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Dr. Sanjeev Tripathi  - Psychologist, Indore

Dr. Sanjeev Tripathi

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Masters in Clinical Psychology, Bachelor in Psychology

Psychologist, Indore

18 Years Experience  ·  600 at clinic  ·  ₹250 online
Dr. Sanjeev Tripathi 88% (58 ratings) Masters in Clinical Psychology, Bachelor in Psychology Psychologist, Indore
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Dr. Sanjeev Tripathi is a trusted Psychologist in M.G. Road, Indore. He has been a successful Psychologist for the last 18 years. He is a Masters in Clinical Psychology, Bachelor in Psychology . You can meet Dr. Sanjeev Tripathi personally at Samarth Psychotherapy & Counselling Centre in M.G. Road, Indore. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Sanjeev Tripathi on Lybrate.com.

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Education
Masters in Clinical Psychology - PGIBAMS - 2011
Bachelor in Psychology - JIWAJI University Gwalior - 1999
Past Experience
Counselor at District Hospital
Counselor at District Hospital
Clinical Psychologist at Mahatma Gandhi Medical College
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Clinical Psychologist at PGIBAMS
Consultant Clinical Psychologist at Greater Kailash Hospital
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Hindi
Awards and Recognitions
3rd University Topper (Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur)
Professional Memberships
Rehabilitation Council of India (RCI)

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Self Esteem - Quick Tips To Help You Raise Your Child With It!

Masters in Clinical Psychology, Bachelor in Psychology
Psychologist, Indore
Self Esteem - Quick Tips To Help You Raise Your Child With It!

Building your child’s confidence and self image is an important part of raising a child. Self image can be defined as a child’s view of himself and his strengths. If a child is comfortable with his self image, he will have confidence in himself. A foundation of self confidence is key to a child’s success in his adult life. In their childhood years, a parent is the main source of building a child’s self worth or self confidence.

Here are a few ways you can develop your child’s self confidence.

  1. Avoid negative self talk: Children learn by watching their parents. Hearing parents berate themselves will make children do the same. Talking badly about yourself can reinforce a low self esteem. Hence avoid talking negatively about yourself and stop your child from doing it as well. If your child talks negatively about himself, give him evidence to prove the opposite or give them meaningful compliments. Also avoid calling your child names to shame him as these are likely to stay ingrained in his mind.
  2. Celebrate uniqueness: Don’t make your child feel like he has to live up to the standards set by siblings or peers. Further, do not pressurize them to fulfill your dreams. Recognize your child’s strengths and celebrate his unique abilities. Help them develop their talents and set their own standards for themselves.
  3. Let your child make decisions: Empower your child by allowing them to make decisions about simple things like what game to play or what to eat for dinner. Make them feel that their views are valued and thus teach them to be an active member of the family.
  4. Let them work things out for themselves: Spoon feeding your child makes things easier at the time, but in the long run can have a negative effect on their self-confidence. Be patient and let your child try and do things for himself. As he meets and overcomes new challenges, his confidence will grow. Give your child age appropriate chores to do around the house. This helps build responsibility and a feeling of competency.
  5. Be genuine about your praise: Children are highly intuitive and can tell the difference between sincere praise and something being said merely for the sake of it. For example, if your child has made a drawing, instead of simply telling your child that he is an artist in the making be more specific and praise his choice or colors or the ability of coloring within the lines.
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I am suffering from ocd ,depression, panic attacks, anxiety for 30 yes .now I am 49 yes old .my doc prescribed me mirtazapam7. 5 mg,duloxetine30, sertraline50,topiramate50 at night and clonazepam1 mg, tofisopam50 in the morning but at night I feel shortness of breathing, anxiety, high heart beat.

Masters in Clinical Psychology, Bachelor in Psychology
Psychologist, Indore
I am suffering from ocd ,depression, panic attacks, anxiety for 30 yes .now I am 49 yes old .my doc prescribed me mir...
Hi, Psychotherapies are more effective for that. You can contact me for more information for over coming depression and anxiety like symptoms. Many psychotherapies and drugless techniques are available for any type of neurotic problems like depression, anxiety, OCD, panic attacks, phobia etc.
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Sir I am 26 years old and I am suffered from anxiety depression and as type off symptoms and memory loss constipation my life's many more years spoil in medicine Dr. Like that but I can't feeling better What I do please tell.

Masters in Clinical Psychology, Bachelor in Psychology
Psychologist, Indore
Sir I am 26 years old and I am suffered from anxiety depression and as type off symptoms and memory loss constipation...
Hi, You can try psychotherapies like CBT. It's very effective technique for mood disorder as well as mild and moderate depression and even severe anxiety. You can contact me for more information for over coming depression and anxiety like symptoms. Many psychotherapies and drugless techniques are available for any type of neurotic problems like depression, anxiety, OCD, panic attacks, phobia etc.
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I used to smoke but I have quit one year ago I don't drink. My age is 25, I pee for Every one or one and a half hour in a day I pee usually pee 10-12 times a day. I get sweat in my hand when I met new people and get nervousness too. When I sit next to my go I get erection even before touching her. After having some kisses when she rubs on my penis for 5-6 times it get ejaculate. Please help me sir I'm using a tablet keraglo men for hair fall.

Masters in Clinical Psychology, Bachelor in Psychology
Psychologist, Indore
I used to smoke but I have quit one year ago I don't drink. My age is 25, I pee for Every one or one and a half hour ...
Hi, You can try any relaxation technique before sex and I advice Kegal exercise after JPMR (Relaxation) to you. It's very effective technique for performance anxiety as well as mild and moderate depression and even severe anxiety. You can contact me for more information for over coming depression and anxiety like symptoms. Many sex therapies, psychotherapies and drugless techniques are available for any type of sex problems like performance anxiety, premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction etc.
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Masters in Clinical Psychology, Bachelor in Psychology
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Psychotherapy

Masters in Clinical Psychology, Bachelor in Psychology
Psychologist, Indore
Psychotherapy

Psychologists generally draw on one or more theories of psychotherapy.
A theory of psychotherapy acts as a roadmap for psychologists: it guides them through the process of understanding clients and their problems and developing solutions.

Approaches to psychotherapy fall into five broad categories:

  • Psychoanalysis and psychodynamic therapies. This approach focuses on changing problematic behaviors, feelings, and thoughts by discovering their unconscious meanings and motivations. Psychoanalytically oriented therapies are characterized by a close working partnership between therapist and patient. Patients learn about themselves by exploring their interactions in the therapeutic relationship. While psychoanalysis is closely identified with sigmund freud, it has been extended and modified since his early formulations. Behavior therapy. This approach focuses on learning's role in developing both normal and abnormal behaviors.
  • Ivan pavlov made important contributions to behavior therapy by discovering classical conditioning, or associative learning. Pavlov's famous dogs, for example, began drooling when they heard their dinner bell, because they associated the sound with food" desensitizing" is classical conditioning in action: a therapist might help a client with a phobia through repeated exposure to whatever it is that causes anxiety. Another important thinker was e. L. Thorndike, who discovered operant conditioning. This type of learning relies on rewards and punishments to shape people's behavior. Several variations have developed since behavior therapy's emergence in the 1950s. One variation is cognitive-behavioral therapy, which focuses on both thoughts and behaviors. Cognitive therapy. Cognitive therapy emphasizes what people think rather than what they do.
  • Cognitive therapists believe that it's dysfunctional thinking that leads to dysfunctional emotions or behaviors. By changing their thoughts, people can change how they feel and what they do. Major figures in cognitive therapy include albert ellis and aaron beck. Humanistic therapy. This approach emphasizes people's capacity to make rational choices and develop to their maximum potential. Concern and respect for others are also important themes.
  • Humanistic philosophers like jean-paul sartre, martin buber and søren kierkegaard influenced this type of therapy. Three types of humanistic therapy are especially influential. Client-centered therapy rejects the idea of therapists as authorities on their clients' inner experiences. Instead, therapists help clients change by emphasizing their concern, care and interest. Gestalt therapy emphasizes what it calls" organismic holism" the importance of being aware of the here and now and accepting responsibility for yourself. Existential therapy focuses on free will, self-determination and the search for meaning. Integrative or holistic therapy. Many therapists don't tie themselves to any one approach. Instead, they blend elements from different approaches and tailor their treatment according to each client's needs.

Psychotherapy - A Drugless Approach In Psychiatry

Masters in Clinical Psychology, Bachelor in Psychology
Psychologist, Indore
Psychotherapy - A Drugless Approach In Psychiatry

There are several approaches to psychotherapy — including cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal and other kinds of talk therapy — that help individuals work through their problems. 

Psychotherapy is a collaborative treatment based on the relationship between an individual and a psychologist.
Approaches to psychotherapy fall into five broad categories:

  • Psychoanalysis and psychodynamic therapies.
  • Behavior therapy.
  • Cognitive therapy.
  • Humanistic therapy.
  • Integrative or holistic therapy.

When deciding on an appropriate counsellor or psychotherapist, it can be useful to understand the different therapies they may use. Although all can be effective, you may find one approach more appealing than another, or find that some approaches are better for a certain area of counselling or psychotherapy than others.

Psychological therapies generally fall into the following categories: behavioural therapies, which focus on cognitions and behaviours, psychoanalytical and psychodynamic therapies, which focus on the unconscious relationship patterns that evolved from childhood, humanistic therapies, which focus on self-development in the'here and now, arts therapies, which use creative arts within the therapeutic process and couples counselling, which looks to resolve issues experienced by couples. 

This is a generalisation though and counselling or psychotherapy usually overlaps some of these techniques. Some counsellors or psychotherapists practice a form of'integrative' therapy, which means they draw on and blend specific types of techniques. Other practitioners work in an'eclectic' way, which means they take elements of several different models and combine them when working with clients. There are also a number of specific other therapies that can be used.

Psychologists generally draw on one or more theories of psychotherapy.
A theory of psychotherapy acts as a roadmap for psychologists: it guides them through the process of understanding clients and their problems and developing solutions.

Approaches to psychotherapy fall into five broad categories:

  • Psychoanalysis and psychodynamic therapies. This approach focuses on changing problematic behaviors, feelings, and thoughts by discovering their unconscious meanings and motivations. Psychoanalytically oriented therapies are characterized by a close working partnership between therapist and patient. Patients learn about themselves by exploring their interactions in the therapeutic relationship. While psychoanalysis is closely identified with sigmund freud, it has been extended and modified since his early formulations. Behavior therapy. This approach focuses on learning's role in developing both normal and abnormal behaviors.
  • Ivan pavlov made important contributions to behavior therapy by discovering classical conditioning, or associative learning. Pavlov's famous dogs, for example, began drooling when they heard their dinner bell, because they associated the sound with food" desensitizing" is classical conditioning in action: a therapist might help a client with a phobia through repeated exposure to whatever it is that causes anxiety. Another important thinker was e. L. Thorndike, who discovered operant conditioning. This type of learning relies on rewards and punishments to shape people's behavior. Several variations have developed since behavior therapy's emergence in the 1950s. One variation is cognitive-behavioral therapy, which focuses on both thoughts and behaviors. Cognitive therapy. Cognitive therapy emphasizes what people think rather than what they do.
  • Cognitive therapists believe that it's dysfunctional thinking that leads to dysfunctional emotions or behaviors. By changing their thoughts, people can change how they feel and what they do. Major figures in cognitive therapy include albert ellis and aaron beck. Humanistic therapy. This approach emphasizes people's capacity to make rational choices and develop to their maximum potential. Concern and respect for others are also important themes.
  • Humanistic philosophers like jean-paul sartre, martin buber and søren kierkegaard influenced this type of therapy. Three types of humanistic therapy are especially influential. Client-centered therapy rejects the idea of therapists as authorities on their clients' inner experiences. Instead, therapists help clients change by emphasizing their concern, care and interest. Gestalt therapy emphasizes what it calls" organismic holism" the importance of being aware of the here and now and accepting responsibility for yourself. Existential therapy focuses on free will, self-determination and the search for meaning. Integrative or holistic therapy. Many therapists don't tie themselves to any one approach. Instead, they blend elements from different approaches and tailor their treatment according to each client's needs.

Is this danger panic attack a14 year old boy. And how to complete cure from panic attacks.

Masters in Clinical Psychology, Bachelor in Psychology
Psychologist, Indore
Is this danger panic attack a14 year old boy. And how to complete cure from panic attacks.
Hi, Panic attacks arise due to anxiety, repetitive though and fear. It's curable permanently through CBT and other supportive psychotherapies.
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I am suffering from psychosis, disturbed heartbeat, constant headache, heavy head, anxiety & depression from last years february. So I visited psychologist counsellor few days ago and she gave me a plan to leave cigarettes by nicotex (plan attached). She said me if you want to improve on your health you will have to leave the place where you smoke cigarette and gave me a total plan... But I am not able to make up mood with leaving ciggarates. Everyday I wake up at 9 a.m & have breakfast, go for smoking.  its all because my legs are having some problem because of which I will not be able to do jogging. And I am not able to make plan with it. & also its been a long time I am following this routine of cigarette smoking. I am not able to leave it. What should I do, I am not able to understand .and also my mental health is not good as I am continuously taking medicines from last year only. .how will I recover I do not know. What should I do?   More details about the presenting complaint: I am really confused but I want to leave cigarette. NOTE- Actually what happens is, because of cigarette I go out of house, because of which I feel good. But I do not want to smoke if it is affecting my health.

Masters in Clinical Psychology, Bachelor in Psychology
Psychologist, Indore
I am suffering from psychosis, disturbed heartbeat, constant headache, heavy head, anxiety & depression from last yea...
This is not clinical symptoms of psychosis. These are neurotic symptoms. Depression and anxiety are neurotic disorders. Psychotherapy is more effective for mood and anxiety related symptoms. This is a type of cognitive disorder. Excessive thoughts, obsessive thoughts and negative thoughts are common in this problem. You can go through CBT for more information and you can contact me for that.
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Firstly I do not like getting involved with peoples talking with them and I want to be alone ,i even remove all my social connections and when I am done I feel nobody care me I become sad and anxious but I also do not to get in touch with anybody. What should I do ?i can not handle my condition.

Masters in Clinical Psychology, Bachelor in Psychology
Psychologist, Indore
Firstly I do not like getting involved with peoples talking with them and I want to be alone ,i even remove all my so...
You are living your comfort zone. You are suffering form Anxiety and Depression. In this problem CBT is more effective. You can get also my therapy (CBT) online.
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