Dr. Chamakalayil is a highly accomplished and compassionate psychiatrist with a strong dedication to improving the mental well-being of individuals through a variety of therapeutic approaches, including interventional psychiatry.
With a diverse educational background and extensive clinical experience, Dr. Chamakalayil brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the field of interventional psychiatry.
Dr. Chamakalayil embarked on his medical journey at Drexel University College of Medicine in Philadelphia, PA, where he completed an accelerated BS/MD program. Upon completion, Dr. Chamakalayil pursued his residency in General Psychiatry at Temple University Hospital, where he served as Chief Resident.
Driven by a passion for helping children and adolescents overcome their own struggles, Dr. Chamakalayil sought further specialization in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. He completed his fellowship training at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, D.C. where he served as Clinical Chief Fellow. After completing his training, Dr. Chamakalayil relocated to Central Florida, where he has been practicing for over two years.
Throughout his career, Dr. Chamakalayil has had the privilege of treating patients of all different socio-economic backgrounds and levels of disease complexity. These experiences have taught him to lead with a very individualized approach that is tailored to each of his patients.
As an interventional psychiatrist, Dr. Chamakalayil has dedicated himself to providing innovative treatments to his patients. His expertise in interventional approaches, such as Electro-Convulsive Therapy and psychiatrist led IV Ketamine therapy, has positively impacted the lives of numerous individuals struggling with treatment-resistant depression and other illnesses.
His dedication to providing personalized care, incorporation of various therapeutic modalities, and focus on staying at the forefront of advancements in the field of psychiatry make Dr. Chamakalayil a trusted and respected professional in his community.