Dr. Dharav Shah

11 years of experience
Psychiatrist, DPM, MD Psychiatry

Special interest in: Depression, OCD, anxiety, symptoms without any apparent physical cause, disturbed sleep, couple counselling, Sexual problems, Vaginismus

Fee: For one hour session
Rs 1500 – if family income is more than 1 Lakh/month
Rs 1250 – if family income between 75K – 1L/month
Rs 1000 – if family income between 50K – 75K/month
Adjusted – if family income less than 50K/month

Profile Summary

He has done DPM from BJMC-Pune and then MD Psychiatry from NIMHANS. Along with private practice he enjoys spreading awareness on various psychological issues. He has given around 445 talks on the issue of alcohol & tobacco addiction (YouTube: Poisons We Love). He derives his motivation partly from having himself fought OCD & stammering.

Professional Experience

Consultant Private PracticeApril 2020- Present
Planning. Training and supervision of field teamUDAAN-DMHP project (Nagpur) by Tata TrustsAugust, 2019 –March 2020
Consultant Private PracticeMarch 2018-July 2019
Training and supervision of field teamParivartan trust, Satara.November, 2016 –February, 2018
Consultant Private PracticeSeptember, 2015-October, 2016
Assistant ProfessorMGIMS Medical college, Sevagram, Wardha.January, 2015-August 2015
PsychiatristFocus on awareness workJune, 2013-December, 2014
LecturerMaharashtra Institute of Mental Health

September, 2009-March 2011


M.B.B.SBJMC, Pune. MUHS2005
MD PsychiatryNational Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences2013

Patient Testimonials


Effect of Sexual Frustration on Mental Health

Couple's Sexual Disorders | Effect on Relationship

What is sexual dysfunction?

Pain during Sex

Female Orgasm

Certificate & Licenses

MD psychiatry



Given around 445 presentations to empower youth with adequate knowledge about alcohol & tobaccoAcross India2008
1st prize in Interesting case presentation session in college conference, during DPM, titled ‘A case illustrating the transforming power of Psychiatry’.BJMC, Pune2008
1st  prize in Paper presentation in college conference as an intern, titled ‘Necessity & feasibility of Thalassaemia Prevention Program in India’BJMC, Pune2005

Patient Philosophy

I encourage people that just as we should seek professional help for other problems we face, we should seek it for our emotional hurts and mental illnesses also. Seeking help is not a sign of weakness. You only have to solve your problems. But with right guidance you can do it faster and better.


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