Dr. Varghese is Choices Psychotherapy’s Medical Director. In addition to his clinical psychiatry practice, Dr. Varghese is the Medical Director of the Minnesota Regional Sleep Disorders Center at HCMC and an Assistant Professor at the University of Minnesota where he treats Sleep Disorders.
His interests in neuroscience and consciousness drives a passion to understand human behavior in its relation to sleep and mental well being. While using up to date, evidence based data to formulate balanced treatment plans allows for positive clinical outcomes, he firmly believes that personal transformation occurs experientially through the trust of the patient doctor relationship. And thus, he sees himself simply as a guide.
Playing his guitar and composing music feeds his soul.
Depressive disorders, Anxiety disorders including phobia, social anxiety, OCD, Attention deficit disorders, Sleep disorders, Insomnia, Excessive Daytime Sleepiness, Sleep apnea, Parasomnias, Restless legs syndrome, Genotype Testing for medication sensitivity or inadequate response, Ketamine infusion for treatment-resistant depression
Media appearances and articles by Dr. Ranji Varghese:
Board certifications for Dr. Varghese include Psychiatry and Sleep Medicine.
Dr. Varghese was awarded a full scholarship to attend medical school at the University of California, Irvine, before relocating to the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota where he completed Psychiatry Residency Training as Chief Resident. He then completed a comprehensive Sleep Fellowship at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN.
Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
St. Louis Park, MN
CBT for Sleep Medicine
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Our clinical team is diverse and in keeping with our vision this allows for choice. We merge personal background and experience, education, creativity, and passion into a professional vision: commitment to diversity in both theory and practice. We make every effort to assign clinicians with respect to a client’s and/or family’s therapeutic and cultural needs.
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