Tanmoy Goswami reviews for The Health Collective Urvashi Bahuguna’s book No Straight Thing Was Ever Made and finds it is a book of considerable quality and that as a map of a mind in turmoil, unique to the writer and yet profoundly universal, it is a book of even greater value.
What are some of the movies that have made an impact on your understanding of Mental Health and Mental Illness? Here’s a highly subjective but fasicinating shortlist of 9 films, in a two-part series.
What are some of the movies that have made an impact on your understanding of Mental Health and Mental Illness? Here’s a highly subjective but fasicinating shortlist over a two-part series.
We’re all about self-care and self-love this Valentine’s Day 2021
In the last year people seem to have taken to what can be called mindfulness art practices like Mandala, Zentangle, pottery, therapeutic knitting as ways to deal with their anxiety and the general sense of uncertainty that the pandemic brought to our lives. Find out why that is and what might help you in this special post on The Health Collective
Self-care is not a luxury, but a necessity, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic. Learn what some young Indians are doing to care for themselves, and some helpful tips from a clinical psychologist in a special series on The Health Collective in association with One Future Collective
In this episode of Health Collective Talks, Amrita Tripathi speaks to the co-founder and chief of Product for Quilt.AI, Dr Angad Chowhdry to unpack findings from a recent report on Mental Health in India. From the finding that there were ‘11 MILLION searches for Anxiety‘ alone, to his belief that some major intervention may be […]
Singapore-based Quilt.AI analyses public and private searches on Mental Health to reveal what Indians are searching for, and the impact of micro-influencers on Stigma.
Living with Anxiety and Depression, young Mental Health Advocates Arjun Gupta and Ayushi Khemka share some reality checks including how they cope, things that have helped them and some of the big challenges, in conversation with Anindita Chatterjee.
For many persons with psychosocial disabilities across India interviewed for the India for Mental Health Fellowship piece, disability pension was insufficient, inconsistent or nonexistent during the lockdown.