MBBS, DNB - Psychiatry
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Dr. Jateen Ukrani MBBS, DNB (Psychiatry), FAGE, Consultant Psychiatrist pursued his MBBS from the prestigious Manipal University, Dr. Jateen Ukrani then joined VIMHANS, Vijayawada, to do his DNB in Psychiatry. Soon after completing his training in Psychiatry, he worked at IHBAS, a premier mental health institute in Delhi, for a short stint while exploring something that’s noble. Later he joined the Model Juvenile Deaddiction center at Deep Chand Bandhu Hospital, the first-of-its-kind initiative in Asia. His dedication and hard work in treating and creating awareness about substance abuse amongst youth made him appear on News Channels like NDTV. The news articles frequently cover his views on Psychiatry issues like Burari suicides, Blue Whale challenge, Slap Bets etc. He Reguarly conducts workshops for training of Police personnel on Psychology of criminals and various mental health issues. Apart from doing all this, Dr. Jateen also mentors young doctors through his unique initiative Freeassociation.in.
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Had a great experience .Highly experienced and empathetic approach towards patients , listen patiently and help patients recover at holistic level He accurately identify the problem and give right dose for the diagnosis
I am very satisfied with the treatment.I got the result within one week of treatment.Also doctor Jateen was always responsive,helpful,friendly at any time.Suring this lockdown, Doctor came as an angel in my life and thanks to the team.I would recommend everyone to come and witness our angel.
Dr. Jateen was really helpful. He explained to me about the anxiety disorder that I have and treatment options for the problem. As I was not willing to take the medication, he suggested I take CBT sessions and those sessions helped to control anxiety. I am really thankful for the help he had done to me.
I was ignoring mental health for a while but I must say getting treatment, it was totally worth it. I’m happy and more efficient in my work.
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.