Psychological problems can be defined as change in activities and conduct, mainly noticeable through person’s inability to do normal daily routine. Psychological problems affect individual’s capability to think, react, feel and take decisions. Gradually, problems get worse and have an effect on work, efficiency, marital life, family and social life. The symptoms are quite noticeable and one needs to look for a good psychologist to discuss your problems.

Self diagnosis or analysis by close friends or family members is the primary way to identify if one needs psychological help. Some of the red flags mentioned below can help in identifying the problem and approaching for psychological help timely.

Am I creating personal or social distress? ….. Yes or No

Am I feeling vulnerable? …..Yes or No

Am I able to give my best at work or at home? ..... Yes or No

Types of Psychological Problems:

  • Anxiety Disorder
  • Childhood Disorders
  • Depression
  • Family Problems
  • Impulsive Control Disorder
  • Personality Disorders
  • Schizophrenia