Dr. Devavrat Harshe

Dr. Devavrat Harshe
Psychiatrist, Kolhapur

MBBS, MD (Psychiatry)

Dr. Devavrat Harshe is a consultant Psychiatrist associated with Dhanvantri Medicare, Kolhapur.

Experience

Junior resident, Psychiatry, Dr D Y Patil Hospital, Nerul, Navi Mumbai June, 2011 -  May, 2014

Senior resident, Psychiatry, Lokmanya Tilak Municipal General Hospital, Mumbai August, 2014 -  January, 2015

Senior Resident, School Mental Health Clinic, B Y L Nair Municipal Charitable Hospital, Mumbai February, 2015 -  April, 2015

Consulting Psychiatrist, Dhanvantari MindCare, Kolhapur April, 2015 -  Present

Specialities

  • Psychiatry

Procedures

  • Addiction Treatment

  • ADHD Testing

  • Alcohol Testing

  • Behavior Modification

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Expertise

Experienced with adult psychiatry and major psychiatric illnesses: schizophrenia, bipolar and other mood disorders, depression, anxiety and stress mangement, OCD, alcohol and substance dependence, dementia.

Experienced in child and adolescent academic difficulties, scholastic backwardness, learning disabilities. 

Education

Practice Information

Dhanvantari Mindcare, Kolhapur

Dhanvantari Mindcare, Kolhapur

2430/A, Maurya Complex, Next to Bank of Maharashtra, Khari Corner, Kolhapur, Maharashtra - 416010

MON - SAT

04:00 PM - 08:00 PM

Patient Experience

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Achievements & Contributions

  • 1) Dr A K Naik Best Research Paper Award - Bombay Psychiatric Society, April 2013.
  • 2) Dr A V Shah Best Research Paper Award -  44th Annual Conference of Indian Psychiatric Society, Western Zonal Branch, Goa. October 2013 
  • 3) Bombay Psychiatric Society Silver Jubilee Best Research Paper Award - 66th Annual Conference of Indian Psychiatric Society, Pune. January 2014
  • 4) Prof Dr L P Shah Best Research Paper Award - Bombay Psychiatric Society, April 2014.
  • 5) Dr P C Shastri Best Research Paper Award - 2nd D Y Patil Symposium on Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, March 2015.
  • 6) Dr Ramesh Patel Best Poster Award - 2nd D Y Patil Symposium on Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. March 2015.
  • Harshe DG, Kumar R, Abraham D, Mate OS, Ramakrishnan A, Cholera R, Kale SS. Facial affect recognition and phenomenological variables in schizophrenia. Presented at Annual Day Clinical Meeting of Bombay Psychiatric Society for Dr L P Shah Best Paper Award – April, 2013.
  • Harshe DG, Shetty A, Rai SK, Mate OS, Ramakrishnan A, Cholera R, Kale SS A study to assess clinical and biochemical predictors for development of delirium tremens in patients suffering from alcohol withdrawal syndrome. Presented at Annual Day Clinical Meeting of Bombay Psychiatric Society for Dr A K Naik Best Paper Award – April, 2013.   
  • Harshe DG, Mate OS, Cholra RM, Kale SS. Critical drop hypothesis: A novel hypothesis for severity of alcohol withdrawal and development of delirium tremens. Presented at the 44th Annual Conference of Indian Psychiatric Society, Western Zonal Branch for Dr A V Shah Best Paper Award session, Goa. October 2013.
  • Abraham D, Desai RA, Harshe DG, Ramakrishnan A, Martin A, Cholera RM, Kale SS. A study of depressive and cognitive psychopathology in Indian elderly. A comparative study between institutionalized and community based elderly. Presented at the 44th Annual Conference of Indian Psychiatric Society, Western Zonal Branch for Free paper session, Goa. October 2013.
  • Harshe DG, Mate OS, Cholra RM, Kale SS. Critical drop hypothesis: A novel hypothesis for severity of alcohol withdrawal and development of delirium tremens. Presented at the 66th Annual Conference of Indian Psychiatric Society for Bombay Psychiatric Society Silver Jubilee Best Paper Award session, Pune. January 2014.
  • Harshe DG, Ahmed Z, Mate OS, Cholera RM, Kale SS. Pregnancy brain: truth or myth. A comparative cross-sectional study of cognitive functions in pregnancy and child bearing age. Presented at the Annual Day Clinical Meeting of Bombay Psychiatric Society for Dr L P Shah Best Paper Award. April, 2014.
  • Harshe DG, Abraham D, Mate OS, Cholera RM, Kale SS. A study of facial emotion recognition patterns in patients diagnosed with schizophrenia across disease variables, their asymptomatic parents and control groups. Presented at the 1st Global Conference of Biological Psychiatry for Asha Hospital Best Paper Award, Delhi. September, 2014.
  • Harshe DG, Ahmed Z, Mate OS, Cholera RM, Kale SS. Pregnancy brain: truth or myth. A comparative cross-sectional study of cognitive functions in pregnancy and child bearing age. Presented at the 45th Annual Conference of Indian Psychiatric Society, Western Zonal Branch for Free paper session, Aurangabad. October, 2014.
  • Abraham D, Harshe DG, Ramakrishnan A, Cholera RM, Kale SS. A study of relapse precipitants in alcohol use disorders. A cross sectional study. Presented at the 67th Annual Conference of Indian Psychiatric Society for Free Paper Session, Hyderabad, January 2015.
  • Desai R, Abraham D, Harshe DG, Ramakrishnan A, Cholera RM, Kale SS. A study of depressive and cognitive psychopathology in Indian elderly. A comparative study between institutionalized and community based elderly. Presented at the 67th Annual Conference of Indian Psychiatric Society, for Free Poster session, Hyderabad. January 2015
  • Harshe DG, Rajani S, Karia SB, De Sousa A, Bharati AS, Shah NB. Smartphone and internet: an addictive cocktail. A comparative cross-sectional study of smartphone usage patterns in a tertiary care teaching hospital. Presented at the D Y Patil Symposium on Child and Adolescent Psychiatry for Dr P C Shastri Award session, Nerul, Navi Mumbai, March 2015.
  • Enagandula R, Harshe DG, Subramanyam AA, Kamath RM. A study of parenting styles in children suffering from specific learning disability. Presented at the D Y Patil Symposium on Child and Adolescent Psychiatry for Dr P C Shastri Award session, Nerul, Navi Mumbai, March 2015.
  • Chepure A, Harshe DG, Somaiyya M, Subramanyam AA, Kamath RM. Clinical and neurodevelopmental profile in autism. Experience from a speciality autism clinic at a tertiary care teaching hospital. Presented at the D Y Patil Symposium on Child and Adolescent Psychiatry for Dr Ramesh Patel Best Poster Award session, Nerul, Navi Mumbai, March 2015.
  • 1) Life member, Bombay Psychiatric Society
  • 2) Life member, Kolhapur Psychiatric Association
  • 3) Life member,  Indian Psychiatric Society
  • 4) Life member,  Indian Association of Biological Psychiatry