Well-Being at Plaksha


About Wellbeing

Wellbeing at Plaksha follows a two-pronged approach consisting of preventive skills and corrective interventions. Group sessions help you handle transitions, understand emotions and build coping mechanisms.

While individual therapy provides a safe space to talk and seek help when things don’t go as planned and uncertainty grips us. Together we see how to make sense of a distressing experience. 


As a step towards adding some fun, Rangrez (art club at Plaksha) & wellbeing@Plaksha got people to exchange thoughts over art, colours and cakes recently. 

A coping skills scavenger hunt was organised wherein students had to take photographs of a list of challenges and see how many tasks they could complete in limited time. 

What better way to unwind from work and studying, than a 'Pet your stress away' event (March, 2023) wherein all could enjoy and spend time with dogs and pups on campus. 


Meet us

Making an appointment to see a counsellor is a decision only you can make, even when someone has recommended it to you.
You can find Dr.Shalini on campus on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays and can get in touch with her at shalini.sharma@plaksha.edu.in

Emotional Intelligence Educator

Dr. Shalini Sharma

Counselling Psychologist & Therapist

Counselling & Therapy focusing on Emotional Intelligence and specializing in Internal Family Systems, applied Transactional Analysis (TA) and Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy (REBT). With a doctoral degree in Psychology from Punjabi University (Patiala), she has worked with major corporations like Eicher, Hutchinson Max and Infosys. This has contributed to her extensive knowledge and experience in Adult Learning and emotional skills training.
Shalini hopes to expand the reach of emotional intelligence and has strong conviction that, “If each one of us embraces the skills of emotional intelligence, we will be living in a better world."
Get in touch with her at: shalini.sharma@plaksha.edu.in