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"Mental health is more important than education. Better to have a degree of sanity than just a degree! "

Our management depends on your individual needs and desires. Many times psychotherapy alone may accomplish the therapeutic goals. In many cases also adding psycho-tropics may accomplish a higher level of recovery. We guide our clients through the treatment process and strive to provide psychoeducational resources to increase adherence and minimize potential risks and side effects.
We provide a holistic treatment for all the mental health problems, including the ones described below:


Anxiety Disorders

Anxiety is a feeling that comes and goes, but if your feelings of anxiety are persistent, extreme, last longer, and are interfering with your life, this is when you may have an anxiety disorder Common signs and symptoms of anxiety disorders are:

  • ​Feeling of fear, uneasiness, panic, or danger

  • ​Inability to concentrate​

  • Rapid heart palpitations, trembling, sweating, numbness, or tingling hands or feet

  • Not being able to stay calm and still



It involves a persistently sad mood, lack of energy, or loss of interest in activities leading to a variety of emotional and physical problems that can affect an individual's daily functioning. Some of the common signs and symptoms of depression are:

  • Persistent sad mood

  • Loss of interest or decreased energy

  • Feelings of excessive guilt or remorse

  • Feelings of hopelessness, worthlessness, or helplessness

  • Thoughts of ending life or killing oneself

  • Sleep problems, loss of appetite, sexual problems

  • Lack of concentration and memory problems

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Stress-related disorders

Stress is a normal reaction to day-to-day pressures, but can become unhealthy when it disturbs your functioning. Long-term stress or high levels of stress may lead to mental and physical health problems. Some of the common signs of stress are: 

  • Sleep disturbances

  • Difficulty concentrating, relaxing, and making decisions

  • Lack of confidence and irritability

  • Muscle tension and pain

  • Low energy

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Sleep Disorders

Sleep disorders are the conditions wherein the individual has difficulty or is unable to sleep well. It affects one’s sleep quality, duration, and amount of sleep which can disturb daily functioning and overall wellbeing. These also include abnormal behaviors in sleep like sleep talking, sleepwalking, etc. Many factors can contribute to sleep disorders like poor sleep habits, stress, mental health illness like anxiety and depression, alcohol consumptions, medications, etc.


Addiction Disorder
(Substance abuse)

Usage of an excessive amount of alcohol, drugs (cannabis, marijuana), and other substances like cigarettes, tobacco in a way that negatively affects oneself and others. Common signs and symptoms of addiction are:

  • Craving - having a strong desire or urge to drink

  • Inability to stop drinking or using drugs

  • Neglecting alternate pleasurable activities and pre-occupied with only and only alcohol/drugs consumption

  • Physical withdrawal symptoms after stopping consumption


Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

OCD is a mental illness in which a person has recurring or repeated unwanted thoughts (obsessions) or has an urge to do an act over and over again (compulsions) until they feel satisfied. Following are the common symptoms of OCD: 

  • Checking - repetitive checking of locks, light switches, or appliances

  • Contamination - washing hands household utensils/clothes repetitively or cleaning oneself again and again

  • Ordering or symmetry - Having an urge to keep things in order or the need to line up everything like books, clothes, and so on

  • Ruminations and intrusive thoughts - repetitive thoughts that might be violent, sexual, blasphemous, or disturbing.

Psychosomatic Disorders

Psychosomatic Disorders

It is characterized by long-standing and fluctuating physical symptoms, which cannot be explained by any general medical condition. Even when there is no serious condition diagnosed the individual continuously seeks medical care. 

  • Constant worry about illness

  • Chronic symptoms of chest pain, body aches, stomach upsets, burning sensations of limbs, headache, etc.

  • Viewing normal physical sensations as a sign of severe physical illness or harmful.

  • Repeatedly checking your body for abnormalities

  • Frequent health care visits that don't relieve your concerns or that make them worse

Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar Disorder

In bipolar disorder, there is a shift between two mood extremes. One might have very high moods (called manic episodes) and very low moods (called depressive episodes).
The episodes (manic or depressive) last for weeks to months together. The illness is usually episodic with multiple episodes in a lifespan.



Schizophrenia is a psychotic condition characterized by distortions of thinking, emotions, and perception which affects one’s behavior.
Common signs include undue suspicion, thoughts of being followed, persecuted by others, hearing voices not heard by others, aggressive behavior, self-absorbed behavior, etc.


Dementia is a problem of old age. Dementia is characterized by severe loss memory and other brain functions. Patients with dementia forget day to day things, they have poor attention, concentration, and often behave abnormally.

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