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Psychiatrists in Kurla West & nearby areas in Mumbai, 6 Results

Kohinoor Hospital

800

Next available - Thursday 10:00 am - 11:00 am

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Dr. Nahid Dave

11 years of experience

M.D. (Psychiatry), REBT Certification for counselling in Child,Adolescent and Adult, Diploma in Psychiatry, MBBS

Psychiatrist

Addiction Psychiatrist

Adolescent And Child Psychiatrist

  • Therapy using Transactional Analysis in 2017.
  • Consultant Psychaitrist at Kulhari Specialty Counselling and Consultancy.
  • Member of Bombay Psychiatrist Society.
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Dr. Chetan Lokhande

11 years of experience

M.D. (Psychiatry), DNB - Psychiatry, MBBS

Psychiatrist

Forensic Psychiatrist

Neuropsychiatrist

Addiction Psychiatrist

Geriatric Psychiatrist

Adolescent And Child Psychiatrist

  • Uttrakhand data & Study Published in American Journal of Psychiatry in 2015.
  • Residential Doctor at Lokmanya Tilak Municipal Medical College.
  • Member of Indian Psychiatric Society.
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Dr. Aditi Chandrashekhar Acharya

8 years of experience

M.D. (Psychiatry)

Psychiatrist

  • Presented an Award Paper in Gujarat Psychiatric Society Conff. on Study of Fears in Adoloscents in 2012.
  • Consultant at Dr. Aditi Acharya's 'Manasaukhya' Clinic ( Advanced Diabetes & Asthma Care).
  • Member of Indian Psychiatric Society.
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Aryan Hospital & Medical Centre

700

Next available - Thursday 5:15 pm - 7:00 pm

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Dr. Anjali Karira

12 years of experience

M.D. (Psychiatry), MBBS

Psychiatrist

  • 1st Prize at Bombay Psychiatric in 2010.
  • Honorary Psychiatrist at Shatabdi BMC Hospital, Govandi.
  • Member of Indian Psychiatric Society.
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Dr. Nithin Kondapuram

10 years of experience

MSc - Epidemiology, Diploma in Psychiatry, MBBS

Psychiatrist

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Dr. Nitish Machewad

Dr. Nitish Machewad

9 years of experience

MBBS

Psychiatrist

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Questions & Answers on "Psychiatrist" (13)

I've had this issue for a long time; the notion of having sex with my family members crosses my mind, and even though I know it's not ethically proper, I can't stop myself. Even the notion that the person with whom I want to have sex wants to have sex with me occurs to me. As a result, I've been into a lot of difficulty. I am always depressed.

Asked anonymously on 23rd June, 2022 at 3:27 pm
As you said things are not ethically right, so it's always better to drop a task that will create problems in future and even difficulties in the family... 

counselling therapy is required.. 

You can also contact me on my private chat or directly in my clinic. We can send you the medicines by courier.
My website: www.kavakalpinternational.com

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Dr. Arun Kumar

How to overcome agoraphobia

Asked anonymously on 31st March, 2022 at 5:56 pm

Consult psychiatrist and start medications and behavior therapy 

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Dr. Ketan Parmar

How to reduce adrenaline anxiety?

Asked anonymously on 17th March, 2022 at 5:30 pm

The inner glands produce adrenaline. Adrenaline is also known as the “fight-or-flight hormone.” It's released in response to a stressful, exciting, dangerous, or threatening situation. Adrenaline helps your body react more quickly. One can reduce adrenaline by activating relaxation response ( in contrast of fight and flight response) by doing meditation, yoga, playing a sport, listening to music ect. One can do relaxation exercises like Jacobsons progressive muscular relaxation, pranayam and through guided imagery.

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Dr. Ketan Parmar

I am facing general depression issues , due to my stressed lifestyle at the moment. Do I need to speak with a psychiatrist?

Asked anonymously on 16th March, 2022 at 5:31 pm

One should consult a psychiatrist or counsellor for proper diagnosis and further treatment, ie u have depression or bipolar disorder, as treatment and outcome is different for both disorders, however let the psychiatrist decide what medications to take as per u r psychological condition, and have never personally used glutathione in bipolar 

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Dr. Ketan Parmar

Can glutathione be taken with bipolar medications?

Asked anonymously on 14th March, 2022 at 11:16 am

One should consult a psychiatrist or counsellor for proper diagnosis and further treatment, ie u have depression or bipolar disorder, as treatment and outcome is different for both disorders, however let the psychiatrist decide what medications to take as per u r psychological condition, and have never personally used glutathione in bipolar

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Dr. Ketan Parmar
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