Dr. Harish Shetty
Dr. Harish Shetty is a practicing Psychiatrist with a postgraduate degree in Psychological Medicine and a post graduate diploma in Comparative mythology from Bombay University. He finished his schooling at St Xavier’s High School [Vile Parle] .After finishing his Inter Science from Parle College [Vile Parle]he completed his MBBS, DPM and MD from T. N. Medical College and Seth G. S. Medical College respectively. Dr Shetty worked in the field of Yoga and Mental Health under the illustrious Professor Dr. N. S. Vahia for 12 years and also obtained rich experience in various areas of mental health work. He was appointed a consultant at the Sevadhan De-addiction center and the National Addiction Research Center [Govt. of India funded] in 1989. He served at both these centres till 2000. Dr. Harish Shetty has immense experience in School Mental Health and has conducted workshops for students, teachers, School Heads & the Non teaching staff for more than two decades. He is in an educational institution every week. He has aided in championing the rights of the children across all his life.
Dr. Ashish Roy
Ashis Roy has a Masters degree in Psychology from the University of Delhi. Following his post graduation, he completed a three-year program on ‘Training as a Psychodynamic Psychotherapist’ at the Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies, University of Delhi. He is currently pursuing his doctorate—an exploration of the notions of ‘Self’ and the ‘Other’ in intimate Hindu-Muslim relationships—from the Department of Psychology, University of Delhi. He is interested in exploring the relevance of psychoanalytic clinical thinking in the field of qualitative research.
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