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Mental Health

From Struggle to Triumph: Stories of Healing in Mental Health Counseling

Mental health struggles are a universal experience that can leave individuals feeling overwhelmed, isolated, and devoid of hope. However, amidst the darkness, there is a glimmer of light: mental health counseling. This blog explores the transformative power of counseling by delving into inspiring stories of individuals who have triumphed over their mental health challenges. Through […]

LGTBQ Youth Mental Health Challenges
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LGBTQ Youth Mental Health Challenges

LGBTQ Youth Mental Health Challenges LGBTQ group includes Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer or Questioning individuals who despite their different orientations form an integral part of our community. Despite growing awareness about the LGBTQ, the challenges they face in day-to-day life are persistent and growing. Mental health problems such as depression, self-harm, alcohol, and […]

Dissociative Identity Disorder
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Split personality or Dissociative Identity Disorder

Split personality or Dissociative Identity Disorder As the term indicates, Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) is a type of psychological disorder wherein an individual dissociates themselves from the real identity. There is disconnection with the patient’s thoughts or actions that most commonly, occurs due to extreme or repetitive trauma at an early age. The trauma could […]

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Mental Health

What Hurts Women from Inside?

Women and Mental health Gender is very important determinant of mental health and mental illness.  patterns of psychiatric disorder among women are different from  men. Internalizing disorders  are common in women while in men  externalizing disorders are common .  Women and men differ in the way they communicate, deal in relationships, express their feelings, and […]

How Can Psychotherapy Help Depression??
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How can Psychotherapy help depression??

Can Psychotherapy help Depression? Depression is widely recognized as a major public health problem around the world. Of late psychological treatments have found a place as an alternative to antidepressants in recent-onset- mild to moderate forms of depression. Active monitoring, individual guided self-help, cognitive behavioral therapy are very effective. On its own, this may not […]