Ms. Geetika Virdi is currently working as a Counselling Psychologist with Fortis Healthcare. Ms. Geetika Virdi has done her Masters in Clinical Psychology from Tata Institute of Social Sciences and holds a degree in Psychology Honors from Delhi University. While she deals with a wide array of clinical concerns on a daily basis, Ms. Geetika Virdi's chief areas of interest include adolescent mental health and working for women's psychological well-being.
Fortis La Femme, Greater Kailash
Ms. Geetika Virdi is one of the leading Psychologists in Delhi and has immense expertise in her field. Her work is centered on working with women, to enhance their coping and adjustment to various life transitions such as pregnancy, child birth, infertility and loss.
Psychology Honors from Delhi University. Masters in Clinical Psychology from Tata Institute of Social Sciences.
Monday - Friday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
A psychologist is someone who studies abnormal and normal mental states, emotional, cognitive, and social processes, and behavior by observing, interpreting, and recording how people relate to one another and to their surroundings. While talk therapy often comes to the mind when people hear the word psychologist, this profession actually incorporates a wide range of specialty areas which include things such as animal research and organizational behavior.
Clinical psychologists diagnose and treat people who experience psychological distress and mental illness. They also conduct psychotherapy and develop treatment plans and are often seen working in mental health clinics, hospitals, and private practice.
Psychologists focus on psychotherapy and treating emotional and mental suffering with behavioral intervention. Psychologists are also qualified to conduct psychological testing but in most cases, cannot prescribe medications to their patients.
Psychologist treat mental illness by using a treatment method called 'Psychotherapy' and sometimes referred to as 'talking therapy'.
It allows the patient to:
It has been already proved that these treatments work well for emotional, mental and behavioral issues.
Because a psychiatrist is a trained MD, he or she can prescribe medications and spend much of their time with patients on medication management throughout the course of treatment. But psychologists can not prescribe medications and focus extensively on psychotherapy (Talking Therapy) and treating mental and emotional suffering in their patients with behavioral intervention.