Dr. Maninderpal Dhillon

Dr. Maninderpal Dhillon discusses his career as a Psychiatrist in Michigan, as well as common mental health concerns. To stay updated on the latest blogs, follow Dr. Dhillon on Medium.

Maninderpal Singh Dhillon — Popular Psychiatrist of Michigan

Maninderpal Singh Dhillon D.O. is a popular psychiatrist of Michigan. He completed his graduation from Michigan State University Residency Program and practices Psychiatry in Michigan.

Ways employers can minimize workplace stress

According to research by the American Institute of Stress, 40 percent of employees report that their job is very or extremely stressful. In the opinion of experienced psychiatrist Maninder Singh Dhillon D.O., this is much more than a mere workplace performance matter — it is a serious mental health concern, and in some cases, a crisis.

Techniques for Overcoming Situational Anxiety

More than 40 million Americans struggle with situational anxiety on a regular basis — that accounts for roughly 18% of the nation’s entire population. If you’re one of those 40 million, you’re certainly not alone.

How to Spot the Signs of Depression

Depression is more than just feeling sad; it’s an inescapable, unmanageable sensation of emptiness, hopelessness, and loneliness. While at least 17.3 million adults (more than 7%) in the United States will experience at least one major depressive episode in their lifetime, the exact symptoms, warning signs, and treatment methods vary greatly from person to person.

How to Help a Loved One Struggling with Bipolar Disorder

Helping a loved one struggling with bipolar disorder can be challenging. Navigating extreme mood swings and unpredictable behaviors is difficult for both the person with the disease and those around them. While it is essential to help manage the symptoms, it is also imperative to have a comprehensive understanding of the disease.

Mental Health Resources in Michigan

Maninderpal Singh Dhillon DO is a psychiatrist living and practicing in Michigan. He completed his studies at Michigan State University and has experience working in a variety of settings including hospitals, private practices, and community programs.

How COVID-19 is Impacting Psychiatric Care

Ever since the pandemic was announced by the World Health Organization on March 11th, 2020, we have been hyper-aware of the toll the virus might take on our healthcare systems, particularly hospitals.

Protecting Your Mental Health During a Global Pandemic

COVID-19 has negatively impacted millions of individuals through illness, unemployment, and economic uncertainty. However, one of the issues that has been compounded by the pandemic is our collective mental health. Prior to COVID-19, America’s infrastructure for mental health and addiction services was fragmented, overburdened, and underfunded.

Thrive Global Interview Dr. Dhillion

Every day I wake up, I realize that I’m serving a population that gets overlooked. This population needs the most significant help, but they get the least amount of it. As everybody knows, there’s a huge shortage of psychiatrists in the U.S., and there’s a huge demand for it. Some patients will wait 3 months to see a psychiatrist!

A Discussion with Maninderpal Singh Dhillon D.O. About Psychiatry and Covid-19

Mental health is health. I have always felt passionate about serving a community that has often been overlooked and misunderstood. Psychiatry is in great demand right now.

Psychiatrist Dr. Maninderpal Singh Dhillon Provides An In Depth Look At Clinical Depression

Contrary to what many people believe, clinical depression is not about an individual feeling unhappy or unwell from time to time. According to Dr. Maninderpal Singh Dhillon, an experienced psychiatrist who works with adult patients experiencing a range of mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety, panic disorders, bipolar disorders, psychosis, PTSD and ADHD, clinical depression is a complex and often debilitating mood disorder that can be caused by multiple factors, including (but not limited to) genetic predisposition, stress, anxiety, personality disorders, and brain chemistry.