• Psy Lens
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Profile

The Psy Lens center is run by Mrs. Sudipta Roy who is an RCI registered Clinical Psychologist working in this field for 23 years. Psy-Lens aims to help children, adolescents, adults and elderly people for a better living. It is also committed to increasing quality and access to training for aspiring mental health professionals working in the field of psychology.

About Mrs. Sudipta Roy
Qualification
  • B.A. (Psychology. St. Xavier's)
  • M.A. in Psychology (MS University, Baroda)
  • M.Phil in Medical and Social Psychology (NIMHANS, Bangalore)
  • Ph. D submitted at the Department of Psychology (M.S University of Baroda)
Designation

Consultant Clinical Psychologist (PsyLens)

Past positions held
  • (Formerly) Lecturer/Department of Psychology and Department of Human Development and Family Studies, MSU of Baroda
  • Honorary consultant Clinical Psychologist at Marg Counseling Center, Baroda.
  • Research and Documentation Officer
  • Research fellow at NCERT, New Delhi
  • Co-ordinated various Post Graduate Programs on Learning Disabilities


Mission
Mission

The Psy-lens center seeks to help children, adolescents, adults and the elderly people to be happier and healthier. We use scientifically recommended psychological methods to diagnose and help resolve their problems (such as academic, emotional, behavioral, marital and other mental health related issues etc.)

vision
Vision

To provide the best of the services (diagnosis, psychological assessments, psycho-education, psychotherapy, marital counseling, remedial education and counseling, and psychological care for the patients with chronic health problems.) We strive to serve people through genuine and dedicated work.

Statement
Statement

Life is a series of thousands of tiny miracles. We help you notice them.



Counseling

Counseling is a health service specialty in professional psychology. It focuses on how people function both personally and in relationships at all ages.

It addresses the emotional, social, work, school and physical health concerns people may have at different stages in their lives, focusing on typical life stresses and more severe issues with which people may struggle as individuals and as a part of families, groups and organizations.

Where it can help

  • Addictions
  • Bereavement
  • Bullying
  • Illness
  • Mental health issues
  • Relationships
  • Trauma

Techniques

  • Play therapy
  • Talk therapy
  • Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)
  • Rational Emotive Behavior Techniques (REBT)

What to expect

  • Formal and informal evaluation
  • Guidance
  • Help
  • Advice and decision making skills
  • Support
  • Increased self-esteem
  • Motivation

Our Services

  • School and career/work adjustment concerns.
  • Making decisions about career and work, and dealing with school‐work‐retirement transitions.
  • Relationship difficulties‐ including marital and family difficulties.
  • Increasing understanding and compatibility for engaged or dating couples
  • Working with Learning and skill deficits.
  • Stress management and coping with negative life events.
  • Organizational problems.
  • Dealing with and adjusting to physical disabilities, disease or injury.
  • Enhancing personal/social adjustment.
  • Help in the development of one's identity.
  • Developing better people skills
  • Assertiveness training
  • Anger management
  • Reduced distress and effective treatment for Mental disorders.
  • Better problem solving abilities

Workshop


Testimonials

Counseling helped me sort out my problems and get my life back in order. It helped me take care of my academic confusion and experienced guidance showed me the right path. Felt good to be heard and understood.

I have been having psychiatric treatment since a lot many years, seen many doctors and counsellors not really paying attention to what the patient has to say, not really trying to understand what is going on and what the patient needs. At Psylens Clinic, I met some amazing professionals, with their soft and gentle approach I felt I could trust them straightaway, they have brilliant assistants and staff members who are professional and understanding since day 1 of your treatment.
Dr. Sudipta Roy, the head, is psychologist that a lot of patients need and are not able to find, she has an ability to go deep into the patients story and listen to everything that they have to say and see things from their perspective and offer solutions that could be compatible with the patient's life and circumstances, the psychological techniques taught have really helped me and I started improving with the counselling sessions that she offered, Depression is a very tricky disease and Dr. Roy has just right mind to crack into its mechanisms and inhibitions in a way that her patients feel rescued by her. 
I will forever be grateful to the Psylens Clinic, I recommend it to everyone looking for help.

Anxiety Poem

There are calluses over my fingers, scabs which have formed as a result of my fingers plucking at my skin. Pulling the hangnails & pushing back the cuticles, exposing the thin strip of muscle at the edge of each fingernail.
My teeth gnaw on my lower lip, biting them until they bleed. It hurts a lot. Why?
Because I worry a lot they say
I'm over thinking. But, I'm not
It’s just how my brain is weird. One thought leads to another having no connection
I can't help it
Then, the paranoia settles in
“Will they hate me?”
“Will they abandon me?”
“Will they support me?”
These questions swirl in my mind,
Gaining momentum, having traction until they snowball into an avalanche of a panic attack
My palms become sweaty
My heartbeat starts to skyrocket
I can't breathe
It’s as if I'm claustrophobic. I can't get out. I keep scratching the wall. I keep on calling for help
But, my voice can't be heard over the façade of smiles & pretenses of familiarity. They say that silence is the most deafening scream of them all. But, aren’t they more profound? They are so much more poignant & get things done faster. The lambs were silent as well; weren’t they killed in the end.
Much good it did to them
I told you, my thoughts are not interconnected. So I'm jumping from one topic to other, with bad transitions between them. They are jagged pieces of emotions; shards so sharp you could slice open your finger on them.
I wonder how many times I need to prove that I am not okay.
They see the scars and the attacks and the tears, but they never acknowledge it.
How much more do I need to convey that I might act as if I'm unbreakable or invincible, but I am just reducing myself to the branches of the tree in your neighborhood, which is slowly rotting to death.

OCD Poem

I want to be clean
To be ridden of these anxious thoughts inside me
I scratch
I scratch
I scratch
The skin on my wrist with my nails so I feel some relief
This is irrational, I know
I cannot stop this scratching of my skin
There are germs crawling all around the place
But before I enter the room
I step in, and out
I step in, and out
I step in, and out
Before turning on the lights and cleaning the dining table with a cleaning spray, I want to be clean
Shiny
Sparkly
Perfect
But, there are thoughts I can't get rid of
About the fire which might happen if I’ve left the gas knob on before leaving the house
About my friends dying in a car accident
About me failing all my tests even after I’ve prepared them
I want to be pristine
These thoughts won’t let me be clean
So I pick
I pick and I pick
The scars which have formed on my wrist
Maybe letting some blood out, will finally make me clean
So I don’t have to scratch and pick;
Scratch and pick;
Scratch and pick;
Anymore