Dr Chirag D Gorasia

Contact information

T: 07931 931 485 (hospital/secretary—private referrals *only*) or 020 3315 8484 (private patients)
E: chirag@lotusprimecare.com


Clinical Psychology


Paediatrics, Children, Adolecents and Families , Adults

Professional expertise

  • Physical Health
  • Eating and Feeding
  • Mental Health


Dr Chirag Gorasia has a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Birmingham as well as a bachelors and masters degree. He is a registered Clinician with the Heath and Care Professions Council and a Member of the British Psychological Society, Association of Clinical Psychologists and Association of Child and Adolescent Mental Health. He has over 10 years of clinical experience and has experience working with children and adolescents, families, adults and people with Learning Disabilities. He has experience in providing individual therapy, family work and group therapies for people with both physical and mental health difficulties. He believes it is important to consider evidence-based practice while still being person-centred and draws on a wide range of models including: Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Rational Emotional Behavioural Therapy, Systemic Therapy, Mindfulness, EMDR and Psychodynamic approaches. He has worked in some of the country’s top hospitals including Great Ormond Street Hospital, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital (Evelina) in both inpatient and outpatient clinics both in the NHS and privately at the world renowned Harley Street. He has also worked with community groups and charities. In addition to therapy Dr Chirag also provides supervision, reflective practice, teaching, training and consultancy. Dr Chirag is also fluent in Gujarati and can provide services in Gujarati too.

Other contributions

Contributions to the Trust/NHS/charity/advisory


BSC Psychology, MSc Applied Reasearch in Psychology, Doctorate in Clinical Psychology

GMC number

N/A HCPC - PYL31365


British Psychological Society, Association of Clinical Psychologists, Association of Child and Adolescent Mental Health

Spoken languages

English, Gujarati, Hindi