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Mental health

Compassionate mental health support, backed by science

We offer clinical evaluation and effective long-term treatment for a wide range of psychiatric conditions and mental health disorders. The department of mental health & behavioural sciences is led by a team of skilled and compassionate psychiatrists who are recognised leaders in their field. The team offers clinically reliable emotional and psychological care to children, adolescents and adults in a safe and comfortable environment.

Our services
Our services

Clinical psychiatry

Clinical psychiatry deals with the prevention, diagnosis and management of mental health disorders. Common conditions treated by psychiatry include anxiety, depression, phobias, post-traumatic stress disorder and eating disorders.

Counselling & psychotherapy

Counselling and psychotherapy are two methods to examine and treat mental health problems. In counselling, a patient usually talks to a trained therapist about their concerns while psychotherapy involves other creative methods such as art, movement & music along with talking.

Relaxation techniques

Relaxation techniques are guided methods that allow individuals to relieve stress and develop better coping methods. These techniques include visualisation, deep breathing, progressive muscle relaxation, meditation, aromatherapy, biofeedback and hydrotherapy.

Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)

Cognitive behavioural therapy is a tool to treat disorders like depression and PTSD. It is a type of psychotherapy in which a mental health expert helps an individual to manage their symptoms, learn coping mechanisms, resolve conflict and overcome trauma through one-on-one sessions.
Why choose us?
Why choose us?

Highlights of the department:
  • Renowned team of clinical psychiatrists
  • Rehabilitation for chronic mental illness
  • Range of treatment alternatives
  • Friendly and comfortable environment
Our psychiatrists
Our psychiatrists
Patient testimonials
Patient testimonials
FAQs
FAQs

Common mental health issues include anxiety disorders, behavioural disorders, bipolar affective disorder, borderline personality disorder, depression, eating disorders and obsessive compulsive disorder.

You can cope by eating nutritious meals, limiting your intake of alcohol and caffeine, drinking plenty of water, exercising and practising meditation. 

Common signs of depression may include a consistent feeling of sadness, loss of interest in activities that you even like, loss of appetite and changes in sleep.