Principles, problem areas and phase based delivery of IPT and Interpersonal Social Rhythms Therapy for anxiety and depression.
Understanding three factors contributing to distress or psychopathology, four problem areas to focus on, to be able to change interpersonal factors that predispose, precipitate, and perpetuate an individual’s distress. Delivering IPT in three and IPSRT in four phases.
When the satisfaction and security of another person becomes as significant to one as one’s own satisfaction and security, then the state of love exists – Harry Stack Sullivan
Amongst very few Psychiatrists, to be a practitioner, trainer and RANZCP accredited faculty and supervisor of psychotherapy. Dr Shukla works with a stable foundation in psychotherapy, from formal training and extensive practice of psychotherapy and teaching of 15 years.
Winner of ‘Best Psychotherapy of the Year’ award in 2002, by the Indian Psychiatric Society and RANZCP accredited Faculty and Supervisor of Psychotherapy and Addiction Psychiatry, accredited Faculty Adult and C-L Psychiatry, he has extensive clinical experience: Lead Consultant in Psychiatry for specialist Addiction Psychiatry service (SUMITT), Crisis and Acute Treatment Team (CATT) and GP-Shared Care. Consultant in Acute Psychiatry Inpatient Unit, Community Mental Health, Adult Prevention and Recovery Centre (PARC). Currently working in private practice and a public Dual diagnosis rehabilitation centre.
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