MBBS, M.D. (Psychiatry)
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Dr. Deepak Verma has received his medical education from renowned institutions in India and abroad. After having completed his MBBS education from Govt. Medical College, Amritsar, he pursued his MD in Psychiatry from Dr. RML hospital, New Delhi, following which he did his senior residency in GB Pant hospital, New Delhi. He has also worked as a Senior Psychiatry Registrar for a year in Australia. He has done extensive research and is experienced in modern techniques like Repetitive Trans Magnetic Stimulation and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy.In addition to his credentials, what further enriches his experience is that he comes from a very humble background. Growing up in a joint family, the sense of responsibility is very deeply ingrained in him, he learned very early on about the importance of being there for others, and it gave him a better understanding of human relations and their dynamics. Owing to these values, he’s been an amazing team player and his staff has the utmost respect for him because he believes that a good leader is first and foremost, a team member.He continues to devote some of his time for the welfare of the society wherein he spreads awareness about mental disorders and through camps, he has seen over 10000 patients free of cost in certain states like UP, Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana and Delhi. With a plethora of experiences, both personal and professional, he currently specialises in child, adult and geriatric disorders.
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Q: Who is a Psychiatrist?
A: A psychiatrist is a medical physician who specializes in the care and treatment of mental, emotional, and addictive disorders. A psychiatrist is involved in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of mental diseases like anxiety, depression, psychosis, substance abuse, sexual dysfunction, and developmental disabilities.
Q: Is a Psychiatrist different from a Psychologist?
A: Psychiatrists and psychologists are medical professionals offering different services. Psychologists receive graduate training in psychology and pursue either Ph.D or PsyD or clinical psychology. Psychiatrists are physicians with specific training in the assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of mental illness.
Q: When should one consult a Psychiatrist?
A: A psychiatrist deals with the mental, emotional and behavioural aspects of human health. Whenever a person is affected by mental disorders like anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, and bipolar disorder, psychiatric help is needed. Drastic changes in behaviour without any visible cause require a consultation with a psychiatrist. Mental or emotional issues due to drug addiction requires psychiatric help.
Q: What are the conditions treated by a Psychiatrist?
A: Any mental, emotional or behavioural issues that we face can be diagnosed and treated by a psychiatrist. Psychiatrists also deal with disorders caused by drug addiction. The following conditions are treated by psychiatrists: depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, Asperger’s syndrome, alcohol addiction, stress and burn-out, eating disorders & schizophrenia
Q: Can a Psychiatrist treat anxiety disorders?
A: Anxiety disorders are characterized by being in a state of extreme, perennial anxiety. One out of three people will suffer from anxiety disorders at some point in life. Overwhelming anxiety that affects your day-to-day activities becomes a disorder. A psychiatrist is trained to treat anxiety disorders through psychological therapies and medication.