Good of Discussing Mental Health for Community and Corporates

*Disclaimer: This article doesn’t undermine the need for a Clinical Psychologist at MNCs and there is no law that other psychologists can’t be hired by organizations that are not “directly” working for mental health. Readers are advised to use common…

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Importance of Face-to-Face Data Collection for Research Designs with Human Sampling

This article’s sole goal is to talk with aspirants and students of bachelor’s and master’s degrees completing their mandatory research work for an academic project whose sample is the human population. In 2009, as a first-year college student at Delhi…

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Depression and Dental Decay: A Link and Solutions

Depression affects all ages and is prevalent. It causes a chronic state of sadness, poor interest in routine and activities, changed in healthy patterns of appetite and sleep patterns, and concentration. Depression can harm dental and physical health. Depression-Dental Decay…

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Building Emotional Resilience: Tips and Techniques to Try

Introduction In contemporary society, people encounter a multitude of obstacles in various settings, encompassing both urban and rural regions in every nation and geography. Moreover, a subset of these problems has been identified as particularly arduous to surmount. However, individuals…

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The Most Lucrative Therapy Notes and Importance

Therapy notes are an essential part of treatment; these are also called a way of “case history” writing or “case formulation.” The case formulation helps therapists and other members of their multidisciplinary team improve the outcome of treatment and publish…

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Music Therapy and Obesity: How Does It Work?

In music therapy, the clients listen to (or focus on) selective musical melodies in a calm and distraction-free room or lab for some time so they can notice the change in their sensory receptors through introspection and biofeedback instrument readings…

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IIT and MBBS Students Suicide: What You Need to Know

“Annually, approximately 13,039 students end their lives in India,” says Singh (2022). On average, every year, 17 students from each district commit suicide, and 36 students across India die by suicide every day. Suicide in India is discussed only when…

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Assessment and Interventions for Learning Disabilities: What Makes it Unique?

Learning disabilities are a group of neurological disorders that disturbs the brain’s ability to store, process, or produce information. Dyslexia, dyscalculia, and dysgraphia are the most common learning disabilities. Do you know that famous scientists Thomas Alva Edison and Albert…

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Smoking Cessation: Psychologist’s Advice

Not long ago, I was working with one of the USA-based MNCs. The company works for the wellness of people and the community, and what I admire about this company is that their offices have no “smoking room.” Tabacco-Related Death…

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Wage Slavery, and Child Labor in Modern India

Bonded labor is the most widespread form of slavery in India. India has the highest number of wage slaves, with around 19.5 million working for free in fields, brick kilns, rice mills, and brothels. Millions¬†of children are working as housekeepers…

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