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Dr Rashmi Chakraborty
Consultant in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Dr Chakraborty

Dr Rashmi Chakraborty

Dr Rashmi Chakraborty is a visiting child and adolescent psychiatrist at the Priory Wellbeing Centre Oxford.

Training

Dr Chakraborty graduated as a doctor in India in 1992. She moved to England in 1998 and did her entire psychiatry training here, initially in Sheffield where she qualified as a psychiatrist in 2004 and then in Oxford where she specialised as a child and adolescent psychiatrist, completing her training in 2011.

From 2011 to 2019 she has been a consultant in the Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust, of which the last four years she was the clinical lead for the Buckinghamshire Neurodevelopmental Pathway. Now she has left the NHS and works solely in the Independent Sector.

Languages

Dr Chakraborty can speak Hindi and Bengali fluently and Punjabi slightly, but is able to understand Punjabi completely.

I am a conscientious person and an experienced child and adolescent psychiatrist. I work ethically and provide a personalised yet evidence-based service to the children and young people that I see, and support them and their families, as best as I can.

I continually engage in CPD activities to enhance my knowledge base and seek feedback from my patients and their parents, as well as colleagues, in order to learn from experience and improve my practice.

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