Dr. Ravichandra Karkal

Dr. Ravichandra Karkal
Psychiatrist, Mangalore

MBBS, MD(Psychiatry)

Dr. Ravichandra Karkal is a consultant Psychiatrist practicing at Prashanthi Clinic, Mangalore. He is specialized in various psychiatric disorders of depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, insomnia & sleep related problems, sexual problems, child behavioral problems, autism, personality disorders, cognitive behavior therapy, relaxation techniques and more.


Psychiatrist, Prashanthi Mind Clinic, Mangalore


  • Psychiatry

  • Addiction Psychiatry

  • Adolescent Psychiatry

  • Adult Psychiatry

  • Child Psychiatry

  • Geriatric Psychiatry

  • Neuro Psychiatry

  • Psychology


  • Addiction Treatment

  • Behavior Modification

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

  • Cognitive Rehabilitation

  • Counseling Services


Psychiatrist working as Consultant psychiatrist at Prashanthi Mind Clinic, Mangalore. Believes in balancing psychopharmacology and psychotherapy to achieve a full functional recovery of an individual with psychiatric problems. Has special interest in Child and Adolescent mental health, psychological and behavioural determinants of health and disease, positive psychology and Mood and Anxiety disorders. Keeps himself updated with the latest treatment strategies. Passionate about technology and believes it can transform education and healthcare. Loves photography.


MBBS, 2009, Mysore Medical College and Research Institute, Mysuru, India

MD, 2013, Central Institute of Psychiatry, Ranchi, India

Practice Information

Prashanthi Mind Clinic, Mangalore

Prashanthi Mind Clinic, Mangalore

Basement Floor, Light House Condominium Building, Light House Hill Road, Mangalore, Karnataka - 575001


04:30 PM - 07:30 PM

Patient Experience

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Achievements & Contributions

  • Disability benefits for persons with mental illness in India:Challenges for implementation and utilisation.
  • Socially restrictive attitudes towards people with mental illness among the non-psychiatry medical professionals in a university teaching hospital in South India.
  • Life member of Indian Psychiatric Society