Phobia is an irrational fear with the object or situation which actually does not create fear in normal. like fear with dog/spider/ examination/ water.
Completed M.Phil in Medical and Social Psychology from Central Institute of Psychiatry, Kanke, Ranchi in 2001.
1)Worked as a Clinical Psychologist at Thakur Hari Prasad Institute of research & Rehabilitation, Rajahmundry, Andhra Pradesh for 4 years.
2) Worked as a Lecturer, Rehabilitation Psychology at National Institute for the Mentally Handicapped - Regional Centre, New Delhi for 4 years.
3)Worked as Assistant Professor Clinical Psychology at Maulana Azad Medical College and Associated with Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan Hospital (LNJP), New Delhi for 3 years.
4)Presently at Patna as Assistant Professor, Clinical Psychology and Officer in-charge of the centre since 2012.
Phobia is a Emotional and behavioural disorder that mentioned in ICD - 10 and DSM - V both. Any person with adequate intelligence may suffer from phobia at any spare of life. It requires timely Psychological intervention to recover.otherwise it will seriously hampered social occupational functioning of the individual being.
It has 3 types:
Agoraphobia - The person feels fear in the crowed and narrow places.
Social Phobia: Can't perform social activities in the presence of others. For example: stammering when ever he/she is speaking to stranger, can't give public speech etc.
Specific Phobia: Irrational fear with specific objects, things or beings.