Babanpreet Kaur

Babanpreet Kaur
  • September 17, 2021

Babanpreet Kaur

Babanpreet Kaur Narula has joined Athena Behavioral Health as a Case Manager. A dedicated professional with a strong passion for mental health services and breaking down societal taboos, Babanpreet holds a wealth of experience, a diverse skill set and strives to make a positive impact in the field of psychology.

Having completed her M.Sc. in Clinical Psychology from Manipal University, Jaipur, she has completed her B.A. in Psychology Honours from Delhi University, where she achieved a grand CGPA of 7.284 and graduated with First Division honors.

Throughout her academic journey, Babanpreet has consistently demonstrated her exceptional skills in observation, decision making, and communication. She is adept at multitasking and has a proficient command of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Furthermore, she has expertise in conducting psychological assessments, enabling her to gain valuable insights into patients’ mental well-being.

Babanpreet’s professional experience includes internships and roles in various esteemed institutions. She has served as an Education Intern at The Living Treasure, contributing to the organization’s mission of promoting mental health awareness. She has also worked as a Mental Health Worker at the Raahgiri Foundation, actively participating in community initiatives. Additionally, she has been involved in patient care and psychological assessments at renowned healthcare institutions such as Moolchand Hospital, Delhi, Jeewan Multispeciality Centre, and Government Schools of Gurgaon.

Outside her professional endeavors, Babanpreet has engaged in volunteer work and academic activities. She has contributed to research papers on topics such as PCOS and BDD as predictors of stress. Her dissertation focused on a comparative study of attachment styles and relationship satisfaction in long-distance and closed-contact relationships. Furthermore, she has explored the use of graphology as a measure to predict signs of depression, anxiety, and stress.

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