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Psychotherapist Julia Samuel's new book explores the certainty of change, and how to better embrace it
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Psychotherapist Julia Samuel's new book explores the certainty of change, and how to better embrace it

A book like This Too Shall Pass becomes a much-needed entryway into understanding multiple emotional trials and traumas that a person undergoes, and the importance of acknowledging each one of these phases occurring in life.

Art therapy: What is it and who can benefit from it?
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Art therapy: What is it and who can benefit from it?

If you’re working towards improving your mental health or dealing with social anxiety, stress, emotional problems, art therapy may be worth a shot.

From Marriage Story to Made in Heaven, how mediators influenced rocky relationships on screen this year
Entertainment

From Marriage Story to Made in Heaven, how mediators influenced rocky relationships on screen this year

Marriage mediators, ranging from divorce lawyers (Marriage Story) to wedding planners (Made in Heaven), had a field day on the small screen this year.

Should therapy be political? Influence of social factors on mental health may make a case for such an approach
Life

Should therapy be political? Influence of social factors on mental health may make a case for such an approach

Expressing politics through therapy ultimately means having a political opinion in the first place, before eventually recognising that the issues of the client who comes for therapy also have socio-political roots.

Understanding mental illness: The balance between community support and personal growth
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Understanding mental illness: The balance between community support and personal growth

Are we obliged to get help to relieve our family and friends of some of their emotional burden? My answer is yes, for those of us who have access. However, community is everything for those of us who can and cannot afford therapy, for without it, therapy can only take us so far

Bibliotherapy, a Mumbai-based mental health initiative, blends book club with support group
Life

Bibliotherapy, a Mumbai-based mental health initiative, blends book club with support group

Bibliotherapy, a new initiative in the city, is a book club which focuses on reading self-help books to support self-care and mental health.

Jawless parasitic fish might be cure for brain tumor and stroke, a new study finds
science

Jawless parasitic fish might be cure for brain tumor and stroke, a new study finds

The molecules from sea lamprey combined with other therapies can reach brain tumours when other medicines can't.

Black Panther star Michael B Jordan says he had to undergo therapy after playing Erik Killmonger
Entertainment

Black Panther star Michael B Jordan says he had to undergo therapy after playing Erik Killmonger

Michael B Jordan's Erik Killmonger was shown as a relatable person, a man who wants the throne of a technologically-advanced country to support the black community all over the world.

Fighting arthritis may be easier thanks to SMART cells built on CRISPR gene-editing tool
Life

Fighting arthritis may be easier thanks to SMART cells built on CRISPR gene-editing tool

Using the gene-editing tool CRISPR, researchers have found a way to rewire mouse stem cells to fight inflammation caused by arthritis and other chronic conditions.

According to a study, playing games on mobiles may help treat depression
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According to a study, playing games on mobiles may help treat depression

Playing mobile-based video games may help better treat depression by targetting underlying cognitive issues associated with the disorder, rather than just managing the symptoms, scientists say.

HIV therapy can keep partner from contracting the virus
Life

HIV therapy can keep partner from contracting the virus

Anti-HIV medications have the potential to suppress the viral load of people living with HIV and provide durable protection against heterosexual transmission, a study says.

Suicide watch: What counsellors who work on the front lines have to say
Life

Suicide watch: What counsellors who work on the front lines have to say

Mental health experts give an insight into the challenges they face when convincing those contemplating suicide that they have a reason to live.

Our silent relationship with mental health: Stigma is still strong in India
Life

Our silent relationship with mental health: Stigma is still strong in India

In India, mental health is a topic that is rarely discussed. But with cases of suicide and depression spiralling, it's time to do away with the stigma.

Pak health services plan counselling for children traumatised in Peshawar attack
World

Pak health services plan counselling for children traumatised in Peshawar attack

WHO collaborating centres are research institutes, parts of universities or academies, which are designated by the director-general to carry out activities in support of the organization's programmes.

After a rocky year, Justin Bieber finally seeks help of therapist
Entertainment

After a rocky year, Justin Bieber finally seeks help of therapist

Pop sensation Justin Bieber is reportedly seeing a therapist and is shelling out 600 pounds-an-hour for it.