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Ms. Hemal Sanjay Kunte  - Psychologist, Bangalore

Ms. Hemal Sanjay Kunte

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M.S. Counselling and Psychotherapy

Psychologist, Bangalore

6 Years Experience  ·  1200 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
Ms. Hemal Sanjay Kunte 93% (1230 ratings) M.S. Counselling and Psychotherapy Psychologist, Bangalore
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I'm dedicated to providing a safe and confidential space for my clients where they can be themselves. I believe in helping my clients with more self awareness and building up on various......more
I'm dedicated to providing a safe and confidential space for my clients where they can be themselves. I believe in helping my clients with more self awareness and building up on various Interpersonal skills.
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Ms. Hemal Sanjay Kunte is a very respected and successful Consellor who is specialized in the field of Psychology. With an experience of over 5 years and excellent patient ratings and reviews, she has garnered quite a lot of fame over the years of her Professinoal practice. Her services can be availed at her clinics, Hansaa Clinic and Innersight Counselling and Training Center where she attends her Clients, only with prior appointment.. These clinics are based in Bangalore. You can fix an appointment and get her services there or you can also contact and consult her via call or online texting. Ms. Hemal Sanjay Kunte has finished her M.S. Counseling and Psychotherapy from I.B.M.S. in 2012. She can help people with anxiety, fear, depression, anger and related issues. She specializes in Adult, Adolescent and Couple Counselling (Pre and post Marital). She has special training for

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M.S. Counselling and Psychotherapy - I.B.M.S., Chittoor - 2012
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Understanding Relationships - Why Is It Important?

M.S. Counselling and Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
Understanding Relationships - Why Is It Important?

We are social animals. We stay in groups and like to be connected, with family and friends.

A Relationship is a “bond” or a “feeling” that develops between two individuals as a result of some interaction between them. Throughout our life we have different types of relationships with different people. Every relationship in our life is very important.

But many times these relationships become a major cause of concern when they induce a lot of stress and imbalance in our lives.

Hence understanding relationships is very important.

We are conditioned to believe that “love” is unconditional and relationships are all about sacrifice. This is not true.

All relationships are like two way paths – there is always “give” and “take” in every relationship. We are giving something and receiving something in each relationship. This “Give” and “Take” may be in material form (physical) like money, gifts, food, clothing, gadgets etc. or non-material form (emotional) like love, care, respect, joy etc. In each relationship we are receiving and giving something either in physical form or in emotional form.

E.g. 1. A mother taking care of all needs of a new born baby, is providing all the physical and emotional support to the baby. In return, the mother gets immense joy, a sense of containment.

E.g. 2. In the office, you get paid for the services you are offering.

So it is important to understand that every relationship is “Give and Take” and there is nothing wrong in it. Now, consider that, what you are “giving” is the “Cost” you are paying for a relationship and what you are “receiving” is the “reward” you are getting from the relationship.

Now let’s see what causes problems in relationships.

When your “cost” becomes too much for you to pay, compared to the “reward” you are getting from any relationship, then this kind of relationship feels like a burden. Where there is very little or no “reward” and the “giving or the cost” is very high, the relationship becomes lopsided.

It is important to understand that sometimes your Cost will be higher than the reward and vice versa. It is not possible to achieve a perfect balance between what you are giving and what you are receiving. But it needs to be fairly balanced, over a period of time.

Lopsided relationships become dysfunctional and sometimes may become toxic.

To achieve reasonable balance in relationships it is important to understand and satisfy your own needs, stand for your rights and learn effective communication skills. Every relationship is to be “nurtured”. Make efforts to make the other person feel important, loved and cared for and also valuable. This is a key to “Happy Relationships”.

Healthy relationships give happiness and peace of mind.

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I am 27 year old boy suffering from anixitydisorder .general anxiety disorder. Please tell me the best antidepressants tablet so that I can discuss with my doctor. Plz.

M.S. Counselling and Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
I am 27 year old boy suffering from anixitydisorder .general anxiety disorder. Please tell me the best antidepressant...
Dear Lybrate User, You may not need medication. Please consult a Counsellor first. The Counsellor will help you to understand what is causing this anxiety/fear. The Counsellor will also help you to cope up with this. Please understand that medicines for anxiety will give relief from your symptoms but will not treat the root cause of your anxiety. Hence, you will feel better only when you have taken the medicine. Once its effect reduces, you may again be anxious. The medicines also may have some side effects. Hence consult a Counsellor first. If there is a need, the Counsellor will refer you to a Psychiatrist.
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I am a student who stays in hostel. I feel depressed when I come back from home Every time when holiday's are over. Why?

M.S. Counselling and Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
I am a student who stays in hostel. I feel depressed when I come back from home Every time when holiday's are over. Why?
Dear Lybrate User, I think you are feeling sad and homesick. You are not depressed. It appears to me that, since your childhood, you have stayed at home, along with your loved ones, who took good care of you, who loved you. Because of all this love and care, you probably felt secure and safe at home. All your basic needs of food, water, shelter, love and care were met easily. Now in the hostel, you may not be liking the food, or the place, or the people around you. You are missing the love and care also. You might be feeling little insecure and/or unsafe. It is also possible that you do not feel very comfortable in the hostel. You have developed a bond with your own people and your home. Leaving that is not very easy. You are missing all this. Try to connect with your loved ones as often as possible. Share your progress, feelings with them. I would like you to understand, what made you stay in a hostel? Is it for further studies or job? Also please understand what are you going to achieve by staying away from your family? How long will you be staying away from them like this? If you think, this is temporary, then, you need to tell yourself that probably it may not be possible for you to achieve your goals by staying at home. At the same time, please understand that everything changes with time. As we mature physically and mentally, we need to "let go" of certain comforts in our life, in order to progress. You have also done this before. Try to remember the first day of your school, when you left the comfort of your home and went into a totally new environment of your school - primary then secondary, then college etc. You progressed because you "let go" of the comfort and security of the home for some time. Focus on your goal in life. Decide what you want to become and make efforts in that direction. Your home and the loving and caring people at home are always there for your support. Take that support and go confidently in the direction of your dreams. All the best.
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I am 54 years housewife and have been suffering from OCD. Advice me best doctor for treatment.

M.S. Counselling and Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
Dear Lybrate User, Please consult a Psychiatrist/Psychologist for assessing the severity of your OCD. In case you need medication, then the Psychiatrist will prescribe one for you. At the same time please consult a Counsellor as well. Counselling and Therapy will help you in understanding what is causing this OCD and how you can get rid of this. Take care.
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Hello, I am 38 years old and married in 2008. My wife's age is 35 years old. Since last 1.5 years, my wife's psychological behavior has been changed. Currently both of us thought are not matched. We are in position like magnetic needle north-south. From my side, she has full freedom. I was observed that she is in the menstrual period, the condition was worse.

M.S. Counselling and Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
Hello, I am 38 years old and married in 2008. My wife's age is 35 years old. Since last 1.5 years, my wife's psycholo...
Dear Lybrate User, Many couples think that they are poles apart. Husband and wife come from a different family/cultural/social/financial/educational backgrounds and each of them has a firm set of values and beliefs. Each one believes that only his/her values and beliefs are right/true and the other person is wrong, hence the conflict starts. In the initial period of marriage, each partner is trying to make the other partner happy and while doing so they compromise a lot on their own needs. At this stage in the relationship, there are no "personal boundaries" - everything belongs to both of them and both try to adjust a lot. But, as the time goes by, the "personal boundaries" start snapping back and this is the stage in the relationship, where the conflict starts. In a marital relationship, it is important to understand the needs and feelings of one's spouse. Giving each other, appropriate personal space and respecting other partner's views is also essential. Effective communication is vital for any relationship. It is possible that due to hormonal changes your wife might be experiencing some mood swings, but it need not cause so much disturbance in your family life. You may seek Professional help if you are in distress. Please consult a Marriage Counsellor. Take care.
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I get depressed very easily. My inner self is very weak. I am very superstitious. I always think something is going to happen to be. What can I do. Because of it my heart pounds quickly and I can't have a good sleep. Please suggest. I am fed up of it.

M.S. Counselling and Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
I get depressed very easily. My inner self is very weak. I am very superstitious. I always think something is going t...
Dear Lybrate User, It appears that you are scared of something all the time. Your hearts pounds as a result of this fear. It appears to me that you might have experienced some traumatic events in your life or have listened to some stories in your childhood, which have impacted you hugely. I guess this fear is making you ineffective in your life now. I suggest you consult a Counsellor. The Counsellor will help you to understand what is causing this fear. You can get rid of this fear and anxiety with the help of Counselling and Psychotherapy. Take care.
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I have little anxiety about a dream I have seen last night, its a bad dream, how I can recover from it?

M.S. Counselling and Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
I have little anxiety about a dream I have seen last night, its a bad dream, how I can recover from it?
Dear Lybrate User, Our dreams are a combination of our wishes - (conscious and unconscious), some life experiences and our fantasies etc. Sometimes the dreams appear to be so true that even after waking up, the anxiety lingers. I think this is what is happening to you presently. It appears that this is something, you fear the most or this is something you will find it difficult to accept if it happens in your real life. In my opinion, you will get rid of this anxiety in a day or two and the intensity may reduce as the days go by. In case, you are having this dream again and again or if your anxiety does not subside, then please talk to any of your trustworthy and wise friends or talk to someone elder at home. If this does not help then consult a Counsellor. Take care.
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Respected doctor. I am 37 year old male. I am on antidepressants and feeling better. My question is if I sleep in afternoon I feel very depressed and negative. Is it only with me or there is some medical fact. please guide. Thanks.

M.S. Counselling and Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
Respected doctor. I am 37 year old male. I am on antidepressants and feeling better. My question is if I sleep in aft...
Dear Lybrate User, The antidepressant medicine is working on you and hence you are feeling better. If you are feeling depressed or negative after sleeping in the afternoon, there might be some psychological or physiological reason for this. In my opinion, it will be very helpful if you talk to a Counsellor. The Counsellor will help you to understand what is causing this depression. The awareness will help you to get rid of medication. Medicines will give you symptomatic and temporary relief. Counselling will help you to treat the root cause of your sadness and depression. Please consult a Counsellor as early as possible. Take care.
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Hi, I am talking to you openly that one of my friend is fond of watching porn and he can not live without watching porn 2 to 4 hours a day and what is the alternate he can get satisfied.

M.S. Counselling and Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
Hi, I am talking to you openly that one of my friend is fond of watching porn and he can not live without watching po...
Dear Lybrate User, I appreciate your concern for your friend. It appears that your friend is getting addicted to watching porn. This addiction is as harmful as any other addiction. It will certainly affect his/her future intimate relationships and it will affect his/her sexual health adversely. Please ask your friend to consult a Counsellor regarding this.
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Hi doctor why is my penis not last longing for minimum 5 minute to enjoy myself with my wife. When im intercourse with her mine in coming out soon I could not make her happy please help me out doctor

M.S. Counselling and Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
Hi doctor why is my penis not last longing for minimum 5 minute to enjoy myself with my wife. When im intercourse wit...
Dear Lybrate User, If you ejaculate between 2 - 5 minutes after penetration, it is normal. I think you both may need to know more about sex. If your wife is not satisfied, there might be some other reasons for that. To enjoy sex, both the partners need to have the sexual urge, they need to be aroused and need to be physically and emotionally ready to have sex. Some foreplay is also required to have good sex. It is also important for both the partners to express their needs/likes /dislikes. In absence of any of these, it is likely that a person will not have sexual satisfaction. If you are newly married and are finding it difficult to discuss this with your wife, you may consult a Counsellor or a Doctor. These professionals will educate you about sex and will help you enjoy your married life. Take care.
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