Frequently asked questions

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Many of the frequently asked questions are answered in the blog section of our website. If need be, please feel free to contact us.

FAQs Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions

Firstly, we provide mental health services to children, adolescents, and adults among the frequently asked questions. In fact, a person’s mental health is vital to a person’s overall well-being. However, our clinicians follow a person-centered and trauma-informed approach and work closely with each individual to address their various needs.  In addition to providing mental health and medication management services, we work with additional programs such as Healthy Home. We can provide referrals to additional services that may be right for you and your family.

2. What are the common signs and symptoms of mental illness?

Thus, some commons signs and symptoms of mental illness include: Depression; excessive fear, worry, or anxiety; suicidal or homicidal thoughts; excessive anger or irritability; and social withdrawal are just a few signs. These are among the many frequently asked questions caregivers, and potential patients have. Some are just curious and taking a quiz or a questionnaire might help.

3. How common is mental illness?

In fact, millions of people are affected by Mental illness. In addition, according to the National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences (NIMHANS), INDIA, 1 in 5 adults experience a mental health illness. Also, 1 in 25 adults experience a serious mental illness, and 17% of youth ages 6-17 years old experience a mental health disorder each year. This is part of the FAQs, i.e., “Am I alone?” and “Doctor, have you seen others who have the same problem that I do?”

4. What are the most common types of mental illness?

Next among FAQs, there are many types of mental illness. However, some of the most common types are depression, anxiety, PTSD, Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, and Bipolar Disorder.

5. Can mental illness be prevented?

In fact, while there is no way to prevent mental illness completely, seeking treatment early can help you manage and recover from a disorder. Nevertheless, recognizing the warning signs of mental illness is the first step in the recovery process.

6. Can family members participate in the treatment process?

Yes, mental health illness affects not only patients but those who are close to them.  However, we encourage family members to participate in the entire behavioral health treatment process.

7. Lastly among FAQs, how can I make an appointment?

In conclusion, you can call our office at +91-8884976550 to check if the doctor is available.  Also, you can schedule both online and offline appointments, AND we certainly see patients who walk in.