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Dr. Bhaskar Raju is our award winning medical director. He began his private practice at Orlando Psychiatric Associates Inc. in 2005. He completed his medical degree at the prestigious S.V. University in India. He was chosen to attend the Psychiatry residency training program at the University of Minnesota Hennepin- Regions Medical Center, which he completed in 2002. He was one of a select few clinicians selected for a fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Miami-Jackson Memorial Hospital, which he completed in 2004. After his studies were completed Dr. Raju selected Orlando, FL as his home and began serving our community with exceptional care in 2005. The Patients' Choice Awards recognized Dr. Raju as one of Florida's favorite physicians, in 2010 and awarded him the Most Compassionate Doctor Award, in 2011. In 2014, Dr. Raju was voted as a Top 10 Specialist by Vitals, Inc Dr. Raju's special interests and clinical expertise include the care and treatment of ADHD, learning disorders, Autistic Spectrum disorders, Bipolar disorder, Depression, Stress, marital dysfunctions, substance abuse, anxiety disorders as well as schizophrenia. Dr. Raju believes in the effectiveness of individualized care and designs a treatment/care plan specific to each patient's unique needs.
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"There's no right or wrong way to manage your mental illness. You are not less of a person for needing medication or having to go to therapy multiple times a week. If something helps your mental health, take the time to do it. don't stop, no matter what other people think."