Are you interested in knowing yourself and what could be the various identities that you operate from? Wish to understand and know more about those who are important to you a little more? Then you are at the right place!
We are an institution that works largely in the areas of Process Work, Psychoanalytical Psychotherapy & Organisational Psychodynamics.
We apply these principles of applied behavioural sciences & socio-technical systems in developmental training and organisational development. Anybody and everybody can benefit from participating in Process Work Labs, whether they participate as individuals responding to their inner calling or as employees nominated by organisations or institutions.
We are a group of professionals with an urge to seek more and explore further.
Decades of experiential learning, knowledge and skills in the ongoing journey of Process Work and Organisational Psychodynamics place us and our associates in a unique position to offer an array of services to our developmental programme participants and organisational client systems.
One of our guiding principles of Process work is that whatever is happening in any given moment, however troublesome or disturbing it may seem, contains the seed for a meaningful process, that once unfolded can reveal its message and meaning. If we consider the possibility that each problem contains its solution, then those experiences that trouble us are not disruptive and destructive, but they also offer an opportunity for personal growth and finding of new meaning in one’s life and one’s experiences.
This immersive journey often brings inner peace and happiness of differing intensity for different individuals.
Pallavi Naik has been in the field of education since 2000 at Bangalore. Started off as a teacher in the primary section of Prakriya Green Wisdom school, she then worked as a coordinator in the same school. She is currently working as an Instructional Lead at The Samhita Academy in Bangalore, where she is part of the team that enables migration of classes to an online platform. Pallavi completed her PDP internship at Aastha Foundation in 2004 and now is an institutional member of this organisation. She attended the winter program at Sukrut’s ICC in 2015 and completed PCPICC offered by Tavistock Clinic UK & Sukrut India in 2016. She was a member of The India Conference 2019. Pallavi has varied and extensive experience of facilitating Labs with many educational institutions and corporate houses. Pallavi’s committment and dogged determination to apply learning in her life and work at all times makes her a valued and much respected Co-founder of Our Identities.
Uday Mazgaonkar has worked independently since 2004 in the field of Applied Behavioural Science and Outdoor Development Programs for the Educational and Organizational sectors. Uday has been actively involved in the study and application of Behavioural Sciences as an Institutional Member and the Programme Director for three Summer Programmes of Aastha Foundation for Human Learning & Growth. Has staffed several labs at IIM Ahmedabad & IIM Lucknow. He is part of the team that conducts an Advanced Leadership course at IIM Udaipur. He is also part of the Faculty team of the ICC programmes since 2015. He has also been a Staff Member in several Group Relations Conferences offered for MRPL and HPCL, in addition to having been an Administrator and Staff Member in The India Conference in 2015. Worked as an Associate Director for TIC 2017 & in 2019. Completed PCPICC offered by Tavistock Clinic UK & Sukrut. Holds the role of Conference Co-Director in 2019 & 2020 for Sukrut’s ICC labs.
Dinesh Korday has been working in the field of Software Development since 1996. He started his career as a trainer in the IT sector in 1994. He worked in the field of Outdoor Development Programmes for the educational and industrial sector. Dinesh independently runs Modulus Software, an organisation he started in 2003. He is actively involved in The Himalayan Club for the past decade and is a member of the Managing Committee. He has completed his internship in Sukrut’s Inward Change Conference in 2019. Dinesh is an Intern in the Professional Development Programme of Our Identities, and is co-facilitating Process Labs as part of the internship.