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Ms. Sadhana Mishra  - Psychologist, Bangalore

Ms. Sadhana Mishra

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M.Sc - Applied Psychology

Psychologist, Bangalore

4 Years Experience  ·  800 at clinic  ·  ₹250 online
Ms. Sadhana Mishra 89% (1435 ratings) M.Sc - Applied Psychology Psychologist, Bangalore
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I do person centered counselling using various therapies like CBT, REBT etc. I counsel individuals, couples and family....more
I do person centered counselling using various therapies like CBT, REBT etc. I counsel individuals, couples and family.
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Ms. Sadhana Mishra is a renowned Psychologist in Arekere, Bangalore. She has had many happy patients in her 4 years of journey as a Psychologist. She has completed M.Sc - Applied Psychology. She is currently associated with Infilife clinic in Arekere, Bangalore. Don?t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Ms. Sadhana Mishra on Lybrate.com.

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M.Sc - Applied Psychology - Annamalai University - 2013
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How can be deal with wife 28 year old, who always becomes bullies with slang abusive word loudly in anger and she is suffering with ocd fear of contamination. She never be calm always do their activity in anger and always being quarrelsome. Pls suggest some tips to deal against her.

M.Sc - Applied Psychology
Psychologist, Bangalore
Hi. Thank you for sharing your concern. You are feeling hurt and upset over how your wife is behaving. If she's been diagnosed for OCD then im wondering if she is under treatment. Ocd requires medical as well as psychological intervention. You will have to have immense patience and perseverence to help your wife handle her issue. Please consult a psychiatrist and keep her under counselling therapy ,if not doing currently. You may also require counselling support for yourself so that you have a place to vent out and figure out how to deal with the issue at hand. With a gentle handle holding you will be able to take care of the situation. All the best.
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Hi i am 20 years old boy height 5'7 weight 57 kg I have high negative vibes in any scenario is there were there is family isue regarding my girlfriend I always doubt her my studies I always masturbate thats a very bad thing please advice to how to build positive vibes and attitude and personality by this it is effecting my studies please help me guide me when ever girl is passing by or she is with me I feel like touching their body and staring their outfits coz of negative thoughts happening I want to stop this though I have a gf I feel shy I do not know how to deal with her if she will get to know i m like that she will dump me please help me I want to change my self my everything I want a human revolution please guide me doctor please.

M.Sc - Applied Psychology
Psychologist, Bangalore
Hi i am 20 years old boy height 5'7 weight 57 kg I have high negative vibes in any scenario is there were there is fa...
hi ...appreciate your courage to seek help! You seem to be struggling with boundary issues and thats creating alot of confusion in your mind. Your issue requires lot more details and exploration , thus I suggest you to seek counselling as it will help you immensely . Regarding masturbation, its not harmful if done in moderation and only to release your sexual excitement to give pleasure to yourself. but if you are masturbating compulsively and not enjoying the act, then you need to seek help. Counselling can help you with this issue too. All the best.
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Hello doctor I did love marriage marriage ko one n half year hogaya. I have one baby he is fr four months now n life is so problematic now my is husband is not supportive. He use to scold me without any reason. Mjh se cheek trh se baat bhi nahii karta. He talks to me wid disrespect and abhi m apni mom dad k yaha hu as I mentioned that mnne love marriage ki thi to my mom also use to say such things bht kchh sunna padta h I am so depressed kabhi kbhii bht suicidal thoughts aate hainn mind m pls help me to get out of it plsssss.

M.Sc - Applied Psychology
Psychologist, Bangalore
Hi,...it must be very confusing and hurtful for you to see your husband treat you in ways not respectful. You are feeling sad as your mother seems to be holding you responsible for all that is happening in your life. You are also feeling lonely as there doesn't seem to be any support around you. A lot must have changed around you since your marriage, trying to settle in a married life itself brings a lot of challenges and now you have a baby to take care of. Gather yourself up, see how brave you have been to handle so many changes. Your body must be recuperating from childbirth, and yes you do need support from your people around you. Tell them that you need their support in various dimensions. Talk to your husband about things around him. See if your time together with your husband has reduced after your child's birth. Notice since when has his behaviour changed towards you. Let him know how important he is to you, also tell him what you loved about him and are missing that. Take out some time exclusively for him, try to put your child to sleep early and utilise that time to be with your husband sharing quality time together. To your parents, try to hear out all their concerns for you and also tell them how important they are to you . Show them your love. Tell them how much of their support you need. I'm sure they will be willing to let go of their anger over your marriage and accept your husband as a part of the family. In doing all this stay calm and receptive. And in order to be calm and receptive you need to take care of yourself first. Begin a routine for your physical well being and love yourself for your mental well being. Doing a love marriage is not a crime and you don't have to feel guilty over it. Eat well, sleep well, go out with your friends, do things that used to give you happiness and satisfaction. If your husband or parents are not cooperating then you can seek family or couple counselling to work on the relationships. Whatever happens keep faith in yourself, you are a strong girl and will not allow suicidal thoughts to overcome your living spirit. Just that things are overwhelmingly non favourable for you, you are feeling hopeless. But little effort and lots of self care and open communication with your people maybe helpful. There is always help available, you can always consult a counsellor to work out a solution around your area. Take care of yourself!!
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I am 21 year old. And I been hurted in my head a year ago when I was travelling in a car so a big jerk came and the car jerk on that so my head was hurted from the car roofs and that time it was just the pain for hours. But after a week it started creating problems like I feel that my concentration and memory level is been decreased. It has been year passed what should I do. It could be a blood clot or what.

M.Sc - Applied Psychology
Psychologist, Bangalore
Hi. It's unlikely that the impact would have created memory loss for you. If you are worried about there being blood clot then it's better to get checked/scanned than to live in speculation. Visit a neurologist and discuss your concerns.
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My question is psychologic. I am a good looking fair boy. One year ago I had married with a girl which is whitish in color and not too beautiful not ugly. I done marriage under the pressure of my parents. Now I am feeling complexion as I look my all frds wife they are almost everyone fair and beautiful. And now I feel complexion to go to any party and also when I look to my wife I feel cheated and I am not talking with her very nicely. I am not going to any public place with her inspite of her nature is very nice. Help.

M.Sc - Applied Psychology
Psychologist, Bangalore
hi, you are looking at the shallow aspect of life. If you wanted to marry a beautiful fair girl then you could have told your parents about it instead of getting married under pressure and hurting your wife for no fault of hers! You maybe finding it hard because your wife doesn't fit the category of beautiful that you were looking for in your spouse but there are other aspects to a person's personality other than beauty. You mentioned that your wife is nice by nature, will it be possible to accept her for her niceness which is a boon these days....connect with her other qualities, connect to the person she is, at a human level. How would it have been if your wife was beautiful but not 'nice', would you be happy then? You feeling conscious about taking your wife among your get-togethers has got to do with your own unacceptable of her as she is. How much happy are your friends in their married life is a secret best known to them. The day you will learn to connect with her at humane level, you may realise her true beauty which will only enhance with the growing years together, skin beauty will only fade with time and it's the emotional connect that you will build with her will last for long. So look deeper into her as a living being with feelings and emotions and don't judge her for her colour. She too has the right to reject you for the way you treat her but she is being kind to you. Spend some quality time together and explore each others likes, wants, needs and dreams. This will bring to your notice other truly beautiful aspects of each other and help in creating a secure relationship.
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My sister - 28 years old - is suffering from schizophrenia. She is taking medical treatment right now. She's having this problem of auditory hallucinations, (very much) forgetfulness (in the sense that she needs instructions daily for almost everything), lethargic in nature almost in everything, being depressive in nature, negative and suicidal thoughts, etc. There are other signs and symptoms as well which sometimes come and go. She started telling all these things when she was 15-16 years. Earlier problem was not so much. It was like memory loss in the beginning. She couldn't remember things. She started being slow in daily chores and then came depression. After 4-5 years other signs and symptoms followed. In the beginning stages of the illness, my family members didn't pay much attention to it thinking that she's deliberately complaining because she doesn't want to do anything including studies. We're family of 8 in which there are 5 sisters and one brother and parents. So initially the problem was ignored for almost 4-5 years. Then she was taken to general physician who referred her to psychiatric care in Allahabad. But after taking medicines from there, she started to suffer from temporary memory loss in such a way that we needed to instruct her for almost everything, it was like she lost control of life. After that came auditory hallucinations, negative and suicidal thoughts, and more troubling depression. We consulted another psychiatric clinic, but her condition didn't improve. Her habits didn't change. She's still depressive. Most of the times she remains idle and like idol. Most of the times she wouldn't know what to do next. All she care about are non essential things. She complains also that medicines are giving her no health benefits. Apart from that she's continuously gaining weight. She doesn't have any idea that she's an adult now, not a child anymore, her way of life is instructive, not natural though. I think her problem is chronic. Now my parents are wanting her to get married. At this stage, with all these issues with my sister, would you recommend my sister to get married? Would you say that she should (at this stage) get married so probably after marriage she can get better? It's worrisome to think about it. And is there any hope?

M.Sc - Applied Psychology
Psychologist, Bangalore
My sister - 28 years old - is suffering from schizophrenia. She is taking medical treatment right now. She's having t...
Hi, appreciate your concern for your sister. Auditory hallucinations are signs of schizophrenia. Your sister needs holistic care, that is, along with medication she needs to be under counselling. You and your family members too will need to know more about schizophrenia and what help you all can provide to each other and to your sister. Marriage is not a miracle cure for problems and diseases. Marriage involves other set of people, their dreams and aspirations for life, hence it's not an option to be chosen carelessly. Besides your sister will not be able to cope up with the additional challenges that come with married life. Focus on helping your sister to gain some amount of functionality to help herself. Sit with your sister's psychiatrist and understand about the disease and the treatment plan. If you are not satisfied with the treatment from the current psychiatrist then seek second opinion by visiting a clinic that specializes in treatment for schizophrenia and like, and continued counselling sessions are a must along with medication.
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Respected doc please give me advice I had a bf from last two years I love him alot. But he always lies me and always he cheat me .i loved him alot that's why I can't leave him . But his cheating frustrated me and I was stopped any talking to him . And I have new person in my life bcz I have a reserved nature that's why in relationship I don't want any sex with my bf . I want to marry with my bf but he always lies to me . When new one comes in my lyf I am starting move on from my past but he is also want to use and tympass with me not want to marry with me my second relationship is across 45 days bcz I do not want sex before marriage. And I leave him. But now my mind is totally upset all day and nyt . When I am got up have thoughts of both persons that why they are do that with me ?why everyone cheats me ? No one loves me ?i love both cordially but why they are cheat me ?all these thoughts are broke me I want move on in my lyf am trying but am not .when am going to sleep bcz of these thoughts I can not sleep well . Am starts crying when remember all that .please give me advice how I can recover from this situation and concentrate on my career. What I do now.

M.Sc - Applied Psychology
Psychologist, Bangalore
Hi. It takes a lot of conviction and courage to stand by what one has decided and in your case you have stood your ground, be proud of it! your pain is understandable, you are probably feeling betrayed, hurt, confused and even rejected. It is difficult and painful to let go of a relationship that meant so much to you and to have it repeat again, can be devastating. Be gentle with yourself and don't indulge in self doubt. Any relationship is based on respect, trust, care and understanding, open communication being vital element. If you sensed that there wasn't much honesty from your partner, then trusting him would have been difficult. Don't blame yourself over it. You are very young and there will be many opportunities to meet the right kind of person for you. Concentrate on building up your career goals and close relationships (family and friends), this will provide a sound holding or support for you. If you still find yourself upset for longer time then consult a counsellor/psychologist to explore further. Take care.
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I am too depressed as I am in a relationship in which he black mails me ki me tumhe badnaam kerduga papa ko goli maarduga he is vry powerful I am depressed I have attempted suicide also no one is there to share my feelings as my parents expectations are high from me I don't wanna broke them I feel sometimes I need a psychiatrist but don't I feel is it I am mental or what? Please advise.

M.Sc - Applied Psychology
Psychologist, Bangalore
Hi, you seem to be in an abusive relationship and it, obviously is having very negative impact on you. He is using your fears regarding your image in your parents eyes as a weakness and blackmailing you. This behaviour will become worse with time. You need to talk to your parents or helpful siblings who can help you. Why it's important to involve your parents is firstly, your fears will be addressed, secondly, being elders they will be able to help you more sensibly. Yes there is every possibility of your parents getting angry with you but their anger may not last long because they love you and want the best for you. Putting up with your parents anger is better than going through this abusive relationship with your boyfriend which may have long-lasting impact over your mental health and future relationships. If you have other trusted family members who can help you in this, you can take their help too if parental help is not an option for you. Take care.
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I have been masturbating excessively I am unable to control it . Does it causes for pimples .I have been worrying about it. please give suggestions.

M.Sc - Applied Psychology
Psychologist, Bangalore
I have been masturbating excessively I am unable to control it . Does it causes for pimples .I have been worrying abo...
Masturbation doesn't cause pimples. Masturbation, when done under moderation and only for self pleasure, does not cause any harm. It becomes a problem only when you feel a compulsion to do it and don't enjoy it either, which seems to be the issue in your case. Do consult a psychologist or sexologist to assess your situation and guide you further.
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