Stress and Your Child: What You Need to Know

By Sukanya Sharma The American Psychology Association released a paper earlier this year looking at “coping, emotion regulation, and internalizing and externalizing symptoms of psychopathology in childhood and adolescence”, to quote from the abstract. The problem is that we sometimes are completely unaware of the pressure and stress that kids today go through, not just in school but […]

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‘Justice Denied: State of Karnataka Vs. Pascal Mazurier’

By Siddharth Pillai/ Aarambh India Despite ‘access to justice’ being a fundamental right enshrined in the Constitution, one comes to realise that access doesn’t really frame the experience. Access feels like connecting to a wi-fi and entering a password. While the fight for justice implies a conflict- two or more opposing sides getting at each other and taking a beating from […]

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‘Lost Voices’ & the Bigger Picture of Abuse and Trauma

By Ratna Golaknath I have worked as a therapist/ counsellor for nearly the last fifteen years. While my life continues to be closely linked with providing support and care to people, I no longer practise chamber room therapy. One among the many reasons for stepping away from therapy was the realisation of the many “lost […]

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