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Out-patient care refers to medical treatment that does not require an overnight stay at a living care facility. This can include routine services such as checkups or visits to the clinic. We provide out-patient consultations, counselling, therapies and assessments for a variety of psychological, psychiatric and other mental healthcare & well-being services. Treatments are available for depression, bipolar disorder, OCD, drug addiction, autism, ADHD, sleep disorders, marital counseling etc.

The clinic also provides treatment for specialized populations including seniors, women, and patients with a co-existing medical disorder. Our team consists of reputed and experienced Psychiatrist, Clinical Psychologists, Counsellors and Nurseswho are trained in integrating latest techniques treatment.

Out-Patient Care is available 7 days a week.


Children and adolescents experience disorders and the world around them differently, so treatment and assessment also requires separate guidance. The same disorder can manifest itself very differently in adults and children. Worldwide 10-20% of children and adolescents experience mental disorders. Half of all mental illnesses begin by the age of 14 and three-quarters by mid-20s. Neuropsychiatric conditions are the leading cause of disability in young people in all regions. If untreated, these conditions severely influence children’s development, their educational attainments and their potential to live fulfilling and productive lives.

Our team of Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists and Psychologists, Counselors and Social Workers offers assessments, tests and interventions. We also provide Individual Therapy, Parental Guidance and Trainings, treatments for Behavioral and Emotional Problems, ADHD, Learning Disorders, Career Counseling Programs for individualized psychological profiling and developmental inputs.


As adults, many of us encounter setbacks or stress-inducing scenarios in life at one point or another. When situations like the loss of a job, a change in career, death of a loved one, divorce, or other relationship issues impact the ability to function productively, we can help. This help can be both in-patient and out-patient. We need to understand that any mental illness is normal and can be treated with the right mix of medicines and therapy.

We provide diagnostic evaluation and treatment for a range of psychiatric disorders in adults, like-

  • Bipolar and unipolar affective disorders
  • Depression
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Adjustment disorders
  • Attentional disorders
  • Sleep disorders
  • Marital and psychosexual disorders
  • Personality disorders
  • Obsessive compulsive disorder
  • Psychotic disorders like schizophrenia
  • De-addiction
  • Dementia
  • Other geriatric disorders


We offer advanced treatments for alcohol and drug addiction treatments which include detoxification, de-addiction, rehabilitation & after-care and relapse prevention strategies. The addiction recovery programs are offered as both in-patient and outpatient care, for short-stay or long-stay services.

Many people from different walks of life can struggle with addiction regardless of whether or not the risk factors are prevalent in their lives. Addiction does not discriminate. Alcohol is commonly abused due to the easy access and the lack of stigma around binge drinking and being in social events. Alcoholism is actually very common and over consumption could have serious adverse effects on health.

Drug and alcohol addictions can affect your personal relationships and make it difficult to focus on work or school. Many people have their health, finances, relationships, careers and lives turned upside down by drug addiction. When drugs are used over periods of time, the brain changes in response to prolonged exposure to those drugs. Cravings tend to get stronger and withdrawals tend to get worse. Thanks to modern day drug and alcohol treatment, the de-addiction process has improved.

Many people think that they have to reach rock bottom before they seek help. This is a common and dangerous misconception. The truth is that it is never too soon to get help. The earlier substance abusers realize they may have a problem, the quicker the chances of success. As time goes on, continued substance abuse may make recovery a much longer process. Ultimately, prevention is the best solution to addiction, but for those who are currently struggling, we are here to help.


Just like for physical illness, a blood test or imaging is done, for mental illness, psychological assessment is done. Psychological testing — also called psychological assessment — is the foundation of how psychologists better understand a person and their behavior. It is a process of problem solving for many professionals — to try and determine the core components of a person’s psychological or mental health problems, personality, IQ, or some other component. It is also a process that helps identifies not just weaknesses of a person, but also their strengths.

Some tests are used to determine IQ, others are used for personality, and still others for something else. Since so many different tests are available, it’s important to note that not all of them share the same research evidence for their use — some tests have a strong evidence base while others do not.

Psychological assessment is something that’s typically done in a formal manner only by a licensed psychologist. The duration of the test depends upon what kind of testing is being done. Testing is usually done in a psychologist’s office and consists largely of paper-and-pencil tests (nowadays often administered on a computer for ease-of-use).


Psychologists help people of all age’s live happier, healthier and more productive lives. Psychologists apply research-based techniques to help people develop more effective habits. There are several therapies, including cognitive-behavioral, psychotherapy, relapse prevention, interpersonal, among others that help people work through their problems. These work as a collaboration based on the relationship between an individual and a psychologist. A psychologist provides a supportive environment that allows you to talk openly with someone who is objective, neutral and nonjudgmental. Therapies focus on individuals, couples, families and groups.

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a short-term form of psychotherapy directed at present-time issues and based on the idea that the way an individual thinks and feels affects the way he or she behaves.The focus is on problem solving, and the goal is to change clients' thought patterns in order to change their responses to difficult situations. A CBT approach can be applied to a wide range of mental health issues and conditions. During psychotherapy, you learn about your condition and your moods, feelings, thoughts and behaviors. Psychotherapy helps you learn how to take control of your life and respond to challenging situations with healthy coping skills. Relapse Prevention Therapy is a type of cognitive-behavioral therapy, it aims to limit or prevent relapses by helping people to anticipate circumstances that are likely to provoke a relapse.

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