Where can a Doctoral Research Programme lead?

Where can a Doctoral Research Programme lead?

While it is well established that a scholastic career is only one possible outcome for someone who has earned a doctoral , we are only starting to understand the swarm of post-PhD, PDC. Doctoral  career paths. Clarity in understanding how doctoral earners continue contributing to knowledge, economic and social advancement following their doctoral work is important if universities wish to support the pursuit of meaningful careers by their graduates. When it comes to those who hold PhDs themselves, clarity on this process is critical to professional growth and personal well-being.

By looking at the diverse career path pursued by one of the highly trained individual Indrani Banerjee Sarangi, we can start to build a more detailed picture of the wide range of technical and transversal skills utilized along the way.

Here, we share the narratives of Indrani– who she is, what motivated her to pursue their Doctoral Research from European International University – Paris and resulting career path.

Indrani Banerjee Sarangi is a Consultant psychologist and Clinical  psychotherapist, practicing in Kolkata, India. For her it all started as a passion… helping distressed people to de-stress. But while pursuing this goal Indrani realised that in order to reach out methodically and to get a more positive result out of her sessions she needed to be qualified and trained professionally.
Indrani has earned her Masters in Psychotherapy and Counselling from the Institute of Psychotherapy and Management Sciences, Mumbai and is currently pursuing her Doctoral Research Programme from European International University, Paris, France.

She has over 17 years experience of working as a Psycho-Social Counsellor and Therapist, Personal Development Coach and Life Coach and has worked extensively with juveniles, adolescents and adults in areas of personality and mood disorders, general counselling (for stress, anger, anxiety, depression etc.) child counselling, adolescent counselling, inter-personal or couple counselling, infertility, etc. Her forte is non-judgemental counselling in a comfortable environment that helps clients to heal, grow with confidence and live better.

Besides individual counselling Indrani is also an experienced corporate and group counsellor and has worked with organisations like ICICI Bank, ICICI Life Insurance, Rotary Club of Kolkata, Kendriya Vidyalaya, West Bengal Voluntary Health Association and the National Geographic Channel.
She has also attended and spoken at several seminars on Positive Parenting, Adaptation of Adolescents, Tackling Examination Anxiety, Handling Peer Pressure, Ragging in Educational Institutions and Teachers as Friends (orientation program for teachers).
Indrani primarily follows ‘client-centric’ approach, but also works in an ‘eclectic’ way, which means, she takes elements of several different models and combine them while working with clients. She strongly advocates Positive Psychology and is passionate about enhancing her client’s well-being and helping them to live a more fulfilling life. She believes in the humanistic view that every person has the right to and has the potential of ‘self-actualisation’; and can definitely achieve that with the help of experienced counselling. indrani-therapy.com

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