|Name||Dr. Mustafa Nadeem Kirmani|
|Qualification||“Ph.D., M.Phil (Clinical Psychology, NIMHANS, Banglore), M.A, B.A. (Hons.)|
|Total Years of Work Experience||7 Years,4 Months & 6 Days Till 25th May 2018 Approximatel|
|Total Teaching Experience||7 Years , 4 Months & 6 Days Till 25th May 2018|
|Total Corporate Experience||7 Years , 4 Months & 6 Days Till 25th May 2018|
|Email ID||[email protected]|
|Teching Interests||Psychotherapy & Counseling, Psychosocial aspects of Psychopathology, Behavioral medicine|
|Research Interests||Clinical aspects of Gender Psychology, Positive Psychology, Religion & Mental Health|
|Recent Publications||Number of Paper Presentations: 36
Total number of Publications: 53
Name of Recent Publicaitons 1. Kirmani, M.N., & Ahmed, M. (2018). Cognitive behaviour therapy for depression: A Case Report. International Journal of Basic and Applied Research, 9(5), 18-27
ISSN: 2249-3352(p), ISSN: 2278-0505 (e)
2. Kirmani, M.N., & Husain, A. Impact of gender, religion & age on spirituality. International Journal of Psychology & Psychiatry, (2018), 6(1), 40-51. ISSN: 2320-6233 (e)
Articles 1. Kirmani, M.N. & Ahmed, M. Building children’s connections to build their emotional well-being: Psychological approaches. Health Vision, Published by Vydehi Institute of Medical Sciences & Research Center, Bangalore, May issue (2018).
2. Kirmani, M.N. & Haleemunnissa. Walking towards a healthy relationship: New way to relational health, Health Vision, Published by Vydehi Institute of Medical Sciences & Research Center, Bangalore, April issue (2018).
|Conferences, Seminars & Workshops||Conferences: 27 Seminars:17 CME/CPE/FDP:1 Workshops Conducted Independently:8 Name of Recent Seminar/Conferences attended and paper presentations 1. Paper title: Spirituality, Religion & Psychotherapy.
International Conference on Mental Health for Sustainable Human Development: Organized by Department of Psychology, Aligarh Muslim Unversity, Aligarh.
Venue & Dates: University Polytechnic & Department of Psychology, A.M.U., Aligarh, 24-25 March 2018.
2. Paper title: Connecting Links between depression & prosthodontics