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Mr. Sanjeeb Behera - Psychologist, Bhubaneswar

Mr. Sanjeeb Behera

m.a. in psychology (counselling psychology)

Psychologist, Bhubaneswar

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Mr. Sanjeeb Behera m.a. in psychology (counselling psychology) Psychologist, Bhubaneswar
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all the psychological problems can be solved by counselling only ,if the person is able to co relate the knowledge or information to some extent even.thanks...more
all the psychological problems can be solved by counselling only ,if the person is able to co relate the knowledge or information to some extent even.thanks
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He is an m.a. in psychology with specialisation in COUNSELLING PSYCHOLOGY . Book an appointment online with Mr. Sanjeeb Behera on Lybrate.com.

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m.a. in psychology (counselling psychology) - indira gandhi open university (ignou) - 2017
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counselling at psychocounsellor.com
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English
Hindi

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VIM-541,SHAILYASREEVIHAR,751021,ODISHA,INDIA,BHUBANESWAR(residence )ambika house,village-ekchalia,sanghalaisasan,pipili,puri,pin 752104.near kec (krupajal engineering college)college puri road.mobile no-9861306709Bhubaneswar Get Directions
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From last three days I am not getting sleep at night and not able to concentrate in my studies help me.

BASM, MD, MS (Counseling & Psychotherapy), MSc - Psychology, Certificate in Clinical psychology of children and Young People, Certificate in Psychological First Aid, Certificate in Positive Psychology, Positive Psychiatry and Mental Health
Psychologist, Palakkad
From last three days I am not getting sleep at night and not able to concentrate in my studies help me.
Dear lybrate-user. You could be stressed due to the preparation. Please take enough rest and get good sleep.
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I m engineering student and I didn't get consantret on my study, I have much more problems on concentration. What can I do. Please help me.

MBA (Healthcare), MRCPsych UK, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Bangalore
Please discuss the issues with your trustworthy friends and elders and consider their opinions and advice. They may help you to decide if specialist assessment and support is necessary. In that case, it is best to start with a general assessment of health, baseline tests and then go further as needed.
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My choice does not match with that of my partner and so we often quarrel. What should we do about it?

MD-PhD, FIPS, Fellow of Academy of General Education (FAGE), DPM, MBBS
Psychiatrist, Ludhiana
Solutions that can save a relationship. Communication all relationship problems stem from poor communication, you can't communicate while you're checking your blackberry, watching tv, or flipping through the sports section" sex even partners who love each other can be a mismatch, sexually, lack of sexual self-awareness and education worsens these problems. But having sex is one of the last things you should give up" sex" brings us closer together, releases hormones that help our bodies both physically and mentally, and keeps the chemistry of a healthy couple healthy" problem-solving strategies: plan, plan, plan. Money problems can start even before the wedding vows are exchanged. They can stem, for example, from the expenses of courtship or from the high cost of a wedding. Problem-solving strategies: be honest about your current financial situation. If things have gone south, continuing the same lifestyle is unrealistic. Don't approach the subject in the heat of battle. Instead, set aside a time that is convenient and non-threatening for both of you. Acknowledge that one partner may be a saver and one a spender, understand there are benefits to both, and agree to learn from each other's tendencies. Don't hide income or debt. Bring financial documents, including a recent credit report, pay stubs, bank statements, policies, debts, and investments to the table. Don't blame. Construct a joint budget that includes savings. Decide which person will be responsible for paying the monthly bills. Allow each person to have independence by setting aside money to be spent at his or her discretion. Decide upon short-term and long-term goals. It's ok to have individual goals, but you should have family goals, too. Talk about caring for your parents as they age and how to appropriately plan for their financial needs if needed. Struggles over home chores most partners work outside the home and often at more than one job. So it's important to fairly divide the labor at home. Problem-solving strategies: be organized and clear about your respective jobs in the home" write all the jobs down and agree on who does what" be fair so no resentment builds. Be open to other solutions, she says if you both hate housework, maybe you can spring for a cleaning service. If one of you likes housework, the other partner can do the laundry and the yard. You can be creative and take preferences into account -- as long as it feels fair to both of you. Not making your relationship a priority if you want to keep your love life going, making your relationship a focal point should not end when you say" I do" relationships lose their luster. So make yours a priority. Problem-solving strategies: do the things you used to do when you first met. Show appreciation, compliment each other, contact each other through the day, and show interest in each other. Schedule time together on the calendar, say" thank you" appreciate" it lets your partner know that they matter. Conflict occasional conflict is a part of life. The same lousy situations keep repeating day after day -- it's time to break free of this toxic routine. When you make the effort, you can lessen the anger and take a calm look at underlying issues. Problem-solving strategies: you and your partner can learn to argue in a more civil, helpful manner. Make these strategies part of who you are in this relationship. Realize you are not a victim. It is your choice whether you react and how you react. Be honest with yourself. When you're in the midst of an argument, are your comments geared toward resolving the conflict, or are you looking for payback? if your comments are blaming and hurtful, it's best to take a deep breath and change your strategy. Change it up. If you continue to respond in the way that's brought you pain and unhappiness in the past, you can't expect a different result this time. Just one little shift can make a big difference. If you usually jump right in to defend yourself before your partner is finished speaking, hold off for a moments. You'll be surprised at how such a small shift in tempo can change the whole tone of an argument. Give a little; get a lot. Apologize when you're wrong. Sure it's tough, but just try it and watch something wonderful happen" you can't control anyone else's behavior" the only one in your charge is you" trust trust is a key part of a relationship. Do you see certain things that cause you not to trust your partner? or do you have unresolved issues that prevent you from trusting others? problem-solving strategies: be consistent. Be on time. Do what you say yent. Be sensitive to the other's feelings. You can still disagree, but don't discount how your partner is feeling. Call when you say you will. Call to say you'll be home late. Carry your fair share of the workload. Don't overreact when things go wrong. Never say things you can't take back. Don't dig up old wounds. Respect your partner's boundaries. Don? t be jealous. Be a good listener. Even though there are always going to be problems in a relationship you both can do things to minimize marriage problems, if not avoid them altogether. First, be realistic. Thinking your mate will meet all your needs -- and will be able to figure them out without your asking -- is a hollywood fantasy" ask for what you need directly" next, use humor -- learn to let things go and enjoy one another more. Finally, be willing to work on your relationship and to truly look at what needs to be done. Don't think that things would be better with someone else. Unless you address problems, the same lack of skills that get in the way now will still be there and still cause problems no matter what relationship you're in. Good luck.
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Sir I am in big problem I have 2 problems which are ruining my life 1st is I think 2 much I daydream nd think about what will happen how will it hpoen so dat I can communicate with people nd cant live in my present my close ones are leaving me so please help me nd 2 nd is my heavily addiction to masturbation I am heavily addicted to it nd doing it 2 or three times a day from past 4 or 5 years o cant get of it so plzz help me asap.

DGO, MBBS
Sexologist, Kolkata
Day dreaming is common at this age. Masturbation is also normal and does not cause physical problems or sexual problems. Also do not give any importance to advertisement that mention that masturbation cause health problems or destroys life, and masturbation does not require any treatment. it will not cause problem in married life if you maintain confidence. If you want to reduce it, you should involve yourself in studies, games and hobbies. Also try not to remain alone most of time and avoid sexy magazine etc.
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I mentally disturbed. I feel lonely. I like to roam alone. I dont like anybody's company.Please do help me

BASM, MD, MS (Counseling & Psychotherapy), MSc - Psychology, Certificate in Clinical psychology of children and Young People, Certificate in Psychological First Aid, Certificate in Positive Psychology, Positive Psychiatry and Mental Health
Psychologist, Palakkad
Dear , being a lonely person and roaming around alone, never means you have any mental disorders. Many people are like you. There must be some other reasons for you to be mentaly disturbed. You told you have cleanliness phobia. Is it diagnosed as obsessive compulsive disorder (ocd)? you need to provide more details regarding your thoughts, behavior, emotions etc so that I will be able to diagnose your problem. Please take care.
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I am a 22 year old male. I have pain in my neck, eyes, ear. My hands shiver a lot. And lately I have also beginning to stammer and fumble a lot. My speech is also slurred. There is pain in my calf when a do any small activity. I have gone to various doctors over the past 2 years, but none of them have cured my symptoms. Some doc said I need a psychiatrist. So I m going to a few psychiatrists and all the psychiatrist tell me that I have different disease. Some doc say I have anxiety disorder, some say I have adhd, some say I have double depression, some say I have compulsive disorder. I m taking a lot of antidepressant over the last 1 year but still no positive effect has been there. I m very stressed now. And I am feeling hopeless and helpless. No doctor can cure my disease or even find out what I am suffering from. I have a feeling doctors are just telling me wrong things and making money. Over the last 2 years I have spent alot of money for my treatment. But no improvement. What should I do?

Reparenting Technique, BA, BEd
Psychologist, Bangalore
I do not have complete symptoms to come to a diagnosis from the brief you have given so far. It will certainly help to meet with a counselor too, or a clinical psychologist who could conduct some psychological tests and help to come to a diagnosis. Apart from that, do regular counseling for the tension you are in currently. Through that interaction, the professional can learn a lot more and give you specific help based on a lot of data. I hope your parents accompany you to fill in information from your childhood and cover any heredity factors that may also be playing a role. In the course of all this I suggest you explore either acupuncture or acupressure: there is a possibility that you could benefit from that. Psychiatrists are not out to make money out of you. If there are confusing symptoms, they have to by trial and error find out what kind of medicine will work on you and how much dosage is required for your condition. As they narrow down to what is called the optimum dose for you, then they can maintain that prescription for long enough to stabilize the brain chemistry. If you change doctors in the interim, you are not giving them adequate time to go through these perfunctory functions.
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Severe pressure headaches, anxiety and, weak legs, balance problems, acid reflux, hyper sensitive, can't get any sleep.

BHMS
Homeopath, Delhi
Severe pressure headaches, anxiety and, weak legs, balance problems, acid reflux, hyper sensitive, can't get any sleep.
Hello Jyoti Singh As per description of diseases given by you...it is migraine and there is gastro-esophageal reflux disease you have...but donot worry i have solution for all of your complaints...homeopathic medication can cure u....u can consult me privately..
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Sir please suggest how to quit smoking habbit. I smoke 2-4 cigarette on every 4-5th day. I try to cntrl the carvings but on 4-5th day its so much that i cant stop it n go fr it. Please help soon. In between i developed a habbit of havig 2 cigarette daily for around a week or more bt i tried n reduced n so please suggest me the way to quit it completely n if any chewing gums available please suggest it too. Its for my friend aged 20yrs.

Reparenting Technique, BA, BEd
Psychologist, Bangalore
First of all with an asthmatic condition, your friend is fooling around with a poison that uses and harms the respiratory system. He desperately needs to quit smoking. The erratic pattern, induced by his attempts to quit, is worthy endeavors but true success lies in his finding support either through therapy or through the support of a close friend. Let him not attempt to stop gradually because the success rate of such attempts is neither permanent nor reliable. He needs to stop abruptly and immediately. He should give it much publicity, to all and sundry, so that he is compelled to save face and keep up his word in his social circles, when temptations become too trying. He may indulge in satisfying his oral need (which will become heightened due to the quitting of the smoking) with hard candy, chewing gum, and other consumables. There are nicotine chewing gums, nicotine patches, and electronic cigarettes that may be used as substitutes to reduce the craving and thus to eventually give up the habit. Whenever the need it stimulated, he may resort to deep breathing to simulate the act of smoking with nothing to actually ingest though. He needs to find out and equip himself with the knowledge of tobacco and all the damage it causes as a strong deterrent to his continuing the habit. The knowledge is scary. The times he has higher cravings have to be identified and he has to do something to occupy himself and his oral need to stave off the impulse. He needs to get into an active exercise regimen and healthy lifestyle that will embarrass him to abuse his body again by such poisonous items.
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