Listen to Shubhika Singh Chundawat, a Licensed Clinical Psychologist (India & UK) and Certified Trauma Specialist talk about emotional wellbeing and relational health while helping you navigate through some of the mental health and psychotherapeutic concepts. (www.holisiticallyyours.info)
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Bonus Episode: How to make effective resolutions?
This episode is a shared recording of an episode recorded with the host as a guest speaker on another podcast by the name 'The Baby Brain'. It focuses on a discussion between Ms. Rinku and Ms. Shubhika regarding how one can make effective resolutions. As soon as the new year arrives, most people start making resolutions; only a few follow through with their resolutions others just fail. Why does this happen and how can we be consistent in following our resolutions? Tune in to get insights on the same.
“What does healing look like?” (Basics of healing- Guide for beginners)
The episode helps listeners who are currently seeking healing or thinking of beginning their recovery journey understand what the process may look like for them going forward. The host helps explain the journey of self-discovery and healing in a concise 'Must know 7 points' that aim to assist and simplify the anxiety and expectations that come along the way for anyone who is a seeker.
“Can the brain help sustain love?” (Neurobiology of Romantic Love)
What is the feeling of falling in love? Is the feeling of love sustainable, if so then how? How does the brain play a role in all of it? - These are just some of the questions that this episode addresses along with a brief description of the neurotransmitters and hormones that aid the process. The episode provides the listeners with some handy tips to mindfully maintain the feeling of romantic love in their relationships.
“How to tend to psychological injuries?” (Emotional Hygiene)
The episode helps the listeners understand the importance of tending to emotional/psychological wounds in the same way as we do to physical injuries/wounds. The episode explains the concept of psychological injuries with the help of examples and moves on to discuss strategies to prevent/tend to those injuries in a healthy manner. The concept of emotional first aid and hygiene are explained with some quick solution based techniques.
“How to regulate your sleep?” (Sleep Hygiene)
The episode focuses on psycho-educating the listeners about how sleep is related to both physical and psychological health, what sleep hygiene is and how to practice it in daily life in order to regulate one's sleep.
“Let’s Queer Up!” (Building towards an inclusive society - Part 2)
The episode is the Part -2 of the topic "Let's Queer Up!" in which the host takes a queer-feminist lens to address the misconceptions that exist about the queer and trans community. In attempting to bust some of the myths, the episode urges listeners to begin their process of becoming an ally.