therapies
- Eating disorder treatment
- Addiction treatment
- Cognitive behavioural therapy
- Interpersonal therapy (IPT)
- Drama therapy
- Art therapy
- Cognitive analytic therapy (CAT)
- Integrative Psychiatry
- Alpha Stim
- Transpersonal Psychotherapy
Professional qualifications, accreditations and memberships
- MB BS
- Executive Committee RCPsych Spirituality and Psychiatry SiG
Dr Chetna Kang qualified as a medical doctor from Imperial College Medical School and went on to specialise in psychiatry with the London Deanery. She has over 20 years of experience in diagnosing and treating mental health problems, both in the NHS and private sector.
Dr Kang is based at Nightingale Hospital near the famous Abbey Road studios and Harley Street, London working with high profile celebrities and politicians.
With an Integrative approach to psychiatry, she brings together the best of cutting-edge medicine, psychotherapy, and effective holistic mental health treatments.
Dr Kang is passionate about raising awareness about mental health and reducing stigma and broadcasts on the subject for the BBC – with over 200 million listens. Dr Kang conducts seminars on whole person-centred care and is regularly published in books, journals, and magazines.
For two consecutive years, Dr Kang was a finalist for the Royal College of Psychiatrists Public Educator of the Year Award. Dr Kang is on the Executive Committee for the Royal College of Psychiatrists Spirituality in Psychiatry SiG and previously served on the Royal College of Psychiatrists Public Engagement Editorial Board.
There are a few common misconceptions about mental health problems that may have already delayed you seeking help. Perhaps you have held off because you are worried about stigma and being stuck with a label. Maybe it’s because others have told you that mental illness is incurable and lifelong. Well, none of the above has to be true. In fact, most mental health problems are transient and easy to treat especially if you get help as soon as possible. And with the right care, future episodes can be prevented.
Dr Kang’s approach involves getting to know you as a whole person and how your challenges may be presenting in this context. So many aspects of our life can affect our mental health so there is never a one size fits all solution. However, by working with you to find out what’s important to you, together you can find a treatment programme that suits your needs and helps turn a crisis into a catalyst for positive transformation.
Dr Kang looks forward to serving you.
Additional information about research, publications and interests
Dr Kang is passionate about raising awareness about mental health and reducing stigma and broadcasts on the subject for the BBC, and other reputable mainstream media outlets.
Dr Kang conducts seminars on whole person-centred care and is regularly published in books, journals and magazines.
Recent media includes:
- Buzzfeed UK: 9 Very Real Struggles That Your New Mum Friend Might Be Experiencing (And How You Can Help)
- BBC News: Keeping your screen time healthy
- BBC News: ‘I was addicted to exercise’
- The Telegraph: The secret to better sex, sleep, stress and fitness in your 60s
- The Telegraph: The secret to better sex, sleep, stress and fitness in your 40s
- Huffington Post: InstaDebt: How Instagram Is Causing Young People To Spend, Spend, Spend
Her special interests include spirituality and mental health, Medically Unexplained Symptoms (MUS) and mental disorders related to chronic physical health problems.