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Ms. Preeti Sadhu - Psychologist, Akola

Ms. Preeti Sadhu

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Post Graduate Diploma In Rehabilitation Psychology, M A Clinical Psychology

Psychologist, Akola

7 Years Experience  ·  1200 at clinic  ·  ₹500 online
Ms. Preeti Sadhu 89% (117 ratings) Post Graduate Diploma In Rehabilitation Psychology, M A C... Psychologist, Akola
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I look forward to promote well-being, happiness and decode complexities of human behavior and ways to manage them....more
I look forward to promote well-being, happiness and decode complexities of human behavior and ways to manage them.
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Ms. Preeti Sadhu is a renowned Psychologist in Tapadia Nagar, Akola. She has had many happy patients in her 7 years of journey as a Psychologist. She has done Post Graduate Diploma In Rehabilitation Psychology, M A Clinical Psychology . She is currently associated with Pendharkar Neuropsychiatry Care in Tapadia Nagar, Akola. Book an appointment online with Ms. Preeti Sadhu and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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Post Graduate Diploma In Rehabilitation Psychology - IGNOU - 2012
M A Clinical Psychology - DEPT OF PSYCHOLOGY BU - 2011
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Post Graduate Diploma In Rehabilitation Psychology, M A Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Akola

Right attitude is like right amount of salt in recipe of life. Keep your attitude right and everything will turn out to be tastier and more balanced.

YOU are a born chooser

Post Graduate Diploma In Rehabilitation Psychology, M A Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Akola
YOU are a born chooser

You are a born chooser

Do Not Worry, Enjoy your Life!

Post Graduate Diploma In Rehabilitation Psychology, M A Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Akola
Do Not Worry, Enjoy your Life!

Do Not Worry, Enjoy your Life!

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Say no to Tobacco

Post Graduate Diploma In Rehabilitation Psychology, M A Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Akola
Say no to Tobacco

Smoking is bad bad for the health of the smoker & it is not contestable by anybody, but smokers often downplay the gravity of the issue due to the fact that they are not yet facing a critical effect of smoking. There are around 4000 documented toxins contained in cigarette smoke and the list of smoking-related diseases and ailments is long and includes ailments such as lung cancer and high blood pressure. In short, smoking is a clear and present danger and there are hundreds of reasons why a smoker should quit. The journey to being smoke-free, however, is wrought with great difficulty.

World No Tobacco Day (WNTD) is observed around the world every year on May 31. It is intended to encourage a 24-hour period of abstinence from all forms of tobacco consumption around the globe. The day is further intended to draw attention to the widespread prevalence of tobacco use and to negative health effects, which currently lead to nearly 6 million deaths each year worldwide, including 600,000 of which are the result of non-smokers being exposed to second-hand smoke. QUIT SMOKING TODAY

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For more insights & expert tips on how to ‪#‎QUITSMOKING‬ click on the following link

http://pendharkar-psychiatry.blogspot.in/2016/03/want-to-quit-smoking-try-these-proven.html

Post Graduate Diploma In Rehabilitation Psychology, M A Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Akola

No one can defeat a Powerful Mind.

5 Tips on How to Talk to Your Child About Sex for the First Time

Post Graduate Diploma In Rehabilitation Psychology, M A Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Akola
5 Tips on How to Talk to Your Child About Sex for the First Time

5 Tips on How to Talk to Your Child About Sex for the First Time

You may find it very uncomfortable to talk to your child about sex for the first time, but it’s a parenting skill you need to acquire. Encouraging your child to discuss their sex-related queries with you will ensure that they don’t pick up wrong information from undesirable sources, or conceive notions that might affect their overall behaviour.

Moreover, it will also strengthen the bond between you and your child. Here are some effective tips that will make it easier for you to talk with your child about sex.

1. Be confident

First of all ensure that you have all the facts correctly arranged in your mind. Do some research, if necessary. Set a specific plan beforehand on how you intend to solve your child’s sex related queries. Always remember the fact you are your child’s role model and you need to have the correct knowledge to educate your child about sex. Face all the questions asked by your child confidently, without letting him/her sense your discomfort.

2. Use proper anatomical terms

Use the actual anatomical terms while referring to the various body parts, like vagina or penis for example. If you use any indirect word or expression to convey your message, the child will sense your embarrassment in talking about certain body parts. This will create a wrong impression in the mind of the child about sex from the beginning. You can use humour as a tool to overcome your discomfort while talking. Moreover, this will also help your child to open up easily.

3. Don’t project sex as a bad thing

It is very important to convey the idea to your children that sex is not an act of sin, but it is regarded as a sin only when misused, like rape or sexual abuse. Encourage them to accept the fact that the occurrence of changes in their body with the onset of puberty is completely normal. Also convey that these changes are a positive way of making them a complete human being.

4. Teach your children the importance of sexual purity

Enrich your children with values like loyalty, respect and love. Teach them the importance of remaining faithful to their partner and treating their partner with love and care. Motivate them to resist peer pressure and not to embrace infidelity.

5. Set healthy boundaries

Set boundaries for your children carefully and make them understand why you did so. For example, convey that their modesty should be reflected from their appearance and behaviour because that is the best they can do to respect their own bodies. Moreover, put specific guidelines on what type of media your child is allowed to watch and tell him/her that it is a way to respect and let his/her thoughts grow. Gradually, when your children start showing mature reactions to these guidelines, allow them to make their own choices and give them more personal space.


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My baby is 18 months old. She is not talking yet. But she understands every thing what ever I told. She is showing all body parts with signs. But my worry is all are asking me why she is not talking. Near by my home 11months baby is talking. Why she is not talking. Is she requires speech therapy. She is pronouncing only that, papa, mama, nanna.

Post Graduate Diploma In Rehabilitation Psychology, M A Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Akola
My baby is 18 months old. She is not talking yet. But she understands every thing what ever I told. She is showing al...
Hi lybrate-user kids usually start using 1 word from the age 1 year, and they start speaking in 2-3 word sentence by the age two. Some achieve it early some achieve it little late. It shouldn't be a concern if kid is already active and can understand and act on what is said, also like you have said she is pronouncing papa, mama. This is a good progress, and I believe she will soon surprise you with sentences as she approaches her 2nd birthday. Motivate her to demand things instead of providing things before she asks for it. Sometimes if kids get what they want without speaking up for it, what is the need to speak? I hope that helps. All the best!
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Tips for a good sleep

Post Graduate Diploma In Rehabilitation Psychology, M A Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Akola
If you have difficulties falling asleep I am giving some basic rules here, which if followed can improve your sleep. To read copy paste the link http://preetisadhu.blogspot.in/2015_12_01_archive.html

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Preeti Sadhu

Taming The Restless Mind

Post Graduate Diploma In Rehabilitation Psychology, M A Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Akola
http://preetisadhu.blogspot.in/2015/11/taming-restless-mind.html

Know About The New Age Relationship Killer, "Phubbing" and Ways to Combat

Post Graduate Diploma In Rehabilitation Psychology, M A Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Akola
Know About The New Age Relationship Killer, "Phubbing" and Ways to Combat
How "phubbing" is killing your relationship?

It may sometimes so happen that your partner may prefer texting someone else over talking to you. Also sometimes this seemingly harmless habit can turn into an obsession, when your partner just can’t help but steal glances at his phone while you two are trying to enjoy a romantic dinner. If this turns into a constant habit that just doesn’t wear off, then chances are you’re being phubbed by your partner, and what is happening to you has a specific name. It’s called p-phubbing, which is the act of snubbing your partner by being glued to the phone.
What phubbing is doing to your relationships?

Research shows that Mumbai is the most major hub of phubbing in India. However, the spread of phubbing is not just restricted to Mumbai and has made its presence felt in other metropolitans of the country. Phubbing has led to serious relationship troubles among most couples. James A. Roberts, a professor at Baylor University, co-authored a recent study on phubbing which was published in the journal Computers in Human Behaviour. The study revealed some shocking statistics.

1. More than 46% people complained of being phubbed by their partners
2. More than 22% confessed that phubbing is a major issue in their relationship
3. And about 37% said that being phubbed makes them feel depressed at some point of time.

The study also said that there’s a direct link between phubbing and relationship issues. Phubbing is particularly problematic for those with an anxious attachment style (which makes up 20% of the population of the world), although its effects are also felt on the rest of us. More and more people feel dissatisfied with their partners who ignore them or cut them short mid-sentence to check their phones. Many even feel that their partner is no longer interested in them. For quite a few people it’s the reason behind feelings of insecurity, neglect and depression, and dissatisfaction with life in general. In fact, the study showed that some people had gone as far as ending their relationship as the situation had worsened to a level where it could not be handled.

How can you combat it?

Phubbing now poses as a social evil that must be weeded out of society. If you and your partner suffer at the hands of phubbing, then there are certain things you can do to combat it.

1. The easiest way to put an end to it is to tell your partner how it makes you feel.
2. Make certain rules regarding cellphone use when out on a date, or just spending quality time with each other at home.
3. Alternatively, you can try your partner to quit the habit by leading by example. Don’t use your cellphone at all when with your partner, and show him that spending quality time with him is more important.
4. You can also try educating your partner on the ill-effects of phubbing and how it can adversely impact your relationship. This is best done when you catch him in the act.

Sometimes your partner may not be consciously phubbing you or showing signs of an obsessive phubber, but it is still important to correct his wrong habits. Most importantly cellphones were invented to bring humanity closer, and not distance people even while they are sitting in the same room. So keep that in mind, and put an end to this unhealthy habit.

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