MS. ROSHNI SURESH
I am very actively involved in my work with absolute dedication. I am committed to my goal and have perseverance. I am good at creating team and setting standards. I love to socialize and almost carry on conversation with people from all walks of life. I am proactive and excellent in facilitation and Counselling Skills. I have positive attitude, reliable and have the ability to learn quickly. Also brave enough to handle any situation. I always go for that extra mile when necessary. I am intrigued with enormous challenging situations in the field of psychology. I have explored various opportunities with my skill in counselling, therapies, training, research and various other aspects of psychology in the humanitarian world. Majored in B.Sc Psychology from Ethiraj College for Women & Masters in Counselling Psychology from Madras Social of Social Work, affiliated to Madras University. During the graduation period various Research Thesis & Case Studies were also carried out. I had also received the Best out Going Student of the Year 2009, M.Sc, II Year, at the Madras School of Social Work. During the thesis conduction I had also been given an opportunity to practically facilitate my counselling skills, therapies with different set of groups in various organizations namely, LEO Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Chennai; Institution of Mental Health, Chennai; & Srishti Special School, Chennai. Apart from the above mentioned experiences I have also conducted various training program in Leo Matriculation Higher Secondary School, & Madras School of Social Work. After graduation, Tuberculosis Research Centre (Model Dots Project - MSM Project) where I had my first exposure in this field - during June 2009 to September 2009 for a research study in collaboration with ICMR & WHO. The result of the study was found that the MSM humans were affected with more psychological implications than physical. Therefore, it was also found that the psychological implication were a provoking factor for the physical causes. Thus, the study resulted to show more detailed study in relation to this project. Apart from the above experience I take pride in experiencing in the NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR THE VISUALLY HANDICAPPED (Empowerment of Visually Impaired Women - A Project covering Visually Impaired College Students and Working Women in India) May 2010 to May 2011, study showed that the visually impaired women group were found to have high level of mental illness due to their disability and gender bias. Therefore, the research was focused in the four metropolitan cities in India viz., Chennai, Delhi, Kolkata & Mumbai. This experience gave a chance to explore my professional chain in these places for carrying out this research to greater analysis, and furthermore training programs were also prepared according to three important aspects i.e., Level of Awareness; preparing for leadership qualities; & Increase in Self-Esteem & Self-Efficacy, while the submission of the results are still pending in the Office of the NIVH Under Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Govt. of India for approval and acceptance for implementation. It also gives me a pleasure in sharing my private practice at the RYA COSMO FOUNDATION, from August 2012 till date, where various kinds of cases like Family Issues, Marital Issues, Psychological factors such as depression, anxiety, anger, etc.,; Parent-Child Relationship Issues & Physiological Issues had been handled and the treatment was more with natural Problem Solving Techniques than medically. Looking on the other side of my profession I have taken part in various training programs during the year 2009, at Velammal Institute of Technology, as chief guest to assess the "Presentation Skills" of the M.B.A. Students; during the year 2010, at Tamil Nadu Association of the Blind, to facilitate the Visually Challenged Women group on the topic “Home Management & Shopping Skills” as Resource Person; the year 2011, at St. Louis School for the Deaf & Blind, to the Visually Challenged Boys group on the topic “Self-Esteem, Assertiveness & Communication Skills” as Resource Person; the year 2012, at Rajasthan Association Club, to the club members on the topic “Importance of the Counselling Psychologist in Today’s Trend” as Resource Person; & the same year 2012 at Gujarat National Law University, to the law students on the topic “Approaches to Counselling” as Resource Person.
English, Gujarati, Hindi, Tamil
Area of expertise
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Anger Management Therapy, Behavioural Therapy, Career Counselling, Cognitive Therapy (CT), Couples Counselling, Depression Counselling, Life Skill Coaching, Marriage Counselling, Mindfulness Therapy, Person-Centred Therapy, Play Therapy, Transpersonal Psychotherapy, Workplace Counselling, Yoga Therapy
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