Author Archives: Emoneeds

Acceptance & Commitment Therapy

Written by: Vineeta Motiani Steve Hayes has defined Acceptance and Commitment Therapy as: “ACT is a functional contextual therapy approach based on Relational Frame Theory which views human psychological problems dominantly as problems of psychological inflexibility fostered by cognitive fusion … Read More

Red flags in therapist

Written by: Amit Vashisht It doesn’t matter if you are going to start your therapy or already visiting a therapist it is always important to look for red flags in a therapist to ensure that you receive effective, ethical and … Read More

Is “talking” what therapy is all about?

Written by: Shivangi Aggarwal While talking is a fundamental aspect of therapy, it is not the sole focus or purpose of therapy. Therapy encompasses a wide range of therapeutic approaches and techniques that go beyond simply engaging in conversation. Here … Read More

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

Written by: Prachi Jain 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, meditation can serve as a powerful tool for both … Read More

How Long Does it Take

Written by: Sonali Das The Duration and Effectiveness of Psychotherapy: A Comprehensive Analysis Psychotherapy, a widely practiced therapeutic approach for addressing psychological and emotional issues, is often sought by individuals seeking relief from a variety of mental health challenges. One … Read More

How support group helps you

Written by : Tahir Mohi-ud-din People are social creatures by nature, and we need to feel connected ,so consequently establish communities wherever we are.They often consist of our family, friends, and a variety of other people we connect with frequently.Our communities play an important role in our lives by offering emotional support, safety, comfort, and helping to influence how we interact with the outside world. People living with mental illnesses can find it hard to confide in others, even to those closest to them. Furthermore, the stigma attached to mental illness makes it much more difficult for these  people … Read More

Embracing Client Resistance – A Path to Therapeutic Growth

Embracing Client Resistance – A Path to Therapeutic Growth Written by: Riya Choudhary In the realm of counseling, client resistance can often present challenges for clinicians. However, rather than attributing blame to the client, it is crucial for the clinician … Read More

Care Giver Role in Treatment

Care Giver Role in Treatment Written by: Parul Chaudhary 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 … Read More

How therapy works

“The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change.” – Carl Rogers Written by: Paridhi Talwar Therapy is a work of insight Also known as Psychotherapy; it is a voluntary collaborative process … Read More

DBT for Emotional Regulation

Written by: Bhaswati Dash Emotion is the way we experience feelings, such as happiness, sadness, anger, or fear. Emotions are complex psychological and physiological responses that play a crucial role in shaping our behavior, decision-making, and social interaction. Emotional Regulation … Read More