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PROSPECTUS
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M.Sc. (Counselling & Psychotherapy) / M.A.(Psychology)/ P.G.D.P.C./ P.G.D.I.C./ M.B.A./ M.Phil(Psychology)/ M.Phil (Counselling & Guidance)

Collaborative Programmes

Institute for Psychotherapy & Management Sciences
Mumbai

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The Global Open University Nagaland

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Dr. G. RAJAMOHAN M.A., Ph. D., D. Litt., P.G.D.C.G., Dip. H.C.P. Head of the Department.

From the desk of the Head of the Department Dear Friend, In my thirty years of clinical experience, I have seen and treated thousands of persons with some problem or the other. There are basically three kinds of persons coming to consult me those suffering from Physical Disorders, those who suffer from purely Psychological or functional disorders and variety suffering from psycho-physiological problems. Besides these clients, students and parents come for career counseling. Industries and organization make use of our services for selection and recruitment, for training and development – all these because of the background in Psychology, Psychotherapy and counselling. The intrusion of western culture into our societal fabric, decaying of the joint family system, globalization etc. has made our life style complicated. Our problems have become multidimensional. There is identity crisis’ amongst our youth. There are problems that parade from childhood to old age, these psychological hazards impair and retard development. It is startling fact that in the state of Tamilnadu alone there are more than 6 lakh people suffering from mental disorders – this amounts to 1% of the population. This does not include people suffering from maladjustment & personality problems which is the resultant to stress and strain of modern life / Competitive life.
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The IPMS has been serving the noble cause of creating awareness in this direction. The dictum Mental Health is National Wealth should become a catchword and should form an integrated part of our National Agenda. With experienced and qualified faculty member and curriculum drafted by learned Professors, the course conducted by IPMS would help the participants to have a profound understanding of the subject. Psychotherapy and Counselling are scientific techniques developed and experimented over 100 years and put to practice it is not merely talking, advising or persuasion as many think. The techniques and principles are to be learned with scientific temper and rigorous training is required for one to become a Psychotherapist or a Counsellor. IPMS with its vast resources, backed by highly experienced and qualified professional will definitely be an institution worth accreditation with star status. Be proud to be a product of I.P.M.S.

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INTRODUCTION
INSTITUTE FOR PSYCHOTHERAPY AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCES (I.P.M.S.) is started with the noble mission of providing counselling and Psychotherapy courses at an affordable cost to the interested Indian inviduals. The institution (I.P.M.S.) is duly registered under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860. Under the provisions to this Act this INSTITUTION IS RECOGNISED AS A SERVICE, TRAINING AND RESEARCH ORGANISATION. The Institute offers training and service to all persons regardless of caste, creed, religion and region. It maintains National character and serves on all India basis. Our students are from different parts of the country and abroad also. The Executive Committee consisting of committed people, is responsible for the general development and maintenance of the Institution. Its vision is to develop as a unique institution in the country. The Managing Committee constitutes experts from the fields of Psychology, Counselling, Education, Management, Medicine and Media Communication etc., vested with authority to confer Certificates, Diplomas and Professional Awards.

FELT NEED
Despite an increase in scientific productivity and material success, statistics shows that the rate of mental disturbances in terms of Suicide, Alcoholism, Drugs, Marital breakdown and the like are increasing at an alarming rate. It would seem that as the material comforts of life have increased, mental health is deteriorating. Mental health is achieved if man develops into full maturity according to the characteristics and laws of human nature. Mental illness consists in the failure of such development. According to the National Mental Health Programme document about 20-30 million Indians are in need of some form of mental health care. Every year 2,50,000 new cases are reported. But those figures do not include the thousands of others who may be suffering in silence without access to help. With proper care, atleast 60 percent of these mentally ill people can recover completely and atleast 70 percent can avoid chronic illness and disability. A large number of people can be helped merely by listening, providing care and equipping them with life skills to cope with stressful situations in life. A growing awareness of the shortage of professional guidance and the ineffectiveness of traditional treatment has led to a large number of persons to seek new avenues. In the next five years India needs atleast 1,00,000 counselors nationwide. Right now we don’t have even 3000 trained Counselors.

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Institute for Psychotherapy& Management Sciences
MUMBAI

IN ASSOCIATION WITH

The Global Open University Nagaland
The Institute of Psychotherapy & Management Sciences (IPMS) in association with The Global Open University (henceforth referred to as TGOU) Nagaland, offers courses such as M.Sc. (Counselling & Psychotherapy), M.A.(Psychology), PGDPC, PGDIC, M.B.A. (Behavioural Sciences), M.Phil (Counselling & Guidance), M.Phil (Psychology). This courses shall be conducted as Post Graduate Degree Courses of TGOU, Wokha, Nagaland. TGOU having campuses at Kohima, Dimapur and Wokha, will register the students of IPMS for Post Graduate Diploma / Master Degree / M.Phil Degree and will conduct examination at different locations in India. The University will award Certificate / Diploma and Degrees to the successful candidates.

The Global Open University Nagaland
The Global Open University (TGOU) Nagaland has been established under the provisions of The Global Open Uinversity Act 2006 (Act 3 of 2006) of the Government of Nagaland, with a view to introducing vocational, job oriented and employment centric education. The state of Government of Nagaland has taken bold steps in strengthening the activities of The Global Open University Nagaland for enabling the world institution building programme (WIBP) to develop adequate infrastructure in Nagaland in general and at Wokha, Kohima and Dimapur in particular.

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CORRESPONDENCE CUM VOCATIOANL TRAINING PROGRAMMES

1. M.Sc. IN COUNSELLING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY :
Subjects - I YEAR
1. Personality Development 2. Psychology of Adjustment 3. Psychopathology 4. Techniques and methods of Counselling 5. Marriage and Family Counselling

Subjects - II YEAR
1. Principles and techniques of Psychotherapy 2. Clinical assessment 3. Psychological therapies 4. Behaviour therapies 5. Career Counselling Or Project work And Case Illustrations

Practical Work
Participants are expected to practice counselling and psychotherapy with individuals in need of help. Verbatims are to be written and sent to IPMS for supervision and comments for further improvement. Atleast 10 verbatims need to be written five in each year.

Contact Classes
A contact class programme will be arranged at all admission centers depending on the No. of candidates) and it is important that all need to attend and benefit from it. It will give a good orientation and familiarity with the theory papers. However the contact classes are voluntary. Eligibility : Graduation from any recognized University.

2. M.A. in PSYCHOLOGY
Subjects - I YEAR
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Advanced General Psychology. Social & Community Psychology. Health Psychology. Research Methods. Abnormal Psychology

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Subjects - II YEAR
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Environmental Psychology. Sports Psychology. Behaviour Modification. Counselling Psychology. Practicals

Contact Classes
A contact class programme will be arranged at all admission centers depending on the No. of candidates) and it is important that all need to attend and benefit from it. It will give a good orientation and familiarity with the theory papers. Contact classes will be conducted for 10 Days of which attendance for 3 days is compulsory. Eligibility : Graduate from a Recognised University.

3. P G DIPLOMA IN PSYCHOLOGICAL COUNSELLING: Subjects –
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Personality Development Psychology of Adjustment Psychopathology Techniques and Methods of Counselling Marriage and Family Counselling

Counselling theory :
There are 5 theory papers for the course. Lessons prepared by experienced professionals in the field will be supplied to candidates at regular intervals.

Field Work :
Candidates after going through the lessons one by one, need to practice skills and Counselling techniques of counseling wherever possible. Verbatim reports may be prepared and sent to the institution. They will be returned after correction by the staff for understanding and modification during the next sessions of counseling. Verbatim reports sharpen your counseling technique.

Contact Programme :
The Contact Programme will help participants to get familiarized with the concepts and the subject matter. Those who had attended short workshops and courses also can review and reinforce the concepts and sharpen the skills. It will also give an opportunity to meet and get acquainted with the staff of the Institution. Eligibility : Graduation from any recognized University.

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4. P.G. DIPLOMA IN INDUSTRIAL COUNSELLING:
Subjects 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Personality Development Psychology of Adjustment Organizational Behaviour Techniques and Methods of Counselling Human Relations in Industry

Contact Classes
A contact class programme will be arranged at all admission centers depending on the No. of candidates) and it is important that all need to attend and benefit from it. It will give a good orientation and familiarity with the theory papers. However the contact classes are voluntary. Eligibility : Graduation from any recognized University.

5. M.Sc. in Counselling and Psychotherapy FOR THOSE WHO

HAVE COMPLETED P.G. DIPLOMA programmes
M.S. course is offered to those who have successfully completed P.G. Diploma program in Psychological Conselling / Industrial Counselling. They are given one full Year credit of the M.S. Course. Only the second year course needs to be completed viz.

Subjects –
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Principle and techniques of Psychotherapy Clinical assessment Psychological therapies Behavior therapies Career Counselling OR Project work and Case Illustrations

6. MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION – Behavioural Sciences ( This program is offered by The Global Open University Nagaland)
This program designed to meet the growing demand of experts in the field of Human resource development. It offers an integrated and effective educational experience to the participant. The career perspectives, case applications, class exercises etc., provide a variety of instructional material for participants.

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A detailed syllabus, scheme of examination, contact classes and other guidelines will be given separately after the admission. Institute provides professional guidance for the students at every stage. Those who have keen interest, high motivation and are willing to participate actively should join the course. The duration of the course is 2 years. The following are the theory papers of study in each academic year.

Subjects First Semester
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Management Process and Perspectives Organizational Behaviour Managerial Economics Management Accounting Quantitative Techniques Computer Aided Management Total Quality Management Business Communication

Second Semester
9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. Human Resource Management Marketing Management Financial Management Business Laws Research Methodology Production and Operations Management Economic Environment of Business Business Ethics

Third Semester
17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. Management Information Systems Logistics and Supply Chain Management Management Control Systems Advance General Psychology Counselling Psychology Behaviour Modification Techniques and Methods of Counselling Behaviour Therapies

Fourth Semester
25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. Strategic Management Project Management Performance Appraisal and Management Management of Training and Development Managing Interpersonal Group Behavior Masters Thesis & Viva Voce

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Eligibility: Graduation From Any Recognized Indian University.

7. M.Phil – (MASTER OF PHILOSOPHY) – Counselling & Guidance
Subjects –
1. 2. 3. 4. Psychotherapies & Counselling Techniques Research Methods Abnormal Psychology Thesis.

Eligibility: Post Graduation in Psychology from any recognized Indian University OR M.S. (Counselling & Psychotherapy) from I.P.M.S., Mumbai

8. M. Phil – (MASTER OF PHILOSOPHY)- Psychology
Subjects –
1. 2. 3. 4. Social Psychology Research Methods Abnormal Psychology Thesis.

Eligibility: M.A. / M.Sc. (Psychology) from any recognized Indian University

All correspondence shall be addressed to : The Director I.P.M.S. E-3, 1st Floor, Ashokraj Co-operative Housing Society, S.V.Road, B/h Ratna Hotel, Goregaon (W), Mumbai – 400 062. Tel: 66922901 :: 28790890

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Independent programmes conducted by University for which IPMS will be providing the free counselling and admission guidance. However, the postgraduate and M.Phil programmes are conducted by TGOU from its campuses of Wokha, Kohima & Dimapur in Nagaland.

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1. M.A. / M.Sc. in Medicinal Plant
Subjects – I Year
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Introduction to Medicinal Plants Medicinal Plants Cultivation Phyto- Pharmaceutical Studies (Pharmacognosy) Conservation, Distribution and Development of Medicinal Plants Phytochemistry

Subjects – II Year
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Phyto-Pharmaceuticals Studies (Pharmacology) Medicinal Plants Resource Management Quality Control for Medicinal Plants Extraction and Marketing of Medicinal Plants Master’s Thesis

Eligibility: B.Sc. (Botany) / (Biology), B.S.M.S., BA.M.S. OR Graduation from any recognized Indian University.

2. M.Sc. in Health Care and Hospital Administration Subjects – I Year
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Introduction to Health Care and Hospital Administration Hospital Administration System Hospital Enterprises Management Hospital Rules & Regulations Hospital Automation and Information Management

Subjects – II Year
6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Health Care and Hospital Facilities Hospital Human Resources Management Hospital Counselling and Rehabilitation Services Hospital, Public Health and Safety Master’s Thesis

Eligibility: M.B.B.S., B.D.S., B.S.M.S., B.A.M.S., B.U.M.S. OR Graduation From Any Recognized Indian University

3. M.Phil–(MASTER OF PHILOSOPHY)–Geriatric Care Subjects –
1. Research Methodology 2. Gerontology

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3. Specialization (Only one paper to be opted) a. Paper 1 : Geriatric Diseases and Cure b. Paper 2 : Geriatric Entertainment c. Paper 3 : Geriatric Security 4. Thesis. Eligibility: M.D. ( Medicine) – in any Branch, M.D. (Siddha), M.D. (Ayurveda), M.D. (Homeopath), M.D.S., M.P.T., M.Sc. (Nursing) – in any Branch, M.Sc. (Psychology), M.S.W. - from any recognized Indian University OR M.S. (Psychotherapy & Counselling) from I.P.M.S. , Mumbai

4. M.Phil – (MASTER OF PHILOSOPHY) – Business Administration Subjects 1. 2. 3. 4. Research Methodology New Trends in Management Research in Marketing Management Thesis.

Eligibility: M.B.A. / M.Com. OR Equivalent Qualification from any recognized Indian University

5. M.Phil – (MASTER OF PHILOSOPHY) – Entrepreneurship Subjects 1. 2. 3. 4. Research Methodology History of Entrepreneurship Business and its Management Thesis

Eligibility: M.B.A. OR Equivalent Qualification from any recognized Indian University

6. M.Phil – (MASTER OF PHILOSOPHY) – Social Work Subjects 1. 2. 3. 4. Research Methodology Social Work in India NGO Management in India Thesis

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Eligibility: M.S.W. OR M.A. (Sociology) from any recognized Indian University

7. M.Phil – (MASTER OF PHILOSOPHY) – Education Subjects –
1. 2. 3. 4. Research Methodology Trends in Education Environmental Education Thesis

ELIGIBILITY: M.Ed. OR Equivalent Qualification from any recognized Indian University

8. M.Phil – (MASTER OF PHILOSOPHY) – Health Care and Hospital Administration Subjects 1. 2. 3. 4. Research Methodology Health Care Practices in India Materials Management in Hospitals Thesis.

Eligibility: Post Graduation in Management / Medicine / Allied Health Care / M.Sc. (Nursing) / M.P.T. / M.O.T. OR Equivalent Qualification from any recognized Indian University

9. M.Phil – (MASTER OF PHILOSOPHY) - Medicinal Plants Subjects 1. 2. 3. 4. Research Methodology Pharmacognosy Export Potential of Medicinal Plants Thesis.

Eligibility: Post Graduation in Medicinal Plants / M.D. (Ayurveda)/ M.D. (Siddha) OR Any Equivalent qualification from any recognized Indian University

10. Master of Business Administration Subjects First Semester
1. Management Process and Perspectives 2. Organizational Behaviour

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3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Managerial Economics Management Accounting Quantitative Techniques Computer Aided Management Total Quality Management Business Communication

Second Semester
9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. Human Resource Management Marketing Management Financial Management Business Laws Research Methodology Production and Operations Management Economic Environment of Business Business Ethics

Third Semester
17. Management Information Systems 18. Logistics and Supply Chain Management 19. Management Control Systems

* Subjeect 1 to 19 are Common for all Specialization Areas Human Resource Management Specialization
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. HR Planning and Development Labour Laws in India Organizational Change and Development Industrial Relations International HR Management

Marketing Management Specialization
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Advertising and Sales Promotion Management of Services Marketing Research International Business International Marketing

Financial Management Specialization
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Corporate Finance Taxation in India Indian Financial System Management of Financial Services Security Analysis and Portfolio Management

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Information Technology & Systems Specialization
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Systems Analysis and Design Software Engineering Database Management Systems Internet Applications and JAVA Computer Graphics

Fourth Semester
25. Strategic Management 26. Project Management

* Specialization Areas Human Resource Management Specialization
1. Performance Appraisal & Management 2. Management of Training & Development 3. Managing Interpersonal group behaviour

Marketing Management Specialization
1. Consumer Behaviour 2. Brand Management 3. Rural Marketing

Financial Management Specialization
1. International Finance 2. Management of Financial Institution 3. Strategic Cost Management

Information Technology & Systems Specialization
1. Web Technologies 2. RDBMS 3. Computer Communications & Network

30. Thesis Presentation & Viva Voce Eligibility: Graduation From Any Recognized Indian University.

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SOME INSTRUCTIONS FOR PARTICIPANTS OF DISTANCE EDUCATION – 1. Lessons will be dispatched, once it is ready after receiving the filled in application form with the necessary certificates and the required fee. 2. Contact programme will be held at all contact programme centers with a short duration of 4 days. (Depending on No. of candidates). 3. Written Examination will be held at all contact programme centers (Depending on No. of candidates). 4. Participants are encouraged to attend the contact classes as they will immensely benefit from it. 5. When there is need, individual replies will be given. 6. Institute will be glad to provide counseling services to any of your counselors at reasonable charges. 7. Study materials will be sent for all chapters, which is sufficient from Examination point of view. However, our students are requested to go through the suggested readings, as it will provide them wider exposure. 8. There will be no communication made regarding remittance of Installments. Students should remit it at the given due dates.

Admission to the course is open to persons from all over India subject to the condition that disputes of any kind arising shall be resolved / decided only by Court, forum, Tribunal located in Nagaland and no other Court, Forum, Tribunal will have any jurisdiction to resolve / decide in respect of any dispute.

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PSYCHOTHERAPY AS A CAREER
With the increasing pace of life, the ever-changing economy, complex relationships, the secular trend of growth & overwhelming pressures, the subjective discomfort in people has increased manifold. The general notion that the tolerance level of people is going down and so the stress levels are going up; stems from the fact that now a days the pace of change is very rapid. The world is becoming more and more accessible and thus, the affect of one culture on the other is intensifying. The pressures of ‘living’ itself are overwhelming. In the desperation to catch up with the pace of change around us, we also are changing rapidly. The definitions of achievement & success are changing. In an effort to earn a little extra, to be little more, to possess a little more we are compromising on the contentment of self. To cope up with ourselves, we then try & learn techniques to manage ourselves better to be able to do more. It seems like we are living a 48-hour day & still it feels less. Relaxation does not come to us by itself nowadays. We need to put in effort to relax. Some of us prefer yoga, some meditation, some medication & some the alternate therapies. Psychotherapy & counseling are one of these alternate ways to catch up with oneself – to see inwardly to reduce subjective distress & live life to its fullest. What is psychotherapy? As is experienced, ‘talking things over’ has helped all of us in finding solutions to our problems or reducing our tensions. Psychotherapy is also aimed at reducing our distress or anxiety and equipping us in finding our own solutions. Psychotherapy works on the assumption that pathology (physical & mental) is a result of a person’s perceptions, interpretations, beliefs & expectations about oneself as well as others. A child has stomachaches to skip school, a teenager has fever just before the examinations & a manager has a backache due to excessive work pressure. All these people are suffering from physical ailments but have psychological causes. We tend to ignore the causes and treat the symptoms to experience the same pain again & increase the dosage of medicine next time. Psychotherapy aims at – 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Finding these causes & equipping people to handle stress & anxiety better; Changing maladaptive patterns of behaviour; Improving the quality of interpersonal relationships & interaction abilities; Modifying false interpretations & beliefs; Understanding & resolving conflicts arising from expectations from self as well as others; 6. Reducing the damaging impact of emotional reactions and 7. Equipping in problem-solving & resolving crisis.

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The list is exhaustive and can go on. In short, the objective of Psychotherapy is to remove / reduce distress & improve the quality of living. How does Psychotherapy work? Psychotherapy practiced by mental health professionals works by total acceptance of the client. It is a process, where the therapist introduces certain psychological interventions in the relationship – making this relationship different from other relationships. These interventions are deliberately planned and are introduced after ascertaining the readiness of the client. The therapist uses his knowledge of psychological theories to structure interventions. These interventions bring about change in the cognition, emotion and action of the client. The therapist facilitates the process of change in the desired direction. Who can be a Psychotherapist? The therapist is genuinely interested in people and wishes to alleviate distress or suffering. He is warm, receptive and most of all – non-judgmental. He is perceptive, having an ability of picking up the said as well as unsaid, and the impact of this on the client. He should be self-aware and in control of his emotions. He is trained in the theories of Psychology & Psychotherapy. He has an understanding of human behavior and is trained in using the techniques of Psychotherapy and Counseling. In what fields is Psychotherapy and Counselling applicable? Counselling is applicable in every field that deals with people. Doctors, lawyers, teachers, clergymen are all involved in counseling in some form or the other. The different kinds of therapies available are:Student Counselling :Many students undergo crisis during their schooling or college years. The crisis could be in form of a behavioral or conduct problem (like aggressiveness), inability to cope in class or concentrate, academic backwardness or fluctuating performance in academics. Recognizing and working with the problems at this level can ensure healthy & optimal development of a child into a fully functional adult. Career Counselling :Today, teenagers are faced with increasing options of careers, family pressures, complex needs (achievement, job satisfaction, good salary, optional use of ones’ potential etc.), inability to commit and grow in one field and/or confusion in recognizing future trends of the market. This leads them into a never-ending search of what they wish to take up as a filed of study or what they want to become. Career counseling is working with people so that they can decide on the path of action that would suit them most in the future.

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Parent Counselling :In this parents are helped through any crisis pertaining to their children. Usually it is clubbed with Play Therapy to obtain maximum results. At times parents have to be helped through crisis is life – like raising a special child. Parent counseling is used to support them through this crisis and equip them with techniques of managing their child. Vocational Guidance :This refers to providing people with information about available resources that suits their personality and needs. Play Therapy :It is used with children who are facing problems at home or school and/or are manifesting disturbed behavior, conduct problems or academic backwardness. The conflicts in the child are recognized and resolved through the process of play. Usually this technique is used for children below the age of 12 years and people with borderline or low intelligence or pervasive developmental disorders. Insight Oriented Individual Therapy :This therapy involves intensive work with the client/patient in gaining insight and resolving ones’ conflict oneself. The therapist acts as a facilitator in the journey of self-discovery and/or alleviation of distress/symptoms in the client. The therapy is used from problems ranging from mild distress to major pathological problems. Individual behaviour Therapy :This aims at modifying maladaptive behaviours and dysfunctional cognitions. It also helps individual achieve competencies in which they may be lacking that lead to dissatisfaction – like assertiveness training for the individual to become more assertive. Marital Counseling or Couples’ Therapy :This therapy aims at resolving marital issues and helping couples develop healthy patterns of communication and a problem solving approach to reduce frictions in marriage. It works around expectations, gender roles, need gratification and interaction patterns. Family Therapy :Disturbed families give rise to disturbed individuals. Family therapy aims at resolving conflicts within the family members, improving relationships and faulty interactions.

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Group Therapy :The therapist acts like a facilitator and the members of the group support each other and help resolve issues of one another. Career opportunities as a Counsellor or Psychotherapist :Career of a psychotherapist is that of a professional. A good network can ensure a steady flow of clientele. A Counsellor or Psychotherapist can: Set up private practice or consultation. Get attached to an NGO. Work as a school or College Counsellor. Work in a hospital as a General Counsellor or choose a specific technique of counseling or psychotherapy. Work with a psychiatrist or generally practitioner. Get associated to a Special School. Conduct workshops on various topics like – stress management, effective parenting etc. Use the skills in their respective profession – teaching, law, nursing, HR consultation etc. RULES & REGULATIONS 1. The fees once paid will not be refunded under any circumstances. 2. All students who take admission by installments must make timely remittances of their tuition fees, failing which the admission may be treated as discontinued. 3. In the event of some doubt arising in the interpretation of provisions, practices and rules, the decision of the Director will be final and binding on the students. 4. All disputes of any nature are subject to Nagaland Legal Jurisdiction only. 5. Any change in governmental policies would be binding on the Institute. In such unforeseen circumstances the same will be applicable on to the students and the Institute would not be held responsible for the same.

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FEE STRUCTURE
S. No.

Course
DDI* 2600 2600 5000 5000 3000 13410 5810 5810 33525 14525 26525 20115 8715 8715 33525 14525 14525 33525 14525 26525 DDII 3900 3900 7500 7500 4500 Total 6500 6500 12500 12500 7500

One Time Payment

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 PGDPC PGDIC M.Sc.(Counselling&Psychotherapy) M.A. (Psychology) M.Sc. (C & P) – (for those who have completed PGDPC / PGDIC) M.B.A. (Behavioural Sciences) M. Phil (Counselling & Guidance) M. Phil (Psychology) M.B.A. (All others) M. Phil. (All other Subjects) M.A. / M.Sc. ( All other Subjects )

I Installment (Alongwith Application form) DDI* DDII Total 2600 3900 6500 2600 3900 6500

II Installment (After 6 months) DDI* 2400 2400

III Installment (After12 months)

IV Installment

(After 18 months)

DDII 3600 3600

Total 6000 6000

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5715 4515 4515 -

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8000 8000 6500

NOTE :

The DDI* should be in favour of “THE GLOBAL OPEN UNIVERSITY NAGALAND” Payable at New Delhi.

The DDII should be in favour of “INSTITUTE FOR PSYCHOTHERAPY & MANAGEMENT SCIENCES” Payable at Mumbai.

ADDRESSES OF DIFFERENT AUTHORISED COUNSELLING CENTRES:
Dr. Kamal Khurana B – 3/ 80, Safdurjung Enclave, New Delhi – 110 029 Mob No: 9810126165/ 9810983328 Dr. G. Rajamohan Benco, J – 4, First Cross, Near St John’s School, Besant Nagar, Chennai – 90 Tel.No. 65280838 Mob.No. 9840194489 Mrs. Shakuntala Sengupta, 23/J, Bade Raipur Road, Near Shaktigarh Play Ground, Jadavpur, Kolkata – 700 032. Tel.No. 033-24140781 Mob.No.9903041952/ 9836622896/9874138959 Dr. G. Dinakaran “Mansanthi”, Aishwarya Complex, Anjilithanam, Thiruvalla – 685 982. Tel. No. 0469-2691157 Mob.No. 9847027138 Mr. C.V. Ravi Shankar, 403 – Lakshmi Tower, Road No.3, Bakaran, Musheerabad, Hyderabad- 20 Tel.No.040- 27672995 / 65577417 Mob.No. 9391033673

Mrs. Vinita Kumar B – 2, 603, Lunkad Amazon, Viman Nagar, Pune : 411 014 Tel.No: 020-26501305 Mob.No. :9823067704

Mrs. Latha V. Durairaj, C/o. Dr. V.S. Durairaj, B-II-503, White House, 6th Main,15th Cross,R.T.Nagar, Bangalore – 560 032. Tel.No. 080-23634639
Ms. Meenakshi Kirtane Ms. Meenakshi Kirtane 1/Tilak – 4, 1/Tilak – 4, Maharashtra Society, Maharashtra Bridge, Mitha Khali, EllisSociety, Mitha Khali, Ellis Bridge, Ahmedabad – 380 006. Tel.No. 9824061973 006. Ahmedabad – 380 079-26464713 Tel.No. 079-26464713

Mob.No.9898013067

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Dr. Paraminder Singh St. No. 21, Bhagu Road, Bhatinda – 151 001 Punjab Tel.No.0164-211137/2212018 Mob.No. 9815065351

IPMS – Madurai Centre PR Complex, I Floor, Indian Bank Colony, Narayanapuram, Madurai – 14 Tel.No. 0452-2681999 Mob.No. 9446781818

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