Department of Clinical Psychology, SMCH under able guidance of Dr. Rani Srivastava (Prof & Head Department of Clinical Psychology) participated in 6th International Conference of Indian Academy of Health Psychology at Gautam Buddha University, greater Noida between 22-24 December 2022. All the faculties Dr. Rani Srivastava (Professor), Dr. Parul Gairola (Assistant Professor), Dr Anoop Peter(Assistant Professor) , all the students of MSc. Clinical psychology, PhD. Clinical Psychology scholars presented paper in the International Conference i.e. 7th International Conference of Indian Academy of Health Psychology (December, 22-24, 2022) and received many praises for their innovative research concept and quality of presentation. It was a moment of pride for all the faculties and students of Santosh Deemed to be university.
Dr Rani Srivastava gave guest lecture on “Social Responsibility” during the Conference which was attending by eminent professionals, faculties and students of several universities.
LIST OF PAPERS PRESENTED BY FACULTY AND STUDENTS
1. Dr. Rani Srivastava, Professor- Perceived fear and anxiety as an after effect among covid-19 patient and treating doctors.
2. Dr. Parul Gairola, Assistant Professor- Mental health and psychosocial support for students of health and allied sciences.
3. Dr. Anoop Peter, Assistant Professor- The effect of mindfulness based cognitive therapy on resilience and emotion regulation of the school going school early adolescent with anxiety.
PhD. Clinical Psychology Scholars
1. Ms. Seema Sharma- I deserve to be ‘IN’: Treatment of My Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder through Positive Psychology Approach: A Case Study.
2. Ms. Vasundhara Rana-The Association Between Parenting Style, Social Support On Suicidal Ideation Among Young Adults.
3. Ms. Rachna- Effect of usage of internet on psychological behaviour of adolescents.
4. Mr. Viqar Alam- Perceived fear and anxiety as an after effect among covid-19 patient and treating doctors.
MSc. Clinical Psychology Students
1. Ms. Parul Kaushik- A study based on medical undergraduate’s personality and anxiety.
2. Lihuqhe- A comparative study of orphans and non-orphans in relation to their self-esteem.
3. Ms. Kumud Joshi- Relationship between aggression and interpersonal relationships among young adults.
4. Ms. Nazreen Saifi- Trends of anxiety among medical entrants.
5. Mr. Sakthi-Human Figure Drawing Test Indicators in Students with and without Specific Learning Disability.
6. Ms. Adiba Khan- A study of health, motivation, anxiety and depression in medical students.
7. Ms. Aparna Kaem- To study stress anxiety and personality organization among BDS entrants.
It was one of its kind experiences provided to the students from which they learn and displayed different skills set throughout the conference.