The Director: Pari Deshmukh MD, FAPA, FASAM

After finishing his residency at a highly renowned psychiatry program (where he served as a Chief Resident), Dr. Deshmukh started his career as a geriatric and addiction psychiatrist in Central Florida. He learned the basics of private practice, served at high posts of various medical corporations. He got triple board certified and certified as a psychotherapist. He is now serving as the Medical Director at Balanced Wellbeing LLC. Using effective leadership, administrative, research, clinical, and teaching skills and spirit of community service, Dr. Deshmukh became a health care leader and expanded work area of Balanced Wellbeing LLC exponentially over a short period of time. Today, the team of Balanced Wellbeing LLC is serving over 400 patients daily at over 160 facilities throughout various counties of central Florida and improving the mental health care of thousands of geriatric and addiction patients. Dr. Deshmukh innovated a novel and effective method of health care delivery to long term facilities (nursing and skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities) that is now shaping a new model of mental health care. His work has been recognized by various reputed local and national organizations, scientific journals, publishers, medical conferences, and pharmaceutical, research and health care companies. Dr. Deshmukh has a special interest in integrative psychiatry and meditation.  Being a meditation trainer, he volunteers for the benefit of local communities.

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Pari Deshmukh’s Prescription for Success:

Number 1: Have a connection to your inner self, or higher self

Number 2: Have Compassion: If we have compassion towards other human beings, that will automatically make us keep going.

Number 3: Have Creativity: Creativity will keep you always engaged with positive energy.

Connect with Pari:

Website and Podcast: https://www.onlinepsychiatrycare.com/
Phone Number: 1-352-445-1200

Notable quotes from Pari’s Interview:

My passion has always been connecting to people heart-to-heart, trying to make a difference, and I feel I made a right choice.

It was interesting, and at times I felt like I was not fitting in, until I realized that it really doesn’t matter. I need to be what I am, and let it be. And, I realized that the kindness of people over here that they accept things as they are, and they appreciate it.

I follow my heart, and not pay much attention to my intellect. So, When I was 8-9 years old I realized I should go to medicine, I decided that. Then, in my medical school I just felt one day I should do psychiatry, and I did that. And I felt one day I would need to go to the United States, and I just made that decision, and then I realized I had to go to central Florida, made that decision. So, just following the heart and intuition has made my life easier.

There are days when I feel like giving up, and there are days where I feel discouraged and defeated. But then when I look at the bigger picture I realize that it’s not about me, it’s about others. It’s about making a difference. It’s about making the world a better place, and that keeps me going.

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