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"The Straits Times has described Prof. Singh as being impeccable for his COUNSELLING SKILLS and Psychoanalysis ability with significant specialising in the field of RELATIONSHIP COUNSELLING, ANXIETY THERAPY, MARRIAGE COUNSELLING & DEPRESSION THERAPY and Internationally recognised his work in the field of Cognitive Neuropsychology & Brain Neuroplasticity as well as learning disabilities like Dyslexia, Autism, ADHD etc, Child Psychology and Human Behaviour Medicine. Prof. Singh - since his return to India in 2011 is the Head of the All India Body, the - Dyslexia Association of India, which is a Not For Profit Organization recognised by the Govt. Of India.Often described as an eminent thinker in the field of Psychology Prof Singh is a psychologist who is playing a vital role in the cognitive revolution in the field of psychotherapy and is very effective where cognitive-behavioural approaches as a treatment approach are concerned concerned. According to one survey of professional psychologists, Prof Singh has been ranked as a preferred Psychotherapist at this time for therapy relating to Anxiety, Relationship’s, Depression and Marriage.Prof. Singh is a respected professional in the field of Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) and Cognitive Hypnotherapy (CH), which combines gradual Hypnosis with CBT. He is also qualified in Logotherapy developed by neurologist and Psychiatrist Viktor Frankl a survivor of the Holocaust of World War II. Logotherapy combines Freudian psychoanalysis and Adlerian Individual Therapy and clients are able to overcome mental health issues without Medication. Depression, Urban Loneliness, Sadness and Mental Well-Being - will be the greatest challenge in the coming years & in his opinion - crucial and should not be ignored. These can be remediated with correct guidance and Therapy and - He encourages everyone not to suppress feelings - but seek out help, which can be provided with extreme confidentiality. Grief Counselling when a loved one passes on from this world and - is IGNORED in India and he encourages clients to come forward for assistance - to overcome this sad period. As a personal agenda Prof Singh Donates a significant part of his revenues for helping children from underprivileged families.He is regularly invited to be a part of the committee of Special Need Education of the C.B.S.E. The Psychoeducational Assessment from the Dyslexia Association of India™ are valid for submission to the C.B.S.E. He encourages every parent to have their child, from the age of 4 onwards to be Tested/Screened at least once for Dyslexia, and in the process, any form of a Learning Disability, which most likely are wide-ranging, genetically based Neurological Conditions. Prof. Singh Believes India is transitioning to Meritocracy and Academic Excellence and Mental Health & Well-Being will be and are crucial for children to Succeed in the coming years. The DAI is one out of the 4 Institutions that is approved by IIT/JEE, NID, NIFT and GMAT, GRE and all Universities in India and the US/CANADA to Certify a Student as being a valid and genuine case of "Specific Learning Disabilities" under the rPWD act 2016.VIRTUAL OR ONLINE THERAPY is very important in the Indian context and is here to stay, and though we are certainly seeing increased Interest During COVID-19, we’ve been helping clients work with VIRTUAL ONLINE therapy using ZOOM, FACE TIME, ZOOM, & GOOGLE DUO & MEET Platform’s for years now. The reality is that, VIDEO ONLINE therapy have been a very important part of our practice for years. People go on vacations, work trips, go to universities abroad or jobs in different cities and don’t want to slow down the consistency and momentum of the therapeutic work. In Fact - Virtual / Video use for therapy is a much more intimate experience than people expect, and works extremely well with getting to know individuals, couples and families. A significant number of our new clients - started with over video conferencing therapy who Prof. Singh has been seeing for awhile, who have become clients for a life time. We have also observed that a lot of couples and specially single’s are more comfortable with this process as they can reach Prof. Singh instantly over the virtual platform and he is there to assist and even speak to your family doctor about any emergency situations and explain what to focus on as over the years’s the client and the clients specific’s for mental health are well understood."Being a Psychologist and not a Medical Practitioner, he encourages people to come to a Doctor of Psychology if they are prepared to enter therapy with a degree of self reflection as Therapy have life changing results as dependency on medicines is reduced and eventually eliminated. Commitment includes time and money, and this is where the crucial difference between a Psychologist Doctor and a Medical Doctor is important to understand. As a Psychologist Prof Singh will usually give you time from 1 hour to 1.30 to 2.30 hours at a stretch, based on your booking, while a Medical Practitioner will usually meet a large number of patients in one hour. In our Practice the charges are on a 45 minute basis.
My sense of inner void, coupled with lack of purpose in life is as if I am transparent and anything positive like love or joy just passes right through me. Then I feel like it was never there at all. I have been obsessed with wanting happiness. The social and personal expectations that I should feel happy and not sad have just increased my feelings of sadness and a sense of disconnection to the people in my life and the world around me. For a very long time I have felt that I am going through the motions, and not able to contribute to the world and that my life is not what I would like it too be. It is horrible to be in a wasted marriage at the age of 38 and feel like I am not fully part of the world. I couldn’t feel anything and nothing I did made an impact on events or other people, I existed but I wasn’t alive.When you feel like everything you do is pointless and you’re just going through the motions. Just trying to fill in the time until you die. Sometimes you have fun or something good happens which can distract you for a while, but ultimately there is a hollowness inside which never goes away. I have been on opioid painkillers and completely dependent on them. I have now started psychotherapy and between the appointments I feel better control over myself. Mr Singh is very kind. I much more aware about myself and what I should be doing.The brooding is still there but the sinking feeling has gone as I know I have someone to fall back on, till the next session and I know I will be better now with time. It is a big relief
My husband and me started therapy about 1 year ago and then give it up after 2 weeks because there was internal fight in the house whether it would help us or not. Then six months ago we came back to Dr Singh and we have been in continuous therapy since then on a weekly basis this is what I have to say we came fighting and literally clawing at each others neck, and we have now reached a stage as a family. we were totally a dysfunctional family and today we are a functional family because of the persistence with which Dr Singh has helped both of us understand the flaws in our thinking. I used to be of the opinion that all marriages have the same flaws and all marriages have the same reasons for fighting and becoming dysfunctional, but after going through psychological therapy I realise that no two fights are the same and that every issue has a different cause I would highly recommend to a lot of families that they should seek preventive help rather than reach a stage where they completely cannot talk to each other the way we did . I really wish we had stayed in therapy about a year ago but at the same time I am happy that we came back , and we persisted and today we have a much better understanding of day-to-day life , coming from two completely different background and two completely different family value systems. Thank you
My entire personality changed after suffering from Covid in April this year. From getting out of bed in the morning to tackling a chore to going to work, my underlying sense of motivation that used to drive me from beginning to completion of any task at work and home just went away.The desire to work was replaced with constant anxiety and a feeling like not even stepping out of the house. My motivation which was my key activity to living a productive life just vanished and from a lively young person I became a listless brooding person. Without any desire to do anything it was hard for me to complete important tasks, find a work-life and home-life balance, and make the most of every day living leading to not only me being miserable but my old parents also being miserable for me and my wife and small child being neglected for even the small things that are needed to be done in the house. For the first time in my life I found that I was floating from day to day and week two week with just no desire to do anything. I was so afraid of failure with emotions of embarrassment, sadness, worry, and stress. It took me two months to seek help and this first step was not easy. It was a muddy one, with unpleasant feelings, and they can be difficult to process healthily, as I felt that I am not a mental retard. Now when I look back I feel that It is possible that people who are scared of failure would rather do nothing at all than feel they need help at something. Dr Singh said that sometimes if a person is extremely overwhelmed, the individual can retreat into a make believe world and avoid all of the tasks they are supposed to be completing. That was me What I can say to my generation of people is that at the end of the day, motivation is different for every single person. Try to Identify poor habits and patterns and take help to find those intrinsic motivations and really use them to your advantage. There will always be stumbling blocks along the way, but every step forward however small is progress as I learnt. Take help, try and find a person who understands you and stick to a treatment plan, as I did.
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Q: What is Dr. Prof. G.B. Singh (PhD)'s education qualification?
A: Dr. Prof. G.B. Singh (PhD) has the following qualifications - Post Doctoral Masters Certificate of Educational Studies, Master of Arts (Psychology), Ph.D in Behavioural Medicine, Certificate in Psychology and Mental Health, Certificate in Forensic Psychology, Certificate in Understanding Autism, Certificate in Genomic Medicine, Understanding Depression and Low Mood in Young People. You can book the doctor through the doctor's profile on Practo.