Psychosocial Clinical Studies, Gender and Psychology, Resilience in Parenting, Individuals and Marginalized Communities
B.A. Psychology (Lady Shri Ram College for Women, Delhi University), M.A. Psychology (Psychosocial Clinical Studies) (Ambedkar University, Delhi)
Tanni Choudhury is currently working as Lecturer at the Jindal Institute of Behavioural Sciences. O.P. Jindal Global (Institution of Eminence Deemed To Be University). She has completed her Bachelors in Psychology Honors from Lady Shri Ram College for Women, Delhi University; and her Masters in Psychology (Psycho-social Clinical Studies) from Ambedkar University Delhi. She has over five years of varied work experience.
She has published in international peer-reviewed journals; and her postgradute dissertation was on “The experience of Single Fathers in Parenting”. Apart from this, she has also contributed chapters to two Springer publications. She is currently working on research projects ranging from Psychological Capital and Academic Adjustment, Indigenous And Global Pedagogical Practices, and Benevolent Sexism.
She currently teaches two cross-registered electives namely, ‘Intimacy in the Digital Age’ and ‘Psychology of Modern Love: Making Good Decisions for Better Realtionships.’ In the past, she has provided teaching assistance for the following courses of Juvenile Delinquency and Victim Psychology, Art of Listening, Attachment and Intimacy in Relationships, Humor as a tool for Business Success, The Psychology of Subjective Well-Being, Qualitative Research Methodology, Introduction to Life Span Developmental Psychology and Counselling Psychology.
At JIBS, she is also involved in trainng, outreach and community engagement programmes where she has trained school principals, government officials, teachers, students and working professionals on various psychological practices such as “Multiple Intelligence”, “Resolving Conflicts in Relationships”, “Team Building and Interpersonal Relations”, “A Simple Toolkit for Making Relationships Work” and alike.
Choudhury, T., & Choudhury, R. (2022). Digital experiences of children and adolescents in India: New challenges for school counsellors. Psychology in the Schools, 1–13. https://doi.org/10.1002/pits.22821
- Choudhury T. & Choudhury R. (2020). Mental Health Vulnerability in different groups of populations during COVID-19: Perspectives from India. International Journal of Indian Psychology, 8(4), 1248-1259. DIP:18.01.136/20200804, DOI:10.25215/0804.136
- Choudhury, T. & Choudhury, R. (2020). The Conversation: Understanding Young Women’s Childhood and its Impact on Mental Health at the University Counselling Centre. Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Studies, 2(4), 159-169.
- Sahni, S.P. & Choudhury, T. (2020) The Science of Criminal Profiling in (Eds. S.P.Sahni , P. Bhadra) Criminal Psychology and the Criminal Justice System in India and Beyond. (Springer Singapore)
- Choudhury, T. (2020) Way Forward in Sahni,S.P. & Junnarkar,M. (2020) The Death Penalty: Perspectives from India and Beyond. Springer Nature. ISBN 978-981-15-3129-3