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Dr. Rakhi Anand  - Psychologist, Delhi

Dr. Rakhi Anand

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PhD - Clinical Psychology, Diploma in Clinical and Community Psychology, MA -...

Psychologist, Delhi

27 Years Experience  ·  1500 - 1800 at clinic  ·  ₹400 online
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Dr. Rakhi Anand 95% (291 ratings) PhD - Clinical Psychology, Diploma in Clinical and Commun... Psychologist, Delhi
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I believe in health care that is based on a personal commitment to meet patient needs with compassion and care.
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Dr. Rakhi Anand is a renowned psychologist from the capital of India, New Delhi. She has an experience of 26 years in this field of profession. Dr. Rakhi Anand completed her BA in psychology from LD Arts College under Gujarat University in Ahmadabad in the year 1991. She completed her MA in Clinical Psychology from Gujarat University in the year 1993. She passed her Diploma in Clinical and Community Psychology from Gujarat University in the year 1994. Dr. Rakhi Anand completed her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Delhi in the year 2004. Dr. Rakhi Anand says, ?I believe in health care that is based on a personal commitment to assist patients with compassion and attention.? Some of her services are cognitive behavioral therapy or CBT, family counseling, obsessive compulsive disorder or OCD treatment, pre-marital counseling, stress management counseling, adult psychotherapy, mood disorders, depression counseling, personality assessment, anger management and psychotherapy for couples. Dr. Rakhi Anand is an active member of the Delhi Psychiatric Society. To consult with her regarding your psychological problems you can quickly fix an appointment with her online.

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Education
PhD - Clinical Psychology - University Of Delhi - 2004
Diploma in Clinical and Community Psychology - Gujarat University, Ahmadabad - 1994
MA - Clinical Psychology - Gujarat University, Ahmadabad - 1993
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BA - Psychology - LD Arts College,Gujarat University, Ahmadabad - 1991
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Hindi
Punjabi
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Contribute Articles & Expert Columns In Leading Newspapers & Magazines & FM Redio
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Delhi Psychiatric Society
Member of Indian Association of Clinical Psychologists. LAM- 459/18

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I can not concentrate during learning and forget all thing after study. I feel like empty mind after study whole chapter and feel stress on mind I have pain in body and headache everyday.

PhD - Clinical Psychology, Diploma in Clinical and Community Psychology, MA - Clinical Psychology, BA - Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
Hello Lybrate user High stress also affects the attention and memory of the person. Try breathing exercises to relax your mind. Schedule your day and divide study material with enough breaks in between to not take much stress. For more coping strategies try consulting a clinical psychologist for the same. For further guidance you can reach out to me through the Lybrate app.
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I'm 39 yrs. I have suffered by anxiety since 20 yrs. I have been taking alprazolam for anxiety. Any other treatment available for anxiety?

PhD - Clinical Psychology, Diploma in Clinical and Community Psychology, MA - Clinical Psychology, BA - Psychology
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I'm 39 yrs. I have suffered by anxiety since 20 yrs. I have been taking alprazolam for anxiety. Any other treatment a...
Hello Lybrate user Anxiety disorders require combination therapy i.e. Medecines along with psychotherapy. Try consulting a clinical psychologist for regular counselling sessions along with medecines for better management of the symptoms.
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My son is 6 year old and hyperactive kid he is having attention problem please suggest. Without medication can we solve his problem?

PhD - Clinical Psychology, Diploma in Clinical and Community Psychology, MA - Clinical Psychology, BA - Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
Hello Lybrate user Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder can be managed by consulting a clinical psychologist or child psychologist. Tips and techniques would be guided to you on how to manage and effectively deal with the symptoms as parents as well. The child would need one to one guidance and try to engage him in some physical sport atleast 1 hour a day to utilise his energies. For further guidance you can also reach out to me through the Lybrate app.
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I sometimes feel depressed when I see people/friends growing in their career faster than me.

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I sometimes feel depressed when I see people/friends growing in their career faster than me.
Hello Lybrate user Every individual grows depending on their capabilities and also the opportunities they receive in life. One should not compare as it inculcates feeling of low self-worth and further depressive symptoms. Try to look at oneself and plan your future depending on what your capabilities are and look for more opportunities to grow. Discuss and take guidance from your seniors and elders. For better management of the symptoms try consulting a clinical psychologist for regular counselling sessions. You can also reach out to me through the Lybrate app.
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Small negative news is creating huge panic. It is taking days and months to come out. Over thinking on pretty Issues. Thanks.

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Small negative news is creating huge panic. It is taking days and months to come out. Over thinking on pretty Issues....
Hello Lybrate user The symptoms above are indicative of being emotionally sensitive and high negative thinking. These symptoms can be managed by consulting a clinical psychologist for regular counselling sessions. You can also reach out to me through the Lybrate app. Try sharing your thoughts and feelings with someone close and take their guidance.
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Hi sir I think I had a psychological disorder because when I am doing a this like writing a notes in class my mind telling me to do not write this notes this like leav two lines and start from the in my every activity mind speaks to mee I getting soo irritation and while I am walking do not walk in this way I do not know my mind or anything tells mee in ths writing alo my inner character tells me to write spleing mistake so I write in ths manner please tell me a solution I am not able to concentrate on my study.

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Hi sir I think I had a psychological disorder because when I am doing a this like writing a notes in class my mind te...
Hello Lybrate user The above mentioned symptoms are indicative of underlying psychological issue which needs to be evaluated in details for proper diagnosis and treatment. Try consulting a clinical psychologist for the same. Share what you are feelings with a trusted family member so that they can guide you and support you.
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I am suffering from anxiety and don't feel like leaving my house. I done if this is depression or not but I feel really bad by being constantly sad.

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I am suffering from anxiety and don't feel like leaving my house. I done if this is depression or not but I feel real...
Hello Lybrate user The description of the symptoms are insufficient to understand the complete case. It needs to be assessed by a clinical psychologist for proper diagnosis and treatment. Try consulting a clinical psychologist for the same with complete history and description of the problem that you are currently facing. Try talking to someone you trust and share your thoughts and feelings. For any further guidance you can reach out to me through the Lybrate app.
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I am 16 years old male suffering from social anxiety I have intense fear of going to school and I face difficulties in focusing in class and studying at home. I am really depressed because of these things and unable to maintain my marks I am looking for help. please reply if you think you can help me (I live in chowk area of Lucknow)

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I am 16 years old male suffering from social anxiety I have intense fear of going to school and I face difficulties i...
Hello Lybrate user The above mentioned symptoms are indicative of anxiety disorder which needs to be assessed in details for proper diagnosis and treatment. Try deep breathing exercises and meditation to relax your mind. Share your thoughts and feelings with someone close. Try reaching out a clinical psychologist for psychological assessment and further planning of course of treatment.
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Last 30 days Se Me depressed feel kr rha hu. Mere sochne samjhne and yad krny ki shkti b bhut low ho gyi Muje Rat or din nind nhi ati nind ki goli lene pr bhi I don't know muje kia ho gya h. Mind me kuch na kuch thoughts chlte rhty h. Kese roku inhe.

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Last 30 days Se Me depressed feel kr rha hu.
Mere sochne samjhne and yad krny ki shkti b bhut low ho gyi
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Hello Lybrate user The current symptoms that you are experiencing might be indicative of depressive mood disorder due to some underlying personal or any other issue that you might unable to handle and is converted into unhappiness and low mood. However these symptoms need to be evaluated in much details for any further diagnosis and treatment. Try talking to someone close and share your thoughts and feelings with them. Spend time with family and friends. For professional help try consulting a clinical psychologist. For any further guidance you can reach out to me through the Lybrate app.
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5 Tips for a Happier Life

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5 Tips for a Happier Life

1. Surround yourself with positive people and cultivate optimism

It is always said that if people around you are happy and optimistic you in turn feel happy and satisfied. Trusted friends and family members who laugh, joke around and try and maintain an uplifting attitude towards life and e people whom you should associate with. Try and develop a perspective where you see the positive in every situation as much as possible. Start with the basics of understanding the cause of your negative thoughts and then simply work upon them.

2. Exercise and live a healthy life

Everyone knows that regular exercise makes people more confident, happy and glow from within, but do not know the reason behind it? According to science exercises release endorphins which are happy hormones therefore exercising regularly makes you happy. Set simple and small health goals which are achievable, as setting unrealistic goals can cause disappointment. Practice deep breathing and yoga. Relaxing and releasing tension through deep breathing exercises and yoga can help you feel more calm, centered and happier throughout the day .

 

3. Engage in creative activities  

 Creative activities can range from writing.. to painting to cooking or even dancing and singing. When your mind is occupied in doing these tasks your full awareness and concentration is on it and once you accomplish these tasks you will feel good about yourself . Try and involve yourself in activities which energize you and give you sense of achievement and accomplishment . 

4. Pamper yourself

In our very busy and hectic lives we sometime forget to take care of ourselves. Most of us keep on doing everything for others and in turn neglect our needs. So from now onwards take out a few minutes everyday just for yourself. Focus on the positives in the present moment, instead of dwelling on the past or worrying about the future. Accept and love yourself for all your unique talents and gifts yourself a happy life. Spend less time trying to please others and more time to please oneself.

 5. Help others 

Helping others is not always associated with charity or giving someone something materialistic, it can also be the smallest gesture helping a friend for an exam or taking a shift for a colleague who has some problem at home. Donating clothes, helping an orphanage and going to shelter homes can also make you happy and might give your life a purpose. Whatever is in your capacity you should do because helping others in their time of need is the most fulfilling feeling.

BE HAPPY and BE HEALTHY  

 

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