About Dr. Harsha GT
With more than 11 years of expertise in the field of psychiatry, Dr . Harsha GT is a highly certified and experienced psychiatrist. He specializes in treating substance abuse of various intensities and complexity, anxiety disorders, mood swings, and borderline personality disorder. Dr. Harsha GT obtained his medical degree from the Adichunchanagiri Institute of Medical Sciences. He completed his MD in Psychiatry from JSS Medical College, Mysore, and secured sponsorship for Fellowship in Women’s Mental Health and Mother-Baby Mental Health from St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne, Australia through the Overseas Specialists Scholarship Program.
In the past, Dr . Harsha GT held positions as a consultant psychiatrist at Columbia Asia Hospital, Yeshwantpur, Bengaluru, and Sri Matha Psychiatric Hospital, Kundapur D.K. In Rajajinagar, Bengaluru, Dr . Harsha GT has served as a consultant psychiatrist for Mind Space Neuropsychiatric Care. At the moment, Dr. Harsha GT is employed by BGS Global Hospitals in Kengeri, Bengaluru, as a consultant psychiatrist.
Dr. Harsha is a respected member of the Indian Psychiatric Society, the Karnataka chapter of the Indian Psychiatric Society, the International Society of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, and the Indian Medical Association.
His numerous scientific publications on mental health issues have increased our understanding of these conditions and significantly influenced how they are treated. He is widely recommended by patients and other doctors for psychiatry-related diagnosis and treatment.
Dr. Harsha has provided varied patients with consultations for women’s mental health, child psychiatry, and addiction medicine over the years. Patients admire him for being personable and patient during consultations in addition to his excellent treatment. During consultations, the doctor is known to have listening ears, be patient, and not rush. Dr. Harsha’s work philosophy is based on the straightforward conviction that if we listened with the goal of understanding rather than responding and passing judgment, the world would be a better place.