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Counselling with Vineet Gairola

Psychology, Psychoanalysis, Analytical Psychology, Music Psychology

  • 45 minutes
  • 1,200 Indian rupees
  • Zoom

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“Therapy is as much about a recovery of faith as it is about a movement towards being love.” —Vineet Gairola Qualifications: M.A. Psychology from Ambedkar University Delhi (8.74 CGPA), Diploma in Community Mental Health from NIMHANS, UGC NET-JRF qualified with 99.78 percentile, Ph.D. Psychology from IIT Hyderabad (pursuing), Registered with the Counsellor Council of India (CRN No.: CRN6783107). “For the past 11 years, I am established in the field of psychology as a student, for 5 years as a researcher, and for 2 years as a teacher. I use an eclectic approach for counseling—a blend of psychodynamic, analytical, and humanistic approaches. I am the first person from India to win the Stephen Mitchell Award 2021 given by the American Psychological Association (Div. 39). I have certifications from the Harvard Medical School and the American Red Cross. I chaired a session on Ethnographic Archives at the British Forum for Ethnomusicology-Royal Musical Association (BFE-RMA) Research Students’ Conference hosted by the University of Cambridge (12th – 14th January 2021) and have given a Guest Lecture at Karnavati University, Gujarat titled “Psychological Exploration of Culture and Psyche” on September 22, 2020 (online). I have worked as an Adjunct Faculty of Psychology at Ambedkar University Delhi during the times of COVID-19. Whilst providing guidance and counseling to students, I facilitated the timely and successful completion of the Psychological Testing course. Earlier, I worked as a Research Assistant in the Department of Educational Psychology and Foundations of Education (DEPFE), NCERT, New Delhi, an eminent institution of the Government of India, where I assisted research on the relationship between school climate and student outcomes. I taught Gestalt therapy to students and teachers who opted for Diploma in Guidance and Counselling at NCERT. I have volunteered as a part-time qualitative researcher at an NGO named project CACA (Children Against Child Abuse). I have presented my ideas in national and international conferences (in Europe, Indonesia, Australia, America, and in the different parts of India) with work published in international journals, newspapers, magazines, and blogs. Psychology is about remaining like a dewdrop on a leaf—attached and detached both at the same time. The starting point of all change is total acceptance of oneself.” Contact: Email: vineetworkz@gmail.com

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