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Dr. Jagadeesh Babu

AYUSH 

Psychologist

16 years experience overall

Dr. Johnsey Thomas (PhD) (PhD)

Psychologist

19 years experience overall
  
2100 Consultation fee at clinic
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Dr. Shashank

AYUSH 

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11 years experience overall
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Ms. Pushpa Ragaveni Buddana

Psychologist

14 years experience overall
  
500 Consultation fee at clinic
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Ms. Abhilasha Agarwal

Psychologist

7 years experience overall
  
1000 Consultation fee at clinic

Dr. Guru Prasanna Lakshmi (PhD)

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9 years experience overall
  
1800 Consultation fee at clinic
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Ms. Sailaja Pisapati

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8 years experience overall

Mr. Riju Raj Roy

Psychologist

10 years experience overall
  
1500 Consultation fee at clinic

Dr. Vidhya Sagar K (PhD)

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9 years experience overall
  
1500 Consultation fee at clinic
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Mr. Goggi Srikanth

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14 years experience overall
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Who are Psychologists?

Study of normal and abnormal mental status, perception, cognition, emotion, and social behavior by experimenting, observing, interpreting, and recording how individuals relate and react to one another is known as Psychology. Individuals who study psychology are called Psychologists. Psychologists need a license to practice Psychology.


What does a Psychologist do?

Psychologists usually do the following:

  • Conduct scientific studies of behavior and brain function
  • Observe, interview, and survey individuals
  • Identify psychological, emotional, behavioral, organizational issues
  • Diagnose disorders 


What is the difference between Psychologists and Psychiatrists?

Psychologists and Psychiatrists differ greatly in terms of education and the action of treatment. Psychiatrists are trained medical doctors and they can prescribe medication and spend much of the time in medication treatment and the course of treatment. As Psychiatrists attend medical school and get trained under general medicine. After MD, they practice for 4 years of residency in Psychiatry. Whereas, psychologists focus entirely on psychotherapy and treating emotional and mental suffering in the patients and behavioral intervention. Psychologists obtain a Ph.D. or PsyD doctoral degree of 4-6 years. Psychologists, throughout their study, focus on the history and science of psychological problems.


What are the different types of Psychologists?

Following are the different types of Psychologists:

  • Aviation Psychologist
  • Biopsychologist
  • Clinical psychologist
  • Cognitive psychologist
  • Community psychologist
  • Comparative psychologist
  • Consumer psychologist
  • Counseling psychologist
  • Cross-cultured psychologist
  • Developmental psychologist
  • Educational psychologist
  • Engineering psychologist
  • Environmental psychologist
  • Forensic psychologist
  • Health psychologist
  • Industrial-organizational psychologist
  • Military psychologist
  • Personality psychologists
  • School psychologist
  • Social psychologist


Why should an individual consult a Psychologist?

Following are the reasons for an individual consult a Psychologist:

  • Loss - the death of a close one or financial loss
  • Stress and anxiety
  • Depression
  • Phobias
  • Family and relationship issues
  • Unhealthy habits and addiction
  • Performance enhancements
  • Mental clarity
  • Mental disorders


Are conversations with a Psychologist confidential?

As the treatment obtained from a Psychologist and the matter of the treatment being sensitive, the conversations between the patient and the Psychologist are kept confidential.