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Asha Hospital, Hyderabad
President, Indian Association of Geriatric Mental Health 2019-21
President Elect, Asian Federation of Psychiatric Associations, 2019-2022
Member, Planning Committee, World Psychiatric Association
President, Indian Association of Private Psychiatry2018-20
Secretary, Education & Training,
Asian Federation of Psychiatric Associations(AFPA)2017-2019
National C.M.E. Chairperson,2008-2010
Indian Psychiatric Society
President, Indian Association for Biological Psychiatry2018-20
President, Society for Bipolar Disorders of India (SBDI)
Deputy Editor, Indian Journal of Psychiatry (IJP) 2008 to 2015
Deputy Editor, Journal of Geriatric Mental Health 2013 till date
Asst. Editor, Indian Journal of Social Psychiatry 2014 till date
Editor, Indian Association of Private Psychiatry (IAPP) -2010 to 2014
Treasurer, Indian Association of Private Psychiatry 2014 – 2016
Vice-President, Indian Association of Private Psychiatry 2016-2018

What Is Psychology?
Psychology is the study of mind and behavior. It encompasses the biological influences, social pressures, and environmental factors that affect how people think, act, and feel.

Gaining a richer and deeper understanding of psychology can help people achieve insights into their own actions as well as a better understanding of other people.

Impact of Psychology:
Psychology is both an applied and academic field that benefits both individuals and society as a whole. A large part of psychology is devoted to the diagnosis and treatment of mental health issues, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the impact of psychology.

Psychology is the study of the mind and behavior. The discipline embraces all aspects of the human experience — from the functions of the brain to the actions of nations, from child development to care for the aged. In every conceivable setting from scientific research centers to mental health care services, “the understanding of behavior” is the enterprise of psychologists.

Psychologists traditionally treat patients with mental and emotional problems, but they also serve as scientists researching the phenomenon of human (and non-human) behavior. They study how human beings relate not only to each other but also to machines, and they work to improve these relationships. In particular, they concentrate on behaviors that affect the mental and emotional health and mental functioning of healthy human beings.

In their research, psychologists follow scientific methods, using careful observation, experimentation and analysis. They develop theories of human behavior and test them through their research. As this research yields new information, psychologists’ findings become part of the body of knowledge that practitioners call upon in their work with clients and patients.

Psychology is a tremendously varied field. Psychologists conduct both basic and applied research, serve as consultants to communities and organizations, diagnose and treat people, test intelligence and personality and teach future psychologists and other types of students. With the rapidly increasing diversity of the U.S. population, psychologists bring important knowledge and skills to understanding different cultures.

There are many different careers within this profession. For example, psychologists work with business executives, performers and athletes to reduce stress and improve performance. They advise lawyers on jury selection and collaborate with educators on school reform. Immediately following a disaster, such as a plane crash or bombing, psychologists help victims and bystanders recover from the trauma, or shock, of the event. They team with law enforcement and public health officials to analyze the causes of such events and prevent their occurrence.

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