Dr. Bhavna Barmi

Clinical Psychologist and Relationship Therapist

https://happiness.studio/

Dr. Bhavna Barmi is an internationally renowned child and clinical psychologist with over 25 years of practice. Dr. Barmi has worked with over 1 lakh clients, both individuals and families, successfully advising them on personality growth, relationships management, clinical concerns, self-esteem issues.

Her expertise ranges from being a relationship expert, to NLP and hypnotherapy. She is the founder of Happiness Studios-Center for Psychological and Psychiatric Well-Being and the co-founder of PsyCare - A Neuropsychiatry Hospital. Dr Barmi is associated as a senior clinical psychologist with the Fortis Escorts Heart Institute, New Delhi.

Recognising her immense contribution and service, Dr Barmi has been bestowed with many prestigious awards including the Gold Medal Award for Excellence in the field of Psychology, EPA Award (European Psychiatric Association) and Starstell Award for best practices in Psychology.

She is the Associate Editor: The Heart of the Matter, Journal of Prevention and Holistic Management. Dr Barmi also lends her expertise to both print and digital media as a respected expert on psychological consultation.

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Commitment Phobia and Relationship Anxiety

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Apocalypse Anxiety

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How Not Getting Enough Sleep Affects Our Mental Health

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How to Know When It Is Time to End a Relationship

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7 WAYS YOU CAN HELP OTHERS RIGHT NOW

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NOT ALL HEROES WEAR CAPES

by Dr. Bhavna Barmi
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Navigating Relationships//

4 Secrets to Thriving Relationships

by Dr. Bhavna Barmi
The kind neighbour. This illustration depicts how kindness between neighbours has gotten stronger now that we're facing the Covid-19 confinement. The artwork aims to honour the empathy we're feeling for one another. Image created by Fernando Cobelo. Submitted for United Nations Global Call Out To Creatives - help stop the spread of COVID-19. Courtesy Unsplash
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Revisiting the Lost Art of Kindness

by Dr. Bhavna Barmi