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Doctor Profile

Ms. Divya Jain

Ms. Divya Jain, M.A.

5+ Years Of Experience

Sport Psychologist & Counselling Psychologist Head, Psychological Services Fortis Memorial Research Institute, Gurgaon

Mental Health and Behavioural Sciences

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M.A. Clinical Psychology

Divya Jain holds a certification in Sport Psychology from the American Board of Sport Psychology and has completed her Post Graduate studies in Clinical Psychology from the University of Delhi. Using a blend of time tested psychotherapeutic approaches and cutting edge psychophysiological techniques, she works with both young and elite athletes on enhancing resilience, self-confidence and motivation, improving concentration, facilitating collaborative team dynamics, developing effective coping strategies in the face of challenges, and treating mental health concerns such as depression, anxiety and eating disorders.