Old Age Services

Medication

Problems like Alzheimer’s Dementia, Delirium, Parkinson’s Disease, Depression, Schizophrenia, Delusional Disorder, Addiction, Generalised Anxiety Disorder, OCD and Somatoform Disorder often tend to require medication. Our psychiatrist and neuro-psychiatrist will...

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Family Therapy

Family therapy might be necessary where there are disturbances in the family system. Often the problems that a person faces can be understood by going deeper into the interactions between the family members. It must be understood that the exchange between the family...

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Psychometric and Neuropsychological assessment

Psychological problems, just like physical problems,require formal testing. This is necessary for the purpose of diagnosis and treatment. Formal testing helps the psychologist or counsellor to gain more insight into the child’s problem and understand the severity of...

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Cognitive behaviour therapy

Cognitive behaviour therapy is a form of treatment that is directed at solving problems, changing unhelpful patterns of thinking and behaving. It teaches people to identify, evaluate and respond to dysfunctional thoughts and behaviour. It makes use of various...

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Psychoeducation

There are lots of wrong ideas and rumours surrounding psychiatric problems. One of the reasons could be less genuine information which people are exposed to through media and non-experts. Being misinformed can stop us from approaching a medical professional as a...

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Cognitive rehabilitation

Clients with neurological problems tend to have difficulty in attention, memory and planning among other problems. The goal of treatment is to help clients with techniques thatminimise memory problems and facilitate activities of daily living. Often it includes memory...

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Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy

Often emotional problems may be the consequence of irrational thinking. Thus changing such patterns of thinking can help one address their problems effectively and replace irrational thinking with rational thinking. The result of irrational beliefs is negative...

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Relaxation training

Learning how to relax is beneficial in various situations, this simple technique can increase energy, motivation and productivity. It also improves a person’s decision making ability. The goal of relaxation training is to make the person physically relaxed and...

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Supportive Therapy

Supportive Therapy is often used in cases of severe symptoms to restore one’s confidence and self-regard. It may be so that the person goes through a phase of workdifficulties or reduced personal effectiveness due to his symptoms. This therapy is based on...

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Behaviour Therapy

Behaviour therapy is useful in the treatment of anxiety related disorders. It makes use of techniques that are based on the principle of learning. Behaviour therapy aims at helping persons learn skills of self – management. It focuses on providing alternatives for...

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Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET)

This form of treatment is used for alcohol addiction. It involves the use of exploration of the consequences of drinking behaviour. It does not attempt to directly guide or train the client but employs strategies to enable internal motivation for changing the client’s...

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Acceptance And Commitment Therapy

This form of treatment is based on the principle that certain experiences and life conditions cannot be changed but accepted. By choosing to accept one’s life experiences, one can reduce his suffering and improve the quality of life. This treatment technique aims at...

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Diet Counselling

As people age, they have physical changes that affect their lifestyle. Some people use exercise and diet to stay healthy but some people have health issues that restrict their lifestyle. Diet counselling helps the person to create an action plan so as to adopt a...

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