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Schools Need to be more Accommodating of Students with ADHD

In their growing years, an individual goes through many developmental stages. These stages not only involve physical and mental landmarks but also social and emotional growth as well as development....

10 10 2020 / Posted by Social Media
Drawbacks and Misuse of Depression Screening

Depression is a common mental disorder that affects millions across the world. In India, according to the National Mental Health Survey 2015-16, one in 20 Indians suffer from depression (WHO)....

09 10 2020 / Posted by Social Media
National Depression Screening Day

Depression is believed to be the common cold of mental disorders, wherein, a person feels extreme levels of sadness, dejection, and hopelessness. This condition severely hampers a person’s daily functioning...

08 10 2020 / Posted by Social Media
Ovarian Cancer: The Neglected Diagnosis

Ovarian cancer is a type of cancer that occurs in the ovaries. Ovarian cancer is seldom detected at its early stages and is diagnosed at later stages, at which point...

24 09 2020 / Posted by Social Media
World Alzheimer’s Month

The Human brain is a complex and fascinating living machine that consists of thousands of neurons that are responsible for transmitting information to other nerve cells, muscles and gland cells...

22 09 2020 / Posted by Social Media
How mental health can be ignored in minorities like bisexuals

Over the past few decades, research into the mental health of members belonging to sexual minorities and the LGBTQA+ community has increased exponentially. However, more recent studies have shown that...

22 09 2020 / Posted by Social Media
Need for an Organisation to Cater to Counselling Psychologists in India

In any professional discipline, it’s extremely imperative to have structure so that all the stakeholders are aware of their roles along with the consequences of deviating from their ethics. Most...

18 09 2020 / Posted by Social Media
How Online Education is Inaccessible and Ableist

“Education is a right, not a privilege” Access to education was never a privilege and it shouldn’t be but this Pandemic has shown us the worst times ever and compelled...

15 09 2020 / Posted by Social Media
World Suicide Prevention Day – The Importance of Taking a Holistic Approach towards Suicide Prevention

(TW: Mention of Suicide) World Suicide Prevention Day is observed across the globe, every year on September 10 th to raise awareness about suicide and how it can be prevented....

13 09 2020 / Posted by Social Media
The Aftermath of Celebrity Suicide: Its Impact on Subsequent Suicide Attempts

Over the years, suicide within the entertainment industry has been on an increase due to various mental health issues and pressures in their personal and career lives. With this increase,...

13 09 2020 / Posted by Social Media