Current Office Bearers
Dr Ashish Srivastava
Hon. Vice President
Dr Abhijit Nadkarni
Dr Wenona Fernandes
Dr Akshada Amonkar
Dr Saumitra Nemlekar
Dr Tanvi Pednekar
Members of the Executive Council
1. Dr Ravindra Agrawal
2. Dr Samina Khan
3. Dr Jaiprada Kanekar
4. Dr Anil Rane ( I.P.P.)
Objectives of the Psychiatric Society of Goa
Visit our page on mental health wellbeing during lockdown ( COVID 19)
Psychiatric Society of Goa is pleased to announce an annual award for sensitive and responsible reporting on mental health issues.
The award for 2019 has been given to
Ms Danuska da Gama, Navhind Times
Award winning article:
Psychiatric Society of Goa in partnership with Sangath Centre - Goa, COOJ Mental Health Foundation and Antarman Centre for Psychosocial Wellbeing has established a free mental health helpline to deal with emotional distress during the lockdown.
DR MARIA ADÉLIA PERES E COSTA
CME: Non pharmacological management of ADHD
ADVANCES IN PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
( Dr Ashish Srivastava)
FIRST AID IN CSA & POCSO
( Dr Bhooshan Shukla)
22nd October 2016, Acacia Palms, Colva
Dr Shukla and Dr Bhide have made available their presentations for the members of the Society. Tghese are available for download via the members-only section after logging in.
We strongly condemn the irresponsible reporting of suicide by media.
" The shameful reporting of the mother daughter suicide in a major Goan English newspaper (30th July) crossed all bounds of professionalism, and more importantly, human decency. As a professional working in the field of mental health and as a human being who feels for the survivors of this sad event we condemn such crass commercialisation of human tragedy."
- Hon. Secretary,
Psychiatric Society of Goa
Problems are temporary, suicides are permanent!
Article by -
Dr Anil Rane & Dr Abhijit Nadkarni on Suicide
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( Only for members of Psychiatric Society of Goa)
Mental Health Film Festival 2016
Statement of PSG on the proposed Disability Bill
2nd Feb 2016:
Attention is drawn to the recent reports in media ( see link 1 below) about the proposed Disability Bill.
We strongly believe that no discrimination should happen to people who fight mental illness with regard to suitability to work. Mental illnesses like other chronic illnesses can be long lasting and cause disability. People fighting mental illnesses should not be denied benefits which are available to people with disabilities in other areas.
We also welcome the clarifications made by Hon. Union Minister for Women and Child Development ( see link 2 below) on this issue.
The Psychiatric Society of Goa firmly believes that people with mental illness when adequately treated are capable of holding and working on responsible jobs; they can be sincere, honest and productive employees.
We strongly recommend meaningful occupational engagement as an essential part of the treatment and societal re-integration for people with mental illness.
CME cum workshop on Child Abuse Prevention
Speaker: Dr Jagadeesh N.
Professor of Forensic Medicine, VIMS, Bangalore
Date : 22nd March 2015, Time: 9.30 am - 5pm
Venue: Hotel MiCasa, Siridao
Community alcohol initiative by PSG