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Dr. Amrita Chakraborty  - Psychologist, Kolkata

Dr. Amrita Chakraborty

Bachelor in Arts(Psychology Hons.), Masters in Psychology, Diploma course in ...

Psychologist, Kolkata

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Hello and thank you for visiting my Lybrate profile! I want to let you know that here at my office my staff and I will do our best to make you comfortable. I strongly believe in ethics; a......more
Hello and thank you for visiting my Lybrate profile! I want to let you know that here at my office my staff and I will do our best to make you comfortable. I strongly believe in ethics; as a health provider being ethical is not just a remembered value, but a strongly observed one.
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Dr. Amrita Chakraborty is a renowned Psychologist in 24 Parganas, Kolkata. She has been a practicing Psychologist for 20 years. She has completed Bachelor in Arts(Psychology Hons.), Masters in Psychology, Diploma course in Counselling . She is currently associated with south city in 24 Parganas, Kolkata. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Amrita Chakraborty on Lybrate.com.

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Education
Bachelor in Arts(Psychology Hons.) - Gokhale College - 1998
Masters in Psychology - Rajabazar Science College - 2000
Diploma course in Counselling - LASWEB - 2001
Languages spoken
English
Hindi

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I was an drug addicted since two years. But I totally detox before two months without any medication but now I feel like depressed please help me out of it. And I feel my brain is going slows down.

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Hi, I am 19 years old and I have problem of not sleeping well, I stay up at night and there are many thoughts that come in my mind all night. What should I do to be calm. There is also a lot of frustration and anger in me.

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I want to forget someone. The more I want to forget, the more I get close to her. But this is harming my life. How do I get rid of her in my dreams and in real lyf?

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1.Give yourself time and understand that this too shall pass. These words might be difficult for you to swallow, and maybe even sound insensitive. Breaking up is tough, even if you're the one that left the relationship. But it's important to acknowledge that life goes on and that the pain you are feeling is a natural part of the human heartbreak and the healing process. • Each person takes a different amount of time to process strong emotions. Respect the time you may need to process this emotional change. • Though healing is an individual process, some studies assert it may take you up to 11 weeks before you finally feel free of the potent emotions associated with your romance. 2.Start a new project or take up a hobby. Even if you aren't particularly talented at it, the distraction provided by something new will help you turn your thoughts from your ex. Now that you're out of that relationship, it's time for you to rediscover what makes you happy and do it. • Exercise and enjoy associated mood boosting benefits. • Use art as therapy, which may be especially helpful if you are still uncomfortable expressing your feelings in words. • Raise a pet or plant, as having a living thing depend on you can lessen your feelings of depression. 3.Learn to distinguish between the imagined and the actual. Sometimes, post breakup, it can be easy for you to only think of your past lover in a way that is more perfect than is possible. Try to identify where you've allowed yourself to believe something unrealistic, like when you tell yourself that you'll never find love again. • Think about your ex in terms of the positive, past tense feelings you used to have. Separating what was from what is can change your negative feelings for the better. 4.Hold no resentment. Despite everything that's happened, bring yourself to truly forgive your ex. If possible, go up to the person and tell him/her that you have been deeply hurt, but you forgive them for any negatives, both those perceived and real. This will help you to let go, and relieve you from the cycle of negative emotions so common in breakups. 5.Use your logic to beat the blues. If your ex wasn't the best partner, getting over the breakup should be easier. Even though you might be hesitant to tarnish the good memories you hold precious, it can help you to focus on the healthier place you are in. In what ways can you now grow now that you are out of your relationship? Looking toward these can go a long way toward helping you feel better. • In the event you ex is genuinely a good person, be happy that you had the opportunity to meet. Remember that everyone that comes into our lives can be a potential teacher. 6.Keep the faith. It's easy to become bitter or fall into negative patterns, but remember, that will not make you happier. Allowing yourself to feel your feelings does not mean becoming a slave to them. Reexamine your personal philosophy. Are you the sort of person who gives in to negativity? Will you allow your ex to exert this emotional control over you even after your breakup? Recognize your own emotional responsibility in the matter; you won't be able to blame your ex for your heartbreak forever.
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Thnk you doc fr your reply. Its relieved my stress somewhat. But make me clear wht kind of details you require further.

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Thnk you doc fr your reply. Its relieved my stress somewhat. But make me clear wht kind of details you require further.
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How to die without pain or easiest way to die. Don't wan to live. Any medicines for killing myself? Without wisdom how can I live?

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Hi Lybrate user you can live your life happily by accepting yourself, by believing yourself. Accept yourself as you are, you are a lot more than you think you are. Never lose hope and never give up. Just try to identify your strengths. Make a list of all the hardship you've overcome, all the goals you've accomplished, all the lives you've touched for the better. Keep it close and review it frequently. Spend some time with your hobbies. Just believe in yourself, have faith in your abilities. Thanks.
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I am 20 male. When ever I am in stress for example have project submission date or an exam, I get an headache on the left upper side or right upper side of my head but not both. This has started recently. I was wondering if that's okay or if I should get tested.

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I have been taking medication for anxiety, but recently I switched doctor ,He has suggested medication which is used for schizophrenia. Though initially I felt better, but now I am getting scared of medication as schizophrenia tablets doesn't go off easily. Also Whenever I visit doctor, I am not able to talk about my problems as I get sudden mood changes. Feeling helpless, please guide.

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Hello im 26 female im mentally stress lot and sometimes I do not know what im doing next day someone says only I realise that time im not speaking with anyone im so confused I need help.

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Treatment for allergic bronchitis. Having stroke of coughing occasionally with white sputum .sometimes it is too powerful that I vomit. I am not asthmatic.

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I am studying in 12 class. I am not able to concentrate on my study. I always have a strong feeling to masturbate. But I want to concentrate on my study. Please help me.

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