Frequently Asked Questions

Telepsychiatry is a cost-effective way to deliver mental health care services remotely to patients via interactive video sessions. It dispenses a range of services including psychiatric evaluations, therapy (individual therapy, group therapy, and family therapy), patient education and medication management through the use of computer or smart phones,from the privacy and comfort of one’s own home to address common behavioral health issues.
Psychiatrists are physicians with an MBBS and an MD in Psychiatry. They are legally allowed to prescribe medications for the treatment of diagnosed mental disorders along with the ability to do psychotherapy. Psychologists are medical professionals who have a Master’s degree in Psychology. They treat patients with different forms and techniques of psychotherapy, commonly known as talk therapy.
All appointments are available online. To make an appointment with one of our providers please fill the appointment form given on our website.

Steps to schedule an appointment with a psychiatrist or psychologist:

1. Select your provider – Psychiatrist or Psychologist.

2. Choose your date and time slot – Select availability from the calendar given for your provider. Fill all your personal details such as email and phone numberfor the appointment.

3. Make payment – After you select your provider, make the payment towards the session using the payment portal.

4. Accept the terms and conditions.

5. Join meeting with your provider at the scheduled time.

To start your meeting via smart phone or tab – please download the ZOOM app. Enter your name in the box and click start meeting.
For desktop and laptop users, enter your name and click start meeting.
To join your session via computer or laptop, you need an internet connection. Smart phone users would require a working phone number and Wi-Fi/mobile data.
There are a few common reasons people go online to see a psychiatrist:

• You need one or more psychiatric medications
• You have been diagnosed with one or more mental disorders
• You feel that you are not getting better under the care of a general practitioner
• You are experiencing complex side-effects to your current medications and would like a second opinion
• You want to change your psychiatric medication
• You have questions about your doctor’s treatment plan
From chronic concerns such as depression, mood disorders, and anxiety, to recent stress caused by events such as grief, divorce, parenthood, or other major life changes, online psychiatry allows for reliable and convenient connect with highly trained physicians.

Some of the other common conditions that can be addressed online are:

• Anxiety
• Depression (Major Depressive Disorder, Postpartum Depression)
• Bipolar Disorder
• Schizophrenia
• Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
• Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
• Attention deficit disorder (ADD/ADHD)

If you think it is an emergency, please visit your nearest hospital or emergency room.
At this point in time we are only seeing patients age 16 and up. Check back in the future, as we plan on offering treatment for children and adolescents.
An online psychiatry session is essentially the same as an office visit but more convenient since patients are seen from the location of their choosing, eliminating the need for travel. Prior to the visit you can provide past history of treatment, medicines taken, and a brief status of present issues.
For more information, contact us at 9315545403
This is something to be discussed with your physician. Our goal is to customize our services to your needs.
You can pay the consultations fee using PAYUMONEY (credit card, debit card, wallets), a secured payment gateway.

 

See a psychiatrist from the comfort and safety of your own home!