Psychological Counselling

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A common trend while assessing couples trying to conceive is the psychological effects that the couple is burdened with as soon as they are diagnosed with some type of infertility issues.

This psychological burden inturn affects the process of conception adversely & results in a vicious circle from which the patient shall find it hard to break out of.

In lieu of such a situation we at Hegde Fertility Center advice the Patient to destress through a consultation with Dr. Krishna Murthy, a very experienced psychiatrist. Book your appointment with Dr. Krishna Murthy by hitting the “book appointment” button, his profile and experience Is mentioned below,

Dr. Krishna Murthy Kavirayani

Psychiatrist

D.P.M (2yrs 2mon), M.D. (Psy) (2yrs)

Experience: 40 Years

Dr. Krishna Murthy is a dedicated psychiatrist with more than 40 Years of experience. He has gained a prodigious status in the field of psychiatry after winning many awards for his exemplary contribution to the field of psychiatry both in terms of research & in terms of patient care.

He has published many papers in the field for different major publications in India & overseas. A well recognised name in the field of psychiatry and a dedicated doctor.

Below is a brief summary of his career:

Jan 2013 – April 2016

Professor and H.O.D, Department of   Psychiatry, Narayana Medical college , Nellore ( P.G institute and super Speciality hospital) with post graduate courses in all basic specialities and 6 super speciality courses.

  • Nature of work : Post graduate and undergraduate teacher, clinical research and administrative activitie besides clinical work (20 Psychiatry inpatient facility)

August 2001 to January 2013

Worked as Professor and H.O.D Department of Psychiatry , Fr.Muller Medical college, Magalore , India . A 1000 bed Multi speciality teaching hospital with 150 Undergraduate students Per year

  • Nature of work : clinical, teaching & Research:
  1. Attended all the national conferences of “Indian Psychiatric Society ‘for more than 10years.
  2. Attended Annual Conference of Indian Psychiatric Society , South Zone for more than 10years,
  3. Acted as a resource person in Annual Postgraduate Training Programmes organized by the Indian Psychiatric Society
  4. Organized a Post Graduate Training Programme of the Indian Psychiatric Society, South Zone in June 2003 at Mangalore
  5. Attended various continuing medical education Programmes in Psychiatry and acted as a resource person at the state conference and local medical college levels

Research & Publications:

  1. A study of Phenomenology of Depression”,
  2. Cross sectional study of obsessive, Compulsive neurosis” Bangalore University,
  3. Phenomenology of obsessive, compulsive neurosis”.
  4. Hypoglycemic Encephalopathy after accidental ingestion of Glybenclamide in a non diabetic girl”- Indian Psychiatric Society- Bangalore.
  5. Toxic Psychosis following accidental Dapsone Ingestion”- won an award of Indian Psychiatric Society.
  6. Feminine and Masculine prejudice in normals and clinically diagnosed patients”-Indian Psychology Association, Coimbatore, India.
  7. Home or Care Home which is better in Dementia care –49th Annual Conference of Indian Psychiatric Society, Kanpur.
  8. Prevention of Alzhemer’s Disease-is it possible? News letter, Indian Psychiatry Society
  9. Premenstrual syndrome in Psychotic disorders Dr. K Krishna Murthy-& Mohit Trivedi.
  10. Obsessive compulsive neurosis and Psychosis-,Dr.K.Krishnamurthy. Kerala Journal of Psychiatry.
  11. Empowerment of the mentally ill By Dr. K. Krishnamurthy & Ms. Premila Saldanha: Kerala journal of Psychiatry, Random thoughts on suicide –Dr. K. Krishnamurthy, in a book Suicide Prevention
  12. Dr. K. Krishnamurthy :‘EGAS MONIZ and the Nobel prize’ – Muller Jl.of Medical sciences and research, Krishnamurthy.K
  13. Study of Cognitive functions in Breast cancer patients