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Our Team of Psychiatrist Doctors

Dr Jitendra Nagpal

Dr Jitendra Nagpal

Psychiatrist
A renowned psychiatrist of Delhi, currently working as Senior Consultant Psychiatrist & Incharge, Institute of Mental Health & Life Skills Promotion, in Moolchand Medcity, New Delhi. He has been associated with some of the leading psychiatry hospitals in the country for more than 15 years. He is a member of various committees for protection and promotion of mental health of children and adolescents and is involved in health policy making. 

1 Session

2 Hours

Price After Prior Appointment Only
Dr Anmol Singh

Dr Anmol Singh

Psychiatrist
MBBS, MD in psychiatry from Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research and Dr Ram Manohar Hospital, New Delhi, Currently, he is the Head of Psychiatry department of Medanta Super Speciality Hospital, Gurugram.  He holds an experience of 7 years in medical field. His interest is in adult psychiatry, de-addiction and psycho-sexual disorders. 

1 Session

2 Hours

1500
Price per Session ₹1500
Dr Harshit Garg

Dr Harshit Garg

Psychiatrist
Consultant Neuropsychiatrist, M.B.B.S., M.D. Psychiatrist in All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi, Currently, running a Mental Health clinic providing ethical, credible and affordable services for psychiatry and de-addiction.

1 Session

2 Hours

1700
Price per Session ₹1700

The Critical Role of Psychiatry in Treating a Host of Mental Health Conditions

PsychiatryIntroduction: In the area of mental health, psychiatry is essential because it provides thorough assessment, diagnosis, and therapy for those who are dealing with a variety of psychological problems. Psychiatry offers a comprehensive approach to mental health care as a medical specialty devoted to comprehending the biological, psychological, and social elements contributing to mental diseases. The importance of psychiatry and its profound effects on various mental health issues are discussed in this note.

Understanding Psychiatry: A specialty of medicine devoted to identifying, managing, and preventing mental diseases is known as psychiatry. Medical practitioners who specialise in psychiatry receive their training as psychiatrists, giving them a thorough understanding of the complex interrelationships between the mind, brain, and behaviour. To provide complete care for people with mental health disorders, they combine clinical examinations, laboratory investigations, imaging tools, and psycho-therapeutic interventions.

Psychiatrists use a variety of diagnostic instruments and techniques to precisely evaluate mental health issues. They carry out thorough evaluations that involve psychiatric interviews, reviews of the patient’s medical and mental health histories, and the application of standardised assessment tools. Using this method, psychiatrists are able to distinguish between distinct mental health illnesses, pinpoint co-occurring diseases, and create personalised treatment plans.

Medication Treatment: The prescription and administration of psychotropic drugs is one of a psychiatrist’s main responsibilities. They are very knowledgeable about the neurobiology of mental diseases and are aware of the various ways that various drugs can be used to treat various symptoms and imbalances. Psychiatrists collaborate extensively with patients to choose the best pharmaceutical regimen, assess its efficacy, and change dosages as necessary. In psychiatry, medication management aids in symptom relief, mood stabilisation, and enhanced overall performance.

Psychiatrists have expertise in identifying and managing a wide range of psychiatric diseases. Psychiatry covers illnesses like depression, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Psychiatrists can create individualised treatment regimens that may include medication, psychotherapy, and other therapies to meet each patient’s specific needs by having a thorough grasp of these diseases.

Collaboration with Psychotherapy:

Although medication management plays a big role in psychiatry, psychiatrists frequently work with psychotherapists to offer holistic care for those with mental health disorders. To support psychological well-being, psychotherapy, often known as talk therapy, focuses on examining emotions, thoughts, and behaviours. Psychotherapists with expertise in various modalities, such as cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT), psychodynamic therapy, or dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT), may be recommended by psychiatrists to patients. Psychiatrists offer a comprehensive approach to treatment that addresses both biological and behavioural facets of mental health by combining medication management with psychotherapy.

Treatment-resistant situations: Psychiatrists are particularly adept at handling treatment-resistant situations, in which patients do not sufficiently benefit from conventional therapies. They are skilled in researching non-conventional treatment choices, including enhancing current regimens or taking into account cutting-edge methods like electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) or transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS). To create individualised and successful treatment plans, psychiatrists work closely with patients, taking into account elements including treatment history, hereditary predispositions, and co-occurring disorders.

Collaboration with Multidisciplinary Teams: Psychiatrists very often collaborate with psychologists, social workers, nurses, and other healthcare professionals as part of multidisciplinary teams. With this cooperative approach, comprehensive care that takes into account the different requirements of people with mental health issues are ensured. These teams foster a supportive atmosphere for people by exchanging knowledge, skills, and viewpoints, which helps to improve treatment outcomes and general wellbeing.

In conclusion, psychiatry is crucial for the detection, management, and treatment of various mental health
conditions. Especially, in chronic and severe cases, people must visit a psychiatrist for treatment.