The Secret Lives of Indian Men & Women, Unveiled Through Two Consecutive Crises

Mariya Jilinskaya General Psychology, Mental Health

Tweet It has been several years now that I live and work in India, and that India became a sort of fieldwork space for my psychological research. I wasn’t specifically drawn to India, I am neither an Anthropologist, nor an Ethnographist much less an Indologist, but being a Psychologist – India was to me just like any other country, like ...

‘The Ability in Vulnerability’

Dr. Farah Naqvi General Psychology, Mental Health

Tweet The other day when I took my daughter to bed to put her to sleep, it was raining, and the sky was making thundering sounds. My three-year-old clinging firmly to me said- “Mumma hug me”. These two words, “hug me” come so spontaneously to her whenever she feels threatened or cautious that it left me thinking. As adults, many ...

Announcing Dr. Nabhit Kapur as Vice-President & Head of Committee

Akshay Sharan Mental Health, News Corner, Occupational Health

Tweet IIBP appoints Prof. (Dr.) Nabhit Kapur as "VIce-President & Head, Committee for Accreditation of Occupational Health Services." On 6th April 2020, Prof. (Dr.) Nabhit Kapur was formally appointed as "Vice-President & Head, Committee for Accreditation of Occupational Health Services." This marks a landmark day in IIBP's history, as we strive to build a community of business psychologists & those ...