Divya Pramod

January 12, 2023

2 min read

About Me

I’m Divya Pramod, a qualified Psychologist holding a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a master’s degree in Rehabilitation and Counselling from Rajiv Gandhi Medical University. In my career as a Counselor, I have worked at NIMHANS, CADABAMS, and the Chellamuthu Trust. Furthermore, I have also conducted a study on stress levels among general and psychiatric nurses. As a therapist, one must be gentle, empathetic, and non-judgmental. We all have unique experiences that have shaped who we are today. My responsibility is to help work through and understand those experiences. My goal is to always see the positive side of events and to be supportive.

About My Family

We are a small family of three and presently live in Bangalore. My husband is a full-time finance professional and works with the Landmark Group. Our only son is in the 2nd standard and goes to the Orchid International School. While we all have busy schedules, we try to take a couple of hours every day to spend time with each other. This makes us feel closer and have a sense of security. It is important to us as parents that our son develops into a complete individual with a unique sense of self.

About My Professional Experience

In my role as a Psychologist specializing in rehabilitation and counselling, I have encountered people from a variety of backgrounds who have their own stories to tell. Through my work in rehabilitation centres, I gained a better understanding of the causes and effects of several mental illnesses. At NIMHANS, for example, I helped counsellors treat patients suffering from depression, anxiety, mental retardation, schizophrenia, and de-addiction. Individually, I have counselled couples struggling with parenting and marital issues, and children experiencing early adolescence issues.

About My Fun Side

As a child I have always enjoyed Drawing. It started as a way to pass the time, but now it is something I am very passionate about. It gives me joy and helps me manage unplanned time more effectively. As a counsellor, I always recommend that my clients spend a few hours a week doing something they find enjoyable. Practicing it can reduce stress, risk of depression, and promote better health in general.

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