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Specialties

Psychiatry
Child Psychiatry
Sexual Medicine
Child Psychology
Psychology

Diseases

Dementia
Schizophrenia
Phobia
Depression
Bipolar Disorder
Stress
Personality Disorder

Psychiatric Services

Medications
Therapy
Sexual Medicine
Child Psychology
Psychology

ADULTS

Adulthood problems
Diagnosis in adults
Treatment paradigms
Adult group sessions

CHILDREN

Childhood problems
Diagnosis in children
Treatment strategies
Children’s workshops

Corporate Training

Custom designed training workshops backed by powerful researched therapies ensures optimum efficacy, long term results and value for money.

About us

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Dr B. Rajshekhar finished MBBS in 1994. He did his post graduation in psychiatry from the prestigious Christian Medical College, Vellore; and Institute of Mental Health (Government Hospital for Mental Care), Department of Psychiatry, Osmania Medical College, Hyderabad. He has over 12 years of experience as psychiatrist. He is currently working as Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Gandhi Medical College and Hospital, Secunderabad, which is teaching post, and has good clinical, academic and research experience. He employs patient (person centred / client centred approach) in his practice.

Who is a psychiatrist?
A psychiatrist is basically a medical doctor (MBBS), who specializes in the field of mental health. He is medico-legally qualified and authorized to evaluate and treat psychiatric patients. He employs various modalities of treatment such as pharmacotherapy (prescribing medicines), various forms of psychotherapy, counselling, family therapy, etc. The scope of psychiatry has widened within past few years. We do not just manage ‘abnormal behaviour’, but also problems of day to day life such as emotional reaction to stressful life events, academic problems, interpersonal problems, sexual problems, etc. He also manages mental health issues which may crop up during the course of medical disorders such as diabetes mellitus, Thyroid disorders, HIV/AIDS, cancers, etc.