MIND BEHAVIOUR STUDIO

Mind Behaviour Studio, ROLDANT REJUVENATION is a behavioral makeover studio that provides you with imperative tools and strategies for a positive approach and outlook towards life. We help you rejuvenate your mind, behavior and character by accentuating on your positives for generating improved coping strategies for all your problems .At ROLDANT REJUVENATION, we help you develop the skill to retrieve yourself for building self-esteem and confidence. This MIND BEHAVIOR studio is a first of its kind in India and we take great pride in it.
At ROLDANT REJUVENATION, we help you achieve your career, build stronger relationships, and an enhanced mental health. So take a step today and simply walk into our behavioral studio to relax and rejuvenate yourself.

ROLDANT REJUVENATION comprises a blend of services of several fields of study and academic interest. We follow a multidisciplinary approach of services. We are a makeover studio that offers services that consultation, counseling, coaching, mentoring, grooming and training. We aim to equip you today whilst preparing for tomorrow. We provide general Coaching as well as personal mentoring sessions on the areas of life that is challenging. We believe that behavioral coaching is an effective mean for healthy wellbeing and forming an integral part of an individual's life.

Individual Therapy (Adolescent or Adult)

Individual Psychotherapy is the process through which an one on one sessions with the personal psychologist is implemented to emphasise on their concerns.Individual therapy provides a safe and comforting place to share their private thoughts, fears and concerns to a non-judgmental Clinical Psychologist trained to listen to you. Furthermore, the face to face sessions helps to provide clients with various therapies for chronic anxiety along with panic attacks and severe depression which is associated with compulsive thoughts and behaviours , thereby making their life unproductive and challenging.

Our initial goal of therapy aims to develop trust in a safe setting to facilitate effective communication and form a healing partnership. Through this partnership, we create an environment that accepts difficulties and experience such challenging emotions as an attempt for them to build healthy thoughts. Our unique approach with adults and adolescents aims to create a platform for the clients to explore their thoughts, feelings and challenges. With the use of respective therapies and techniques when imperative, we emphasise on restructuring negative thought patterns into productive thought structure to formulate an effective change plan for their behaviour.

The best results for clients are sometimes obtained with a combination of therapy and medications. Through use of such Supportive Therapy we aim to help you develop effective coping strategies to identify the different accommodation options through determining your strengths and weaknesses. We help you identify your strengths and increase your mental well-being.

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Play Therapy (Child)

Young children might have difficulty with making sense of and verbalizing their emotions. Their language and communication skills development might be impaired. Children use play as their medium to function their communication and develop their learning skills. Children use play as an expression of their inner emotions of fear, joy, anger, fantasises and desires. We use toys and materials such as blocks, puppets, drawing with children to achieve benefits such as talk therapy. We use Play therapy as an objective to build trust, improve relationships and encourage expression of feelings.

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Teenage and Adolesant Psychology

Adolescence can be a time of both disorientation and discovery. This transitional period can bring up issues of independence and self-identity; many adolescents and their peers face tough choices regarding schoolwork, sexuality, drugs, alcohol, and social life. Peer groups, romantic interests, and appearance tend to naturally increase in importance for some time during a teen's journey toward adulthood.

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Couples Therapy

In couples therapy we help partners to identify the point of differences that cause irritation and difficulties encountered during the course of their relationship. The identification of such challenges is aimed to improve their communication with their partner for better understanding of the situation. Following, this therapy attempts to create a change and enhance the tolerance level to become sensitive to each other’s emotions for a successful and gratifying relationship.

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Family Therapy

Family members’ interaction affects in profound ways. Family functions at best when aware of the appropriate hierarchies and boundaries within the family, in which spouses function as a team to uphold their status as parents in child rearing.

We aim to develop appropriate degree of supervision and independence for children according ro their personalities, developmental stage and environment. For families to be a safe haven of love and respect, they must adapt to change while maintaining their cohesiveness. When difficulties arise between family members, family therapy can be effective in re-establishing roles, boundaries and healthy communication. Parent’s relationship with children can be undermined when parents themselves have poor relationship or one member intimidates the whole family. This can affect child in many ways such as substance abuse, alcoholic addiction, smoking and other personality disorders. Family therapy can be used with eating disorders, excessive shopping, and physical abuse. These are only examples of family conflicts among many others.

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Therapy for Women's Health Issues

The most prevalent issue we will address here is that occurs most notably among women. We provide exclusive women oriented services and it is to be highly noted that we group of experienced psychiatrist at Roldant Rejuvination Studio have excellence of experience in treating women psychological health issues. Most prevalent issues concerns women’s adjustment to body image changes (which may lead to anorexia, bulimia and obesity), mood changes associated with cyclical hormonal changes (premenstrual syndrome/ PMS), sexually transmitted diseases (STD), pregnancy, and infertility, depression with pregnancy, postpartum depression, lactation issues and insomnia . We aim to provide a comprehensive and personal service to the clients making them feel at ease and comfort with an objective of building a strong women for better tomorrow.

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Sports Psychology

Our services as sports psychologist helps atheletes enhance their performance. We devise diverse mental strategies, such as visualization, self-talk and relaxation techniques, to help athletes overcome obstacles and achieve to their full potential. We help athletes at all levels to develop efficient coping strategies that can be implemented at the light of pressure from competition and deal with challenges from team members, parents, coaches or their own conflicting expectations.

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Media Psychology

Media Psychology emer ges as contemporary concept in dynamic psychology field. Media psychology studies the intersections between human behavior and media technologies in the digital world. It focuses on the psychology behind media and technology use which impacts the relationships between digital media, psychology and behavior of individuals.

Our clients include reputed and prominent figures in limelight. We have proved our excellence in service through successfully helping them deal with the pressure from constant media presence and detrimental effects on personal relationship. We aim to devise effective psychological strategies based on their needs and expectations.

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Caring for Loved Ones with Special Needs

Many times a man or woman is expected to care for a loved one with special needs. The caregiver may be under great stress to provide the care necessary for their loved one. We can help those caregivers by giving the advice,logistic solutions and the psychological support. Sometimes the caregivers may themselves become ill. They maydevelop anxiety disorders, mood disorders, commonly depression or insomnia. We can assist caregivers with their needs by giving them therapy and medications, if needed. People caring for: mentally challenged children, children with autism, children with severe learning disabilities, ADHD, children with behavioral problems, adults with mental or physical disabilities, or aging family members needing assistance due to mental or physical decline may experience the need for additional support.

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Consultation for Attorneys

Frequently, accidental physical trauma, chemical trauma, or termination from employment may be followed by psychological injury. Psychological injury may manifest as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Major Depression, Anxiety Disorder or many other psychiatric complications. We are experienced in evaluating the psychological injury, assessing the possible complication and projecting possible prognosis. We can also estimate the duration and cost of treatment, as well as the requirement for rehabilitation to obtain recovery. Consultation requests for Comprehensive Psychiatric Evaluations from attorneys are welcomed.

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Consultation for Other Professionals

We welcome referrals from other professionals and therapist. We complete a comprehensive evaluation for their patients and provide periodic medication visits. We aim to collaborate with the referring therapist and provide feedback to coordinate care.

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Supportive Therapy

This type of treatment and therapy is very used in situations that can be helpful with more lasting life concerns. Supportive Therapy would be useful in the following situations:

  • Starting a new relationship and having difficulties sorting out your feelings about the relationship.
  • Preparing to leave home and start college.
  • Adjusting to a new job.
  • Sudden loss of a loved one.
  • Sudden loss of fortune.
  • Many people cope with these situations on their own or with the help of a friend or relative. Sometimes outside professional help is needed.

In supportive psychotherapy, the psychiatrist integrates the objectivity of empathy and concern within the sessions. Each component of the situation is objectively evaluated and solutions are explored with the guidance of the psychiatrist. The aim is to help the individual gain a sense of control.

For more lasting life concerns, supportive therapy can be extremely helpful for individuals:

  • Losing a spouse through divorce or death.
  • Caring for children without a partner.
  • Sudden diagnosis of a chronic illness that can cause permanent disability or reduction in vitality and energy.
  • Adjusting to life threatening illness like cancer.

Such conditions require adjustment. Supportive therapy will improve the subjective quality of life and increase the person's capacity to function and adapt.

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Clinical Psychology

Clinical Psychology is an incorporation of the science, theory and clinical knowledge with the intention of comprehending, preventing, and alleviating psychologically-based distress and to encourage subjective and behavioral well-being, happiness and personal development. Clinical psychology includes the study and application of psychology for the purpose of understanding and preventing and relieving psychologically based distress.

Our services in Clinical Psychology includes :

  • Will be able to provide supportive therapy for patients who are : admitted in the hospital for a long duration of time.
  • Provide therapy for end –of –life-care patients like dialysis patients, chronic cardiac patients and cancer patients.
  • Do assessments for the diagnosis and identify childhood problems like autism, attention.
  • Deficit hyperactive disorders (adhd) and other behavioral issues.
  • Identify the children with milestone development delay with specific screening tools and give them recommendations to over come the delay of the child, if any.
  • Iq testing.
  • Memory testing.
  • Personality testing.
  • Aptitude testing.
  • Learning disability screening.
  • Neuro psychological assessment.
  • Psychotherapy and counseling.
  • Behavior therapy.
  • Cognitive behavior therapy.
  • Family/ marital therapy.
  • Play therapy.
  • Vocational guidance/ career counseling.


Family Psychology

Family psychologists look into the all-inclusive subjects of psychological health and pathology among individuals, couples and families with sole consideration to the interrelatedness of health and social context. Family Psychology focuses on relationships in families, couples, groups and organizations. Family psychologists coach, manage, study and practice through discussion and treatment in a variety of settings.

Our services in Family Psychology includes :

  • Family enrichment counseling.
  • Family problem solving.
  • Post-marital consultation.
  • Anger management counseling.
  • Stress management counseling.
  • Money management consultation.
  • General consultation.
  • Attitudinal correction.
  • Sex & marital therapy.


Teenage Psychology

Adolescence is a predominantly difficult time for children. They experience different and new changes in their bodies and in their feelings. Many a times, they feel that they are often misunderstood while they are struggling to turn into adults, leaving behind their childhood. Adolescent psychology entails looking at these concerns, stages and different situations that a child experiences all through their growth into functioning adults.

Our services in Teenage Psychology includes :

  • Adolescent counseling.
  • Exam fear desensitization.
  • Academic excellence consultation.
  • Value based sex education.
  • Behavioral management and correction.
  • Emotions management counseling.
  • Relationship problems solving.
  • Tension management counseling.
  • Success design consultation.
  • (Teens from arts and sports field and those who are preparing for competitive exams)


Youth Psychology

Youth Psychology is a field that exclusively addresses the development, well-being, and functioning of youth.

Our services in Youth Psychology includes :

  • Pre-marital counseling.
  • Post-marital counseling.
  • Family life consultation.
  • Women empowerment consultation.
  • Youth behavioral problem solving.
  • Emotional stabilization.
  • Stress management.
  • Success design consultation.
  • (Those who are preparing for competitive exams)


General Psychology

General Psychology covers all the general and most common issues that are faced by the individuals in our society. They may include day to day issues like stress , anger etc..

Our services in General Psychology includes :

  • Wellness consultation.
  • Anger management coaching.
  • Stress management coaching.
  • Money management consultation.
  • Depression management.
  • Anxiety management.
  • Jealousy management.
  • Attitudinal correction.
  • De-addiction consultation.
  • Hiv/aids counselling.
  • Grief & bereavement counselling.
  • Weight loss & weight gain consultation.
  • Life coaching.

Anxiety Disorders

Anxiety includes phobias, separation or social fears, school refusal, generalized anxiety, or post-traumatic stress. One may feel anxious about something in the present or the future. It is often associated with lack of focus of anxiety on any specific event, person or situation. These symptoms are termed as general anxiety disorders that may include phobias, separation or social fears, school refusal, generalized anxiety, or post-traumatic stress. Some may experience chronic stress of fear of open spaces (agoraphobia), fear of strangers (xenophobia), fear of heights, and fear of snakes, of cars, of dogs, of planes or travel, which can be handicapping. Various forms of severe anxiety is often accompanied with symptoms of fear associated with nightmares, sleep disturbances and panic attacks associated with the memories of the trauma. Though anxiety is common among people, its intensity might vary depending on the situation. We provide customised services for our clients with such issues.

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Depression

Depression is a state of prolonged feelings of sadness, helplessness, hopelessness, unworthiness and guilt, maladaptive sleeping and eating patterns. Depression is a very common condition. Excessive withdrawal activity associated with reduced energy to accomplish set goals which can cause a feeling of impending doom. People usually exhibit drastic symptoms of lethargy, rapid gain or loss of weight, changes in sexual drive hampering their routine schedule.

Excessive preoccupation with health and worry about apprehensive thoughts can take different forms of depression.. Fifty percent of women may suffer from some degree of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) associated with mood swings, tearfulness and insomnia. It may also occur during the last 3 months of pregnancy, but most commonly in postpartum period of pregnancy. We devise comprehensive and altered psychological interventions for the clients depending on their symptoms

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Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar Disorder- Bipolar Disorder (manic-depression) is a condition where the person has periods of depression alternating with periods of mania which may include irritability, euphoric mood, excessive energy, impulsive behaviour and paranoid thoughts. During episodes of mania, the person experiences increased self- confidence, self-importance and spend excessive amounts of energy.

Some people may have mostly depressive episodes and rarely have manic episodes. In teenagers, the diagnosis of bipolar disorder is complex and involves follow up for a longer period of time. ADHD and bipolar disorder are often confused in teenagers, because their symptoms are very similar. Our treatment on such issues are exclusive with personalise care and exceptional services with customised training and amenities.

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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) – recurring obsessions and/or compulsions (repetitive behaviors or rituals such as hand washing, counting, checking to see if doors are locked) which are often seen as senseless but which interfere with an individual's daily functioning.

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is characterized by recurring obsessions (troublesome and intrusive thoughts) and compulsions. Obsessions are intrusive thoughts the individuals experience occurring against their will and causing them anxiety. Frequently these thoughts are unrealistic or irrational. Compulsions are repetitive behaviors and rituals such as: keeping things in order, hand washing, checking the door to be sure it is locked andhoarding behavior which are often seen as senseless.

Both obsessions and compulsions are perceived by the person experiencing them as unwanted and intrusive. They cause significant stress and can interfere with work, social activities and relationships with others. Obsessive-Compulsive disorder usually starts in the first 10 years of life or in adolescence. It can be a chronic recurring condition, which appears in episodes lasting several months to several years. When treated, the frequency and the severity of the obsessions and compulsions are reduced substantially and even disappear.

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Psychosis

Delusions are a symptom of psychosis. They are irrational beliefs, paranoia, hallucinations (hearing voices, seeing things that don't exist), social withdrawal, strange behavior, persistent rituals, and deterioration of personal hygiene. May be seen in developmental disorders, severe depression, schizophrenia, and some forms of substance abuse. These beliefs cannot be explained by the person's cultural background.

In children, visual or auditory hallucinations can be a product of their imagination or due to anxiety, depression or immature cognitive development. Hallucinations and delusions in children are not usually an indication of serious mental illness. In most cases, children outgrow these symptoms. In late adolescence, psychotic symptoms may appear for the first time. These symptoms can be due to drug abuse, severe depression, severe anxiety or bipolar disorder. In most cases they resolve. In some cases, they can persist and the individual develops schizophrenia. Prompt attention to these symptoms, usually leads to a better outcome and a shorter period of illness.

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Autism

Autism (or other pervasive developmental disorders such as Asperger's Syndrome) – characterized by severe deficits in social reciprocity, language, and/or thinking or ability to learn, usually diagnosed in early childhood.

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Conduct Disorder

Conduct disorder is severe aggression, assaultiveness, excessive property damage, lying, cheating, self-abuse (cutting, head banging).

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Eating Disorders

It can be for either food restriction (anorexia nervosa) or binge eating and vomiting (bulimia), or a combination of the two. This condition may appear as anorexia nervosa. More commonly occurring in females, the individual may see themselves with a distorted body image. They see themselves as much larger than they are. These individuals restrict their food intake, exercise vigorously and usually have very high energy. It is common to also find hormonal imbalances and menstruation may stop. Bulimia has symptoms of binging and vomiting after eating more frequently at the end of the day. Laxatives are commonly used. Large weight fluctuations can occur. Both anorexia and bulimia can occur at the same time or in succession. This condition, left untreated can lead to death 15-25% of the time due to electrolyte imbalances and weakness of the heart (cardiac) muscles; occasionally rupture of the esophagus from forced vomiting.

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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is defined by the symptoms of inattention, distractibility, impulsivity and hyperactivity as compared to other children of the same age, social development and same gender. About 6% of school age children have this condition.

A common variant of this condition is Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD). In ADD, the hyperactivity is missing. It is more common in females. They may appear quiet and not troublesome or excessively talkative in school, but they are unable to concentrate and may have poor grades. This poor performance may lead to low self-esteem. Some children or adolescents with ADD or ADHD may have other associated disorders like, anxiety disorders, conduct disorders, learning disabilities, depression and bipolar disorder.

Without treatment, it becomes very difficult for the student to perform as expected at school. Their grades drop and they are often rejected by their peers. They may drift to substance abuse, compounding their problems. The symptoms of ADHD, if untreated, can continue into adulthood, causing occupational and social problems. It can become difficult to meet the expectations of employers and maintain healthy relationships with significant others.

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Addictions and Substance Abuse Disorders

Addiction is defined as the loss of control over one's behavior. Addictive behavior can be seen in shopping, eating, exercising, gambling, sexual activities, pornography, use of the internet, and playing video games. These addictions are treatable and can improve the quality of life.

Substance abuse disorders are defined as the use of mind altering drugs beyond recreational use to the point that the use causes physical, mental, occupational and recreational damage. Substance use can include over the counter drugs , caffeine. Illicit drugs like cocaine etc. Early diagnosis and treatment of abuse will prevent the complications that can affect the productivity of the user and their quality of life.

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Sleep Problems

Sleep problems (Insomnia) can occur anytime during the sleep period. Sleep onset insomnia is defined as trouble falling asleep. Insomnia during the middle of the night is called fitful sleep or middle insomnia. Early awakening or morning insomnia can also occur. The individual will feel tired and drained from each of these forms of insomnia.

Hypersomnia occurs when the individual sleeps for more hours than their normal requirement or much longer than the average person of their age does. Hypersomnia can occur in depression and other mental illnesses like schizophrenia, conversion reactions and substance abuse.

Night terrors occur frequently between the ages of 4 and 12 years old. The child may awaken in a panicked state, but are not completely awake. They respond to reassurance and the next morning they usually have no memory of the event. It usually is a harmless condition that can be treated easily. Sleepwalking is more common in children and adolescents. They may look awake, eat, perform tasks and interact with others, but have no memory in the morning for the events.

Separation Anxiety can also appear associated with sleep. Often the child or teenager is frightened to sleep in another room from the parents. Its appearance can depend on the level of stress in the life of the child. Excessive bed wetting after age 5 can be a form of sleep disorder. At age 18 years old 1 1/2% of males will be dismissed from military service due to bedwetting. It is associated with tension and stress and responds well to medication. Before age 5, bedwetting is a common symptom and more common in males. It usually will disappear on its own.

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Adjustment Disorders

Adjustment disorders are significant emotional or behavioral symptoms that occur in response to an identifiable stress. The symptoms usually occur within three months from the onset of the stress and are symptoms that are more than what would be anticipated by the type of stress the individual experienced. The person may have symptoms in their occupational or personal life. Adjustment disorder resolves within 6 months from the end of the stressor. Sometimes adjustment disorder will last longer than 6 months if the stressor is chronic (a physical disability) or has long lasting consequences (divorce). Adjustment disorders can be accompanied by: a depressed mood, anxiety, a combination of the two, a disturbance of behavior or a mix of emotions and behavior.

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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

The most important characteristic of posttraumatic stress disorder is that the individual has been exposed to a traumatic event that the individual believes threatened their wellbeing with the potential for serious injury or death. The threat can also threaten their physical integrity or the physical integrity of others. The typical reaction to such experiences is a combination of intense fear, intense horror or a feeling of helplessness. Any reminder of the initial threat can trigger an intense reaction.

Common threats that can cause these symptoms are; physical abuse or injury or sexual abuse or injury such as rape. In some cases severe emotional neglect may trigger similar reactions. The affected individual may relive the experience mentally and experience the associated unpleasant emotions. Nightmares can occur that relive the traumatic event.

Other new symptoms can also occur after a traumatic event: sleep problems including insomnia, nightmares, irritability, overreaction to irritants, inability to concentrate, suspiciousness of others and the environment, and an excessive startle response. Post traumatic disorder can interfere with the ability to study or work. It can interfere with personal relationships and intimacy and it can interfere with the ability to enjoy leisure and recreation.

As in other anxiety disorders, the sooner the treatment is initiated the faster the recovery and better the prognosis. In many cases psychotherapy alone will bring a remission. In other cases, the use of psychotropic medication may be required for a period of time. Post-traumatic stress disorder may trigger other psychiatric condition such as: anxiety disorders with or without panic, major depressive disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, somatization disorder with headache, stomach pain, and weight loss. All these complicating disorders can be effectively treated.

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Comprehensive Psychiatric Evaluation

The first step in acquiring the right help for a mental health problem is receiving a comprehensive psychiatric evaluation. We provide special care in apprehending the accurate information to determine the most likely diagnosis and provide effective treatment. We work closely with patients and their family members from the very beginning to ensure accurate identification of problems and provide best treatment.

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Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive Behavior Therapy is used in the treatment of anxiety disorders and mood disorders. It focuses on implementation of exercises and tools to develop a focused approach. The results of CBT are relatively quick and the patient may reach remission in 10 to 16 weeks. Cognitive Behavior Therapy attempts to alter an individuals negative thinking patterns that is responsible for their faulty behaviors and negative emotions into productive thought patterns.

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Dynamic Psychotherapy

Dynamic therapy has profound effects on treating anxiety disorder, phobic disorders, depression, OCD, and post-traumatic stress disorder. The premise of dynamic therapy is that unconscious forces driven by our innate drives or experiential developmental issues manifest these symptoms.

We use Dynamic therapy to identify the components of the unconscious conflict and retrieve those maladaptive patterns of thinking or behaviour as an attempt to replace these patterns with balanced thoughts. Positive results are observed within the first month of treatment.

To summarize, not all forms of treatment are best for all patients. In some cases, multiple forms of treatment may be used as the best solution for the patient, especially in the case of treatment resistant illnesses. We aim to provide exceptional and personalised services with customised therapies suitable for client’s needs and expectations.

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We take a conservative approach to prescribing medicine, and reserve this option only for instances where the potential benefits of treatment outweigh the risks. Some problems are so severe and persistent that they would have serious negative consequences for the patient and family if untreated, and psychotherapy may be more effective if combined with medication. As we are learning more about the safety and efficacy of most psychotropic medications in children, we help patients and families stay as informed as possible regarding potential side effects and closely monitor the progress of patients on medication that we prescribe.

Our medication management depends on your individual needs and desires.

Many a times psychotherapy alone may accomplish the therapeutic goals. In many cases also adding psychotropics may accomplish a higher level of recovery. In some instances, like severe Bipolar Disorder, it is hard to obtain recovery without the use of psychotropics. When we assess psychotropics, we judge the risk benefit ratio, balancing potential side effects with possible therapeutic results. We are generally inclined to prescribe non habit forming psychotropics. We try to start with a lower dose and increase to a higher dose until the therapeutic effect is obtained. Fortunately we now have a large number of anti-anxiety medications, antidepressant medications, mood stabilizer medications and hypnotic medications available to treat psychiatric conditions

Many of these medications are very effective and nonhabit forming if used as prescribed. Customizing the prescription to the individual patient and condition is imperative. In our practice, this is reserved for those people who are significantly impaired by their mental illness, and psychotherapy is not doing enough to improve their school or work performance, or their relationships with friends and family.

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Duration of Medication Treatment

The duration of treatment depends on the individual. If a crisis that triggers the symptoms, the treatment may be time limited. When symptoms have been present for a long time, the treatment may take much longer. Some conditions require maintenance treatment similar to medical conditions like diabetes, hypertension and arthritis.Some examples are: Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder, ADHD and in some cases Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.

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