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Presentations & Workshops(2013-2014)

  • Stress Management Workshops conducted for post graduate students at Rameesh University By Mr. Ved Prakash Maurya.
  • Two Days Training Workshop conducted at “Uddayan” (NGO) Home for destitute Girls, Greater Noida by Ms. Sangeeta Mitra.
  • Mental Health Awareness and Sensitization Campaign conducted by Ms. Garima Kapoor, Mr. VedPrakash Maurya in collaboration with Ms. Upasana Singh, President Human Touch Foundation at District Jail Kasna, Greater Noida.
  • Guest Lecture by Dr. Rupali Shivalkar on ” Relapse Prevention Strategies in various settings” during National Workshop on Psychosocial Rehabilitation organized by IHBAS, Delhi in association with Delhi Psychiatric Society, December 2014.
  • Ear Acupuncture Detoxification Workshop by Dr. Smith(Chairman, NADA, USA) at Shanti home, Greater Noida in November 2014.
  • “Effectiveness of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy with Paranoid Schizophrenia: Case Study series”as proceedings of, by Mr. Ved Prakash Maurya, Ms. Garima Kapoor and Dr. Rupali Shivalkar XVI World Congress of Psychiatry, Spain ,September 2014.
  • “ Prioritizing Women Mental Health” by Dr. Rupali Shivalkar as Proceedings of Indian Psychiatric Society- North Zone, Annual Mid Term CME , Barogh , April 2013.


Presentations & Workshops(2015-2016)

  • “Effectiveness of Group Cognitive Behaviour therapy for Paranoid Schizophrenia”, presented by Mr. Ved prakash Maurya, Ms. Garima Kapoor and Dr. Rupali Shivalkar at International Conference On CBI(ICCBI), organised by all India Institute of Medical Sciences 2016
  • “Effectiveness of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy with Paranoid Schizophrenia:, presented by Mr. Ved Prakash Maurya. Ms. Garima kapoor and Dr. Rupali Shivalkar at 41st National Annual Conference of Indian Association of Clinical Psychologist in February 2015 at Ahmedabad , Gujarat.


Presentations & Workshops(2017-2018)

    • Paper publication in Delhi Psychiatry Society’s Journal, titled “Effectiveness of Psychosocial Rehabilitation Program for patients with chronic schizophrenia in Indian Setting” by Dr. Kavita Nagpal, Mr. Akash Ghoshal, Dr. Rupali shivalkar and Ms. Sangeeta Mitra, in 2018.
    • Paper on “EMPATHY” presented by Ms. Alisha Arora, at National Annual Conference of Indian Association of Clinical Psychologists(NACIACP) in February 2018.
    • Poster Presentation on “Therapist as a Parent: Case Study of Polysubstance Abuse Disorder” by Ms. Alisha Arora, at National Annual Conference of Indian Association of Clinical Psychologists(NACIACP) in February 2018.
    • Ms. Palak Maheshwari won Best Poster Award for “ Role of extensive Psychoeducation and exposure and response prevention in homosexual orientation obsessions in Obsessive Compulsive Disorder” at 44th National Annual Conference of Indian Association of Clinical Psychologist, NACIACP, February 2018.
    • A poster titled “ Therapeutic Relationship: Sometimes a Vehicle, Sometimes a Tool” was presented by Ms. Alisha Arora , at 27th Annual Conference of Delhi Psychiatric Society in December 2017.
    • Poster presentation by Ms. Palak Maheshwari on “Role of Psycho education in OCD” in 27th Annual conference of Delhi Psychiatry Society, December 2017.
    • Best poster Award for “ Effectiveness of Game Therapy with persistent Negative symptoms of Schizophrenia” by Mr. Ved prakash Maurya, Dr. Rupali Shivalkar, Ms. Sangeeta Mitra and Ms. Garima kapoor at 27th Annual conference of Delhi Psychiatry Society 2017.
    • Best paper Award for ” Effectiveness of Psychosocial Rehabilitation Program for Patients with Chronic Schizophrenia in Indian Setting” by Dr. Kavita Nagpal, Mr. Akash Ghoshal, Dr. Rupali Shivalkar and Ms. Sangeeta Mitra at 27th Annual Conference of Delhi Psychiatry Society 2017.
    • Paper publication in International Journal of Indian Psychology , titled” A study showing the effectiveness of Psychosocial Group therapy sessions in Rehabilitation of Schizophrenia patients- integrated CBT and Social Skills Intervention.” By Dr. Rupali Shivalkar, Ms. Garima Kapoor, Ms. Sangeeta Mitra and Mr. Ved Prakash Maurya, in 2017.


Training & & Workshops

    • Dr. Manish Kansal and Ms. Alisha Arora conducted CME on Bipolar Disorder at Shanti Mukand Hospital in 2016.
    • Stress Management Workshops were conducted for postgraduate students at Rameesh University by Mr. Ved Prakash Maurya in 2016.
    • Mental Health Awareness and sensitization campaigns were conducted by Ms. Garima Kapoor, Mr. Ved Prakash Maurya, and Ms. Sangeeta Mitra in collaboration with Ms. Upasana Singh, President of Human Touch Foundation at district Jail, Kasna, in 2016.
    • Ms. Sangeeta Mitra participated as a panelist in the “National Consultation Meeting on Decriminalization of Drug Use & Strengthening Treatment Mechanism for Women and Children Drug Users”, organized by the Ministry of Social Justice and empowerment in partnership with Federation of Indian NGOs for Drug Abuse in 2016.
    • Ms. Sangeeta Mitra served as a resource faculty for a workshop on life skills training with adolescent girls of the rural belt of Greater Noida and with jail inmates at District Jail, Kasna, Gautam Budh Nagar, UP, organized by Nehru Yuva Kendra in 2016.
    • Ms. Garima Kapoor and Ms. Priyanka Chawla served as guest faculty for a series of workshops on “Emotional Behaviour Development in Children between the age group of 06-18 years”, conducted by Uddayan Care Homes for the Care Givers of Uddayan Care Homes in 2016.


I realized I had bipolar disorder when my son was about 6 months old. I was feeling very good at one time, able to accomplish so much. I slept little and still had so much energy. My mind was constantly going. I would get upset easily at my husband for small things and be a different me infact unusual me. I finally was reading an article about bipolar and what the symptoms were. I recognized that this was me. I went to my friend and she suggested me to prefer Shanti Home. Then Shanti Home gave me with the right guidance and medication to help me be balanced.


I am Garima Bajaj daughter of Mrs. Santosh Kapoor My mom is the best mother a person can ever dream of. She is a kind soft-spoken, humble and loving lady. My mother had 2 daughters me and my younger sister Meenu Kapoor, who is in the USA. As a child my whole world revolved around her, she was there for me every time I needed her. She taught us to be good human beings, and never to give hope before trying. Whatever I am today, I am because of her. It is difficult for me to find words to express what she is to me. She ran a primary wing school, that school was doing quite well, looked after us, her husband and she did all her tasks with perfection. My father died when she was 56 years, and that was a major setback in her life. From the outside she looked strong as she had to take care of her younger daughter, she had to marry her, but inside she took a lot of tension, which I think affected her memory loss problem. After my sister got married, she was left all alone, that thought that all have gone leaving me alone was a major cause of her Dementia problem. I sold her house in Amritsar and bought her a flat in Gurgaon near my house so that she does not feel lonely, she never complained but she missed Amritsar, which also triggered her memory loss problem. She was not able to take care of her house, so I brought her to live at my place. Initially, I was not aware of the disease and the problems related to them, as the disease progressed problems related to the disease came up, and her behavior changed, she became hyper, was restless the whole day, and repeated the same thing again and again. Then I came to know about Shanti Home. It was a place for dementia patients. I talked to the doctors they were all very helpful to me. They suggested I keep her there for some period as these patients need a lot of care and monitoring which is not possible at home, so I kept her there, she was given good care at Shanti Home, her behavior also improved, there the patients are made to do a lot of activities which keep their mind involved which is very helpful for them, they have a specific area for these brain activities, this is a boom for these patients, I especially thank all the doctors at Shanti Home for their help and support, it has been a great help to me, I think Govt must also take some steps to help fight against this deadly disease. Regards Garima Bajaj

Mrs. Santosh Kapoor (Garima Bajaj)

I have been their patient for one year. They are always thorough and great listeners.

Fatima Sheikh

Easy to talk to and thorough, making for a really good experience overall.

Sanket K

The doctor was very thorough and spent time listening to me as well as conducting a complete exam. She clearly cares about her patients. I am very confident in her

Swati Verma
Swati Verma

In November 2014, I had the privilege to visit Shanti Home Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Center. I was very keen on this visit and it was a very pleasant experience for me. The Rehab home is very well equipped with trained staff, a fully functional kitchen serving nutritious meals (planned by nutritionist) to residents, surrounded by a well-maintained garden. The center has lots of activities and the daily schedule is carefully planned to provide stimulation to enhance cognition, expedite healing, teaching vocational skills so that after discharge from home the person is able to fulfill a useful role in society. Activities also included personality and linguistic skills development along with yoga, aerobics, etc. skillful use of music therapy; physiotherapy, etc. has also been incorporated. I was very happy to see the availability of doctors round the clock which ensured proper medical care. Skilled psychologists, psychotherapists, and Occupational Therapists are providing their best under the guidance of learned and eminent psychiatrists from Delhi. But the thing which made the biggest impact on my mind and heart was the human touch at the center which could be seen in the overall attitude of the staff and the environment of the rehab home. I was pleasantly surprised that even the supporting staff was attending to residents with respect and was trying their best to put a smile on residents’ faces. And then I realized why it can truly be called a (rehab) HOME. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to visit this home and spending a few hours with its loving family

Dr Rashmi Moghe Hirave

Our son was suffering from Schizophrenia, and depression and was a chain smoker. We had been to many psychiatrists, psychologists, and healers over the last six years. Finally, we admitted him in Shanti Home, Greater Noida. His recovery has been phenomenal in just three months and our son seems a ‘totally new person to us. We owe deep gratitude to the team under Dr. Rupali for providing us hope when all around us was gloomy. We have cherished our relationship with Shanti Home and with each of the doctors, psychologists, and all. While we will still be coming back regularly for counseling, the bond of trust will be everlasting. Thanks again to the entire team and with best wishes.

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