Ms. Shanta Batacharia

Ms. Shanta Batacharia

Mental Health Specialist, Psychotherapist

Specialist in: Depression

Reference Number: BACP520376REG. ACCRD

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Experience

Training

  • Sp. Dip. Cross culture counselling School of counselling and Psychotherapy Regent`s college London1998
  • Post Graduate Diploma Psychodynamic psychotherapyUniversity of London1998
  • Diploma iRelationship counsellingTavestock Centre2001

About Me

Reference Number: BACP520376REG. ACCRD

Expertise in

Languages

  • English
  • Hindi
  • Bengali

Services

  • Fee
    Indicative prices for private patients (without health insurance).
    Information submitted on: May 2017
  • First visit Dietetics
  • First visit Mental Health From £ 75
  • Subsequent visits Mental Health From £ 60
  • Home visit Mental Health
  • First visit Osteopathy
  • First visit Psychotherapy From £ 70
  • Subsequent visits Psychotherapy From £ 75
  • Home visit Psychotherapy
  • Treatment of special needs patients From £ 70
  • Adult mental health assesment and treatment From £ 80
  • Couples Therapy From £ 85
  • Mental status tests From £ 85
  • Transcultural psychiatry From £ 85

Ms. Shanta Batacharia's Answers

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No not at all.
It is a medical condition.
Life event has an influence over it.
It can be stabilised with therapy and medication.

Ms. Shanta Batacharia

Ms. Shanta Batacharia

Mental Health Specialist, Psychotherapist

London

I am sure the stressful experience you had has not been processed significantly tby psychological intervention. . It is difficult to conclude it as PTSD without proper assessment ie checking DSM 4 criteria for PTSD. and where your condition fit in.

Ms. Shanta Batacharia

Ms. Shanta Batacharia

Mental Health Specialist, Psychotherapist

London

It is difficult to answer your question. You have to be honest about what is your trigger, how often you smoke, what happens if you didnot smoke and what happens when you smoke.
I suggest it is good to have an assessment .
Best wishes

Ms. Shanta Batacharia

Ms. Shanta Batacharia

Mental Health Specialist, Psychotherapist

London

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