About Sareeta Behera, BSc (Hons), MSc

I am a member of National Positive Psychology Association, National Association of Psychologists, a researcher and a trained therapist in Clinical Psychology (Bachelor of Science, Hons, in Psychology and Masters degree in Clinical Psychology), having more than 10 years of professional experience in the area. My professional training and experience in the field of mental health has enabled me to create marvels and fruitful treatment interventions in different mental health problems like anxiety, depression, stress, sleep disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, relationship issues, addiction treatment, panic attacks, phobias, behavioral problems, adolescent problems and so on. Post Graduation: Masters in Clinical Psychology. Graduation: B.A in Psychology (Honours). Psycho-Pharmacology under John D. Preston (US). Memberships: National Positive Psychology Association (NPPA) and National Association of Psychologists (NAOP)

Healthy Habits to Manage Weight

By |2017-03-15T18:57:57+02:00September 2nd, 2014|Categories: Everyday tips, Weight Loss|

No one wants to look plumpy or too skinny, right? We all want to look just fab!!! The word that is trending today is “healthy look”. But, how does one manage to stay healthy and look perfect? I think this question must have puzzled your mind too. Weight management is an art. If you have [...]

Online Treatment of Emetophobia – The Intense Fear of Vomiting

By |2023-08-31T22:41:06+02:00September 1st, 2014|Categories: Anxiety, Mental Health, Phobia, Treatment|

Have you seen someone extremely afraid of vomiting, sickness or feeling nauseated every time? The intense fear of vomiting, fear of throwing up in public, feeling pukish under stressful and anxiety-provoking conditions… is known as emetophobia. It is derived from the amalgamation of two Greek words, viz. εμετός or emesis meaning to vomit and [...]

The Healing Power of Flowers

By |2014-08-21T09:13:18+02:00August 31st, 2014|Categories: Alternative Therapy, Everyday tips|

“The earth laughs in flowers.” - Ralph Waldo Emerson Fragrance and beauty of flowers tend to captivate everyone’s heart and soul. Whether you gift it to your beloved, tie it in your hairs, gift someone lying ill, decorate your home with them, or use as a medium of offering your heart’s cherished prayers… Flowers tend [...]

Special Children and Their World

By |2014-08-21T09:13:01+02:00August 30th, 2014|Categories: Parenting|

“I am not odd, I am just different”… These were the lines spoken by the protagonist in one of the films that we were shown in our clinical internship. The central character was playing the role of an autistic individual. Though it was just a movie, but the problems and issues that were shown in [...]

Public Speaking Made Easy – Do’s and Don’ts

By |2017-03-15T18:38:11+02:00August 29th, 2014|Categories: Personal development, Speech Anxiety|

“There are three things to aim at in public speaking: first, to get into your subject, then to get your subject into yourself, and lastly to get your subject into the heart of your audience.” - Alexander Gregg But, how is it possible? Public speaking is one of the worst fears that people face other [...]

Are You Suffering from SAD – Seasonal Affective Disorder?

By |2017-03-15T18:38:33+02:00August 28th, 2014|Categories: Anxiety, Mental Health|

Do you experience depression pangs only during summer or winter? Do you find your mood to be fluctuating only during the winter and summer months? If yes, then it may be due to SAD or Seasonal Affective Disorder. Seasonal Affective Disorder is also known as winter depression or winter blues; or summer depression or summer [...]

HIV/AIDS Effects on Mental Health: Depression and Anxiety

By |2017-03-15T19:03:54+02:00August 27th, 2014|Categories: Anxiety, Depression, Mental Health|

“We live in a completely interdependent world which simply means we cannot escape each other. How we respond to AIDS depends, in part, on whether we understand this interdependence. It is not someone else’s problem. This is everybody’s problem.” - Bill Clinton HIV/AIDS… What is the first thought that comes to your mind when you [...]

Body Language: Says Everything Known and Unknown

By |2018-08-29T16:39:23+02:00August 26th, 2014|Categories: Everyday tips, Mental Health, Personal development|

"Body language is a very powerful tool. We had body language before we had speech, and apparently, 80% of what you understand in a conversation is read through the body, not the words." - Deborah Bull Body language, as the name suggests is the way through which you tend to non-verbally communicate. Even if you [...]

The Process of Psychological Liberation

By |2017-03-15T18:59:00+02:00August 25th, 2014|Categories: Everyday tips, Mental Health|

“Freedom is never given; it is won.” - A. Philip Randolph Shackles of the past, chains of negative feelings, bars of reactivity and prison of bitter memories, regrets ‘n’ pains… Psychological bondages tend to create a lot of turmoil in our lives. These scars or wounds not only take a toll on us physically, but [...]

The Development of Psychology and Therapy

By |2014-08-20T19:05:28+02:00August 24th, 2014|Categories: Mental Health|

Image: Sigmund Freud Starting from the early age, the world of psychology and mental health has developed a lot. Psychology has attained many milestones beginning from the first psycho-surgery to the modern day scientific therapeutic approaches. This blog is a humble tribute to the pioneers in the field who dedicated their lives to bring the [...]

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