It talks about our core emotions- joy, sadness, fear, anger and disgust- from the mind of an 11 year old. Beautifully explained and so moving, we would recommend it to adults and children :)
A helpful, insightful analogy that talks about why it is important to maintain your relationships:
In the first part of a five-part series on how to make your time in therapy effective, Dr. Gary Trosclair talks about dropping our masks in the client-therapist relationship:
As inhabitants of our own minds and bodies, we have a unique relationship with our self. I’m the only person who’s with myself every waking hour, and who knows my every thought and action."
How can we choose to use that relationship for good: to treat ourselves with kindness, and compassion; to change self-defeating patterns?
"How you respond and connect to others is deeply connected with how you respond to yourself."
The Inner Space Team is glad to be conducting a workshop on "Discovering Harmony in Relationships". This workshop is for those who wish to discover and nurture harmony in relationships- whether it is with your partner, your child, parent, colleague or friend.
It will help you discover how relating to others in an open, caring and constructive way is an inescapable step to deepen connectedness.
This one-day workshop will be held on 5th July. Click on the event link for further details:
We have been conducting these sessions since May 2013 as part of our Integrated Mindfulness Program. Having used several mindfulness based approaches in counseling sessions with clients; these approaches are now in a program format, open to everyone.
This is a two-part Basic Level workshop that will be held on 6th September and 13th September from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m on both days.
Mindfulness is a beautiful practice that helps you to live your life with all its ups and downs more consciously, more meaningfully. It involves getting our minds back to the present and paying attention to the life that is unfolding right now within us and around us.
The sessions would be conducted by Sadia Raval, the founder and chief psychologist of Inner Space.
She avidly practices mindfulness herself since several years. She is also an integral somatic psychotherapy practitioner. In these sessions, she blends her understanding of psychology and human behaviour, thinking and emotion that comes with her education and experience of 14 years with the concepts of mindfulness and somatic psychotherapy.
For more details or to sign up, contact: +91 9833985538 or visit our website: www.innerspacetherapy.in/mindfulness-individuals
In the same vein, lets break some more stereotypes:
"In many cases, therapy is a better treatment option, since it treats the underlying anxieties that cause insomnia. A medication just puts a blanket over that anxiety and helps people get rest, says Dr. David Cunnington (senior author of study and director of the Melbourne Sleep Disorders Centre in Australia). But cognitive behavioral therapy addresses the core problems, challenging people's thinking around sleep. It can actually break the cycle of chronic insomnia."
- Inner space-Counseling and AssessmentFounder and Chief Psychologist, present
Style of therapy: Eclectic- A combination of mindfulness practices, somatic psychotherapy and other classical therapeutic approaches.
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Learning Kathak, an Indian classical dance form and absolutely love it
- Post Graduation: Dept. of Applied Psychology- University of MumbaiClinical Psychology, 1997 - 1999
- Graduation: St. Xavier's College, BombayPsychology, 1992 - 1997
- Schooling: St. Anne's High School- Fort, Mumbai1992
- Trainings in Psychotherapy-Integral Somatic Psychotherapy: Trauma Vidya California -Neuroscience and Mindfulness: with Rick Hanson- Sydney Australia -Neurolinguistic Programming -Reality Therapy
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