Vamsy krishna D

About ME

I met with an accident when I was a child and due to changes that it brought in my body, I developed body image issues. I was bedridden for several months and felt suffocated. After that, several traumatic events like the death of my mother, and sister and the breakup happened in my life. My trauma and grief troubled me by negatively affecting all areas of my life. I learned Psychology in a natural way while dealing with my issues. Seeing patterns in my own behavior, becoming self-aware, and healing myself inspired me to become a Psychologist.

MA Psychology (IGNOU), M.Sc Molecular Microbiology (University of Hyderabad), Foundations of Positive Psychology Specialization (University of Pennsylvania)

Past / Present Experience:
1. Intern at Mind SolaceGVA Institute of PsychologyNIMHANS
2. Indo-German Science and Technology Centre Project Fellow

Paper Publications

“A STUDY OF RELATION BETWEEN FAMILY DISTRESS AND RELIGIOUS INVOLVEMENT OF INDIANS DURING COVID 19 CRISIS PERIOD”, International Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research (, ISSN:2349-5162, Vol.9, Issue 8, page no.a43-a53, August-2022, Available :

Blog Articles

  • A self-interoception on choices in life In our lives when we choose to get empowered and boost our self-awareness, we start losing people around. Yes, beginning with unhealthy relationships, unauthentic relations and people around us starts fading away. We lose people when they are not … Continue reading A […]
  • Introduction to Cognitive therapy In previous article i.e., my story of depression, discussed about the signs and symptoms and how its feel like to be depressed. In this article I will discuss key points of cognitive therapy and its component’s part wise. Part – 1: … Continue reading Cognitive […]
  • What is Learned helplessness? Learned helplessness is not an innate trait, it is learned through due the course of time and experience we face in life through conditioning. it is a phenomenon observed in both humans and other animals when they have been conditioned to … Continue reading What […]
  • Chapter- 2 There are 5 stages of grieving process (need not to be experiencing in same order) Let’s understand each one of the stages clearly by asking ourselves these questions; Why this stage is important to experience? Why we undergo these stages? Why we may … Continue reading My […]



I am overjoyed that I chose to speak with Mr. Vamsy Krishna D of the Manastva Counseling Center. Vamsy sir has greatly aided me in getting through my difficult moments as I was feeling anxious and disturbed following the demise of my mother. Vamsy Sir is incredibly kind and thoroughly listened to all of my difficulties. He is quite adept at identifying the root cause; on our first meeting, he identified the root cause and helped me understand the nature of my issues. I underwent significant transformation after his sessions. I’m feeling better now. If you want to become a better version of yourself, I recommend MANASTVA Counseling Center. Thank you, Vamsy sir, for your insightful sessions.

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“We have a variety of active support groups and hold sessions that are managed by a trained volunteer under the supervision of our psychologist. These sessions are a safe space for people and a source of emotional support from group members,” says Vamsy Krishna.

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