mental health care

My name is Dr Ghosh and I trained in psychiatry in the NHS in the United Kingdom and in psychotherapy from USA. I am a professional member of the Association of Contextual Behavioral Science based in USA. I am a layman buddhist practitioner and have been engaged in regular meditation practice for the last several years. If you are looking for sincere, qualified help for your mental health troubles, you need look no further. I am qualified to help you with

  • Psychiatric medications
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
  • Contemplative Psychotherapy
  • Supportive Psychotherapy
  • Buddhist Counseling
  • Meditation training for your mental health needs

I believe that the right kind of therapy can be crafted only by those who completely understand your problem. Not only do I spend a long time talking to you, I have the training and the skills to craft the right nature of therapy for you, be it medications or psychotherapy, or both. Please connect with me if you are suffering from mental health issues and you will find me comforting and competent. I spend a large amount of time meditating and in designing meditation and therapeutic practices for those with mental illness. Do come and meet me and I can guarantee that you will not go away dissatisfied!

In the meantime, do feel free to browse this website and use the algorithm for intense anguish given below. I hope that you will give me a chance to help.

What do you do when you feel distressed and uncomfortable?

When you feel that your anxiety or depression or any mental source of anguish is getting out of hand, we advocate that you follow the “GOD” algorithm…….

G-Get Help

Ask for help. Please do not think that mental health troubles do not warrant help. Make certain that:

  • You find someone to talk to
  • Get qualified help if need be
  • Surround yourself with people who are helpful, kind, co-operative and help you feel better


Make your troubles an object. Make it something you can look at and measure. Often, it helps to:

  • Write in a diary
  • Examine your experience-does it have a shape, a color?
  • Ask yourself this: Where is the anguish located?


Take some space and time out to acknowledge the pain. Know that this experience is:

  • Fleeting and impermanent and that it will pass
  • Focus on something neutral, like your breath
  • Realize that thoughts, sensations and feelings have essentially no substance

Next Steps…

Should you need a kind, compassionate as well as qualified guide to help you through your pain, please see what we have to offer.

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