Dr. Sulata Shenoy

Dr. Sulata Shenoy

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Dr Sulata Shenoy holds a PhD in Psychology, M.A in Clinical Psychology and M.Phil in Psychology. She has an overall experience of 28 years. Dr Sulata Shenoy is a psychologist and director of Turning Point, Centre for Psychological Assessments, Therapies and Counseling, Bengaluru. She has expertise in mental health issues and specializes in individual psycho-social well-being, family therapy, marital therapy, emotional issues, anxiety, panic attacks, depression, self-esteem, relationship issues, autism, ADHD, learning disabilities, emotional and behaviour disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorders, child-rearing, parenting, IQ, career and aptitude test, education and study skills, eating & sleep disorders, mental illness, spirituality, positive attitude, psychological therapies including play therapy, behaviour therapy, art therapy, emotional therapy, individual and group therapies, online psychological support & tips for healthy lifestyle.


Training is important for parents of children with behavioral issues

Reena is a young mother of Ahaan, a three year old who was recently diagnosed with autism by a psychologist.

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Self Help

Developing Self Concept

Self-Concept as defined is the totality of beliefs, preferences, opinions and attitudes organized in a systematic manner, towards one’s personal

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Existential Crisis & COVID-19

These are unprecedented times as the Coronavirus epidemic escalates globally. Governments and citizens are grappling with problems unleashed on unsuspecting

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Mental hygiene

Hand wash – 20 seconds.  Social distancing – 6 feet.  No handshake.  Wipe surfaces with disinfectant.  Sanitize your surroundings. We

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Awareness Therapy


Dictionary definition of Psychology: A scientific discipline that studies mental states and processes and behaviours in humans and other animals. Myth 1 Can Psychologists

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