Dr. Jaiganesh. S

Dr. Jaiganesh. S

Associate Professor, PSYCHIATRY

Designation : Associate Professor

Qualification :

MBBS (2009) from The Tamil Nadu Dr MGR Medical University

MD in Psychiatry (2014) from The Tamil Nadu Dr MGR Medical University

Email :jai@aiimsmangalagiri.edu.in

Research Profile

Area of Interest

  • Cognitive Behaviour Therapy


  • Life member of Indian Psychiatric society

Books / Chapters

1. Jaiganesh Selvapandiyan Adolescents, Asperger syndrome, depression and cognitive behavioural therapy. In: Colin Martin, editor. Handbook of Lifespan cognitive behaviour therapy. Elsevier; 2023.

2. Jaiganesh Selvapandiyan Borderline personality disorder and cognitive behavioural therapy in an adult. In: Colin Martin, editor. Handbook of cognitive behaviour therapy by disorder. 1 st ed. Elsevier; 2023.


1 Jaiganesh Selvapandiyan. (2022) Adapting cognitive behaviour therapy for tele-psychotherapy services for COVID-19. Psychiatry Research. Volume 311, May 2022, 114483
2 Jaiganesh Selvapandiyan. (2021) A pragmatic therapeutic approach to address the attrition of adolescents and young adults with borderline personality disorder in dialectical behavior therapy programs. Prim Care Companion CNS Disord. 23(3):20l02596.
3 Jaiganesh Selvapandiyan (2020) The negative side of Culture-based CBTs: An example from India. Asian Journal of Psychiatry. Volume 52, August 2020
4 Jaiganesh Selvapandiyan (2020) Rebuttal of Sudhir et al. (2019) critique of the Selvapandiyan (2019) systematic review of the status of CBT in India. Asian Journal of Psychiatry, Volume 47, January 2020
5 Thirunavukkarasu Arun Babu & Jaiganesh Selvapandiyan. (2020) The Psychological Effects of COVID-19 Pandemic Related Lockdown in Children. Indian Pediatrics volume 57.
6 Jaiganesh Selvapandiyan (2019) Improvising pragmatic cognitive-behavioral therapy for depressed adolescents with Asperger syndrome. Prim Care Companion CNS Disord. 21(3):18l02381.
7 Jaiganesh Selvapandiyan (2019) Status of cognitive behaviour therapy in India: Pitfalls, limitations and future directions—A systematic review and critical analysis, Asian Journal of Psychiatry 41 (2019) 1–4
8 Jaiganesh Selvapandiyan, Vasu S, Venkatasamy R. (2018) Strangulated child’s psychological trauma intervened with imagery-based cognitive therapy. Aust N Z J Psychiatry. 52(5):492-493.
9 Menon V, Shanmuganathan B, Jaiganesh Selvapandiyan, Arun AB, Kuppili PP, Sarkar S. (2018) Personality traits such as neuroticism and disability predict psychological distress in medically unexplained symptoms: A three-year experience from a single centre. Personal Ment Health. 12(2):145-154.
10 Menon V, Shanmuganathan B, Jaiganesh Selvapandiyan, Arun AB, Sarkar S. (2017) Efficacy of Adjunctive Single Session Counseling for Medically Unexplained Symptoms: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Indian J Psychol Med. 39(5):641-647.
11 Menon V, Jaiganesh Selvapandiyan, Rajkumar RP, Selvakumar N. (2017) Neuroleptic malignant syndrome (or malignant extrapyramidal autonomic syndrome): Time to revisit diagnostic criteria and terminology? Aust N Z J Psychiatry. 51(1):102.
12 Menon V, Subramanian K, Jaiganesh Selvapandiyan. Psychiatric Presentations Heralding Hashimoto’s Encephalopathy: A Systematic Review and Analysis of Cases Reported in Literature. J Neurosci Rural Pract. 2017 Apr-Jun;8(2):261-267.
13 Jaiganesh Selvapandiyan Harshini M, Selvakumar N, Bharadwaj B, Menon V. (2016) _Maintenance lorazepam for treatment of recurrent catatonic states: A case series and implications. Asian J Psychiatr. 22:147-9.
14 Jaiganesh Selvapandiyan, Menon V, Selvakumar N, Rajkumar RP. (2016) Treatment-Emergent Psychosis with Disulfiram in a Patient With Late-Onset Alcohol Use Disorder and No Contributory Factors. J Clin Psychopharmacol; 36(5):535-7.
15 Selvakumar N, Jaiganesh Selvapandiyan, Menon V, Rajkumar RP. (2016) Black hairy tongue (Lingua villosa nigra) in a young male precipitated by Lithium. Asian J Psychiatr. 24:71-72.
16 Menon V, Shanmuganathan B, Babu Arun A, Jaiganesh Selvapandiyan, Selvakumar N, Sarkar S. (2016) A qualitative analysis of explanatory models in medically unexplained physical symptoms presenting to a tertiary health care psychiatric facility in South India. Int J Soc Psychiatry. 62(7):608-615.
17 Menon V, Rajkumar RP, Jaiganesh Selvapandiyan  Selvakumar N. (2016) Atypical neuroleptic malignant syndrome in a young male precipitated by oral sodium valproate. Aust N Z J Psychiatry. 50(12):1208-1209.
18 Ramasamy J, Arumugam S, Jaiganesh Selvapandiyan. (2014) Atypical delusional content in a case of persistent delusional disorder: freud revisited. Indian J Psychol Med. 36(4):431-3.