Bhoomi Gupta

Academic Tutor & TRIP Fellow

B.A. (Hons.) Applied Psychology (Delhi University), M.Sc. Psychology (Christ University)

Ms. Bhoomi Gupta holds a BA Hons degree from University of Delhi and completed her M. Sc in Counseling Psychology from Christ University, Bangalore in 2019 where she took various courses in Transformational Systemic Therapy, NLP, Psychological Assessments, workshops on Transactional Analysis, Suicide Risk Prevention, Animal Assisted Therapy, Child Abuse Prevention, Emotional First Aid, Expressive Arts etc. She also undertook the Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Program conducted by the QPR Institute. During her study period, she undertook two dissertations in the area of Sports Psychology on ‘Superstitious Behaviours in team sports athletes at intercollegiate level’ which was published in the ‘Indian Journal of Mental Health’ (ed. June ’19). Apart from this she also conducted a qualitative research on ‘Leadership in Sports’ during her Bachelors. She also holds a PG Diploma in Psychosocial Well-Being Using Multi-Arts and Play from Headstreams, Bangalore. She is also a Certified Career Counselor and Counseling Psychologist at the National Career Service Portal. 

Before joining OP Jindal Global University, she worked as a Senior Psychologist (School Mental Well-being Program) and Psychological Programs Coordinator with a startup. She also has an experience of working as a School Counselor at G.D Salman Public School, Delhi.

She holds a keen interest in areas of mental health awareness, personal growth, interpersonal relationships and believes that Psychology is something which is ingrained in all of us and we as social beings should aim at developing and maintaining strong relationships which forms a foundation of our personality, both professionally and personally.


Bhoomi has been an active volunteer and sportsperson during her initial years. She has also interned at the Delhi Psychiatry Centre, Bharat Electronics, Nasvi (Delhi based NGOs), Sports Authority of India, de-addiction centers, schools and PU colleges (Bangalore). In her leisure time, she enjoys watching thriller documentaries and web-series. She has a keen interest towards sports, music, dance and social service. She is an explorer and an avid, traveller and likes socialising and networking to de-stress and to keep her mental health in check. 

Teaching Experience

Her key teaching areas are Listening in relationships, Prosocial/ helping behavior: it’s online manifestation in India and globally. At JGU, she has offered the following elective – ‘Listening and Helping behaviors in everyday life’.


Journal Publications

  1. Gupta, B., Dutt, S. (2019). Superstitious Behaviour in Sportspersons in Relation to Their Performance at Intercollegiate Level. Indian Journal of Mental Health, 6(2).