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Dr. Meeta Sharma - Psychologist, Delhi

Dr. Meeta Sharma

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M.Sc- Psychology, Masters In Clinical Psychology, M.Sc Counselling Psychology

Psychologist, Delhi

9 Years Experience  ·  2500 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
Dr. Meeta Sharma 92% (92 ratings) M.Sc- Psychology, Masters In Clinical Psychology, M.Sc Co... Psychologist, Delhi
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When and Why Is Psychology Good For Us?

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Hi, my name is Dr Meeta Sharma and I am a Psychologist, hypnotherapist and a holistic healing. To...

Hi, my name is Dr Meeta Sharma and I am a Psychologist, hypnotherapist and a holistic healing. Today I am going to speak to you about Energy Psychology and Energy Medicines. I have expertise in these two areas.

Energy Psychology and Energy Medicines are basically two believes that are western and eastern combined. Combining western practices of medicines and eastern philosophy and practice.

It is relatable by understanding the power of sub conscious mind and the unconscious mind. Combining those belives with the Indian tradition believes of CHakras, Energy centres and the Aura.

What I practice with the session or what I do with the patient is that I work from the inside out. I help the patient understand that the mind, the body, the soul spirit and the heart, all need healing. IN my sessions, I combine the inner work with the outer work.

If you would like to book a session like this, you are welcome to visit my clinic through Lybrate.

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To provide my patients with the highest quality healthcare, I'm dedicated to the newest advancements and keep up-to-date with the latest health care technologies....more
To provide my patients with the highest quality healthcare, I'm dedicated to the newest advancements and keep up-to-date with the latest health care technologies.
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Dr. Meeta Sharma is a popular Psychologist in Defence Colony, Delhi. She has been a successful Psychologist for the last 11 years. She has completed M.Sc- psychology, Masters in Clinical Psychology. She is currently practising at Infinitum in Defence Colony, Delhi. Book an appointment online with Dr. Meeta Sharma on Lybrate.com.

Lybrate.com has an excellent community of Psychologists in India. You will find Psychologists with more than 35 years of experience on Lybrate.com. Find the best Psychologists online in Delhi. View the profile of medical specialists and their reviews from other patients to make an informed decision.

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Education
M.Sc- Psychology - University of Stirling - 2016
Masters In Clinical Psychology - Ignou - 2013
M.Sc Counselling Psychology - Ignou - 2009
Past Experience
Counsellor at 2014 - 2015 Fortis Escorts
Counsellor at 2011 - 2014 The Clinic, South City Polyclinic
Psychologist at 2006 - 2017 Infinitum
Languages spoken
English
Awards and Recognitions
M.Sc Psychology
Professional Memberships
Indian Board of Alternative Medicine
British Psychological Society BPS
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Why Saying No Is Important For A Healthy Life?

M.Sc- Psychology, Masters In Clinical Psychology, M.Sc Counselling Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
Why Saying No Is Important For A Healthy Life?

The very simple two letter word No appears to be in my professional (and sometimes personal experience) a rather tough word to formulate. On the surface of it, it seems to be simple and straightforward. However, in reality, it can be very hard to say. As humans, we are constantly trying to seek validation and acceptance from our peers and society in general. Which is why people a lot many times agree to things that they do not want to do. This can in part be due to the inability to disappoint someone they love and care about. It is also easier to not say no as it helps us maintain connections with people. Even though the end result could overburden us.

The repercussions of this absence of disagreement is critical. By over-committing ourselves, we are actually consuming the majority of our positive energy and using it somewhere where we might not want to. This takes away from our own goals and needs. It leaves us tired and we greet each day like it is simply one more battle or hurdle to cross. We also give up our own basic needs for space, stillness, relaxation and imagination and are bound to our committed state.

To avoid this, we must first acknowledge our own needs and priorities for both mental and physical well-being and joy. For this, one may have to know when saying "yes" will fulfill your requirement for rest, relaxation or self-awareness. When we do this, the unfounded dread of not being socially acceptable for saying "no" gradually dissipates.

Here are three reasons why saying "no" can prove to be beneficial:

  1. You will have more 'Me' time: The extra time made by saying "no" will, at any rate, prevent that forced clock from ticking. It will make you feel like you are in- charge of your own time and destiny. This can truly lighten up your mood, lift your anxiety and bolster your health. Rather than saying yes to going out for lunch or a party that you feel obligated to go to, but might not want to, simply practicing the art of saying no. You will automatically feel happier when you are sitting at home, relaxing rather than forcefully socializing. 
  2. You will not regret: At first, you may be reluctant to say"no" because of a self- created fear of passing up a major opportunity or the fear of missing out. As a general rule, nonetheless, in case that you need to say"no," odds are you have much better explanations for you not being there. If you do go for it, you might regret it afterwards thinking that you could have done something better with your time rather than having completely wasted it. 
  3. You & your friends will respect you for it: No one wants to be taken for granted. However, in case you continue saying "yes" to each demand or supposed opportunity that doesn't resonate with you, it will be how individuals will come to see you and behave towards you, as too available. The more you say "yes," the more individuals will generally expect things of you. So, try saying no when you mean no instead of saying yes just to please someone else. They will respect you for it.

Personal boundaries and personal space are very important and we owe it to ourselves to say no to other's demands on our time & energy. It's part of self- love & care. 

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Meditation And Mind

M.Sc- psychology, Masters in Clinical Psychology, M.Sc Counselling Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
Meditation And Mind

You mind is your friend, nurture this friendship with meditation. When your meditate, your thoughts become your own and you are no longer controlled by them. Eventually your mind becomes thoughtless and you are set gree. Happy meditating.

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Breathe

M.Sc- psychology, Masters in Clinical Psychology, M.Sc Counselling Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
Breathe

Our breath is very powerful. It is our “pran”, it is the essence of our existence, it also happens to be our connection to the divine. Our breath is a very powerful tool and we can tap into it every second, every minute of our existence. When youre feeling anxious, unhappy, upset, irritated or just plain negative with a multitude of thoughts going through your mind, remember to breathe. In through your nose and out through your mouth. Just relax and let your shoulders fall and continue the breathing till you are completely relaxed in the mind, body, heart and soul. Now just remain with your breath. Do this as many times as you like each day and see how everything changes for you.

Importance of Psychology

M.Sc- psychology, Masters in Clinical Psychology, M.Sc Counselling Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
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How To Work Through Times Of Stress Leading To Feelings Of Frustration - 4 Simple & Effective Steps

M.Sc- Psychology, Masters In Clinical Psychology, M.Sc Counselling Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
How To Work Through Times Of Stress Leading To Feelings Of Frustration - 4 Simple & Effective Steps

In today’s day & age where stress is high, feelings of frustration can emerge. It is our perception that can change our current negative situation into a healthy & positive one. Another way of perceiving these feelings of frustration can be by looking at them as an opportunity to push ourselves to go that little extra mile until we achieve our objective. However, there are times when we all can go around in circles; and being in this space can be quite upsetting and lead to feelings of dissatisfaction, frustration and can even cloud our mind and judgment.

To ensure that this stage is not reached, here are a few simple steps one can approach these feelings of frustration with and eventually overcome them:

  1. Be present in the now: When one feels frustrated, we have a tendency to overthink and that too about many different things. It may momentarily occupy our mind but not in a constructive manner. We have a tendency to dissect all the past events in our minds and psychoanalyze ourselves, others & all situations related to the event or even remotely resembling it. The best thing to do at this point is to bring yourself back into the present moment, by calming yourself, center your thoughts on what is presently going on around you. You can do so in the following ways:
  2. Relax into the now: Find a space to sit comfortably, close your eyes and simply concentrate on the live events happening in your environment around you for a minute or two. Take a nice deep breathe, inhale and exhale, in through your nose and out through your mouth, very good, continue... Become aware of all that is happening around you at present- The sun shining in the sky above you, the children playing out in the garden, the vehicles or the individuals passing by. Take in all the details. Relax into this space, in the now. 
  3. Be happy & grateful for what you have at present: Make a list of all that you have in your life that make you happy, joyous or even just comfortable. Things that we sometimes take for granted. Be grateful and happy as you make this list, this is all that is positive and good in our life, smile... It's real!! A few examples are:- 
    • A warm home and a roof over your head 
    • Clean drinking water 
    • Clean, nutritious, healthy food
    • Access to the internet and other forms of technology that make life easy 
    • Your loved ones 
  4. The point of power is in the present moment: Sometimes anger, stress and feelings of frustration can block out all that truly matters, all that is positive & good in our lives, even when it is right in front of us. It is important and very beneficial to remember that the point of power is in the Now! The present moment is when you pen down your thoughts, try to trace the root cause of your negative emotions, of the feelings of frustration. When you know the root of the problem, finding a solution becomes easy. List out possible solutions and create an action plan. Take back your power!

Take this time to relax, breathe, unwind and introspect. When you feel that you are better and ready to roll, get back up on your feet again & shine!

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Sir mam please help me I have stress for 3 6-7 days due to study and when today I wake up in morning I have fatigue lack of concentration and remember things please help me if these are stress symptoms how can I beat them as early as possible and how much time it takes Any veg natural food like walnut almond etc.

M.Sc- psychology, Masters in Clinical Psychology, M.Sc Counselling Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
Sir mam please help me I have stress for 3 6-7 days due to study and when today I wake up in morning I have fatigue l...
Hi lybrate-user, Stress and anxiety are common when faced with pressure. I would suggest that you first start deep breathing, this will release all undue fears in your mind. Next, get sone sunshine and physical exercise, this will help with your mind, concentration etc. Also eating fresh fruits, vegetables and fresh juices combined with almonds, walnuts etc will help supplement your dietary requirements. Take care of any food allergies that you May have. I hope you feel better soon. You can contact me here for further help. Good luck with your exams.
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Hi I am 25 years old. Dis days I am totally into depression. Reason is that I have been through 4 relationships before but they dint work out for different reasons. Even I have been physically with dem bt the only thing is I dint have sex still with any of dem before. Now it's like I go on thinking dat no one will marry me. I am a loser. And I am not perfect for anyone. I have lost my life totally. I have give up totally. Can't handle wats going with me anymore. I just go on thinking n cry. I don't feel like doing anything. Sumtyms I think n get too angry n remove my whole anger at parents too. I think things won't get btr anymore. Pls help me.

M.Sc- psychology, Masters in Clinical Psychology, M.Sc Counselling Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
Hi I am 25 years old. Dis days I am totally into depression. Reason is that I have been through 4 relationships befor...
Dear lybrate-user, Break ups are part of life, getting your heart broken is not easy I can understand but time is a big healer. I want you to know that you were not responsible for the break ups so don’t blame yourself. You cannot change the past, you can however create a beautiful future for yourself. Someone who is worthy of you will find you and love again. You just need to gather yourself, find yourself again. Firstly, get out of bed, shower, eat and get into a routine again. Make a list of all the things that you like to do that make you happy, meeting friends, painting, dancing, music etc. Get out of the house, you must get some exercise- yoga, waking, gym. I would suggest Counselling and speaking with someone. Hope you feel better soon.
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I am 35 years old. Since last 20 years I am suffering from depression, anxiety,panic attacks. Lost career. Relationships.everything. Tried many treatments, no one suggested me to see psychiatrist. After divorce have been sexually harassed by so many people, everyone approaching me just for sex, when I refuse they abuse me verbally. Most of them are my school friends, people I knew for many years. Because I am divorcee, and I am so much emotionally and mentally disturb they are trying to take advantage of my situation. I have blocked everyone. I have stopped receiving calls. I have stopped going out. I am so afraid to go out as I can not handle this sexual harassment anymore. I am rape victim. I do not know how I am going to spend rest of my life. There is any way that I can live normal life ever again.

M.Sc- psychology, Masters in Clinical Psychology, M.Sc Counselling Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
I am 35 years old. Since last 20 years I am suffering from depression, anxiety,panic attacks. Lost career. Relationsh...
Dear lybrate-user, Am so sorry to hear about what all you have been through, I am sure it has not been easy but you're a tough woman! I want you to understand that you are not alone and there is help available for you. The depression, panic, anxiety and all other symptoms and life situations have their root in the trauma you have faced, this includes the sexual harassment. I understand why you have isolated yourself but this will lead to loneliness. I want you to know that you're a strong woman and you can change your life situation. You just need to stay strong and focus your mind towards a better future. I strongly recommend clinical hypnotherapy to help you with your fears and anxiety and for the trauma, counselling with a good psychologist or counsellor. In the mean time, Pls start rebuilding your life again, start by stepping out of the house, going for long walks to clear your mind and practising some yoga and meditation. In am available to help you here as well. Hope you feel better soon.
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I am suffering from some sort of depression and anxiety. I always try to meet and talk new people but whenever I come across with new pals I feels some sort of anxiety while in conversation my heart rate goes high something like I am giving an interviews. This things get me into depression. I am not a people person this makes me more introvert. I sometime keep on thinking about this and it makes me feels dull n disappointed. I am trying this to overcome this but nothing is going good.in recent months this seclusion makes me to talk with myself .something like talking with me in brain. This is one of the real trouble.

M.Sc- psychology, Masters in Clinical Psychology, M.Sc Counselling Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
I am suffering from some sort of depression and anxiety. I always try to meet and talk new people but whenever I come...
Hi, I can understand how you feel. What you are expecting sounds like social anxiety though you would need a formal diagnosis from a psychiatrist. When you are socially anxious, you don't feel comfortable in the company of people and social social situations can become uncomfortable. This is possibly what is making you aloof and lonely. If you are an introvert then that also can be part of the reason for the lack of connection with people. I would suggest that you try some hypnotherapy for this. Also, writing down how you feel in a daily journal or diary will really help. Having a conversation with yourself in your mind is just a by product of all the thoughts you have, the anxiety you feel, this is also part of the social anxiety bit. Pls try some deep breathing and consulting a counsellor or psychologist. You can connect with me as well. Hope you feel better soon.
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I am feeling depressed and alone all time. I am noy finding any pleasure in any work nor in studies. And also when I attend my college I too get frustrated, I done want to talk with any one there. I just want to relax myself now, now here is lot of burden of studies, and I seriously done want to cover that right now. I just want some break. please help out.

M.Sc- psychology, Masters in Clinical Psychology, M.Sc Counselling Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
I am feeling depressed and alone all time. I am noy finding any pleasure in any work nor in studies. And also when I ...
Dear lybrate-user, Take a nice big deep breath, clear your mind. You have a lot of thoughts going on in your mind right now. There are a lot of things you are feeling, write them down one by one, you're feeling depressed, alone, unhappy, frustrated etc. All this is leading to lack of concentration. I would suggest that you try to seek help from a counsellor and practise some deep breathing. A good run should also clear your head. Talking with someone who is unbiased will help to find answers that are simple and can help your current situation. Let me know if I can help in any way. Good luck.
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