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Mental illness: Through CAREGIVER’S lens

We have always talked about the struggles and hardships of a mental illness patient- their personal life challenges and battles with the society. However, in this piece, we want to shed some light on those PEOPLE who work towards the betterment of this section of society and more so making them more FUNCTIONAL in all … Continue reading Mental illness: Through CAREGIVER’S lens

Rounding up the last few months ♥

It was about time we did a roundup of what The ShrInk Speaks is and what we have been doing all these months. As of now, The Shrink Speaks is a baby website. With a follower count of 1K on the website and social media platforms, we are growing steadily. We are now a team … Continue reading Rounding up the last few months ♥

Counselor, psychologist, psychiatrist- who is right for you?

With the increasing needs of the society, mental health professionals are becoming a necessity. This is leading to the creation of diverse job profiles such as relationship counselors, career counselors, academic counselors, therapists, psychologists and so on. It often becomes difficult for an individual to decide who to approach for resolving an issue. Counselors, psychologists … Continue reading Counselor, psychologist, psychiatrist- who is right for you?

TOWARDS A BETTER FUTURE- CHILDREN WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES

Continuing from where we left our discussion, in this article we focus on some of the strategies can be used in classrooms to impact the quality education to learning disabled children. The primary responsibility of any teacher is to help each student to achieve their desired goal. In case of children who require special needs, it … Continue reading TOWARDS A BETTER FUTURE- CHILDREN WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES

MENTAL DISORDERS ARE NOT ADJECTIVES

For years, we have been urging everyone to talk more about mental health problems to reduce the misconceptions and stigma around it. While on the brighter side, many have spoken up about their journey and sought help, unfortunately, some others think of it as an adjective. For starters, every minor inconvenience has now become “depression” … Continue reading MENTAL DISORDERS ARE NOT ADJECTIVES