Pulkit Sharma

pulkitsharmaPulkit Sharma is a well-known Clinical Psychologist in Delhi. He is trained in Psychotherapy, Psychoanalysis, Cognitive- behavior therapy and trauma counseling. Patients from all parts of Delhi, NCR and north India have been visiting him to seek psychological treatments. Pulkit is also keenly interested in spirituality that has influenced his techniques of psychological treatment. He sees psychological treatment not simply as a tool to remove symptoms but as a pathway of discovering the subconscious mind, developing self-love, striving for self-actualization and transcendence. He feels that psychological problems arise because people are disconnected from their higher or superconscious self due to traumatic life experiences. The task of psychotherapy is to work through these traumatic experiences and restore the higher self. As a contributor to Life Positive he has elaborated on these aspects by writing detailed case studies and reflections. Pulkit has been working as a psychologist in Delhi for more than five years. He specializes in treatment of long-term conflicts and personality disorders. He has conducted several workshops and lectures on psychology and healing for both general population and mental health professionals. He has appeared on several radio and television programs in order to reflect on psychological aspects of important happenings. He has also been a part of community projects that provide psychotherapy and crisis intervention to victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, terrorist attacks, torture and migration. In his leisure time, Pulkit likes to read, write and indulge in creative and spiritual activities. His write-ups, columns, quiz and inputs have appeared in leading national newspapers and magazines including Life Positive, The Times of India, The Hindustan Times, Mail Today, India Today, Business Standard, Times Wellness, The Times Crest, The Speaking Tree, The Pioneer, The Economic Times, The Tribune, Dainik Bhaskar, Asian Age, Better Homes and Gardens, Cosmopolitan, Youth Epoch, Womens Health, Mens Health, Deccan Chronicle, Deccan Herald, Dainik Jagran, Rashtriya Sahara, Open, Tehelka and Psychological Studies.