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Dr Kate Worsdall
Consultant General Adult Psychiatrist

Dr Kate Worsdall

Kate Worsdall left NHS medicine in 2007 and subsequently set up a private practice.  Now she sees out-patients in various settings and her in-patient practice is at The Priory Hospital Hayes Grove. 

Dr Worsdall treats most general adult psychiatry mental health conditions such as: depression; post natal depression; anxiety; post traumatic stress; alcohol misuse; OCD; bipolar, affective disorder; and schizophrenia. 

She is able to see people generally within 24-hours, and works Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Her secretary can always be contacted from Monday to Friday between the hours of 9.00am and 5.00pm.

Training

Dr Kate Worsdall trained at Bristol University and first started training in psychiatry following her house jobs.

She joined a training scheme in Ascot and Slough and then went on to join the Charing Cross Hospital rotation scheme before becoming a Specialist Registrar within the Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital Rotation. She trained in numerous posts including substance misuse and also a post in forensic psychiatry alongside treating general conditions in general adult psychiatry.

Following accreditation, Dr Kate Wosdall worked within the Penge and Bromley area as a Consultant Psychiatrist and after children moved to work near Guildford, doing both general adult psychiatry and looking after the Intensive Care Unit and also the Community Forensic Services.

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