Our Facility

I. We are treating following psychiatric illness
  • Disorders During Infancy, Childhood or Adolescence
  • Delirium :- Mental Retardation, Learning disorders, Motor skill disorders. Communication disorders, Pervasive development disorders, ADHD, Tic disorders, Elimination disorder, Selective Mutism, Separation anxiety disorder.
  • Mental disorder due to General Medical Condition
  • Substance related disorder
  • Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic disorders
  • Mood disorder:- Depressive disorder and Bipolar disorder.
  • Anxiety Disorder:- GAD, Phobia, OCD, PTSD.
  • Somatoform disorder:- Somatization , Conversion, Hypochondriasis, Pain Disorder, Body Dysmorphic disorder.
  • Factitious disorder :- (Munchausen Syndrome)
  • Dissociative disorder:- Dissociative amnesia/ Fugue/Identity disorder/Depersonalization disorder.
  • Sexual and Gender Identity Disorder
  • Eating disorder :-Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa.
  • Sleep Disorders
  • Impulse Control Disorders :- Kleptomania, Pyromania, Trichotillomania Etc.
  • Adjustment disorder
  • Personality disorders :-1) Paranoid, Schizoid, Schizotypal. 2) Histrionic, Borderline, ASPD, Narcisistic. 3) Dependant, Avoidant, OCPD.
  • Paranoid Type:- Preoccupied with one or more delusion and frequent Auditory hallucinations. Classically Delusion of persecution.
  • Disorganized (Hebephrenic) :- Disinhibited or Disorganized behavior.
  • Catatonic Schizophrenia:-Marked disturbance in motor function. Characterized by, Negativism, Catatonic excitement, Waxy flexibility, Mutism. Echolalia, Echopraxia.
  • Undifferentiated type:-Can not differentiate. May get mixed presentation.
  • Residual Schizophrenia:-Absence of active symptoms but evidence of some disturbances or symptom.
  • Simple Schizophrenia :-Progressive development for a least one year of all of the following :
    1. Marked decline in occupational or academic functioning.
    2. Gradual appearance and deepening of negative symptoms such as affective flattening, alogia or avolition.
    3. Poor interpersonal Support, social isolation or social withdrawal.
  • Oneroid Schizophrenia :- Dreamlike state in which Patients is deeply perplexed and not fully oriented to time and place.
  • Pseudo neurotic Schizophrenia :- Pan anxiety , Panphobia , Pan ambivalence, Obsessions and Compulsions.
  • Early onset Schizophrenia :- Children
  • Late onset Schizophrenia :- >45 yrs.

Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is a procedure, done under general anesthesia, in which small electric currents are passed through the brain, intentionally triggering a brief seizure. ECT seems to cause changes in brain chemistry that can quickly reverse symptoms of certain mental health conditions.
ECT often works when other treatments are unsuccessful and when the full course of treatment is completed, but it may not work for everyone.
Much of the stigma attached to ECT is based on early treatments in which high doses of electricity were administered without anesthesia, leading to memory loss, fractured bones and other serious side effects.
ECT is much safer today. Although ECT may still cause some side effects, it now uses electric currents given in a controlled setting to achieve the most benefit with the fewest possible risks.

    Why it's done
    Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) can provide rapid, significant improvements in severe symptoms of several mental health conditions. ECT is used to treat:
  • Severe depression, particularly when accompanied by detachment from reality (psychosis), a desire to commit suicide or refusal to eat.
  • Treatment-resistant depression , a severe depression that doesn't improve with medications or other treatments.
  • Severe mania, a state of intense euphoria, agitation or hyperactivity that occurs as part of bipolar disorder. Other signs of mania include impaired decision-making, impulsive or risky behavior, substance abuse, and psychosis.
  • Catatonia, characterized by lack of movement, fast or strange movements, lack of speech, and other symptoms. It's associated with schizophrenia and certain other psychiatric disorders. In some cases, catatonia is caused by a medical illness.
  • Agitation and aggression in people with dementia, which can be difficult to treat and negatively affect quality of life.

Psychological test is classified into several types including intelligence test, aptitude tests, vocational tests, aptitude tests, personality tests. Psychological testing is primary used for psychological diagnosis, Job screening academic placement, identifying specific Behavior, research purposes ect. The most commonly used test is the Rorschach, TAT & MMPI Psychological Testing is Divided into four primary types.
1) Clinical Interview.
2) Assessment of Intellectual Functioning (IQ).
3) Personality Assessment.
4) Behavior Assessment.
A Psychological test used to a measure on individual’s Different Abilities.

IV. EEG (Electroencephalogram)

An EEG is a test that detects abnormalities in your brain waves, or in the electrical activity of your brain. During the procedure, electrodes consisting of small metal discs with thin wires are pasted onto your scalp. The electrodes detect tiny electrical charges that result from the activity of your brain cells. The charges are amplified and appear as a graph on a computer screen, or as a recording that may be printed out on paper. Your healthcare provider then interprets the reading. During an EEG, your healthcare provider typically evaluates about 100 pages, or computer screens, of activity. He or she pays special attention to the basic waveform, but also examines brief bursts of energy and responses to stimuli, such as flashing lights. Evoked potential studies are related procedures that also may be done. These studies measure electrical activity in your brain in response to stimulation of sight, sound, or touch.

Why is an EEG performed?

EEGs have been used since 1929 to detect problems in the electrical activity of the brain that are associated with certain brain disorders. The measurements given by an EEG are used to confirm or rule out various conditions, including:
• seizure disorders
• head injury
• encephalitis (inflammation of the brain)
• brain tumor
• encephalopathy (disease that causes brain dysfunction)
• sleep disorders
• stroke
• dementia

V. Stress Management Techniques

Treatment for stress relief usually involves a combination of methods that can include lifestyle changes

VI. Counselling

Counselling, or 'therapy' as it is commonly known, falls under the umbrella term ‘talking therapies’ and allows people to discuss their problems and any difficult feelings they encounter in a safe, confidential environment. The term can mean different things to different people, but in general, it is a process people seek when they want to change something in their lives, or simply explore their thoughts and feelings in more depth.
A counsellor, or therapist, is not there to sit you down and tell you what to do. Instead, they will encourage you to talk about what's bothering you in order to uncover any root causes and identify your specific ways of thinking. They may then look to create a plan of action to either help you reconcile your issues, or help you to find ways of coping.

VII. Hypnotism

A peculiar altered state of consciousness distinguished by certain marked symptoms, the most prominent and invariable of which are the presence of continuous alpha waves on the electroencephalograph, hypersuggestibility in the subject, a concentration of attention on a single stimulus, and a feeling of "at oneness" with the stimulus. Hypnotic states may be induced by various techniques applied to oneself or by another.
The hypnotic state may be induced in a large percentage of normal individuals, or may occur spontaneously. It is recognized as having an affinity with normal sleep, and likewise with a variety of trance-like conditions, among which may be mentioned somnambulism, ecstasy, and the trances of Hindu yogis and fakirs, and various tribal shamans. In fact, in one form or another, hypnosis has been known in practically all countries and periods of history.
Hypnotism, once classed as an occult science, has gained, though only within recent years, a definite scientific status, and no mean place in legitimate medicine. Nevertheless, its history is inextricably interwoven with occult practice, and even today much hypnotic phenomena is associated with the psychic and occult, so that a consideration of hypnotism remains a necessary component in any mature understanding of the occult world science of both our own time and the past.

VII. Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS)

When medication-based approaches to treating depression aren’t working, doctors may prescribe other treatment options, such as repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS).
This therapy involves using magnetic pulses to target specific areas of the brain. People have been using it since 1985 to relieve the intense sadness and feelings of hopelessness that can come with depression.
If you or a loved one has tried several approaches for depression treatment without success, rTMS may be an option.

VIII. Yoga & Naturopathy

Yoga therapy may be defined as the application of Yogic principles to a particular person with the objective of achieving a particular spiritual, psychological, or physiological goal.
Naturopathy is a form of healthcare that combines modern treatment with traditional methods. It includes alternative, natural therapies to modern medicine. Naturopathy focuses on Trusted Source:
the body’s capacity to heal itself
preventing health problems
a personal responsibility to optimize health
Naturopathic treatment plans focus on education and prevention. They often emphasize diet, exercise, and stress management.
Some important treatments of naturopathy are: Mud pack, Mud Bath, Spinal Bath, Spinal Spray Bath, Steam Bath, Sauna Bath, Sun Bath, Wet Sheet Pack, Chest Pack, Abdomen Pack, Magnet Therapy, Acupuncture, Acupressure, Reflexology, Physiotherapy Treatments - Exercise Therapy and Electro Therapy.

IX. Music Therapy

Music therapy involves using a person's responses and connections to music to encourage positive changes in mood and overall well-being. Music therapy can include creating music with instruments of all types, singing, moving to music, or just listening to it. Music has powerful effects on the mind.

X. Animal Therapy

Animal therapy is the use of animals to help with physical, social, emotional, or cognitive functioning.1 This is sometimes also called pet therapy, animal-assisted therapy, or pet-assisted therapy. This article will explain animal therapy, the conditions that can be treated, processes, who facilitates it, types, and more.
Animal therapy is any type of therapeutic intervention that incorporates animals.1 This may include support with physical, social, emotional, or cognitive functioning. It can be used alone or as part of a treatment plan with other interventions.

XI. Colour Therapy

What is color therapy? Also known as chromotherapy, color therapy is based on the idea that color and colored lights can help treat physical or mental health. According to this idea, they cause subtle changes in our moods and biology.