Dr. Sandeep Atre is a Counseling Psychologist (dratrecounsels.com) and an internationally recognized ‘Emotional & Social Intelligence’ Expert and Trainer.
He is the Founder of Socialigence – a venture specializing in development of ‘Social & Emotional Intelligence’ through its e-learning course rooted in neuroscience & psychology (socialigence.net). He is also Co-Founder of CH EdgeMakers – a leading coaching group of Central India (ch-india.com).
He is author of two books related to his domain, namely – “Understanding Emotions Logically” and “Observing Nonverbal Behavior”; and third book on various aspects of life, named “Two Paras of Everyday Wisdom”. Moreover, the collection of his Nazms and Ghazals is published as a book titled “Baat Jazbaat Ki”.
In his career of more than two decades, he has trained professionals of more than 50 companies and thousands of individuals to ‘sort out’ and ‘excel in’ intrapersonal and interpersonal matters.
You can mail your responses to his blogs at: email@example.com
Monthly Archives: June 2018
No disgrace or glory can define anyone. It’s always something ‘in between’. ………. In a way, a negativity bias is natural. However, you can’t keep reminding people about their ‘moments of weakness’. That’s not their true representation. We all have moments … Continue reading
The other day, someone told me that ‘someone less deserving has reached where I deserve to be’. I took it as a compliment, thanked person for affection, and then… disagreed completely. ………. I firmly believe that, when someone reaches somewhere … Continue reading
There is no mortal who has never erred. ………. Erring is an integral part of growing and maturing. But what people don’t understand is that it’s not the erring per se, but the introspection subsequent to erring that helps … Continue reading
The other day, I was discussing with someone dear about how everybody has a movie that characterizes his or her adolescence. For me, it was… ‘Maine Pyar Kiya’. 🙂 ………. Though at the time of its release I was still … Continue reading