Shrradha Sidhwani

(CRR-51358) Psychologist & Psychotherapist, Associate Fellow & Supervisor of AEI Institute (USA)

After completing her studies in psychology from the University of Melbourne, Shrradha had a strong desire to return to her country and work in the neglected mental health field. She has conducted workshops and training courses across schools, colleges and corporate organisations for students, teachers, counselors and physicians. Her areas of expertise include marital counseling, parenting, handling children for behavioral, emotional and social issues. She has been formally trained in Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT) from the Albert Ellis Institute, New York and uses this therapy to deal with anger disorders, anxiety, phobias, depression and marital discord.

Additionally, she has also been certified as one of India’s first Tobacco Trained Specialist (TTS) from Mayo Clinic, USA training counselors for tobacco cessation in hospitals and schools along with Life-First and Salaam Bombay Foundation.

As a certified Clinical Psychologist from the Rehabilitation Council of India (A51358) and a Single Session Therapist, the coaching and commitment of giving back to society and to the field of mental health continues. 
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Resolutions For 2021: Reset- Rewire, Gratitude- Attitude

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What Does Motivation Look Like in a Pandemic?

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The Lessons of Life

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Care, Connect, Cure

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Why You Should REST When the Going Gets Tough

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Hone the 5 As of Crisis Management

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People look for retreats for themselves, in the country, by the coast, or in the hills . . . There is nowhere that a person can find a more peaceful and trouble-free retreat than in his own mind. . . . So constantly give yourself this retreat, and renew yourself.

- Marcus Aurelius

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