The Mood Space is an e-counseling platform to deliver support for individuals dealing with stress, anxiety, depression and other mental health related concerns. Our services enable you to seek help in a confidential and convenient way via phone and video sessions.
I remember my last day before this lockdown struck us, I was in Mumbai with my friends – our exams had gotten canceled due to the occurrence of COVID-19 but things didn’t seem THAT serious back then. We went out for a drink to our favorite place and little did we know that that would be our last time together for a while. I remember the day the “lockdown” was officially announced, it was 22nd March 2020 – honestly my first reaction was just a rush of emotions. I was an extrem
Mental health in India is still surrounded with stigma and lack of awareness along with limited access to professional help which does little to dispel or end the same. It led me to think around the idea of how the need of the hour was to sensitize and educate individuals globally about the signs and symptoms while normalizing the idea of seeking support for themselves and their loved ones – this led me to pursue a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. Back in the 1960s, there was
The Coronavirus pandemic has made it essential for all of us to stay quarantined and take necessary precautions such as social distancing. Social distancing has deprived us of ‘in-person’ interactions from our close ones, too. In difficult times like these, it is normal for us to feel fearful, isolated, panicky, disturbed and overwhelmed. Social distancing, if not handled carefully, can blow-back on us as social isolation. These feelings, if not dealt with, can force us to go
With the news of the coronavirus pandemic, a lot of us have been worried about our own health, as well as that of our loved ones. Various stories, information, news and the reported effects of the virus have become more alarming with time. Experiencing relatively intense emotions, fear and anxiety during the current pandemic can be overwhelming for some and it is completely normal to feel that way. Coping with these feelings can take a toll on your mental health but we need