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Mrs. Anam Kaushal - Psychologist, Delhi

Mrs. Anam Kaushal

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MPhil Clinical Psychology

Psychologist, Delhi

8 Years Experience  ·  1500 at clinic  ·  ₹750 online
Mrs. Anam Kaushal 90% (73 ratings) MPhil Clinical Psychology Psychologist, Delhi
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I pride myself in attending local and statewide seminars to stay current with the latest techniques, and treatment planning....more
I pride myself in attending local and statewide seminars to stay current with the latest techniques, and treatment planning.
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Education
MPhil Clinical Psychology - Amity Institute of Behavioural and Allied Sciences - 2010
Past Experience
Clinical Psychologist at Anam's Psychological Services
Assistant Professor Clinical Psychology at Amity University
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English
Hindi
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Indian Association Of Clinical Psychologist

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My son has dyslexia. His reading and writing speed is very slow. What is it's treatment? Suggest me.

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Psychologist, Delhi
First you need to take your child to a clinical psychologist for a detailed evaluation. If the reports are positive towards learning disability. Then you should submit the report in the school in order to avail benefits.
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My dad drinks an alcohol and smokes cigarette, how can I prevent him by smoking and drinking?

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You should take him to a Psychiatrist. Drinking and taking cigarettes is a form of addiction. One can leave it with the help of medication and therapy done by Clinical Psychologist.
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The Scent of Success!

MPhil Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
The Scent of Success!

The Scent of Success

Okay!!!...Let’s be honest how many of us out there don’t want to be successful? Success is what everyone aims for and trying to achieve but it’s easier said than done. Regardless of how old we are, where we live, which ever career we belong too, the ultimate goal is to be happy and successful. Every individual has a different definition and meaning of success. Some of us want to be a devoted and compassionate partner, a accountable parent and others link success with fame, power, money etc.

We all want to achieve success and live a contented life – this life includes a stunning house, an SUV car, financial independence etc. Every individual has different set of goals in life which one wants to achieve. We all run after to achieve our goals. Success is like a lock without any key and you have to find the key to the lock. However what we don’t foresee is that there is no one single key to success. In other words, there is no set rule to success; however what does exist is a “Unique key to Success”.

Just stop for a while and think about your goals - are they actually achievable. One of the most important point while setting a goal in life - is to see whether they are achievable or not? When I say achievable what I am talking about is the can you actually get it? Skill also plays a role too. Say for example, you want to be a Photographer; you are trying every bit possible to become one. But do you have the skill to become a photographer?  Therefore, try setting those goals which are in relation to your skill. If you are good in drawing become an artist and not a photographer just because you see your friend as a successful photographer.

Now, success is achievable. As, I, mentioned before there is no set rule to success, however, if you follow some simple steps you will reach closer and closer to your goal. These steps includes - 

1. Identify your passion – before you achieve success, define what success actually means to you. Identify your strengthens, weakness, interest, passion etc.

 2. Set goals – have both short term and long term goals for yourself. Short term goals are small and take less time to be achieved as compared to the long term goals which are time bounded.  If you see yourself achieving your short term goals it will motivate you to achieve your long term goals.

 3. Manage your time – set a time period to achieve goals. It is like stepping a ladder. Set a time period when will you climb the first step and when and how will you climb the next step.

4. Manage your finances - try managing your expenses and you will have a financial stability over a period of time.

 5.  Say no to comparison – don’t try to compare yourself with others achievement. You don’t know how much of themselves have they have given to achieve what they have got.

 6. Appreciate what all you have – learn to appreciate yourself for your achievement. Celebrate even small achievement as it is a stepping step for bigger success.

 7. Stay focused – and determined to achieve your goals. Failures are passing face of life – life brings you both success and failures.

 8. Don’t blame others for your failures - we all try to perfect but no one is perfect. We are bound to be surrounded with failures so why blame others for it. Take the responsibility of the failure and turn failures into success.

 9. Teamwork – yes!!! Team work surely helps – 10 brains working together will yield better results as compared to one.

10. Appreciate the efforts of your loved ones – directly or indirectly your success is a result of the love and blessings of your loved ones so appreciate them and give them credit for your success.

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I am now 62 years old having diabetes from 20 years, Smoking from last 40 years and want quit. Till date I have no any problem but my doctor always suggest to stop smoking. How can I stop.

MPhil Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
I am now 62 years old having diabetes from 20 years, Smoking from last 40 years and want quit. Till date I have no an...
You need to consult a Psychiatrist and a Clinical Psychologist. A psychiatrist will prescribe you medication that will help you to leave alcohol and not experience any withdrawal symptoms. A Clinical Psychologist will conduct therapy sessions with you that will keep you motivated to stay away from alcohol.
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If we want baby then when intercourses with wife. Which time sex with women then more chances of pregnancy?

MPhil Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
If we want baby then when intercourses with wife. Which time sex with women then more chances of pregnancy?
Every woman has an ovulation period. You need to keep a check of the periods dates. Lf one has had period on 1st then 12-15th date is the ovulation period. You should have intercourse on these dates.
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Hello, I have problem in swallowing some time. Even Sometimes its difficult for me to swallow the water. I consult the doctor and he did endoscopy and diagnose the problem of esophagus narrowing at GE junction. He was unable to clarify the cause for the same. I am a non alcoholic and nonsmoking person. What is the cause of esophagus narrowing?

MPhil Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
Hello, I have problem in swallowing some time. Even Sometimes its difficult for me to swallow the water. I consult th...
Esophagus narrowing is a condition where one has difficulty in swallowing and the esophagus tend to tighten or narrow. It is a form of acid reflux and happens due to stomach acid. The stomach acid travel to the esophagus. Kindly consult a doctor and start with your treatment.
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Managing Anger

MPhil Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
Managing Anger

Managing Anger:

We all know what anger is and we all experience it now and then. It can be fleeting annoyance or feeling of rage. The feeling of anger is completely normal, healthy, experienced by all and is a form of human emotion. Humans have seven basic types of emotions which includes – love, fear, grief, anger, anxiety, surprise and trust. These seven basic emotions are part and parcel of human race and are very often experienced by all.

However, all these emotions can become problematic when it crosses the threshold of normality. Talking of anger, anger can become problematic if it gets out of control and destructive. If your anger is causing significant discomfort and threatening for people in your surroundings, it is very much the time to think – what is going wrong? excessive anger can cause problems in interpersonal relationships, at work place and can hinder the overall psychological wellbeing of an individual.

Anger is a strong feeling of annoyance, displeasure or hostility. It varies in intensity from mild irritation and intense feeling of rage. When in anger, this feeling is accompanied by both biological and physiological changes, these includes – increased heat rate, increased heart rate and palpitations. Try to identify how your body reacts in anger. If one is able to identify this one can keep a check of it in the beginning itself.

Most common ways in which one’s body reacts is –

Clenching of teethes and hands.

Increased breathing rate.

Pounding heart.

Difficulty concentrating.

Headaches.

Burning sensation in eyes.

Anger is of two types – passive anger and aggressive anger. The characteristic symptoms of these two types of anger are –

Passive anger

Giving someone a fake smile or a cold shoulder.

Self blaming for all the actions and deeds.

Emotional blackmailing.

Setting yourself or others for failures etc.

Aggressive anger

Threatening people or bullying them.

Refusing to forgive or forget.

Destructive behavior such as destroying objects, properties or someone’s life.

Indulging into physical violence towards targeted person and others.

Feeling of being extremely powerful, indulging into show off behavior etc.

Anger is caused by either internal or external event. One can get angry on someone or one can get angry because of excessive worries or fears developing inside you because of some or the other problem (personal or professional). Research also shows that people who get easily angered usually comes from disrupted, disorganized families who lack effective communication between family members.

There are three main approaches to dealing with anger that is, expressing – expressing your feeling assertively and in a non-aggressive manner. Anger can be suppressed and then converted and redirected. This conversation and redirection can in external or internal.

In external conversion, you try to hold your anger, avoid it and channelize in other resources which are positive. Internal on the other hand, includes no outward display of anger and the anger is turned inward. Anger which is turned inward can leads to conditions like hypertension, anxiety, depression to name a few. Finally, you can calm down inside. This means controlling your outward behavior but also controlling inward response.

Talking about management, anger can be managed provided proper care is taken.

To start with, learn to acknowledge you have a concern and it needs to be worked out. Acknowledging will lead to trying to find out what triggers your anger. Then, one needs to develop strategies to keep the triggers away over the edge.

So if you are willing to acknowledge that you have trouble controlling yourself and you have managed to identify the triggers (seek professional help, if facing difficulty) start considering the following tips 

1.Time out – Alright, this isn't just for kids – count till 10. Before reacting at any situation, take a time out and count till 10 (no harm repeating it over and over again). Slowing down helps you neutralize your temper. If possible take a break from the person or the situation.

2. Be assertive and express your self - Once your temper is under control, do put across your point in an assertive manner which is non-confrontational. This will help you to express yourself without hurting anyone and at the same time it will be stopping you to keep piling up negative emotions inside you.

3. Channelize your anger - If you frequently get angry and it is uncontrollable that means you are high on energy. Try to channelize the energy in different activities which involve physical excursion such as exercise, jogging swimming, kick boxing (as a sport) etc.

4. Don’t hold grudges – Let go off the negative feeling. If you keeping piling those negative feeling you are inviting discomfort for yourself and not for the targeted person.

5. Meditation – practice mediation. Give 10- 15 minutes for yourself. Sitting crossed legged with closed eyes and just indulging into deep breathing while keeping aside all your thoughts does great wonders.

6. Relaxation - Breathe deeply, from your diaphragm; breathing from your chest won't relax you. Picture your breath coming up from your" gut" slowly repeat a calm word or phrase such as" relax" take it easy" repeat it to yourself while breathing deeply. Use imagery; visualize a relaxing experience, from either your memory or your imagination. Nonstrenuous, slow yoga-like exercises can relax your muscles and make you feel much calmer.

7. Problem solving - Problems are part and parcel of everyone’s life. Life brings forth for you a phase of happiness and a phase of problems. Stand still, don’t give up neither try to avoid your problem or use defenses like anger. Make a plan of your life, make a list of your goals and monitor your progress. Try to resolve your problem and avoid punishing yourself for failures.

8. Increased communication - Talking is the best medicine. If you have concerns or problem with someone then talk it out. Sort out your differences then and there. Seeking means of writing a log or making a journal entry.

9. Humor – Is the key. Indulge into silly humor with people in your surroundings. Avoid being rude or sarcastic in the process of being humorous as you might hurt someone’s feelings.

10. Set boundaries – For people you are surrounded with. Don’t let anyone cross the boundary line or trespassing. This will help you not to let other person touch those sensitive points that causes anger.

When things go beyond your control and when your anger cases problems to self and other don’t hesitate to seek professional help. Professional are there to help you as they act like your guide or coach. They help you to have a better life and help you to stand like a pillar in phase of problem.

Since from last 4 month I am feeling depress Some days in week is very good not feeling depress but some days my moods goes down In that situation I dnt like to do any thing do not feel good. Say like feel good factor is getting very down and start thinking too much negative about Living style and compare my self to negative side Feel fear some time.

MPhil Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
Since from last 4 month I am feeling depress
Some days in week is very good not feeling depress but some days my mood...
What you are experiencing is Depression. A person in Depression usually experiences saddness of mood, diminished interest in any activity, changes in appetite and sleep. You need to consult a Clinical Psychologist in order to start with therapy. Therapy will help you cope up with depression.
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