PhD - Psychology, MA - Psychology, Behavioural Medicine, Psychology and Mental Health, Forensic Psychology, Understanding Autism, Genomic Medicine, Understanding Depression and Low Mood in Young People
31 Years Experience
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 recognized 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 is another aspect he believes should be delicately handled with appropriate Therapy 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 familiesFor Parents who bring children to us - Best in Quality Practice means that there is a clear emphasis on “One Client/Child - Appointment Per Day Only - Policy”. Being a member of the committee of Special Need Education of the C.B.S.E, the Testing & Screening reports for Learning Disabilities from the Dyslexia Association of India™ are reviewed, and concurred and then countersigned by a panel of doctors registered with the Medical Council of India, and the Rehabilitation Council of India, and 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. In fact, all Testing and Screening Qualifies for Exemption under Section 12A and 80G of the IT Act as it is an All India Body and partnered with various Hospitals. Section 80G exemption - makes it very cost effective for Parents who can claim the expenses for testing back in their IT Returns.Being a Therapist, he encourages people who need Medicines to seek a Medical Practitioner and not come to a Psychologist unless they are prepared to walk the journey of self reflection which is very difficult, and requires significant commitment, but has life changing results as dependency on medicines is reduced and eventually eliminated.