Non-invasive Therapy

It's a very popular, evidence-based approach. A non-invasive procedure uses the electrode to stimulate the nerve cells in the brain that generate electrical signals. When electricity is passed in small quantities, a change happens in the neurons, influencing mood. There are no side effects with only positive results. Non-invasive therapy has been found to be effective even for subjects who did not benefit much from taking medicines.
For non-invasive therapy, our psychologists use rTMS (Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation), tDCS (Transcranial direct-current stimulation), ECT (Electroconvulsive therapy) and iTBS (intermittent theta-burst stimulation).
Note: We recommend you to schedule an appointment or call us before hospital/clinic visit or for online treatment. This will avoid unnecessary waiting when our psychologist is consulting with a pre-booked client.

It’s the sole discretion of the consulting psychologist to decide if you need non-invasive therapy or any other therapy. What treatment needs to be carried out is decided at the end of the first consultation. During the first consultation, the psychologist will talk with you for an hour or more. The psychologist will analyse and try to understand the cause of the psychological or mental illness. The psychological diagnosis is explained to you at the end of the consultation. A remedy or treatment or therapy (which, of course, includes the coping mechanisms) shall be discussed with you. If more sessions are required, the psychologist will explain it to you and what you can expect from it.

Non-invasive Therapy Ideal For

Irrational fears (phobias)
Post-trauma Anxiety
Anxiety Disorders
Grief and Loss
General Life Stress
Substance Abuse & Addiction
Bad Habits
Learning Disorders
Communication Issues
Undesirable Spontaneous Behaviours
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Improve Sleep (Insomnia/Hypersomnia)
Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD)
Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)
Bipolar Disorder
Low self-esteem
Panic Disorder
Eating disorders - such as anorexia and bulimia