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Ms. Shivani  Misri Sadhoo - Psychologist, East of Kailash

Ms. Shivani Misri Sadhoo

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Post graduate in counselling psychology

Psychologist, East of Kailash

18 Years Experience  ·  2000 at clinic  ·  ₹500 online
Ms. Shivani Misri Sadhoo 88% (50 ratings) Post graduate in counselling psychology Psychologist, East of Kailash
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Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo is the consulting psychologist with Fortis Hospital, IBS (Indian Brain & Spine) Hospital and with Express Clinics. She is an eminent psychologist based in ......more
Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo is the consulting psychologist with Fortis Hospital, IBS (Indian Brain & Spine) Hospital and with Express Clinics. She is an eminent psychologist based in Delhi and a certified Marriage and Relationship counsellor with specialised training and experience in the field of marital problems, relationship difficulties, child and adolescent issues, stress & anxiety. Shivani has done her post-graduation in Counselling Psychology and she regularly attends training workshops on marital counselling, Relationship Counselling CBT and Counselling Skills from VIMHANS and various other reputed hospitals. As a counsellor, Shivani Misri Sadhoo offers her clients a warm, safe, empathetic and a non-judgmental environment where they can express their feelings and emotions. Her sessions aim at helping her clients find a way through any difficulties they may be facing in any sphere of their lives. She had helped youngsters, couples, senior citizens, employees and managers with a variety of concerns ranging from stress related issues, anxiety, self-confidence, work-related matters, marriage and relationship, parenting issues, etc.for some people, she has transformed their relationship and their lives and for others, she has helped them solve a specific problem, and move forward with confidence. Shivani Misri Sadhoo is a consulting psychologist in Express Clinics located in South Delhi, Noida and in Gurgaon. She is also working for a leading NGO, which is a crisis intervention centre for depressed and distressed people. Contact: saarthiforlife@gmail.com +91-8860875040
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Post graduate in counselling psychology
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Eminent Psychologist and Marriage Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo share Tips for Newlyweds on how to Handle In-laws Relationships with Femina Magazine

Read here: https://www.femina.in/relationships/love-sex/tips-on-dealing-with-inlaws-as-a-newlywed-53441.html

 

Relationship Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo Shares Her Psychological Insight on the Viral Hit Wink of Priya Prakash Varrier with Indian Express Newspaper

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Relationship Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo Shares Her Psychological Insight on the Viral Hit Wink of Priya Prakash ...

What’s this song and dance over a wink of Priya Prakash Varrier in 'Oru Adaar Love' ? It’s all in the mind of the audience

Recently, a wink caught the eye of the nation and a teenager was forced to drag the matter to the highest court in the land after a complaint was filed against her over the gesture. Malayalam actress Priya Prakash Varrier became an overnight sensation after a video clip of a song from her upcoming movie Oru Adaar Love, in which she can be seen winking flirtatiously went insanely viral and prompted a tidal wave of memes. However, soon the young star found herself in the eye of the storm, after a section of Muslims lodged FIRs against her and the film-maker for hurting religious sentiments. Some Muslims believe that the song was sung by the Prophet to profess his love for his first wife.So, what is in a wink and how can it offend someone?

According to psychologists, the context and culture of a place must be taken into account before coming to any conclusions on the gesture. “Culturally winking is not taken negatively in the West while it is objectionable in the Middle East,” Dr Shivani Misra Sadhoo, a Delhi-based psychologist told The Sunday Standard.

Speaking of the psychology behind winking, Shivani said that interpretation of the gesture is solely dependent on the situation.“Winking can denote that two people are just having fun. It may also be a sign of two friends communicating. And yes, there also is a flirtatious connotation to it,” she said....

Read here: http://www.newindianexpress.com/thesundaystandard/2018/feb/25/whats-this-song-and-dance-over-a-wink-of--priya-prakash-varrier--in-oru-adaar-love--its-all-in-1778503.html

Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo Becomes Gottman's Level 2 Trained Therapist Representing India

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Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo Becomes Gottman's Level 2 Trained Therapist Representing India

https://gottmanreferralnetwork.com/therapists/shivani-misri-sadhoo

5 Things Happy Couples Do for each other without Being Asked

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5 Things Happy Couples Do for each other without Being Asked

14’Th February is that day of the year when we celebrate our relationships and express our love. But Delhi’s eminent Relationship and Marriage Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo shares that celebrating one Valentine day in a year is not enough. In healthy & blissful relationships, couples don’t wait for a special occasion to show their appreciation. They genuinely enjoy doing nice things for one another “just because” ― they value each other and no prompting is required. 

Today Relationship Expert Shivani Misri Sadhoo shares with us what kinds of things, both big and small, happy couples do for each other without being asked.

1. They make sure they feel connected

Whether it’s a ‘hi’ message or call, happy couples always reach out. They call to say, ‘I’m running late’, or ‘do you need me anything on my way back home?’ These may sound simple text messages but they, in reality, convey that person is thinking about their partner and helps the couples to stay emotionally connected.

2. They never forget to compliment their partner.

Remember happy couples may not be always texting lovey-dovey messages like “you’re the best husband /wife of the word” but they definitely acknowledge each other’s contributions like, “oh you made a fabulous breakfast today”, “I am very impressed by the way you teach the kids”, etc.

Although some couples do well without positive feedback, the majority of people like at least a little bit of verbal appreciation for their contribution and happy couples do maintain that ratio.
 
3. They act generously

Whether moving clothes to the dryer for their partner or watching the same romantic movie again, which their partner loves, highly fulfilled couples tend to maintain great satisfaction from being thoughtful and generous toward their partner rather than scorekeeping.

4. They regularly say ‘thank you.’

No matters what is the duration of their partnership be it one year or half a century of togetherness, happy couples keep their relationship fire alive and burn it bright by regularly noticing their partner’s contributions to their life. People want to be reminded that they are invaluable and secure couples understand that this should be frequent. Acknowledging your partner’s efforts and contributions consistently build an even deeper connection.

5. And never forget to say ‘I love you.’

Generally, after the initial stages of a relationship – couple uses “I love you” mostly on special occasions – Valentine ’s Day, birthdays, anniversaries etc. Sometimes the expression of “I love you” comes from one partner and the other one follows. But in a happy relationship, both partners initiate saying it and they do it when it’s unprompted, unsolicited, and unexpected and when they say “I love you” they mean it from their bottom of their heart. 

Relationship Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo Shares Love Advise With Hindustan Times

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Relationship Counsellor Shivani Misri Sadhoo Shares Love Advise With Hindustan Times

Has your partner suddenly turned taciturn? Here’s expert advice so you can rekindle your bond and understand what goes on in their mind.

Do you sometimes feel that your partner has emotionally shut down? That the communication gap between you two is only growing by the day? This is usually the case when one partner can’t relate with oneself or the relationship anymore, as they are of the belief that the bond has run its course. Does that really mean the end? Here’s what relationship experts Shivani Misri Sadhoo........

HT Article: http://www.hindustantimes.com/sex-and-relationships/how-to-deal-with-a-partner-who-has-suddenly-stopped-communicating/story-4DjvpJZWOkiKo6E2ceueIN.html

4 Divorce-Proof Reasons to get Premarital Counseling

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4 Divorce-Proof Reasons to get Premarital Counseling

The moment a couple decides to get married, a new phase of pre-wedding arrangements start in their and their parent's life - like from planning & arranging the wedding to buying jewellery & clothes to inviting guests and so many other things. Amidst so many pre-wedding happenings in both bride's and the groom's life, is it advisable for couples to go for a premarital counselling before they wed? Is it worth the time and investment for pre-marriage counselling?

Talking about these matters today relationship expert and marriage therapist Shivani Misri Sadhoo shares three primary reasons for couples to go for pre-marriage counselling.

1.  Gain insight

Pre-marriage counselling help couples to address hot issues before they arise under their marital environment. And the relationship expert assists the couple by helping them discover what their partner believes about the issue so that they both come to an understanding and mental settlement rather than discovering those hot issues as surprises and react abruptly – that generally weakens the base of the marriage.

Plus premarital counselling also addresses the main issues that are currently affecting a couple’s relationship. Little problems can turn into major arguments if they are given a chance to fester. Counseling can help couples work through any negative emotions before they turn into something bigger.

2.  Effective Communication

One of the most important aspects of any marriage is effective communication. When a couple stops caring and stops talking to one another, the marriage eventually falls apart. Premarital counselling can help would be wed couple to learn how to be a good listener and improve their understanding, so they know what the other person wants and needs.

When you live with someone day after day, we start taking easy other for granted but, by keeping an open communication channel and expressing love, you build a relationship that can withstand the test of time. Individual therapy helps couples learn to talk to one another and express feelings in a way that doesn't damage the relationship. Couples can learn to hold conversations when it’s appropriate and learn how to speak effectively.

3.  Discover Something New

Premarital therapy sessions offer couples the opportunity to discuss things that do not come up in normal conversations, such as hurtful past experiences, sexual expectations, financial management etc. Too often, people assume that they know their spouses well, but they may not know how to state their needs positively and neutrally.

4.  Divorce Prevention

One of the most important reasons to seek premarital counseling is to prevent divorce. Studies show that couples who attend counseling sessions are 30% less likely to entertain the notion than those who do not. This lowers the risk of divorce to around 20%, which is why premarital counseling is gradually becoming essential for many western couples.

Premarital counseling helps couples to increase their likelihood of happiness because they are able to identify their fears, values, beliefs, needs, and desires and learn how to communicate them to their partner. Many couples cite the reasons for divorce as infidelity or financial issues when in reality may not be the actual reason.The major cause of a marriage breakdown could lack communication. Premarital counseling helps empower couples with the tools they need to build trust for one another and the techniques they can adapt to support each other. Counseling also helps ensure an 80 % success rate, which can give you an advantage over those who decide to go into marriage without help. With these statistics, it’s hard to see why someone would choose not to seek counseling before deciding to take that big step.

Shivani Miri Sadhoo shares the Art of Complaining with Hindustan Times

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Shivani Miri Sadhoo shares the Art of Complaining with Hindustan Times

Relationship Expert & Marriage Therapist Shivani Miri Sadhoo sharing her views with Hindustan Times on how to share your concerns with your partner without sounding critical.

 

 

 

How To Navigate An Emotional Divorce?

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By definition, divorce is ‘the legal dissolution of a marriage by a court or other competent body’. It involves tedious paperwork, separation of finances and assets. However, divorce is just a formality as it’s preceded by an emotional divorce, which does the actual damage. According to the internet, emotional divorce can be defined as a psychological defence mechanism employed by the partner, who feels that their existing marriage is a threat to their well being. The subjected partner tends to withdraw his/her emotions from the marriage to protect oneself. According to experts, Shivani Misri Sadhoo, psychologist and marriage counselor, the partner that initiates the emotional divorce, is the ‘walk- away’ spouse and the partner that gets emotionally divorced, is the ‘left- behind’ spouse.

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