Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
People with PTSD can have insomnia, flashbacks, low self-esteem, and a lot of painful or unpleasant emotions. You might constantly relive the event or lose your memory of it altogether. The symptoms of this disorder are triggered by the mind’s natural response to protect us in dangerous or painful situations. This makes it very hard for the symptoms to leave. When you have PTSD, it might feel like you’ll never get your life back but it can be treated.
Rapid Transformational Therapy™ (RTT™) will help you review the traumatic events and change the meaning that your subconscious mind has attached to the events. This award-winning technique uses a blend of hypnosis, cognitive behavioural therapy and neuroscience to change the neural pathways in the brain that store painful emotions and install powerful, loving beliefs into the subconscious mind.
An accomplished family doctor and an alumna of University College London and Glasgow University, Dr Kiran Bindra is the first port of call for all medical concerns. Beyond general medicine, she has specific knowledge in the fields of dermatology and psychiatry....Read more
March 2017 – Present
Jumeirah English Speaking Schools, Dubai
September 2013 – October 2015
Southern Glasgow, Scotland
August 2009 – August 2013
Southern General Hospital, Glasgow
Membership of Learned Bodies
Royal College of General Practitioners
Grants & Prizes
BSc Clinical Medicine – Cardiovascular Studies
Jan 2010 ‘Nontraumatic Isolated Acute Thumb Ischemia’ Tayyem R, Bindra K. Journal of Hand Surgery: European Volume 2010 Jan;35(1): 75-6.
Jun 2008 ‘Heterochromic fundi in Diabetes’ Bindra K, Ghosh S, Krishnapriya R, et al. A Journal of the American Diabetes Association: Diabetes- Abstract Book. 68th Scientific Sessions, Friday, June 6 – Tuesday June 10 2008
Dec 2006 ‘Abnormal Haemoglobin Levels in Acute Coronary Syndromes. Bindra K, Berry C, Rogers J, N. Stewart, M. Watts, J. Christie, S.M. Cobbe and H. Eteiba. Quarterly Journal of Medicine 2006 Dec; 99(12):851-62.’
Mar 2006 ‘Haemoglobin Levels in Acute Coronary Syndromes: A Hospital Cohort Study. Bindra K, Berry C, Rogers J, N. Stewart, M. Watts, J. Christie, S.M. Cobbe and H. Eteiba. Cardiac Catheterization and Intervention.’