Mental Health recovery is a combination of various things. Little things like food, sleep and exercise to medication and therapy all play a part in recovery.
Episode 1: Monika explores how parents can talk about mental illnesses with their children.
What is therapy and why should anyone go for therapy. This article by Vaibhavi explores why therapy is for everyone.
Schizophrenia is a complicated mental health problem with lots of misconceptions about it. Even mental health professionals don't all agree about it. 1 in every 100 people get this diagnosis at some point in their life.
What exactly is stress? What are the signs, the science and a small survival guide for stress. An article by Anju Asokan.
Mental Health is stigmatised all over the world even in this day and age. We see a lot of our family and friends suffering but refusing to accept help.
The best way to receive help is to ask for it. Our family and friends may have the best intentions but probably don't know how to help us. Hoping to provide a reference point to everyone to talk to family about suicidal thoughts.
How do you tell your family and friends about your mental health diagnosis? Some tips and tricks to help you.
Some lovely ladies coming together to talk about their idea of self love, self care and what is self acceptance and self appreciation.
Workshop talking about unhelpful thinking styles, habits and how to address these.
Knowing your strengths and weaknesses can help you unravel the secret to facing threats and making the best of opportunities. This workshop focuses on developing true self awareness to help ourselves.
In this session we discuss why it is important to set boundaries in personal and professional life, how we can set boundaries affirmatively and the close connection between values and boundaries. Please note