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Sanjoni Sethi is a mental health professional, a psychologist. She has completed her Master’s Programme in Clinical Psychology (M.Sc Clinical Psychology) from Christ College, Bengaluru & Bachelors in Psychology Hons from Delhi University. Currently, she is an M.Phil Scholar studying Clinical Psychology.
She has worked under a prestigious global banner of Amity. She was employed at Amity International School – Gurgaon as a School Counsellor. She has a strong academic background and rich experience in working with children. She was voluntarily working as a part-time school counsellor at Greenland Public School, Bengaluru during her post-graduation. Sanjoni has learnt to uses empathy as her primary skill with her clients, and values them as a human being. She has interned under Dr. Sameer Malhotra, Psychiatrist, Max Hospital and many others to practice her skills.
Sanjoni shows great interest in research in the area of mental health. She has worked with underprivileged children on topics of emotions and societal influence, and with elderly population on depression. Her research work is published in eminent journals from USA, and UGC approved publishers. She is the recipient of IJRULA award winner as the Best Revolutionist 2018 for her paper “Societal Influence on Emotional Competence”.
There are people around us, who perceive themselves as a burden on their family and friends. They don’t think they’ll ever be a priority to anyone.
I feel lost, isolated, and numb. It’s like a rollercoaster – sad one minute, blank the next minute. And I feel like it’s a curse to be born a woman
This feeling is intolerable and inexpressible. I want it to end. All I want is for this to go away. I want to be the version of myself that was happy.
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