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(PTSD) Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

In this blog, we will be discussing about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, PTSD.Experiencing an emotionally or physically harmful or life-threatening event may affect one's mental, physical, social, and even spiritual well-being. The life-threatening events may include terrorist acts, war, sexual assault, natural disasters, serious accidents,...

Inner Child: The Untold Story of Abandonment

In this blog, we will be exlporing more about Inner Child.Ever wondered how it feels to have a child but unknown of it’s existence? What if we tell you that each one of us carry an invisible child with us?Maybe the weight you often feel...

Childhood: Does It Affect Our Present?

This blog will discuss how our childhood affects our present.Past is something that we often find it tough to overcome or disassociate from.  Our childhood has a profound impact on various aspects of our lives such as our attachment styles, behavioural patterns and many more....
Unveiling our Shadow Self

Shadow Self: Unveiling Ourselves

Shadow, as mysterious and fascinating it may sound, we often push it away and embrace the light. Although we are constantly pushed or repressed, the ‘shadow self’ remains a part of us. The more we run away from acknowledging its existence, the more it follows...

Situationship

A situationship is an undefined romantic relationship that happens somewhere between a committed relationship and a casual hookup. We have no obligation to share too much and we may need to hold all the vulnerable back; which can trigger the other person to be anxious...

Grief: Disefranchised Grief

Grief is usually defined as the heart-wrenching feeling experienced after a significant loss, usually the death of a loved one. No, grief is not confined to the shadow of death alone; one would also grieve or mourn over the loss of a relationship, experiencing disability,...

Destigmatizing Mental Health

Ways to Destigmatize Mental Health: 1. Raise Awareness 2. Mental Health First Aid 3. Normalizing Therapy 4. Open Communication 5. Emphasizing Language 6. Supportive Environment 7. Media Representation 8. Promote Self-Care 9. Mental Health Policies 10. Celebrate Resilience

Gestalt Therapy; What is it?

Gestalt Therapy is one of the primary forms of a humanistic approach, developed by Fritz Perls in the 1940s. Therapists who utilize Gestalt Therapy assist us in focusing on the present moment and our direct experience. Moreover, this approach further helps us understand what is...

Couples Therapy; Why couples need it?

Relationships, although it’s rewarding to have someone through thick and thin, despite witnessing our unpleasant side, can also be challenging. Over time, couples may encounter conflicts such as emotional distance, and experience communication breakdown that becomes a threat to their peace and relationship stability. This...
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy: An Overview

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

What is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?We offer Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) as a form of psychotherapeutic treatment that has proven effective in addressing various mental health concerns. These include depression, anxiety disorders, addiction issues, emotional difficulties, and severe mental illnesses such as bipolar disorder, borderline personality...
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