Simple learning techniques to help children overcome inhibitions and apprehensions
Walt Disney once said, “I have long felt that the way to keep children out of trouble is to keep them interested in things. Lecturing children is no answer to delinquency. Preaching won't keep youngsters out of trouble but keeping their minds occupied will,” but how wonderful it would be, if we could see how a child's brain functioned.
Research has shown that we can 'train the brain' effectively right from a young age. In an interview with HT Lifestyle, Rachna Narwekar, Early Years Educator, Curriculum Expert and Coach for LD, shared, “We all want a bright future for our children. We want them to be successful at whatever they choose, both in their personal and professional life. But how do we ensure that happens? The answer lies in the process. How we bring our children up also depends on our mindset.”
Ariel recently launched the Latest Edition of its Share The Load Initiative with a Campaign Film
Share the load aimed at encouraging more men to do their share of household dues to transform the dynamics of their relationship and make for an improved married life.
I think basic realization is very helpful towards building a happy marriage, especially when it comes to household duties, this was seen in the ad as well because as soon as the husband realized that something was going on in his marriage and he offered to help that is you don't just realize that you act on it as well
End of Mindless Swiping: Young Adults Embrace Post - Pandemic Love
For many people, adjusting to work from home infrastructure and fewer outdoor activities was challenging, which increased dependency on these apps. As a result, users' time spent on these apps rapidly rose.
It's called sealioning, and we're still looking it up
It was June 2021. Live-audio streaming had just been declared the new cool kid on the block courtesy of Clubhouse and the clone factory. In one of the sessions on Twitter Spaces, I heard someone use the word "sealioning" to justify why a previous speaker was thrown out of the room. When it was my turn to speak, I couldn’t help but ask about this term first.
Employers watch out: Gen Z is here, aggressive and assertive
Members of this generation are challenging the norms that were once taken for granted, but they also find it easy to talk about it with psychologists and counselors.
The humbling of the humblebrag
Urban Indian users are avoiding sharing celebratory posts on social media so they don't seem tone-deaf and insensitive as people around them grapple with the loss of lives and livelihood
The year your therapist broke down
As Covid-19 healthcare workers grapple with the loss of life on an hourly basis, mental health professionals across the country are dealing with the impact of those deaths, one session at a time. Now, it has started to take a toll on them.
India Inc suffers a new ailment, complains of webinar fatigue, Zoom gloom
Over the last three months, as Corporate India went into a lockdown and slowly unlocked in bits and pieces, this mental and physical condition has exploded into social memes and turned into daily lingo among employees. Some have even created songs dedicated to the syndrome.
How sleep emerged as a major casualty of Covid-19 and the subsequent lockdown
Sonali Malaviya never obsessed about her sleep, until now. “Normally, I would go to bed at 10:30 in the night and wake up by 6 am,” says the Gurgaon-based tech marketing professional, who is in her early 40s. Over the last three months, though, she has been getting up at 3 am every night.
Live video chat apps get in on action
While short-video apps have been in the spotlight of late, away from the limelight and scrutiny, a new ecosystem of ‘Live video chat’ apps has silently garnered millions of users.
These apps allow users to video-call strangers. Four such apps — Chamet, LivU, WHO, and Azar — are among the top 10 grossing apps on the Play Store in India right now.
Opt for couples therapy for better communication
Good communication is vital in a healthy relationship. Hence, it makes sense to opt for couples therapy for better communication. It provides for emotional security where both partners feel like they are being heard and their concerns matter. It also gives couples a feeling of validation and becomes the foundation on which a strong relationship can be built.
Healthy relationship green flags you should look for
Recently, Toni Tone, a writer’s Twitter thread about ‘green flags’ in a healthy relationship went viral. She had stumbled upon a Reddit post about it last year. It examined the signs that indicate someone would make a good partner. This motivated us to check with a mental health expert about green flags in a relationship.
Try this technique to improve work productivity
As more and more people are working from home. They are trying to figure how to improve work productivity and efficiency. Counselling psychologist Ishita Pateria recommends the Pomodoro technique to address this concern.
An Easy Guide To Acting Work From Home
A few months ago, working from home seemed like the most ideal situation. We could finally spend some time with our families, exercise, eat healthy, bake, read, and do all the things we missed out on because of our dreary routines. Almost half a year in, and nothing is as it first seemed.
Living Under COVID-19: Taking care of your Mental Health
Nothing has really prepared us to live through a global pandemic. We are in the grips of the novel Coronavirus, a hitherto unknown virus that will likely not kill us, but will make a huge dent on our earnings and livelihood, keep us locked indoors, disrupt transportation, keep our loved ones from meeting us, make our parents vulnerable, put our country’s infrastructure under brutal test, and require us to sacrifice our mobility and privilege, so that we, and millions of others, can continue to live.
Lockdown 2.0: Young professionals find Covid calls anxiety-inducing, look for interesting hacks to ward off loneliness
Even before the prime minister announced a nationwide lockdown, a preventive measure against the spread of Covid-19, Komal Chandani, 30, had found herself all alone in her rented apartment in Mumbai. Her two flatmates had flown out of the city, either for work or to be with their family.
When the psychologist needs therapy too
With an emotionally draining job that requires one to deal with personal issues all day, it is important for psychotherapists to find a way to unwind.
Online gaming can improve cognitive skill, decision-making
The gaming industry is often derided by anxious parents, but a recent study shows that participating in virtual games – both video and online – could help children perform better in the classroom.
#Metoo India movement helps destigmatise the need to seek mental therapy!
Imagine a 40-year-old telling a stranger in a different time zone that something bad happened to her when she was 15 and she can’t fathom why it is affecting her now just because everyone around her was sharing their traumatic experiences of sexual harassment.
Heart Mothers: Adoption and Maternal Mental Health
Ishita Pateria, counselling psychologist and psychotherapist, and founder of State of Mind – The Emotional Wellness Centre, explains this ...
Skill Gaming Summit: Hosted by the Rummy Federation
On 19th July, 2018, Ishita Pateria spoke at the Skill Gaming Summit, hosted by the Rummy Federation. She shared the panel with Mr. Vaibhav Kakkar ( Partner, Luthra & Luthra), Mr. George Rover (Former Deputy Director New Jersey Division of Gaming & Founder, Princeton Global Strategies), Mr. Anil Talreja (Partner, Deloitte), Mr. Trivikraman Thampy (Founder and CEO, Playgames 24x7) and Mr. Deepak Gullapalli (Founder and CEO, Head Infotech).
State of Mind - The Emotional Wellness Centre listed in the 20 Most Promising Psychotherapy Clinics, 2018
With a notion to alleviate these factors and create awareness, Ishita Pateria, Psychotherapist & Counselling Psychologist, founded an emotional wellness centre ...
4th International Conference on Depression, Anxiety and Stress Management in Frankfurt, Germany, 2018
On 10th May, 2018, Ishita Pateria gave a talk on 'Sexual Abuse and the Individual: An Integrative Approach to Adult Survivors' at the 4rth International Conference on Depression, Anxiety and Stress Management in Frankfurt, Germany.