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Therapy is generally looked down upon in some quarters and is almost like a taboo. But therapy be of great help to parents.

In this episode Himani and Kalyani speak to Sam Roberts, a counsellor who is also doing his PhD in Psychology. He helps us answer such questions as:

  • What is therapy?
  • When should parents become alarmed about their child’s behaviour?
  • How can therapy help?
  • Can therapy be used to ease the pressures of school?
  • Is taking therapy a sign of mental weakness?
  • How to choose whom to approach to discuss your challenges – psycologist/ psychiantrist/ consellor/therapist?
  •  How can parents raise happier children?

In this episode Sam introduces us to techniques such as SPACE and Family Talk time to better help us handle our daily struggles.

The pandemic has affected everyone-adult and child alike.



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