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We recognize the value of both physical and mental wellness in our psychiatry department. For this reason, we provide a comprehensive range of services, such as medication management, psychotherapy, and group therapy. From young children to senior citizens, we treat patients of all ages, and each patient receives a unique treatment plan.

Our psychiatrists are specialists in the identification and management of mental health conditions, including schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, and anxiety. Each patient’s individual needs and goals are taken into the account and treatment plans are developed in close collaboration with them.


Services Offered

Diagnosis and assessment

Psychiatrists employ a range of techniques to identify mental problems and illnesses. To ascertain the kind and scope of the issue, they might carry out interviews, give psychological exams, and examine medical records.

Medication management

Psychiatrists are able to recommend pharmaceuticals to treat mental diseases such depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and ADHD. They can alter drug dosages and keep an eye out for negative side effects in patients.


Different types of psychotherapy, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, interpersonal therapy, and psychodynamic therapy, can be offered by psychiatrists to investigate and treat psychological and emotional problems.

Crisis intervention

In case of a mental health emergency, psychiatrists can provide immediate intervention and support to stabilize the patient and prevent harm to themselves or others.

Family Therapy

Working with families to improve communication, settle disputes, and address issues that lead to a family member's mental health condition are all parts of family therapy. It can be especially beneficial in situations involving teenagers or when a person's wellbeing is impacted by familial interactions.

Treatment for Substance Abuse

Many psychiatric units provide services for people who have co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders. This may entail counselling, medication-assisted therapy, and assistance in obtaining and sustaining sobriety.

Psychiatry Specialists

Why Choose Us

Why choose us?

  • We offer a full range of psychological services for adults, including consultation with physicians, other health professionals, educators, social service agencies and attorneys
  • Our focus is on clinical neuropsychology and consultation-liaison psychology
  • We treat patients with a variety of conditions like memory disorders, cognitive impairment due to brain injury or neurological disease, emotional and behavioral disorders, relationship problems, stress-related disorders, learning disabilities and attention-deficit disorder, problems adhering to medical treatment regimens, problems adjusting to chronic illness and alcohol and other substance abuse


Psychiatry is dedicated to the identification, management, and prevention of mental, emotional, and behavioural disorders. Psychiatrists are physicians with a focus on mental health. They assess patients, make mental health diagnoses, provide prescriptions for drugs, and offer several types of therapy, including psychotherapy.

It may be helpful to get help from a psychiatrist if you are suffering from considerable distress or impairment in your everyday life as a result of mental, emotional, or behavioural difficulties. Consistent feelings of despair or hopelessness, excessive anxiety or worry, trouble concentrating, changes in eating or sleep habits, thoughts of self-harm or suicide, and drug misuse issues are common indications that may point to the need for psychiatric examination.

A variety of mental health disorders can be diagnosed and treated by psychiatrists. Depression, anxiety disorders (including social anxiety disorder, panic disorder, and generalized anxiety disorder), bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), obsessive-compulsive, disorder (OCD), and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are a few of the most prevalent illnesses they treat.

The psychiatrist will often perform an initial evaluation during your first appointment to learn more about your symptoms, medical background, and personal history. They might inquire about your present worries, your previous experiences with mental illness, any drugs you’re taking, and your family’s history of mental health issues. If required, they may also request laboratory testing or conduct a physical exam. The psychiatrist will make a diagnosis and go over treatment options with you based on this evaluation.

Yes, maintaining patient privacy is of utmost importance. To protect the privacy and confidentiality of your personal information, our psychiatry professionals follow stringent ethical and legal rules. Except in cases where there is a threat to your safety or the safety of others, information disclosed during sessions is handled with the highest discretion.

Psychotherapy (talk therapy), cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT), group therapy, and family therapy are some of the therapeutic options available at our psychiatry department. Without necessarily relying on medicine, these therapies place a strong emphasis on enhancing coping mechanisms, thinking processes, and emotional control.

Yes, long-term care and follow-up consultations with our psychiatrists and therapists can be scheduled based on your needs. Your unique disease, treatment progress, and treatment objectives will all influence how long it takes.

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