Hypnotherapy Practitioner Diploma (HPD) from the United Kingdom (UK). HPD has 45 academic credits from the British University at Undergraduate level 1 (FHEQ Level 4) which counts towards a relevant degree. HPD matches British government occupational standards and is the equivalent of National Vocational Qualification (NVQ Level 4).
Master of Philosophy in Psychology (Shobhit University Meerut).
Post Graduate Diploma in Rehabilitation Psychology (MD, University Rohtak).
Master of Science in Psychology (University of Madras).
He has extensive experience working with people with a full range of mental health problems and emotional distress. This includes but not limited to anxiety, depression, stress and relationship difficulties through to severe and enduring problems.
He is a highly engaging consultant psychologist specialized in psychotherapy. His areas of special interest include personality disorder, PTSD, challenging behavior and medically unexplained symptoms. He has experience working with adults, older adults and other adults, and people with learning disabilities. He is trained in both cognitive behavioral therapies and clinical hypnotherapy
He is a popular writer on the mind, human nature, society, and culture. He has published books and hundreds of articles on divers’ topics in psychology and other social sciences. His work has been referenced by media outlets and publications. He is a psychological consultant, psychosocial rehabilitation specialist, and speaker.
He utilizes cognitive behaviour, socialization strategies, and evidence-based psychological interventions to help people cope with relationships, aggression social skills, academic difficulties, and the following issues.
post-traumatic stress disorder (PSTD), personality disorders, eating disorders, childhood depression, medically unexplained symptoms, agoraphobia, emerging behavior disorder, challenging behaviour, learning disabilities, intellectual & physical disability, depression, OCD, anxiety disorders, stress,
His professional interest includes cognitive behavior therapy, clinical hypnosis, solution-based brief therapy, evolutionary psychology, cognitive psychology and more…
Scientific paper on ‘Human Brain on Nature’: The science of nature’s influence on well being in the International Conference on Environment and Humanity, Eco-Revolution 2012 held on 19th to 20th August 2012 at Srilanka, Colombo.
Scientific paper on ‘How Cultural Identity Impacts Mental Disorders’ in the South East Asia Psychology Conference held on 26th to 28th September 2012 at Malaysia organized by School of Psychology & Social work, University of Malaysia Sabah.
Scientific paper on ‘Hypnosis in the Relief of Pain and Pain Disorders’ in the NCH extravaganza held on 26th March 2013 in London.
Scientific paper on ‘Mental Health Problems in People with Learning Disabilities’ held on 24th to 25th January 2018 at India International Center New Delhi organized by Vision institute of Applied studies New Delhi Supported by Rehabilitation Council of India.
Paper presented on “Psychosocial Support in Flood-affected Kerala” in the Seminar on disaster management and cleanliness to be held on 16th October 2018 at Shobhit University, Meerut.
Paper presented during national conference on ‘Psychology Today And The Road Ahead’ held on 26th November 2018 at Shobhit University, Meerut.
The psychological experiment conducted by Prasad Amore on Inattention blindness was widely covered by BBC, CNN, Washington Post, Time and several other leading news channels and online publishers.
This field experiment was carried out to help the Kerala Government to execute the Supreme Court verdict on women entry at Sabarimala. The intentional blindness phenomenon is explained during their perception and attention experiments. This inability to perceive, the sighted blindness, is caused by the fact that the subject is not attending to the stimulus but instead attending something else. One of the most significant demonstrations of intentional blindness is the “invisible gorilla test” which was carried out by Christopher Chabris, Ph.D. and Daniel Simons, Ph.D. In invisible gorilla experiment, the researchers asked the participants to watch a video in which people are tossing a basketball to each other, and the participants well told to count keep a track on number of passes or numbers to throws versus bounce passes. Once the video is over, the participants were asked if they noticed anything unusual in the video. In most of the tests carried out came with 50% participants seeing nothing out of ordinary. The same concept was used as a psychological field experiment for women’s entry in Sabarimala and was successfully completed.
Conducted hundreds of classes for students and teachers on diverse topics in psychology including mental health, personality, social behavior, sexual orientation and much more for Social Justice Department and Janamaitry Police Kerala.
Helped Investigative Officers in Police Department nn Forensic Hypnosis.
Conducted workshops and training programs with Dr. K.N. Anandan for students and teachers across Kerala on language acquisition program conceived by Dr. K. N. Anandan based on the Constructive Paradigm.
Hypnosis – As the mysteries unveil (English)Published by H&C.
The secret of the mind (Malayalam) published by H&C.
The chemistry of sex (Malayalam) published by Transcend publishers.
New world of modern parenting (Malayalam) published by Transcend publishers.
The Neurogenesis Diet (Malayalam) published by Transcend publishers.
As a part of M. Phil Course, research done on Assistive Natural Psychotherapy: Efficacy of Assistive Natural Psychotherapy with other psychological therapies for depression: study protocol of a randomized controlled ratter blind scale.
Ongoing project: How Culture shapes Indian mind, field research study has been going on with Linda Cope, British Anthropologist, and researcher.
He has been selected for the field study by Kerala Sahitya Academy for 2005-06. His subject for the study is “The Life, Art, Literature of the People in Lakshadweep”.