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Humour Heals: Embracing Laughter as a medicine

We all have heard that laughter is the best medicine. It’s a saying as old as time, but have you ever considered why? Laughter is a universal language, a bridge that connects us all in moments of joy.

The Healing Power of Nature: How Ecotherapy Benefits Your Mental Well-being

Have you ever noticed how spending time in nature can make you feel rejuvenated, calm, and at peace?

Understanding and Managing Health Anxiety

Excessive worry about getting a serious illness is a defining feature of health anxiety

Building Emotional Resilience in Children: Strategies for Parents and Educators

Building emotional resilience in children is essential for their overall development

Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Complex post-traumatic stress disorder (complex PTSD) is a serious mental health condition that develops in response to traumatic life events.
Fear of Abandonment

Fear of Abandonment

The fear of abandonment is a deep-seated anxiety that plagues many individuals, often stemming from past experiences of rejection, loss, or trauma.

Acute Transient Psychosis and its Medical Management

Acute transient psychosis is a condition marked by a brief psychotic episode involving delusions, hallucinations, chaotic thought processes, and disorganized behavior.

Addressing Perinatal Mental Health

Supporting parents during the perinatal period is important for their well-being, mental health, and the all-round development of their children. Perinatal refers to the period of time immediately before and after pregnancy.

Aromatherapy

Aromatherapy, also known as essential oil treatment, has been revered for millennia for its holistic approach to health and wellness.

Schema therapy

We are shaped by a deep desire to be known, seen and recognised The more our strivings are thwarted by deprivation, neglect, trauma or loss, the more profound and painful our longings can become.

Seasonal affective disorder

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that typically occurs during specific seasons

Therapy myths vs. Facts

Therapy, also known as counseling or psychotherapy, is often surrounded by misconceptions that can discourage people from seeking help. 

Green flags in your mental health therapist

When seeking a mental health therapist, it’s important to find someone who is not only qualified but also exhibits certain green flags that indicate they are a good fit for you and your needs. Green flags can be seen as positive attributes or signs 

ADDICTION- ROAD TO RECOVERY

Recovery from addiction is a complex and challenging process. Understanding the stages of recovery is crucial for both individuals seeking recovery and healthcare providers as it helps in designing appropriate interventions and identifying potential barriers to change.

The Impact of Remote Work on Mental Health- Striking the Balance

Before the start of the pandemic, the World Health Organization (WHO) pointed to mental illness as the leading cause of work absenteeism in the world.

Effective Communication: The Cornerstone of a Healthy Workplace

In today’s fast-paced workplace, effective communication is the foundation upon which healthy and fruitful professional relationships are established. 

Beating Burnout: Employee Wellbeing

Burnout has reached unprecedented heights in recent years. Burnout is a psychological illness that develops gradually in response to continuous interpersonal pressures at work. 

Sleep Hygiene: Resting for Success

In today’s fast-paced world, where productivity is often prioritized over rest, the importance of sleep often takes a backseat. However, the truth remains that quality sleep is essential for our physical, mental, and emotional well-being. 

Navigating through transitions

Change is the only constant. Change is hard but it’s the only way to live a life that has meaning and purpose. 

Transitions are a healthy way of having a positive well-being. Transitions are teachers, we learn from our journeys.

Cultivating Positive Mindsets – Promoting Optimism and Well-Being

Positive attitudes are crucial in enhancing mental health and general quality of life. 

Work-Life Balance

Work is an important element of everyone’s lives. The earnings we make guarantee that the lights are kept on, food is on the table, and the rainy-day fund is full. With the growing cost of living issue and energy bills on everyone’s mind

Supporting Colleagues in Distress – Effective Communication and Boundaries

It’s simple to forget that our coworkers are more than simply our employers in the hectic world of deadlines, meetings, and workplace politics. 

How do medicines help us become sober

Doctor can i ever be sober? Are there any medications which can help me to be sober? These frequent concerns I come across in my practice. Today I will discuss about it.

Telehealth and power to revolutionize access to mental health care

In an era of outstanding technological developments, the combination of innovation and healthcare has yielded transformative solutions. In this time, telehealth has emerged as an effective tool that is capable of reshaping access to mental health treatment.

Bouncing Back

Setbacks are a fact of life for individuals and collectives—and resilience is a key concept in explaining why some people positively adapt (i.e., bounce back) or even emerge stronger (i.e., bounce beyond), while others suffer from such events, sometimes permanently. 

Understanding five stages of grief

Grief is a universal human experience that follows the loss of a loved one, a significant life change, or a deeply cherished aspect of one’s life. 

Elevate Your Mood: The Transformative Power of Exercise

In the fast-paced and often stressful world we live in, maintaining a positive mood and mental well-being is of utmost importance. While various strategies exist to boost one’s mood, one that consistently stands out is exercise.

Hardships VS Trauma

Hardships and trauma are two concepts often intertwined, yet they possess distinct characteristics and implications for individuals’ psychological and emotional well-being. While both involve challenges and difficulties, understanding their differences is crucial in providing appropriate support and navigating the complexities of human experiences.

The relationship between mental health and spirituality

The relationship between mental health and spirituality is complex and multifaceted, and it has been a topic of interest and debate for many years. People’s beliefs, experiences, and cultural backgrounds can greatly influence how they perceive this connection.

Mindfulness & creativity

Mindfulness is awareness, emerging by paying attention on purpose, to the present moment, and non-judgmentally to the unfolding of an experience – moment-to-moment. 

Autonomy and connectivity

Balancing autonomy and connectivity during remote work means finding the right mix between giving yourself the freedom to work independently and maintaining sufficient communication and collaboration to keep yourself connected to the team and being efficiently productive.

Resilience and Stress Reduction Training

Anxiety and stress are natural responses to the challenges and uncertainties of life. They are unavoidable companions in daily life. Through stress or anxiety, our body alerts us to potential threats or important situations. 

The Important Role of Support in Mental Health

In the world of emotions and thoughts, our minds can feel a bit like a puzzle. Sometimes we really want something, but then later we don’t care about it at all. This kind of inner struggle can be confusing.

The role of nutrition in managing mental health conditions

Studies have shown that diet impacts mental health. Nutrition plays a significant role in managing mental health conditions, a strong connection between the foods we eat and our psychological well-being.

The Therapeutic Power of Meditation: Engaging Young Minds in the Practice

Meditation, an ancient practice rooted in mindfulness and self-reflection, has gained increasing recognition for its positive impact on mental health and well-being. In the context of therapy

Care Giver Role in Mental Health Treatment

In psychiatry treatment, a caregiver plays a crucial role in supporting the overall well-being and treatment of individuals with mental health conditions. Here are some important points of the caregiver in role of psychiatry disorder.

ADHD: A Gift and a Challenge

Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder. Children with ADHD may have trouble paying attention, controlling impulsive behaviors (may act without thinking about what the result will be), or be overly active.

A Simple Guide to Understand Side Effects of Antidepressants

Antidepressants are like guiding lights for people dealing with mood troubles. But just like any journey, there can be bumps along the way. These bumps are called side effects, and it’s important to know about them.

Health Anxiety and its Effects

Psychological Distress: Individuals with health anxiety experience heightened levels of stress, anxiety, and fear. Their constant worry about their health can lead to persistent feelings of dread and panic.

Impact of Sudden Death on Mental Health

The sudden and unexpected loss of a loved one is a life-altering event that can have a profound impact on an individual’s mental health. Whether caused by accidents, medical 

How to reconnect when a relationship breaks up

The number one step in the direction of recuperation involves acknowledging your feelings. Supply your self permission to revel in the spectrum of emotions that frequently accompany the termination of a romantic relationship.

Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace 

Technical abilities and knowledge alone are no longer sufficient in today’s changing employment context. Emotional intelligence (EI) is an often overlooked yet critical aspect of professional & personal success.

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