If you are stuck and are looking for direction, I will be able to help. I’ve counselled people on a personal and professional level for many years and am fortunate to have had success. I’m more interested in your getting your strategy and direction in place than whatever fee is involved.
I am an experienced Psychiatrist with special interest in children and adolescents’ and women’s mental health. I have worked both in clinical and community settings helping children and families who are struggling with day today stresses for more than 10 years.
I have helped teachers to understand their students, mothers to cope up with day to day family struggles and parenting issues, children and adolescents to effectively deal with problems at school and family. I have also shared my experiences with school and university students, students in fields of medicine, psychiatry, psychology , Sociology and Counselling and junior doctors on various issues commonly faced during student years/early career.
I continue to work in the field of public education sharing my knowledge and experience in the mental health hoping for a change towards a healthy society through a healthy mind.
Most of all I am ready to listen to you and guide you on your life journey to achieve success.
If you’re a doctor, my credentials are clear and I can assist with planning future career paths and work/life balance issues. Sadly I’ve looked after many doctors professionally, and would prefer to assist doctors on a mentorship basis before psychosocial issues become mental health issues.
If you’re not a doctor, I’d probably be most useful to you if you’re a little bit older, having tried a few things, and wanting to take stock of what you’ve accomplished and what else lies in store for you.
My knowledge base is in several eclectic domains, but the fundamental unifying basis is listening. I’ll do my best to listen to what you need, and help you to hear it too. Within a mentoring paradigm I would not be your psychiatrist, but will work with the aim that both of us come away from the experience having learned something.