Sandip Roy

Sandip Roy

Chief Editor and Founder
Happiness India Project
location_on India

Member since 2 years


Sandip Roy

Positive Psychology Writer, Medical Doctor, Happiness Evangelist.

A speaker on Happiness Science and how it can carve out positive changes in personal and professional success through techniques researched out by psychologists, for both corporates and general audience.

Founder of Happiness India Project, and Chief Editor of its popular blog, since 2014. Writes popular-science articles on topics from Positive Psychology and Happiness Science. The site features the most virally shared "Positive Psychology Quotes" blogpost ever on the internet as of this writing.

Happiness India Project is aboutteaching, coaching, and engaging people on #Happiness. It attempts to bring together the time-honored, accumulated wisdom on human happiness and the contemporary, current scientific data on positive psychology, and share it at all levels of society via social networks, blogs, community lectures, and happiness workshops.

A MCI (Medical Council of India) registered medical doctor, practicing as general practitioner and family physician since 2000. Holds memberships of IMA (Indian Medical Association) and DMA (Delhi Medical Association).

The CMD (Chief Medical Director) at RamaKrishna Healthcare, his co-founded multi-clinic serving a semi-urban population in Delhi, since 2001.

Held the position of Manager - Content Development at Elsevier Clinical Specialties for a brief period in 2007, and worked on the initial phase of the ECAB pilot project.

As a cognitive hypnotherapist, occasionally conducts workshops on self-hypnosis and hypnotherapy.

In leisure time, practices contemplation and mindfulness.

Fond of saying: "Happiness is more than a smile. To be more happy, let's bring meaning into our lives."

Publication: The chapter 'Psychiatric Disorders in Pregnancy' in the textbook Selected Topics in Obstetrics and Gynaecology For Postgraduates and Practitioners, 2009.

Sandip Roy works and lives in Delhi, India.