World Mental Health Day 2020

World Mental Health Day 2020: Let’s Talk

  This World Mental Health Day 2020, do check out an important converstaion that centers around lived experience and the art — books and music — created from very personal journeys. Featuring the wonderful Shreevatsa Nevatia, author of ‘How to Travel Light’, Shubhrata Prakash, author of ‘The D Word’, musicians Lil Todu and Bluesanova, the artists […]

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Panel Discussion on Suicide Prevention

Event Listing: Delhi Panel Discussion on Suicide Prevention

Event Listing: Delhi Hi, anyone who is free or interested in joining us in an event to discuss suicide prevention (American Centre, KG Marg + more info below), please do register!   Friends in Delhi, this promises to be an engaging & important panel discussion on #suicideprevention with some fantastic panelists. 19th September, 6-8PM at […]

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Your Stories: How to Navigate Relationships and Love With Depression

By Shubhrata Prakash Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and to use a cheesy line, well, “Love is in the air”! However, love is not always romantic love. Love defines so many relationships in our lives. Love for our parents, love for our children, love for our siblings and the extended family. Love for […]

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Your Stories: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Depression

By Shubhrata Prakash My first experience of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) was a brief but promising one. When I was first diagnosed with Major Depressive Disorder (MDD), in 2011, I was put on anti-depressants and my psychiatrist did some counselling for me. However, that left many gaps in my treatment. The anti-depressants were maybe working, […]

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Your Stories: D is for Depression

By Amrita Tripathi Shubhrata Prakash, author of The D Word, speaks to us about her journey battling depression. She is equally honest about what keeps her going, as she is about the challenges that remain — because let’s not kid ourselves, there is no magical short cut to happily ever after. Healing takes work. Her […]

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