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Frequently Asked Questions

Who is a psychiatrist?
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A psychiatrist is a doctor who has completed their MD or DNB in psychiatry after completing their MBBS. It involves the study, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of psychiatric symptoms (for e.g. mood disorders, anxiety disorders, psychotic disorders, substance use etc.).  They are qualified to assess both the mental and physical aspects of psychological conditions and prescribe medications (if needed) for the same.

What is the difference between psychotherapy and psychiatry?
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Both professions aim to enhance everyday functioning and well-being. However, psychotherapy involves talk therapy as a medium of treating psychological problems while in psychiatry the medium of treatment is primarily pharmacotherapy which involves the use of medication to treat psychological disorders.

What kind of problems are treated by a psychiatrist?
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Psychiatrists help people who are in distress due to a variety of issues, such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, OCD, psychosis, and other symptoms.

What form of treatment is provided?
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A psychiatrist carries out examinations to identify the optimal treatment strategy and can prescribe medication for psychological illnesses and other conditions that necessitate medication assistance. They are trained to deal with the psychological and interpersonal aspects of difficulties, as well as the prescription of medication.

Do I require both therapy and psychiatry?
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Each client is unique. Several emotional and psychological difficulties can be addressed with therapy and counseling. However, research suggests that for some conditions, the implementation of psychotherapy and psychiatric medication simultaneously may be the most effective treatment. Your psychiatrist will assist you in making the right decision for your specific situation.

Will I be required to take medication if I consult a psychiatrist?
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No. A psychiatric examination is intended to look thoroughly at all of the variables that may be contributing to the trouble you are experiencing. A psychiatrist can provide therapy suggestions after determining the biological, social, and psychological aspects involved and how they interact. It is the client’s discretion if they want to take medication.

Will I have to take medication for the rest of my life?
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No, not always. Since each client and the therapeutic plan is unique, the length of time you may take medication will be established by you and your psychiatrist collaboratively. It is ideal for some clients to take medication at a particularly hard phase in order to improve their functioning while working on emotional and behavioral issues in therapy. When symptoms improve, the treatment regimen can be evaluated.

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National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences: 08046110007
Vandrevala Foundation: +91 7304599836 / +91 7304599837 / 18602662345 / 18002333330
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