Common Specialities
{{speciality.keyWord}}
Common Issues
{{issue.keyWord}}
Common Treatments
{{treatment.keyWord}}
Call Doctor
Book Appointment

Dr. Shilpa Venkatesh

MA Psychology & Traning Counselling, Certificate in Hypnotherapy (CH)

Psychiatrist, Navi Mumbai

22 Years Experience  ·  5000 at clinic
Book Appointment
Call Doctor
Dr. Shilpa Venkatesh MA Psychology & Traning Counselling, Certificate in Hypno... Psychiatrist, Navi Mumbai
22 Years Experience  ·  5000 at clinic
Book Appointment
Call Doctor
Submit Feedback
Report Issue
Get Help
Services
Feed

Personal Statement

Our team includes experienced and caring professionals who share the belief that our care should be comprehensive and courteous - responding fully to your individual needs and preferences....more
Our team includes experienced and caring professionals who share the belief that our care should be comprehensive and courteous - responding fully to your individual needs and preferences.
More about Dr. Shilpa Venkatesh
I am a qualified social psychologist and an experienced counsellor dealing with different modalities of treatment. ( Non medicinal) I help people achieve health, wealth, healthy relationships and success through customized therapies. Making lives abundant with happiness and peace.

Info

Education
MA Psychology & Traning Counselling - Mumbai University - 1996
Certificate in Hypnotherapy (CH) - California Hypnosis Institute, USA - 2008

Location

Book Clinic Appointment with Dr. Shilpa Venkatesh

affirmationforme

Badrikedar sec 40Navi Mumbai Get Directions
5000 at clinic
...more
View All

Services

View All Services

Submit Feedback

Submit a review for Dr. Shilpa Venkatesh

Your feedback matters!
Write a Review

Feed

Nothing posted by this doctor yet. Here are some posts by similar doctors.

I am suffering with body pains so please tell me what iam doing without any tablets that means any exercises and yoga?

MBBS
General Physician, Jalgaon
I am suffering with body pains so please tell me what iam doing without any tablets that means any exercises and yoga?
It's very good that you are avoiding medicines Please Wake up early Do regular exercise Do regular yoga and pranayam Have a habit of walking daily for 30 minutes Avoid oily spicy and fast food Avoid rice, curd, besan Re Consult on lybrate after 15 days
1 person found this helpful
Submit FeedbackFeedback

I am not tnteligent for my education and I fell bad myself. So I do business so what I do I felling depressed? So pls help me.

Clinical Hpnotherapy, M.D.(A.M.)
Alternative Medicine Specialist, Jalandhar
I am not tnteligent for my education and I fell bad myself. So I do business so what I do I felling depressed? So pls...
If you have the will, there is always a way. Knowledge is more imp than education. Be good in what you do and success will come your way. Bach flower therapy will help you. For knowledge you tube is a good medium to help you.
Submit FeedbackFeedback

Actually I had chicken pox 2weeks back and now its has cured. But my bro got attacked by it. And iam staying near to him from 3days. And today morning I saw some pimples like chicken pox on my face again. Now iam feared that will it attack again. So please say will attack again if so will it again lasts for 10days.

MD(EH)/AM/Accupressure
Homeopath, Chandigarh
Actually I had chicken pox 2weeks back and now its has cured. But my bro got attacked by it. And iam staying near to ...
Do. Not worry. It will not appear again. Take plenty of liquids. Do not take onion spicy food and oily food. Only apply lemon juice on your face for one hour daily for five days and wash it.
1 person found this helpful
Submit FeedbackFeedback

I am 46 years old and suffering from low mood and irritation. Even any small stress keeps me very uncomfortable. My concentration level is very poor as well very low self esteem. I am in care (Egypt) not know much about the other pathy for treatment. Is it advisable to go for Psychiatry? Is there any side effect of allopathic treatment. Kindly advice me.

BASM, MD, MS (Counseling & Psychotherapy), MSc - Psychology, Certificate in Clinical psychology of children and Young People, Certificate in Psychological First Aid, Certificate in Positive Psychology, Positive Psychiatry and Mental Health
Psychologist, Palakkad
I am 46 years old and suffering from low mood and irritation. Even any small stress keeps me very uncomfortable. My c...
In my opinion, you don't need any psychiatric medicine or any other medicines. You need simple counseling to understand life and to know how to manage stress and low moods.
5 people found this helpful
Submit FeedbackFeedback

Feeling weakness, tiredness, dizziness. Used to get irritated regularly on small issues. Feel angry all the moment. What is the issue I am facing. How to over come it.

BHMS
Homeopath, Chennai
Homeopathic remedies can assist people who want to work on their emotional, mental and spiritual growth and development. The remedies can help people who strive to achieve a more positive mindset and a feeling of well being. Negative moods, thoughts and actions can bring about imbalances. Personality traits, such as impatience, fear, depression, bitterness, lack of self-confidence or motivation affect a person’s vitality and can adversely affect health. Homeopathic remedies do not profoundly change the personality of the individual. It is individual differences which make life so rich. Homeopathic remedies help to restore balance within the personality. For example, a chronic worrier can become an occasional worrier, a highly critical and judgmental person can become more tolerant, and a person with a poor self-image can gain more self-confidence. You can easily take an online consultation for further treatment guidance and permanent cure without any side effects
Submit FeedbackFeedback

My father's prostate has enlarged. What should he eat and what he should not eat. Please help. His age 78. He has blood sugar 180 pp mg /dl. And now also facing problem with speak.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
My father's prostate has enlarged. What should he eat and what he should not eat. Please help. His age 78. He has blo...
Few tips on diet say no to maida items like toast, khaari, naan, white bread. Can drink tea but without sugar say no to buffalo milk and can drink cows milk can eat brown bread can eat sprout's can eat green vegetables, can eat chappati, bajra ka rotla can eat one katori of rice twice a day with dal to avoid farsan food items can eat fruits say no to coconut water.
2 people found this helpful
Submit FeedbackFeedback

My son is taking levipil 500 mg 2 times in a day since 2 months. Today I gave the him tablet late around an hour than regular time will their be any effect.

DM - Neurology, Fellowship In Stroke Neurology, MD - General Medicine, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
Neurologist, Kolkata
Dear friend, Please do not worry as you have done the right job by giving him the medicine even though it was slightly late. It should not affect much as a safe blood level is usually maintained unless it is very late or completely missed. However please remember you need to maintain the time henceforth. Wish you all the best!
1 person found this helpful
Submit FeedbackFeedback

I have a problem now a days I am very stressful now a days what shall I do sir or madam.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
I have a problem now a days I am very stressful now a days what shall I do sir or madam.
STRESS CONTROL There are many ways to tame your stress and keep it at bay. Here are 20 tips to tame your stress today, and keep the stress monsters at bay. 1. Perform diaphragmatic or deep breathing exercises. 2. Lie face down on the floor and begin breathing deeply and slowly, with your hands resting under your face. Do this for five minutes. 3. Sit in a reclining chair. Put a hand on your abdomen and a hand on your chest. As you breathe, make sure the hand on your abdomen is moving up and down rather than one on your chest. If the hand on your abdomen is moving you are breathing deeply and slowly. 4. Try progressive muscle relaxation or “deep muscle” relaxation. Progressively tense and relax each muscle group in your body. Learn the difference between muscle tension and relaxation. 5. Meditate. Use visualization or imagery to help you learn to be one with your thoughts. Sit quietly with your eyes closed, imagining the sights, sounds and smells of your favorite place, such as a beach or mountain retreat. 6. Exercise regularly or take up yoga. 7. Consult a psychologist about the use of biofeedback 8. Make time for music, art or other hobbies that help relax and distract you. 9. Learn to identify and monitor stressors. Come up with an organized plan for handling stressful situations. Be careful not to overgeneralize negative reactions to things. 10. Make a list of the important things you need to handle each day. Try to follow the list so you feel organized and on top of things. Put together a coping plan step by step so you have a sense of mastery. 11. Keep an eye on things that might suggest you’re not coping well. For example, are you smoking or drinking more, or sleeping less? 12. Keep a list of the large and little hassles in your day versus the major stressful events in your life. This helps you focus on the fact that you’re keeping track of and managing those as well as you can. 13. Set aside a time every day to work on relaxation. 14. Avoid using caffeine, alcohol, nicotine, junk food, binge eating and other drugs as your primary means for coping with stress. While they can be helpful once in awhile, using them as your only or usual method will result in longer-term problems, such as weight problems or alcoholism. 15. Learn to just say, “No” occasionally. It won’t hurt other people’s feelings as much as you think and is simply a method to be more assertive in your own life, to better help you meet your own needs. 16. Get the right amount of sleep. For most people, this is seven to nine hours a night. 17. Cultivate a sense of humor; laugh. 18. Research has shown that having a close, confiding relationship protects you from many stresses. 19. Don’t run from your problems! This only makes them worse. 20. Talk to your family and friends. See if they can help. If these tips don’t help, or you’ve tried a lot of them with little luck in better taming the stress in your life, it may be time to consider taking it up a notch. A mental health professional — such as a psychologist — can help teach you more effective methods for handling stress in a healthy way in your life. Such psychotherapy is short-term and time-limited, with a focus on helping you better deal with stress.
Submit FeedbackFeedback

I Work for a MNC and my job is full of stress I exhaust it with a stick of cigarette every time I feel like, I smoke almost 15 - 18 cigarettes a day and I feel some pain in my lungs some times especially when I wake up in the morning, usually I cough coz of mucus, I've done my blood test and every other stuff and I found it to be normal but I don't know for how much long time as I'm just 24 I want to have smoke free life can anyone please help me out of it. I beg please.

Masters in Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Lucknow
Hi, free smartphone and tablet apps may be another helpful way to plan your quit. Apps such as the national cancer institute's quitpal can help you set goals, track your progress, and share your struggles and successes with family and friends. Quitpal can also support you with text reminders. Here are some other ways to get ready to quit smoking: set your goals. To achieve a long-term goal like quitting smoking, you may find it helpful to break the task into smaller goals. Every time you reach a goal, you feel a sense of pride along the path to becoming tobacco-free. A personal action plan can help you reach your goals. Set your goals clearly. Write down your goals, or tell someone what you are trying to do. Goals should include" by when" or" how long" as well as" what. For example" I will track my smoking for 1 week, starting tomorrow. Or" I will cut back from 20 cigarettes a day to 15 by this time next week. Set a quit date, and stick to it. This is an important step. Choosing a good time to quit can greatly improve your chances of success. Avoid setting your quit date on high-stress days, such as holidays. Reward yourself for meeting your goals. Quitting smoking is a difficult process, and each small success deserves credit. If you don't meet a goal, don't punish yourself. Instead, hold back on a reward until you achieve your goal. For example, give yourself something special if you succeed. Pace yourself. You may want or need to quit slowly by reducing the number of cigarettes you smoke each day over the course of several weeks. Set a comfortable pace. Certain activities won't be temptation-free for many months after you quit. Be realistic. You may feel very excited and positive about your plan for change. Be sure to set realistic goals-including a timeline for quitting-that you can meet. For example, your goal could be to cut back from 20 cigarettes a day to 10. Make some changes. Get rid of all cigarettes, ashtrays, and lighters after your last cigarette. Throw away pipes or cans of snuff. Also, get rid of the smell of smoke and other reminders of smoking by cleaning your clothes and your house, including curtains, upholstery, and walls. Don't let people smoke in your home. Take the lighter out of your car. Try some methods to reduce smoking, such as gradually increasing the time between cigarettes, before your official quit date. A smoking tracker can help you keep track of what triggers urge you to use tobacco. This gives you important information on when it's toughest for you to resist. 2. Get support you will have a better chance of quitting successfully if you have help and support from your family, friends, and coworkers. Others sources of support include: your doctor. He or she can help you put together a plan of medicines and nicotine replacement therapy (nrt) that works for you. This could be chantix or the nicotine patch, or maybe the nicotine patch along with gum for those times you need something more. Phone support (1-800-quit now). Telephone counselors can help you with practical ideas. Often they are people who have quit smoking themselves. Social networking. Many smartphone or tablet quit-smoking apps allow you to share your progress with your friends and family. This is a way you can get the extra support and encouragement you need when you're having a hard time or when you want to celebrate a new smoke-free milestone. Talk to a friend who used to smoke, and ask him or her to be a support person you can call when the going gets rough. Try a quit smoking program on the internet. These often have chat rooms. People who use telephone, group, one-on-one, or internet counseling are much more likely to stop smoking than people who try to quit on their own. Actionset. Gif quitting smoking: getting support if a partner or friend is quitting, you can help. Actionset. Gif quitting smoking: helping someone quit 3. Learn new skills and behaviors since you won't be smoking, decide what you are going to do instead. Make a plan to: identify and think about ways you can avoid those things that make you reach for a cigarette (smoking triggers), at least at first. Try to change your smoking habits and rituals. Think about situations in which you will be at greatest risk for smoking. Make a plan for how you will deal with each situation. Change your daily routine. Take a different route to work, or eat a meal in a different place. Every day, do something that you enjoy. Cut down on stress. Calm yourself or release tension by reading a book, taking a hot bath, or digging in your garden. See the topic stress management for ways to reduce stress in your life. Spend time with nonsmokers and people who have stopped smoking. Start seeing yourself as a person who is making healthy choices. Try chewing gums knickwic or nicorette to get rid of smoking be prepared for relapse most people are not successful the first few times they try to quit smoking. If you start smoking again, don't feel bad about yourself. A slip or relapse is just a sign that you need to change your approach to quitting. If any signs of withdrawl consult a doctor. Do not worry you will be able to change.
1 person found this helpful
Submit FeedbackFeedback
View All Feed

Near By Doctors

Dr. Omkar Mate

MBBS, Diploma In Psychological Medicine, Diploma In National Board In Psychiatry
Psychiatrist
Midas Clinic, 
300 at clinic
Book Appointment
86%
(10 ratings)

Vaibhav Srivastava

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, DNB - Psychaitry
Psychiatrist
Dr.Jairaj's Hospital, 
0 at clinic
Book Appointment

Dr. Rahul Bhatambre

Diploma In Clinical Psychiatry, MBBS
Psychiatrist
Mansparsh Neuro Mind Care Clinic, 
0 at clinic
Book Appointment

Dr. Kedar Tilwe

D.N.B. Psychiatry, Diploma In Psychological Medicine (Psychiatry), MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
Psychiatrist
Dr. Tilwe Nursing Home, 
300 at clinic
Book Appointment