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Dr. Prof. G.B. Singh - Psychologist

Dr. Prof. G.B. Singh

Post Masters Doc , Doctor of Psychology , Post Masters in Learning Disorder Management & Child Psychology

Counselling Psychologist , Educational Psychologist , Clinical Psychologist , Psychotherapist , Health Psychologist , Neuropsychologist , 28 Years Experience

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Internationally recognized in the field of Cognitive Neuropsychology & Brain Neuroplasticity and Highly Specialized in the field of learning disabilities like D more..

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Noida Sector 18

, Noida

Cognitive Neuropsychologist Dyslexia Association Of India

#MZ 47, 2nd Floor, Centre Stage Mall, Noida

MON - SAT

10:00 AM - 7:00 PM

INR 1,200

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Rajouri Garden

, Delhi
ON - CALL
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INR 1,200

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Dwarka

, Delhi

Dyslexia & Learning Disabilities and Counselling Clinic

DDA Flat 268, Sector 18, Dwarka -1100075, Delhi

ON - CALL
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INR 1,200

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Gurgaon Sector 24

, Gurgaon

Dyslexia Consultation Centre

Prof.(Dr) G.B. Singh ℅ ABC MANAGCONS Pvt. Ltd. 206, PAL Tower, Above IDBI Bank, Sikanderpur Market, Gurgoan 1220001, Gurgaon

ON - CALL
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INR 1,200

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Vikas Puri

, Delhi

Dyslexia & Learning Disability Clinic & Counselling Centre

D-21, Vikas Puri, New Delhi - 110018, Delhi

ON - CALL
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INR 1,200

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Naraina Vihar

, Delhi

Learning Disabilities Clinic

WZ-139 B,2nd Floor, Naraina, Ring Road, New Delhi-110028, Delhi

ON - CALL
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INR 1,200

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Karkardooma

, Delhi

Dyslexia Consultation Centre

RBC, SF 17 & 18, Aditiya Mall, Karkarduma Court, Delhi 110032, Delhi

ON - CALL
Visits on prior appointments.
INR 1,200

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3 months ago
The reason for the email and this small appreciation note Dr Singh is to thank you. You helped get me by getting on the track of healing. I believe that if it weren't for our interactions I would not h The reason for the email and this small appreciation note Dr Singh is to thank you. You helped get me by getting on the track of healing. I believe that if it weren't for our interactions I would not have gotten on track. I am, and my family in the US is eternally grateful for the wisdom and resources you shared with me.

As an American who was posted to an IT company as a Trainer for a few Months, I was living in Noida in a hotel. The emptiness of being here in India hit me very hard in 2 weeks time. I had always imagined India to be a spiritual country and was looking forward to learning from this country. However it was a shocker to see that it was just like any other metropolitan city and not clean specially when rained. In the US we see our therapist regularly once in 15 days to sit and sort out our worries and thoughts. Its not like that in India. The girls of my age were still talking to their moms and working on outdated emotional answers. Fortes being the closest hospital, I was directed there when my director found me gasping for breath. However I am sad to say that how can 5 minutes and a prescription cure emptiness and loneliness. Did the doctor even understand what I was going through? When I went to the therapist there, the person was more interested in where I live in the Midwest and life there than in me and I gave up.

As I was staying in the hotel next to a mall, where we went for dinner, I came across this clinic and decided to visit it. Meeting Dr Singh was like walking into my therapist’s clinic back home. The three hours I spent with him are priceless and he gave me the gift of hope by first understanding me and then guiding me appropriately. Those crucial beginning baby steps he took to understand why I was
‘flipping’ out and running up extreme stress and panic and anxiety helped me towards recovery. Probably having a German bloodline helped but Dr Singh worked through everything so systematically and precisely, that I wish I had met him before. I actually have taken a stack of his cards to pass around to my colleagues and friends if they come to India, and need professional help. He is as good if not a few shades better than our own therapist. There is no pretence, no beating around the bush and a simple straightforward approach with such kindness that it overwhelms.

As I leave India today, I leave with a better feeling inside me and have had a wonderful opportunity to meet a therapist who took me off a med called zapis and healed me with rational analysis of what was going on, my perceptions, my expectations and what was driving me off the edge into the deep blackness of emptiness, sadness and loneliness. I never did find the spiritual side of what India had to offer, but when trouble came, It helped to find the right person right there next to my building where I was staying. Carol Sencer
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4 months ago
DYSLEXIA & AUTISM

We knew something was wrong from the time our child was two years old. He used to scream for no apparent reason throughout the day and night for many months. His life was complicate
DYSLEXIA & AUTISM

We knew something was wrong from the time our child was two years old. He used to scream for no apparent reason throughout the day and night for many months. His life was complicated by severe eczema and a number of allergies, including intolerance to dairy products. Our Son did not demand attention, wouldn’t smile or wave goodbye and also responded poorly to speech. He barely babbled and did not engage in conversations. He showed very little interest in the environment and was very sensitive to smells, less so to noise.
The medical opinion at the time was that it was a normal development issue and we misread all the characteristics like not wanting to be cuddled and showing no desire to be picked. We made a number of visits to both doctors and psychologists, hoping to get an answer for his odd behaviours but they only focused on his skin and epilepsy.
Then in Class I we started getting worried that he was not engaging in play activities that the children were so enthusiastically indulging in. The teachers also did not advise as much about what to do, and although he repeatedly asked the class teacher, she always said that it is normal for children to be shy when they join school. However in class three, when the other children were reading and writing properly and I will join was just looking out of the window most of the time and could not even read the ABCD we started getting worried and at that point of time we started searching for answers. We went to many institutions but there was no clear diagnosis of the problem, and everybody just put it down to slow learning.
He finally got diagnosed with high functioning autism when we visited Prof Singh, and do it almost devastated us, but at the same time there was a sense of relief that we know what the problem is and that there is hope for us. After do years of intensive therapy, combined with behaviour modification as well as special education, we are now trying to make up for the mistakes that we did and are providing him with the right support. Our child is more keen to learn then ever before and we believe the only way from here is up. It’s not easy when you know that your child has autism, but at the same time it is very important and it helps if you find the right support system, and that is exactly what we found I Prof Singh’s approach.
We would like to thank you so much for your time and efforts, it means a lot to us – our son wouldn't be who he is today without the constant guidance and support provided by him through our journey, and now we are no longer ashamed of our child-support doesn't, and today our son has the social skills that are necessary to survive in this world and we are also very proud of the fact that we see a lot of strength in him.
Our recommendation is that, do not ignore anything that does not look normal and always seek help if you can because times are changing and it is better to find help at the earliest possible rather than delay it. we know that our son will never be perfectly normal, and we don't expect him to be normal but we are definitely very grateful to the doctor for guiding us correctly and also helping us step-by-step when when we needed someone so badly.
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5 months ago
ADHD, Depression and Substance Abuse that our son went through

My son is 21 years old, and is studying in a leading private university. He started out fine, and eventually got into the habit of smoki
ADHD, Depression and Substance Abuse that our son went through

My son is 21 years old, and is studying in a leading private university. He started out fine, and eventually got into the habit of smoking drugs with his friends.We took him to Prof. Singh for treatment as he had started to become unreasonable at home, and had begun to fight each and every family member, going so far as to crash two cars on the Noida Expressway because of his increasing difficulty in functioning. His problems included speech and language problems, learning disabilities, poor impulse control he also suffered from rapid changes in his mood, and at times appeared to gaze off into space and laugh just like that.Our psychiatrist was not which aspects of his problems were due to psychiatric illness and which were related to possible subtle underlying neurologic problems.When we brought him to Prof Singh, he conducted various neuropsychological testing which indicated cognitive limitations that had not been previously identified. The recommendations for stimulant medication to treat the ADHD, was dropped and this made a rapid and significant difference with my son. He has now spent 5 weeks in intensive daily psychotherapy to address his behavioral problems and has now with Prof. Singh’s recommendations placed in a vocational training program which addresses both his cognitive limitations and his psychiatric problems, while teaching him tangible job skills.

Currently his mood is improved, behavioral problems are greatly reduced and he is able to focus on his vocational training. It is a happy ending, but I cant imagine what would have happened if the problem had not been caught in time by Prof Singh. We chanced upon him during one of his free literacy camps and on impulse gave it a chance. My whole family is today grateful to him for saving our son. Now he is taking care of our family and we are very happy with having found him although accidentally. But we are happy to have found him and are happy he is available for us all the time.

One of the things that we really liked about meeting Prof Singh was that, he is not very commercially oriented, and there are many times when we would sit beyond two hours from but he never charged us more than 2 hours at one time, and my family really appreciated this, because it allowed us to come to him more frequently and also to avail of his services in free manner which is usually not possible when you go to the hospital when you are with a private doctor.

My whole family and my sister who is also a doctor would like to thank him for his humbleness and kindness and helping us.
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4 months ago
Hope and Helplessness

Our Son was born healthy after a very long 30-hour labor. Upon delivery his Apgar score was good although his head was elongated.Parth was unable to breast feed so we formula f
Hope and Helplessness

Our Son was born healthy after a very long 30-hour labor. Upon delivery his Apgar score was good although his head was elongated.Parth was unable to breast feed so we formula fed him from birth till 12 months when we moved him to normal food.We remember Parth would only drink his milk lying in our arms with his back arched so his head was up side down. Our Doctor never understood that may be in abdominal discomfort or could be allergic to the formula, which was the first question that Prof Singh raised. I am sad to say that from the time our son was born he looked healthy but he was always unhappy. Parth had a normal childhood until one day in one month he developed fever which our doctor treated with calpol. After that we also never took the signs very seriously and everybody was so happy that he was constantly moving running, bouncing and running. We were very happy when he began talking and used to laugh when he would repeat back what we said to him.

Parth learnt the alphabet and would label colors and complex shapes but he never told us if he was hungry or thirsty. At 3 years of age he knew all his times tables. His ability to do this was immensely appreciated at the play school and the teachers called him a genius and people were amazed with his brilliance but we had no idea of the war raging inside his little body. Then he began having sudden and unexplained outbursts of fear and anger and he would just start screaming about something that had happened in the past and was upset and unable to calm down. Parth also developed lots of fears which Prof Singh diagnosed as visual distortion of certain objects.His visual problems were so much that he couldn’t cope with pictures on walls and would try to remove them and broke our TV because certain images frightened him. He also developed a fear of shadows. I realise we are late in coming to the doctor as Parth is now 8 years old, but still grateful that we have saved him from a life of misery if we had let it continue. I still remember when the first time the doctor took a look at Parth with his dilated pupils and heightened state of anxiety and told me he was under extreme adrenal stress. Prof Singh instilled the belief in me that recovery is possible and they gave me the skills and knowledge I needed to take control of the situation and get my son back. it has been 16 months but the therapy began to show results in 3 months that spurred us on and kept us fighting. Now my son Parth is not frightened anymore and is relaxed in his body and mind, his sound sensitivity considerably lessened. He is learning to swim and is really proud of himself.

More importantly for the first time in 10 years my husband and I are happy and at peace with ourself and we have a dependable source to turn to in Prof Singh when we feel we are in a crisis.
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Autism and ADHD Testing
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Hypnotherapy
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Neuropsychological diagnosis
Psychotherapy for Couples
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Personal development
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Psychic integration
Psychotherapy Adult
Psychological diagnosis (adult and child)
Psychoanalysis to Mourning
Concentration Problems
Psychoanalysis to Suicide
Difficulty of Learning
Early Parenting Issues
Educational consultation
Learning Disability (Dyslexia) Treatment
Mental health
Individual psychotherapy
Emotional Outbursts
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Affective and Emotional Difficulties
Brief Psychodynamic Therapy
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Schizophrenia Treatment
Psychosexual Problems
Past Life Regression Therapy
Complex Trauma
Loss of Interest
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Counselling Psychologist

Educational Psychologist

Clinical Psychologist

Psychotherapist

Health Psychologist

Neuropsychologist

Hypnotherapist

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Occupational Psychologist

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Neurophysiology Specialist

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Education

Post Masters Doc - United Kingdom, 1991

Doctor of Psychology - United States of America, 2004

Post Masters in Learning Disorder Management & Child Psychology - Singapore, 2010

Memberships + View all (11) - View less

Dyslexia Association of India

Dyslexia Foundation of India

Foundation for Special Needs & Specifics learning difference Education

Singapore Institute for Multiple Educational Leaning

Singapore Institute for Cognitive Development

Singapore Institute of A.D.H.D & Dyslexic Remediation

Singapore Specific learning Difference's School

Rehabilitation Council of India (RCI)

American Physiological Association

Cognitive Neurosociety - US

College of Teachers UK

Registrations

63994527 American Psychological Association(APA), 2011
37938 Rehabilitation Council of India (RCI), 2011

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