Psychologist(Search results - 6)
Positive StoriesJan 8, 2021, 3:51 PM IST
Bengaluru: Meet 48-year-old Madhu Menon, one of India's oldest bike racers
Meet 48-year-old Bengaluru resident Madhu Menon, a mother, a clinical psychologist by degree, an HR professional by experience and a biker by passion.
Top StoriesDec 5, 2020, 4:07 PM IST
Idea Of The Indian 'Mard' As Victims Seems Incongruous?
Have you ever imagined your life without social media? Have you ever thought about the amount of time you spend on different platforms? Have you ever wondered how many people get influenced by what they consume on social media? There’s no doubt that in today’s day and age, Social media has played a huge role in shaping the way we think & gradually, the way we act. On the 4th of May, 2020, the life of one family in upscale Gurugram came to a screeching halt. A 17-year-old boy, Manav, plunged to his death after a post by a teenage girl alleging he raped her over 2 years ago, went viral. Although in her post, the girl added a disclaimer saying – ‘I don’t have any proof’, people immediately connected Manav’s story to the Bois Locker Room controversy and he was declared a ‘rapist’. But at the same time, there were questions like - was it right to harass the boy? What if he was innocent? And that we’ll never get to hear his version of events. A common thread seems to be the lack of empathy or even sympathy, because for some reason the idea of the male as a victim seems incongruous. Delhi-based Psychologist & Relationship Therapist, Vichitra Dargan Anand, shares a strong viewpoint.
Coronavirus Health TipsMar 30, 2020, 1:54 PM IST
How to get mentally strong, deal with COVID-19 stress
At a time when people are going crazy and anxious with coronavirus fears, psychologists have suggested steps to lower the frustration.
IndiaDec 2, 2019, 7:46 PM IST
Noida: After Nithyananda, another spiritual leader accused of forcing minor girl to leave parents, join ashram
A spiritual leader brainwashed a 17-year-old girl from Amritsar and had coaxed her to leave parents and join his ashram. The girl was saved in the nick of the time and is being treated by a psychologist now.
NEWSApr 30, 2019, 3:19 PM IST
Karnataka SSLC results: Psychologist explains why girls outperform boys
There is no change in the script when it comes to girls performing better than boys in the Karnataka SSLC exams. Girls have outshone boys with a pass percentage of 79: 68. Their ability to stave off distractions and better coping abilities place them on a better footing compared to boys