MBBS, MRCPsych, MSc., MRCPsych
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Dr. Divya Nallur completed her basic medical training in the prestigious Bangalore medical college. She moved to the UK in 2001 to obtain her basic and specialist psychiatric training. She acquired the prestigious mrcpsych title in 2005. She also obtained an MSc in psychiatry from Cardiff university. She went on to the specialist psychiatric training and achieved cct (completion of the certificate of training) in general adult psychiatry with an endorsement in addictions. During her specialist training, she also got a post-graduate diploma in cognitive behavioral therapy from the Birmingham university. She later worked as a consultant psychiatrist in the UK for 6 years. She was the lead clinician for a mental health/ substance misuse team in wales for 5 years and led the substance misuse team in Nottinghamshire for a year before returning to India. She worked as an associate professor of psychiatry at the international medical school, management and science university (Malaysian medical council) and taught core psychiatric curriculum for year 4 medical students on clinical placement at the Bangalore baptist hospital. Her strength lies in her approach to all mental health problems with a balanced biological (pharmacological), psychological and social approach. She now works at people tree maarga as the medical director, senior consultant psychiatrist and addictions specialist.
Dr Divya is very quick to analyse our situation and offer us many alternatives as in the terms of solution. She gives a lot of importance to what the patient has to say aswell.Would highly reccomend her for ones mind care issues.
The doctor filled me with hope; I felt quite lost but she made me feel there is hope for me after all . She was concerned about my health as well and gave me good advice
I had taken father on 27.07.2020 for the following issues:
1. He had undergone ankle surgery during May 2020 as he met with road accident. Auto hit his bike.
2. After accident and also after surgery till 27.07.2020 he had slept whole night except 2 hours.
3. He was not trusting his family.
4. He was under depression that due to accident he cannot handle his profession.
5. He had lost his current memory and sometimes he would forget that he has undergone surgery.
6. He was not cooperating for the intake of medicines.
7. In the night he was always arguing and scolding the family members that they have taken him to some other house and always steps out the house wandering for his house.
8. He is very intelligent and would talk to people other than family members and in between the conversation with them sudden irrelevant questions/queries were raised by him.
9. Even though the family was following his instructions, he was not satisfied.
On 28.07.2020 he expressed that earlier why the doctors have not given this medicine as he is getting good sleep and feeling healthy. This has happened by the treatment given by Ms Divya Ganesh
Thank you Madam,
one of Dr. Divya's virtues is that she is a patient listener and observers the patient while talking for non-verbal cues.Secondly, I feel very comfortable and therefore more vocal in telling my problems and improvement since the last time in detail. She also offers some verbal solutions. Another adorable character I've seen in her is the way she explains the prescription she has given. She walks me through each medicine and explains its effects on me alongside explaining how im progressing in layman terms and in medical terms. I've been seeing her for the past 5 months for alcohol de-addiction and I'm very impressed in the progress I've made. I've been trying to quit since three years and never have I felt so accomplished. I still have a long way to go and I'm confident that I'll emerge out successfully. One of the most important thing that patients of mental health problems need to understand is that psychiatry treatments take a long time to show positive improvments and patience is the key along with some lifestyle changes. I'd recommend Dr. Divya for my friends and family.
Dr.Divya has that healing touch and not all docs have this, i highly recommend her. The quality of service she and her team provided for mom my was international standard.
i live far away from my mom and could not accompany her to visits, but Dr.Divya and her team covered that up with constant email updates, even though she was on vacation she made sure she consulted with her team and kept me up to date via emails. they even facilitated online payments.
i wish more and more doctors and hospitals see this group of doctors as a role model, doctors in India have this air/ego about themselves, you can't even ask them questions about medications or treatment plan, what amazes me is the down to earth nature of this group, they are healers first , i believe anyone can become a doctor but not all can be healers.
keep up the good work people tree.
If you are thinking about consulting I would gently encourage you to take the first step and speak with a counselor or doctor, give it some time and participate in a positive way. After that you can decide if this works for you.
Speaking for myself I benefited on multiple fronts by consulting with Dr Divya at People Tree Maarga over the last few months. Some benefits are tangible while others subtle yet very relevant to me.
Dr Divya comes across as a very down to earth and genuine person and it is easy to speak with her. She is quite encouraging of difference of opinion and at the same time ensures that relevant focus is not lost by sharing her insights. I am grateful for her perspective, advice and encouragement that helped me.
I want to touch upon the cost associated, the way I see it is it’s an investment into my wellbeing and from that perspective I think it is worth it and more.
Hope this helps & Best wishes
Dr. Divya is not only one of the finest doctors in her field ( psychiatry) but she is a beautiful human being. She is calm, composed, focused and her greatest assest is her conversational skills. Her words and the way she explains the problems in a simple manner is praiseworthy. I must say she is doing a great job!
But, I would like to mention one thing that at any condition, she should not get influenced by any of her fellow colleagues/ counterparts and form a biased conclusion regarding any patient. I believe she should treat all patients as a fresh Candidate and treat accordingly.
My name is tony Bhanu I am B.tech student last one year I suffered mental health when I approached people tree mango in Bangalore ,yelahanka, directed by Dr Divya mnullur the madam treatment is excellent and quick way and fast curing the patient .present my health is in good condition I hope that the hospital and mam treatment is good and it is satisfied
Doctor is well qualified and experienced enough to make difference in my mother's context. Her ability to articulate to patient and attendees is good.
I am writing this on behalf of my mother (Mrs.Mangamma)after 1 long year of treatment from Dr.Divya ganesh.my mother had fallen into a depressed state due to some family reasons ..she stopped talking to everyone ,she was mentally depressed and physically too she became weak.And we showed to lot of doctors before visiting Dr.Divya Ganesh Nallur but none of them could cure her .
The interaction was very friendly rather than like a consultant.
She first did a background check about my family .
And after analysing the things ,the treatment started off.
Even though we didn't see any changes in the first 3 months .slowly she started recovering well .And after one year she is more active than she was before.
I would be really thankful to Dr.Divya Nallur and would remember her for long days .