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 consequence of which chances of recovery are lowered. Psychoeducation is a term that mental health professionals use to denote correct information regarding the mental illness that is provided to the client as well as his care-givers. During psychoeducation misconceptions are clarified, queries are answered and detailed information is provided regarding the clients source of the problem, its outcome and the treatment which is to be followed. Psychoeducation is necessary inmany mental conditions such as depression, bipolar disorder, OCD, schizophrenia, drug addiction, conversion, personality disorder.