CategoryPsychotherapy and Mental Health

How to Take a Mental Health Day Most people experience stress, anxiety, depression, and other negative mental health effects to some degree. At the very least, we all know stress, whether from our job, home life, relationships, or other life factors. While lower levels of stress may be manageable, increased stress levels can lead to...
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How Child Psychology is Different to Adult Psychology Psychology is a broad term and as such a psychologist, once they have completed standard qualifications, will often specialize in certain topics or areas. Child psychology is one specialist area and is considered separate from psychologists dealing with adults. Child psychology and the concept of ‘the child’...
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Psychotherapy: Why it’s done and the types Psychotherapy is a general term for treating mental health problems by talking with a psychiatrist, psychologist or other mental health provider. During psychotherapy, you learn about your condition and your moods, feelings, thoughts and behaviors. Psychotherapy helps you learn how to take control of your life and respond...
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Mental Health for Adults Your feelings are valid. Mind Institute is here to take the journey with you to a healthy mindset. You do not have to struggle in silence. Mind institute Qatar is a special needs center with a multidisciplinary team of clinicians. We have an amazing team of Psychologists ready to help you. Please learn...
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Bullying Meaning and How to Deal with? What is Bullying Meaning ? It is a distinctive pattern of harming and humiliating others, specifically those who are in some way smaller, weaker, younger or in any way more vulnerable than the bully. Bullying meaning also is a deliberate attempt to cause harm to others of lesser...
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Activities for Treating Anxiety in Children Creating artwork can be both relaxing, and therapeutic. Invite children to paint/draw designs or pictures of things that make them happy or calm. This can be accomplished during a school-based therapy session, and/or you can encourage children to engage in artistic activity at home. Children who are engrossed in...
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DEPRESSION IN ADOLESCENCE We all go through situations when we say we are “depressed.” What most mean by that is that they have felt sad. Persistent sadness is just one symptom of what we call, “Clinical Depression.” In adolescence, this symptom is often accompanied by irritability. Apart from these, the following are other symptoms of...
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Let’s work together to prevent suicide October 10, is World Mental Health Day.  A day dedicated to raising awareness and improving the mental well-being of people around the world. Hence, the theme for this year to Prevent Suicide. According to the International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) 2019 statistics, over 800,000 people die by suicide...
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A Brief Introduction to the 5-Point Anxiety Scale: A Behaviorist Perspective What is the 5-Point Anxiety Scale? The 5-point anxiety scale was first described by Kari Dunn Buron and Mitzi Curtis (2003) and was developed to help bring awareness to different emotional stages in the most simplistic form. At each stage, it helps a child...
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Mind Institute Qatar Mental Health Services. Psychotherapy  Hugs over Drugs: How our society’s over prescribing affects our children. In a recent article Generation Adderall by Casey Schwartz in The New York Times Magazine.  Schwartz painfully recounts her experience as an Adderall addict going from an anxious teenager to a high performing Brown University student to a freelance...
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