About 14% of children and adolescents experience mental health problems. This proportion correlates to other studies internationally. Mental disorders are responsible for an estimated 11% of disease burden worldwide (thought to increase to 15% by 2020).
Mental illness in infancy, childhood or adolescence can have enduring consequences if left unresolved
Among the many adverse outcomes are reduced self-esteem or confidence, reduced educational and occupational opportunity, increased risk of substance abuse and other mental disorders, as well as increased family conflict, family breakdown and homelessness.
To prevent such adversity we introduce early intervention programs, one to one counseling sessions and treatment across all age groups starting from zero to 18 years.
My aim is to provide utmost care and prevent patients from suffering major psychiatric disorders.