About the campaign.

“Psychology for All, and All for Psychology” is based on the vision to create a community that walks along the path of holistic well-being, mental health, and social change. This campaign will not only provide ways to enhance one’s mental being, it will act as a gateway and grant access to resources to students, professionals, and newcomers of this community that were previously difficult to unlock.

We open the door towards Psychology through

Souled Psyched Series.

Navigate through various fields of Psychology, one field at a time.

We will kickstart this event/campaign with our first ever assortment of masterclasses designed specially for you. We created this to offer a space for anyone and everyone to join in and experience the vast field of psychology for two whole days. And this is not your everyday classes, because we’re offering not only theoretical overview of each field, but also experiential sessions that you could also incorporate in your professional and personal realms.

What is the Souled Psyched series?


We know that psychology has varied avenues and deciding on a sub-field can be as confusing as surfing on Netflix for a movie on a Sunday night. What better way to explore these fields than to have a taste of each before committing your time, energy, and money to a long-term course, and that too for free! 

Let's discuss the important details.

Who should join the Souled Psyched Series?

✅ Psychology Students looking to Network 
✅ School and University students 
✅ Individuals from the psychology background
✅ Students from any other background wanting to explore psychology as a field
✅ Professionals looking to expand into new fields 
✅ Individuals curious about psychology 

Why should you join the Souled Psyched Series?

😶 Coming from a psychology background, we have gone through this nerve-wracking phase of choosing one sub-field from a plethora of available options. 

😍 We want to provide you with a one-stop solution to this and guide you from the first step itself. . Not only will this ‘Souled Psyched Series’ help you identify your area of interest, it will also provide you with the base theoretical content and practical experience that forms the structure of each of the psychology fields. 

What is the date and time of the series?

• Date: 1st and 2nd October 2022
• Duration: 2 Days 
• Day: Saturday and Sunday
• Time: Day 1: 10:30am-5:00pm 
Day 2: 11:00am- 5:00pm

Our logistics team informed us that we'll be admitting people on first come first serve basis and the seats are limited. So? Do you want to register asap or procrastinate and lose this opportunity?

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1st October'22- Day 1 Schedule

10:00 am- Induction session

10:15am- Clinical Psychology

Clinical psychology is a branch of psychology that deals with the practical application of scientific methodologies and conclusions drawn in the diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders. It is a synthesis of social science, theory, and clinical knowledge with the goal of understanding, preventing, and treating psychological distress or dysfunction, as well as promoting subjective well-being and personal development.

What you’ll learn:

• What is Clinical Psychology? How and why is it different from other fields of Psychology?
• The foundation, application and scope of Clinical Psychology
• Ice breaker: Monte Hall Problem (Related to Statistics)
• Importance of Research in Clinical Psychology 
• Who is a Clinical Psychologist?
• Credentials and Accreditations requisites
• Insight into working in the clinical setting
• Introduction to case conceptualisation (Application based learning)
• A brief Q&A with audience

11:00 am- Travel Psychology

The study of and application of information about the human mind and behaviour, specifically to the activity of travelling, is known as travel psychology. It refers to the mental, emotional, and behavioural experiences we have while travelling. Humans have commonly been referred to as "infovores" by some scientists, who note that our curiosity and desire for new information are tied to the release of feel-good brain chemicals. Our mental health benefits from movement both immediately and over time. However, even idle travel is good for the mind. Evidence suggests that two of the five essential components for good brain ageing are novelty and challenge, which we experience when travelling. Moreover, travel as well as the thought of travel or "psychological distance," can boost our creativity and imagination. 

What you’ll learn: 

• Introduction to what is travel psychology and how it works?
• An example of travel psychology
• A case study

12:00pm- Forensic Psychology

Forensic Psychology is a relatively new field that has piqued the interest of Psychology & Social Sciences students. With the popularity of OTT shows like Mind Hunters, Criminal Minds dealing with crime investigation, students are becoming more interested in the fascinating and dynamic field of Forensic Psychology. It is critical to comprehend the requirement for forensic psychological assessments in legal settings in order to fully understand the dynamics of criminal minds. If you would like to figure out this field, you'll have to be ready to communicate effectively, research problems, and think critically. 

What you’ll learn: 

• Introduction to crime and forensic psychology 
• Introduction to the legal system in india
• Ways to use psychological tools in the assessment of criminals 
• Activity: criminal profiling/ mock trial cases

2:00 pm- Health Psychology

The study of psychological and behavioural processes in health, illness, and healthcare is known as health psychology. The key themes of this discipline are understanding how psychological and behavioural factors affect physical health and sickness, as well as what theories and methods can be used to treat the mental health problems that accompany these physical disorders. The fundamental tenet of health psychology is to train practitioners to apply the research-practitioner model, which includes problem analysis and formulation, intervention design, and evaluation. learning how to use counselling techniques and different therapy philosophies to long-term chronic conditions.

What you’ll learn: 

• Introduction to health, and defining its related behaviour
• Overview of the three models employed
• Introduction to the communication and clinical skills required in assessments in this field 
• Overview of the different types of management/therapy used

3:00 pm- Neuro-Psychology

Neuropsychology is best defined by prominent neuropsychologist Arthur Benton (1975) as "A refinement of clinical neurological observation [that] serves the function of enhancing clinical observation [and] is closely allied to clinical neurological evaluation and can even be considered a subset of it." Understanding the connections between the brain, on the one hand, and the "mind" and behavioural control, on the other, is the goal of neuropsychology. Modern neuropsychology has developed theoretical frameworks and approaches for comprehending how the brain and the mind interact.

What you’ll learn:

• Introduction to clinical psychology
• Introduction to Neuropsychology
• Symptoms and neuroanatomy of neurotic and psychotic disorders
• MMSE and Addenbrooke’s cognitive examination (if time permits)
• Activity: Case study- understanding psychological symptoms and neural correlates OR Debate- Mind/ Brain dualism.

4:00 pm- Counselling Psychology

Counselling Psychology is a professional psychology specialty that focuses on general practice and health care delivery. Counselling psychology focuses on common life stresses and more serious problems with which people may struggle both individually and as a part of families, groups, and organisations. It addresses the emotional, social, cognitive, and physical health concerns people may have at different stages in their lives.

What you’ll learn: 

• Introduction to the course
• Brief introduction to the approaches 
• Timeline of an ideal counselling session; building a relationship, following up (checking the progress), and terminating the session 
• Skills required in counselling communication (2 points under each pointer provided)
• CBT Maps 

5:00 pm- Sports Psychology

Sports psychology is a relatively new field but a rapidly rising one, as our country is forever' intrigued by cricket, hockey and sporting events. This area of psychology teaches us how to optimize our performance using psychological knowledge and skills for the well-being of athletes. Through sport psychology individuals can see the life skills they have developed and how these can be transferred into other areas of life such as leadership roles, decision making, etc.

What you'll learn:
• Introduction to what is sports psychology?
• How and where can you pursue sports psychology?
• Responsibilities and skills required to be a sports psychologist.
• A brief Q and A with interested individuals

Let's meet the trainers of Day-1

  • Isaac Thomas


    "Before I even got to know about the subject of Psychology, I was always deeply fascinated by the intricacies of human behaviour. Falling hopelessly in love with the field in my Bachelors, it was apparent for me to take up Clinical Psychology for my Masters. It was the easiest decision I’ve taken in my life, for Clinical Psychology is the deepest and broadest subfield of Psychology which can satiate my incessant curiosity about the mind and its prowess. Taking the field as my passion & profession was inevitable; it keeps me updated and encourages me to keep amassing new knowledge. "

  • Sharvi Bhansali


    "When I first heard about psychology in 10th grade, two things fascinated me. One, that psychology is the study of minds and two, that was that I can choose psychology over my most dreaded subject, maths. Eventually, I realised we are still debating whether or not the brain and mind are individual entities and that psychology being considered a science is heavily dependent on empirical methods a. k. a. maths. The more paradoxes I came across, the greater the subject attracted me. Perhaps, that’s the reason I ended up in Neuropsychology, a field with great strides and yet unlimited possibilities."

  • Himika Bhasin

    "I always wanted to understand the link between physical health and mental health. Many of the chronic illnesses, not only require medication and treatment, but therapy as well, since it can be emotionally very taxing for the individual and the family. Hence, I like to work and contribute in the same field, where mental health isn’t suffering alongside a chronic illness. I believe mental health is as important as physical health. Individuals in history haven’t hesitated consulting a GP for a cough and cold, they shouldn’t hesitate before consulting a mental health professional as well. Therefore, I would like to bridge that gap!"

  • Krupa Nishar


    "Everyone thinks that once you study psychology, you have to become a counsellor. However, I didnt want to choose this path. I'm interested in working with criminals and victims and hence, chose forensic psychology. In India, people are not aware that this field exists and hence, the scope is quite limited. My enthusiasm was often met with scepticism. But I'm happy with my choice...While the scope for forensic psychology may be limited, it is constantly growing-it just takes time."

  • Spreeha Bezbaruah


    "My interest and passion for Psychology evoked when I started noticing my pet dog’s behaviours and various emotional states. From there on, I started observing the people around me and was deeply amazed at the differing behaviours produced by individuals in various situations. From the very beginning I wanted to work in the field of mental health. I believe mental health is as important as physical health and therefore I want to make therapy more accessible and feasible for people."

  • Sakina Mehta

    "I came across the topic of sports psychology during my master's program and immediately got intrigued, although the opportunity and awareness about this subject matter was sparse my love for it only kept increasing throughout my diploma! With my ongoing practice with children and adults having athletes as my clients would be a different experience altogether the best part is the sessions can be at their sport's field. The thought process behind playing a sport and to achieve excellence in it via therapy is amusing!"

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“But psychology is a more tricky field, in which even outstanding authorities have been known to run in circles, ‘describing things which everyone knows in language which no one understands’”

 - Raymond Cattell


2nd October'22- Day 2 Schedule

11:30am- 1:00pm: Art Therapy- An Experiential session

Art may aid us in understanding and healing in a variety of ways, making art therapy a diverse field. Art therapy is defined as “a form of psychotherapy that uses art media as its primary mode of expression and communication”. In essence, it entails occupying the mind and encouraging the flow of creative energy, which supports the patient's therapeutic healing. Art therapy is typically regarded as mind-body psychotherapy since it interacts with the mind, body, and spirit in a way that verbal communication cannot. They are made to make it easier for the mind to modify physiological connections and symptoms. It can be used to build resilience, reduce stress, and enhance social skills. 

What you’ll learn: 

• Introduction to Colours
• Introduction to art journaling
• Practising activities such as mind mapping or group exercises

2:00- 3:30pm: Hypnotherapy- An Experiential session

Hypnotherapy is a method that employs hypnosis in the course of treating some health concerns. Hypnotherapy functions by putting a person into a hypnotic or trance state that enables them to concentrate on their inner experiences. A focused state of attention is what is referred to as a trance state. The most common comparison is with daydreaming or "losing oneself" in a book or movie. Despite being fully conscious, a person may tune out some of the external stimuli. The interaction between the conscious and subconscious minds serves as the fundamental foundation for trance state application. Because it lacks the ability to think, the subconscious mind accepts and follows any advice supplied by the conscious mind. Nevertheless, the subject's sense of security endures throughout the experiment. The subject's willingness to participate is crucial. The patient must be willing to comply with any requests made of him by the hypnotist.

What you’ll learn: 

• Introduction to theory of mind and process of hypnotherapy
• Overview of applications of hypnotherapy
• Group Demonstration of Hypnotherapy

3:30- 5:00pm: Intermodal Dance Movement Therapy

Dance movement therapy is the psychotherapeutic use of dance to support an individual's integration of their emotional, social, cognitive, and physical selves with the aim of enhancing their health and well-being. It is founded on the experimentally supported concept that mind, body, and spirit are interdependent and inseparable- changes in the body mirror changes in the mind, and the reverse also holds true. Dance movement therapists employ body movement, the essential element of dance, as the main entry point into their psychotherapy practice, using these precepts to guide their work. They use verbal and nonverbal communication to plan and implement interventions that address the integration of the emotional, social, physical, and cognitive aspects of their clients' lives in individual, couple, family, and group settings.

What you’ll learn:

• Forming new coping strategies for building resilience. 
• Learning emotional regulation
• Stress management
• Experience catharsis
• Experiencing a safe space for emotional awareness
• Practising Mindfulness

Let's meet the Trainers of Day-2

  • Mausam Nagda

    "Around 8 years back, it was then  when I started developing an interest in Psychology. During my training I realised that this is a broader field and mental health was something I was drawn to. Today, it is a significant part of who I am. As a Mental Health Professional, it gives me satisfaction to do more and work towards the individual and collective wellbeing. Currently working as a counselling psychologist and an expressive art therapy practitioner, I strive to contribute towards mental health awareness and accessibility for communities around me."

  • Simran Wahan

    "I've been a traditional abstract artist for 23 years and work on large canvases & textured paper. I use acrylic paints, watercolours, inks, screen prints & gelli prints to make the base of the abstract painting. My work is inspired by nature, culture, emotion, social observations and spiritual learnings. Textures, layers, patterns, character formation and moderation are the essence of my art form. My Master's in Psychology and decades of experience in art brought me to a curiosity about Art Therapy. I'm a full time therapist and I use art as a medium to heal, create,  experience & communicate."

  • Radhika Goyal

    "I always heard stories and saw shows which depicted people doing some funny acts after getting “hypnotized” against their will or how it was all about optical illusions. But it was only this one time, around 8 years ago, when I got introduced to Hypnotherapy as a field from a Psychiatrist; and I was amazed. I never knew that this trance like state can be used for healthy living, providing therapy and to cure clinical conditions. Well, that was the start, and there was no going back! After that every second that I spent learning about Hypnosis, I felt that there is still so little I know about it. Now, here I am, to be that person for you who introduces you into this natural psychobiological state which can work magically."

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