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Harmony Wellness Concepts

Psychologist Clinic

1st floor,Muniyellapa Building near Choodasandra Circle,off Sarjapur Road,on Jail Road/Amritha College Road Bangalore
1 Doctor · ₹800
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Harmony Wellness Concepts Psychologist Clinic 1st floor,Muniyellapa Building near Choodasandra Circle,off Sarjapur Road,on Jail Road/Amritha College Road Bangalore
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My understanding of life is that no one is an expert on living. When we work with a therapist, counsellor or coach, we work with someone we can relate to, who we can connect with, and who......more
My understanding of life is that no one is an expert on living. When we work with a therapist, counsellor or coach, we work with someone we can relate to, who we can connect with, and who we can learn to trust. This, more than any particular approach, technique or ethos, has been recognised, time and again, to be the most important aspect of psychotherapy and counselling. In choosing a therapist therefore, it is imperative that clients ‘shop around’, and find someone that they can feel comfortable with.
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Harmony Wellness Concepts is known for housing experienced Psychologists. Mr. Nitin Mehra, a well-reputed Psychologist, practices in Bangalore. Visit this medical health centre for Psychologists recommended by 46 patients.

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Sun-Sat
09:00 AM - 09:00 PM

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1st floor,Muniyellapa Building near Choodasandra Circle,off Sarjapur Road,on Jail Road/Amritha College Road
Sarjapur Road Bangalore, Karnataka - 560102
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Mr. Nitin Mehra

M.s Counselling Psychology
Psychologist
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87%  (125 ratings)
4 Years experience
800 at clinic
₹750 online
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I become tensed all time. How can I get relaxsation?

M.s Counselling Psychology, B.tech
Psychologist
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Stress and anxiety is part of life, it signifies you are alive and are willing to make choices and face the consequences. Relaxation is not the way but learning to deal with it is important.

How to avoid so much of stress in our mind?

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Stress and anxiety is part of life, it signifies you are alive and are willing to make choices and face the consequences. Avoiding is not the way but learning to deal with it is important.

I want to increase concentration, as I am unable to focus on my studies. What should I do?

M.s Counselling Psychology
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Find out where all your attention is going, if you know that you can choose to put it elsewhere or on your studies. Concentration needs more energy and sustained interest.
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I am 18 years age student and I am always feeling mentally disturbed what to do?

M.s Counselling Psychology, B.tech
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Find help from others and if it doesn't work take professional help. You need to explore what's disturbing you and find its roots.

I am suffering from stress is there anyway to lessen stress because of this I can't focus on my work so please tell me how to overcome this?

M.s Counselling Psychology
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Stress and anxiety is part of life, it signifies you are alive and are willing to make choices and face the consequences. Avoiding is not the way but learning to deal with it is important. And to deal with you can either find self help or take professional help.

I am suffering from mild depression and anxiety also obessive compulsive disorder since my chilhood. Now my age is 41. Due to anxiety I am suffering from stammering. Twice I have consulted psychiatrist, but hesitated to take medicine prescribed by them. Because I felt unnatural by taking medicine. Please advice what should I do ?

M.s Counselling Psychology
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Medication will not teach you new skills but support your recovery, a combination of counselling with medication is always better.
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Sir, how to stop drinking alcohol without take medicine?

M.s Counselling Psychology, B.tech
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Withdrawal management might need medication depending on severity, rest is all psychological recovery for long sustained habit and misinformed life perspective.
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Hi sir, my concentration power is very weak and I am not able to concentrate in study so how to diserve that?

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Find out where your concentration is good if not in studies, then work backward to resolve the root problem and find sustained interest and passion in what you study.
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I have anger problem. Let me know to control it. Thank you.

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Controlling anger is not the way, finding out what causes you to get hurt psychologically and react with anger and impulsiveness is to learn about yourself and anger, which may help.

How to reduce tension in exam time, because of so. Much tension I am not able to read my question paper properly.

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Tension and anxiety is part of life, it signifies you are alive and are willing to make choices and face the consequences. Find out why you are taking exams with so much fear and expectations.

I am a 42 years married male suffering from depression for last 20 years. Presently on escitalopram&rivotril. But symptoms are aggravating anxiety panic attacks nervousness numbness insomnia lack of appetite palpitations.

M.s Counselling Psychology
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Only medication without professional counselling may not help at times as medication will not teach you new skills.
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I love smoking, what should I do?

M.s Counselling Psychology, B.tech
Psychologist
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Become more aware that smoking does not love you in return and take steps to break the habit for good.
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I am 23 years old, female, I think I am suffering from depression, I became so rude nowadays, I feel like I am not good enough for anyone or anything. Recently I had breakup 10 months ago that affected me so much. What should I do. I feel so helpless.

M.s Counselling Psychology
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Dont blame yourself completely for things that have happened to you in your past, find what you want to do in life and for depression seek professional help.
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I am 42 and have been on psychiatric medicines for long. For almost 5 years now I have been taking depakote 250, paliris 1.5 mg and buspin 5 mg. Initially I was on slightly higher dose but this reduced dose I have been taking since almost 2 years. I had depression but I really didn't have anythin serious as such but to mention a few years back I use excercise very vigorously and have a light diet coz of that I felt some kind of imbalance I guess. Now I am more stable, do only light walks and eat and sleep well. I am also happily married and well settled now. I am actually trying to stop these medicines and I was in consultation with my delhi doctor but now have moved from there. Docs here have told me to taper it down slowly but whenever I try to stop them completlely, which I tried several times, I get severe withdrawal symtoms. Bad headache and weakness. I guess since I have been taking these for so long I am not able to stop. Please suggest how do I stop these medicines as I feel very lethargic also because of them. Is there any alternative medicine which can be taken to prevent me from getting withdrarwal symptoms and stop the above medicines. Please help!

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Medication will not teach you new skills to face life without them. If medicines have given you the opportunity to learn about life, then do take it and meet some psychiatrist for withdrawal management.
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How to quit smoking? how to fight against cravings?

M.s Counselling Psychology, B.tech
Psychologist
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Instead of fighting against cravings, learn to understand them and stay put, and the cravings you have for smoke after you have left smoke for some considerable time are mostly psychological in nature. They are habits that are hard to break but can be broken like we break any other habit with mindfullness and awareness.
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I am a 21yr old male and I am suddenly angry without no any reason. Why?

M.s Counselling Psychology, B.tech
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Anger is usually not the main emotion, so find out what brings the reaction of anger when it happens next time.
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