Credentials : An M.Sc. in Clinical Psychology graduate from Christ university, one of the most premier clinical psychology institutes in India, Yoshita has benchmarked a top 10% rank throughout her academia and brings with her hands on experience in dealing with a varied population ranging from young adults to geriatrics. She uses an eclectic approach tailored to the needs of her individual clients. She is also equipped with a rich experience of treating mood, anxiety and stress, substance use and psychotic disorders amongst others and is well trained in personality, intelligence, neuropsychological and aptitude testing. Yoshita is currently in the process of being certified in the application of Eastern Psychology techniques from the Buddhist school of thought. She is open to engaging with clients from all spheres with the sole intent of equipping them with a potent and reliable skill set to face problems head-on.
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About The Smile Again Foundation
Everyone deserves to be happy, but not everyone gets to be happy. There are factors, both internal and external that affect us and before we know it, we are no longer the same again. Some of us suffer from depression owing to the events that had happened in our lives. Be it long-term unemployment, long-term isolation, living in an abusive or uncaring relationship or loneliness or prolonged work stress - all these are more likely to cause depression than recent life stresses.
While the causes mentioned above are no doubt some of the reasons for depression, it has also been found that depression can also be caused by family history, personality, serious medical illness or drug and alcohol abuse.
But most of us until recently, never thought of depression as a disease. We were always having the impression of it as just being a bad day or a bad mood which was expected to get better in a few hours. But in reality, depression is a disease. A disease that has an effect on the brain and leaves us with days and months of depression unless it is treated.
The WHO had reported in 2015 that in India alone, more than fifty million people suffer from depression. This number is increasing year after year and unless we take the right steps in identifying and solving the problem, it may turn into a herculean task that might get to big to solve. In addition to this, there is the problem of accessibility to good psychologists in India for people of smaller towns and villages. The Smile Again Foundation in association with BeamitLive is trying to solve this problem to bring quality psychologists to people no matter where they live.
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