Krish Nath is an accomplished Practitioner, Clinical Supervisor and Lecturer with over 30 years experience in Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy practice. Currently an Independent Practitioner/Clinical Supervisor providing services from clinics in London and Surrey. Krish is an accredited member of the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP); currently serves as a Trustee Director on the Executive Board of the BABCP; and is an honourary Member of the Czech Society of KBT.
Krish works across all age groups and cultures with any clinical problem and his current areas of special interest are adults with Asperger’s syndrome, persistent and enduring depression/ bi-polar illness, obesity and related psychoses.
Educated and trained at the Institite of Psychiatry, London; University of Wales – College of Medicine and Middlesex University Krish has also completed studies in Education at the University of Surrey.
Over the years Krish has worked extensively in the NHS, setting up CBT services in Kensington and Westminster London, and Eastbourne, East Sussex. In 1992 he developed the first modularised CBT course at the Institute of Health Studies, University of Surrey . This was followed by the development of the first Post graduate diploma in CBT in Prague, Czech Republic where he led the programme of training of over 150 therapists in the Czech and Slovak Republic.
Krish is a keen cricketer and still plays regularly for Chessington and has also played for Epsom Cricket Clubs with whom he has held various positions, from team captain to Chairman, over the years.