Common Specialities
{{speciality.keyWord}}
Common Issues
{{issue.keyWord}}
Common Treatments
{{treatment.keyWord}}
Call Doctor
Book Appointment
Dr. Deepali Batra - Psychologist, Delhi

Dr. Deepali Batra

89 (10 ratings)
M.Phil - Clinical Psychology, M.A.- Clinical Psychology

Psychologist, Delhi

16 Years Experience  ·  1200 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
Book appointment and get ₹125 LybrateCash (Lybrate Wallet) after your visit
Dr. Deepali Batra 89% (10 ratings) M.Phil - Clinical Psychology, M.A.- Clinical Psychology Psychologist, Delhi
16 Years Experience  ·  1200 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
Submit Feedback
Report Issue
Get Help
Reviews
Services
Feed

Personal Statement

To provide my patients with the highest quality healthcare, I'm dedicated to the newest advancements and keep up-to-date with the latest health care technologies....more
To provide my patients with the highest quality healthcare, I'm dedicated to the newest advancements and keep up-to-date with the latest health care technologies.
More about Dr. Deepali Batra
She has been a successful Psychologist for the last 14 years. She has completed M.Phil - Clinical Psychology. She has recieved various awards and acknowledgements from various corporates, Schools, Universities & Colleges. In the year 2014 she was awarded with Best Performance in School Psychology. She has been regularly recognized for her contribution in the field of Mental Health. She deals with both Child and Adult Cases. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Deepali Batra on Lybrate.com.

Find numerous Psychologists in India from the comfort of your home on Lybrate.com. You will find Psychologists with more than 41 years of experience on Lybrate.com. Find the best Psychologists online in Delhi. View the profile of medical specialists and their reviews from other patients to make an informed decision.

Info

Education
M.Phil - Clinical Psychology - Central Institute of Psychiatry, Ranchi - 2006
M.A.- Clinical Psychology - Delhi University - 2003
Languages spoken
English
Hindi
Awards and Recognitions
Best Performance In School Psychology Award
Professional Memberships
Indian Association For Clinical Psychologists
Indian Association For Child & Adolescent Mental Health

Location

Book Clinic Appointment with Dr. Deepali Batra

PALS For Children & Adults

J-1/162-D, 4th Floor, Lift Available, Near Rajouri Garden Metro StationDelhi Get Directions
1200 at clinic
...more
View All

Consult Online

Text Consult
Send multiple messages/attachments. Get first response within 6 hours.
7 days validity ₹300 online
Consult Now
Phone Consult
Schedule for your preferred date/time
15 minutes call duration ₹500 online
Consult Now
Video Consult
Schedule for your preferred date/time
15 minutes call duration ₹700 online
Consult Now

Services

View All Services

Submit Feedback

Submit a review for Dr. Deepali Batra

Your feedback matters!
Write a Review

Patient Review Highlights

"Saved my life" 1 review "Very helpful" 1 review

Reviews

Popular
All Reviews
View More
View All Reviews

Feed

Emotional Problems - How To Manage Them?

M.Phil - Clinical Psychology, M.A.- Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
Emotional Problems - How To Manage Them?

Emotional problems make direct tasks and simple errands harder. High feeling, bubbling disappointment and hurt emotions motivate the person. Certain people become very protective. Protectiveness causes us to pry on others. Others might want to disconnect completely and resolve issues in a different manner. A great many people manage their emotional issues by opposing, quelling and overlooking them. At this point, your brain feels uneasy and you end up making rash decisions. However, there are ways to deal with emotional problems. These are as follows:

  1. Be aware: Try to stay active and be aware of solid feelings and sentiments. Work on improving them as they show up and quickly misidentify with them. Advise yourself that you are not your feelings and that they are only temporary.
  2. Use labeling: Utilize naming. Research has demonstrated that naming and surveying a feeling changes the feeling into a subject of examination and consequently diminishes its power on you. So in case you are feeling furious, essentially let yourself know that this is you being angry and you will in all probability see that the force of the inclination instantly drops.
  3. Get curious: Rather than opposing the emotions and sentiments, get inquisitive about them. Focus on how they affect you. Where in the body do they show? How do the diverse muscles in your body feel? How is your breath? Hold your emotions and sentiments in present mindfulness and simply let them do their thing without judging or sticking to them. Utilise the possibility of your brain as the sky and your emotions and sentiments as clouds that are passing by.
  4. Face-to-face interaction: Up close and personal social interaction with somebody who thinks about you is the best approach to quiet your nervous system and calm anxiety. It additionally relieves stress-busting hormones, so you will feel better regardless of the possibility that you cannot change the upsetting circumstance itself. The key is to collaborate with somebody who is a decent audience or someone you can consistently talk with face to face, or who will hear you out without a prior motivation for how you need to think or feel.
  5. Exercise and meditationThe brain and the body are inherently connected. When you improve your physical well-being, you will consequently encounter more prominent mental and enthusiastic betterment. Physical movement likewise discharges endorphins, intense chemicals that lift your state of mind and make you happy. Normal exercise or action can majorly affect mental and enthusiastic medical issues, mitigate stress, enhance memory, and help you to rest better.

In case that you continue facing this frequently, you will soon find that your relationship with your mind will begin to change. You will build up an intense metacognition (the capacity to face your reasoning) which helps you to handle your emotions and feelings in a great manner.

2524 people found this helpful

Saying 'No' - How It Is Good For Your Health?

M.Phil - Clinical Psychology, M.A.- Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
Saying 'No' - How It Is Good For Your Health?

'No' appears to be a very simple and straightforward word. However, it can be shockingly hard to say. People most of the time agree to things that they really do not want. Since they would preferably feel overburdened and low rather than disappoint somebody, saying "no" feels easier to maintain connections with people.

The repercussions of this absence of disagreement is critical. By overcommitting ourselves, we are actually consuming the majority of our positive energy and using it somewhere where you might not want to. This takes away from our common character and quality. It leaves us tired and we meet each day like it is simply one more battle. We also give up our own requirements for space, stillness, relaxation and imagination and are bound to our state.

To stay away from this, we must know about our own necessities and priorities for both mental and physical well-being and joy. For this, one may have to know when saying "yes" will fulfill your requirement for rest, relaxation or self-awareness. When one does this, their unfounded dread of not being socially acceptable from saying "no" will go away gradually.

Here are three reasons why saying "no" can prove to be beneficial:

  1. You will have additional time: The extra time made by saying "no" will, at any rate, prevent that forced clock from ticking. It will make you feel like you are in control. This can truly lighten up your mood and lift your anxiety and bolster your health. Rather than saying yes to going out for lunch or a party that you feel obligated to go to, but might not want to, simply try to say no. You will automatically feel happier when you are sitting at home, relaxing rather than forcefully socialising.
  2. You will be less remorseful: At first, you may be reluctant to state "no" because of a paranoid fear of passing up a major opportunity or the fear of missing out. As a general rule, nonetheless, in case that you need to state "no," odds are you have much better explanations for you not being there. If you do go for it, you might regret it afterwards thinking that you could have done something better with your time rather than having completely wasted it.
  3. Your associates will respect you for it: No one wants that they should be taken for granted. However, in case that you continue saying "yes" to each demand or opportunity, that is precisely how individuals will come to see you. The more you say "yes," the more individuals will generally expect things of you. This could prompt to a drop in your status and position and loss of control over others.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

2753 people found this helpful

Frustration - Tips To Help You Overcome it!

M.Phil - Clinical Psychology, M.A.- Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
Frustration - Tips To Help You Overcome it!

In some cases, frustration can tend to be positive and can give you another perspective or view on things. It can also give you the ability to continue going further until you achieve your objective. However, there are times when you are going in circles and the dissatisfaction makes you frustrated and this frustration can cloud your mind and judgment. To avoid that from happening, there are certain approaches that will help you overcome your frustration:

  1. Be present in the moment: When you are frustrated, you tend to think about a lot of things. This keeps the individual completely occupied with different kinds of thoughts. Even if you try to avoid it or distract yourself, you again start to remember a disappointment from your past. You need to snap out of those thoughts and calm yourself down by centring your brain and thoughts on what is presently going on around you. You can do so in the following ways:
  2. Concentrate on relaxing: Take a seat, close your eyes and simply concentrate on the live events and concentrate on them for one to two minutes. Take quiet and marginally deeper breaths than regular and inhale with your stomach and not the chest. Concentrate on what is around you as of now. The sun sparkling in through your window, the children playing out on the road, the vehicles or the individuals passing by. Take in the details.
  3. Try to be happy with what you have right now: After you have pulled your concentration and thoughts back to where they can be most useful, focus on what is still positive in your life. The easiest and least demanding approach to do so is to centre it on acknowledging what you do have in your life right now. The most unimportant of things at this point can prove to be the most beneficial. For example:

    • A warm home and a rooftop over your head.
    • Water to drink.
    • Getting to eat great food.
    • Access to the internet and other forms of technology that make life easy.
    • Your loved ones.
  4. Focus on what you can do at this moment: With the amount of frustration and anger you might be feeling, it is important for you to concentrate on what you can do at the moment i.e. at present. It might involve figuring out what has been the cause for your frustration and how it can be dealt with right now or what the alternatives for it are.

Then again, you could also take your time to understand that you may have taken a lot of pressure or things have been extreme. Hence, you have to take some time or a couple of days to simply unwind, deal with yourself and maybe calm down a bit. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Psychologist.

2548 people found this helpful

I am 23 years old and I'm depressed. I was in a relationships with a girl and because of the interest marriage is not allowed in our country so I have to break up with her after her engagement and I feel like nothing left and I miss her everyday its been a 6 months to her marriage and 9 months to breakup still I can not get over it. I can not tolerate this feeling please help me. Thank you.

M.Phil - Clinical Psychology, M.A.- Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
I am 23 years old and I'm depressed. I was in a relationships with a girl and because of the interest marriage is not...
Hi, I understand this a difficult period for you. Take a time out. We have to understand that in life things do not always turn out the way we want them to. Distract, meet your friends, engage in hobbies and understand involve in some sports. This feeling will improve with time. May be you are focusing and thinking too much about her. Start engaging in activities that you used to enjoy before. If possible consult a Psychologist for counselling. One you get a platform to share your feelings gradually you will start feeling better. Thanks Thanks.
2 people found this helpful