Area of Counselling at Mon Ke Niye in kolkata

Area of Counseling

With the advancement of the society into a fast lane and nuclear famifamifamiMostly the problemslyMostly the problemslyfamiMostly the problemslyMostly the problemsly concept, the different types of problems either in the form of mental or physical have increased a lot. Most the problems now in the current society exist in each and every household either small or big or may be in the dormant or active stage. People or family members can’t able to diagnose the state of a problem of the patient and thus either suppress it in any form or make simple fun of it.

Mon Ke Niye under the supervision of Dr. A D Mahapatra is a bliss for the modern society.

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Autism

Autism

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Autism – Pervasive developmental disorder is a disorder of neural development characterized by impaired social interaction andcommunication a developmental disorder that appears to start before in the first three years of life, and affects the brain’s normal development of social and communication skills.

Causes

Autism is a physical condition linked to abnormal biology and chemistry in the brain.

Genetic factors such as identical twins are much more likely than fraternal twins or siblings to both have autism. Similarly, language abnormalities are more common. Chromosomal abnormalities and other nervous system problems are also more common in families with autism.

A number of other possible causes have been suspected. They involve:

  • Diet
  • Digestive tract changes
  • Mercury poisoning
  • The body’s inability to properly use vitamins and minerals
  • Vaccine sensitivity

CHILDREN HAVE AUTISM

Autism affects boys 3 – 4 times more often than girls. Family income, education, and lifestyle do not seem to affect the risk of autism.

The term “autism” now includes a wider spectrum of children. For example, a child who is diagnosed with high-functioning autism today may have been thought to simply be odd or strange 30 years ago.

Other pervasive developmental disorders include:

  • Asperger syndrome Rett syndrome
  • Childhood disintegrative disorder
  • Pervasive developmental disorder – also called atypical autism

Symptoms

Children with autism typically have difficulties in:

  • Pretend play
  • Social interactions
  • Verbal and nonverbal communication

Some children with autism appear normal before age 1 or 2 and then suddenly “regress” and lose language or social skills they had previously gained. This is called the regressive type of autism.

People with autism may:

  • Be overly sensitive in sight, hearing, touch, smell, or taste (for example, they may refuse to wear “itchy” clothes and become distressed if they are forced to wear the clothes)
  • Have unusual distress when routines are changed
  • Perform repeated body movements
  • Show unusual attachments to objects

Symptoms may vary from moderate to severe.

Communication problems may include:

  • Cannot start or maintain a social conversation
  • Communicates with gestures instead of words
  • Develops language slowly or not at all
  • Does not adjust gaze to look at objects that others are looking at
  • Does not refer to self correctly (for example, says “you want water” when the child means “I want water”)
  • Repeats words or memorized passages
  • Uses nonsense rhyming

Social interaction:

  • Does not make friends
  • Does not play interactive games
  • May not respond to eye contact or smiles, or may avoid eye contact
  • May treat others as if they are objects
  • Prefers to spend time alone,

Response to sensory information:

  • Does not startle at loud noises
  • Has heightened or low senses of sight, hearing, touch, smell, or taste
  • May find normal noises painful and hold hands over ears
  • Rubs surfaces, mouths or licks objects
  • Seems to have a heightened or low response to pain

Play:

  • Doesn’t imitate the actions of others
  • Prefers solitary or ritualistic play

Behaviors:

  • “Acts up” with intense tantrums
  • Gets stuck on a single topic or task
  • Has a short attention span
  • Has very narrow interests
  • Is overactive or very passive
  • Shows aggression to others or self
  • Shows a strong need for sameness
  • Uses repetitive body movements

Stereotypy is repetitive movement, such as hand flapping, making sounds, head rolling, or body rocking.

Compulsive behavior is intended, such as arranging objects in stacks or lines.

Sameness is resistance to change

Ritualistic behavior involves an unvarying pattern of daily activities, such as an unchanging menu or a dressing ritual.

Restricted behavior is limited in focus, interest, or activity, such as preoccupation with a single television program, toy, or game.

Self-injury includes movements that injure or can injure the person, such as eye poking, skin picking, hand biting, and head banging

How “Mon Ke Niye” can be the radical Life Savior?

“Mon Ke Niye” is a treatment al paradise for the mental patients. With the distinctive motto of “treatment without medicine,” the concern has become the greatest fascination towards patients of all age. Through the magic of interactive process “counseling” Dr. Mahapatra seems to be the greatest magician with his outstanding caliber of healing patients without a single drop of any kind of commercial medicines or drugs.

According to the doctor emotional healing is the ultimate ailments of every disease and here at his clinic with the personalized counseling a safe atmosphere gets created. With such the patient is made comfortable so that further procedure gets tailored with the past of individuals that even includes life, past relationship and personality experiences.

Then why wait? If you really want to step to a new world of happiness and out of any mental unhealthiness contact us and experience a soothing ride of peace. The clinic will be surely worthy of your money.

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Group Therapy

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Group Therapy

Group therapy is a type of psychotherapy that involves one or more therapists working with several people at the same time. Group therapy is sometimes used alone, but it is also commonly integrated into a comprehensive treatment plan that also includes individual therapy and medication.

The Principles of Group Therapy

    • The instillation of hope: Seeing people who are coping or recovering gives hope to those at the beginning of the process.
    • Universality: Being in a group of people experiencing the same things helps people see that what they are going through is universal and that they are not alone.
    • Imparting information: Group members are able to help each other by sharing information.
    • The corrective recapitulation of the primary family group: The therapy group is much like a family in some ways. They can also learn to avoid behaviors that are destructive or unhelpful in their real life.
    • Development of socialization techniques: The group setting is a great place to practice new behaviors. The setting is safe and supportive, allowing group members to experiment without the fear of failure.
    • Altruism: Group members are able to share their strengths and help others in the group, which can boost self-esteem and confidence.
    • Imitative behavior: Individuals can model the behavior of other members of the group or observe and imitate the behavior of the therapist.
    • Interpersonal learning: By interacting with other people and receiving feedback from the group and the therapist, each individual can gain a greater understanding of himself or herself.
    • Group cohesiveness: Because the group is united in a common goal, members gain a sense of belonging and acceptance.
    • Catharsis: Sharing feelings and experiences with a group of people can help relieve pain, guilt or stress.
    • Existential factors: While working within a group offers support and guidance, group therapy helps member realize that they are responsible for their own lives, action and choices.

The Effectiveness of Group Therapy

Group therapy can be very effective, especially in certain situations like depression and traumatic stress

The advantages of group therapy:

Group therapy allows people to receive the support and encouragement of the other members of the group. When people come into a group and interact freely with other group members, they usually recreate those difficulties that brought them to group therapy in the first place. People participating in the group are able to see that there are others going through the same thing, which can help them feel less alone.

Group members can serve as role models to other members of the group. By seeing someone who is successfully coping with a problem, other members of the group can see that there is hope and recovery is possible. As each person progresses, they can, in turn, serve as a role model and support figure for others.

During group therapy, people begin to see that they are not alone and that there is hope and help.

Group therapy is very cost effective. Instead of focusing on just one client at a time, the therapist can devote his or her time to a much larger group of people.

Group therapy offers a safe haven. The setting allows people to practice behaviors and actions within the safety and security of the group.

By working in a group, the therapist can see first-hand how each person responds to other people and behaves in social situations. Using this information, the therapist can provide valuable feedback to each client.

How “Mon Ke Niye” can be the radical Life Savior?

“Mon Ke Niye” is a treat mental paradise for the mental patients. With the distinctive motto of “treatment without medicine,” the concern has become the greatest fascination towards patients of all age. Through the magic of interactive process “counseling” Dr. Mahapatra seems to be the greatest magician with his outstanding caliber of healing patients without a single drop of any kind of commercial medicines or drugs.

According to the doctor emotional healing is the ultimate ailments of every disease and here at his clinic with the personalized counseling a safe atmosphere gets created. With such the patient is made comfortable so that further procedure gets tailored with the past of individuals that even includes life, past relationship and personality experiences.

Then why wait? If you really want to step to a new world of happiness and out of any mental unhealthiness contact us and experience a soothing ride of peace. The clinic will be surely worthy of your money.

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Attention Disorder counselling in kolkata

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What is Attention Disorder?

Ads, abbreviation  Attentional Disorders, are another chronic disorder that encounters bio-behavioral problems indicated during the adolescence period and childhood period of a kid. A child who suffers from attention problems characterizes a much broader heterogeneous population who does show a diverse continuum of the syndrome severity and offers highly diagnosis practices.

Attentional Disorders are more prone to males in comparison to females. Mostly these indications become a warning signal to almost 40% to 60% beings that remains hyperactive as toddlers. The pervasiveness of the disorder has been estimated between a range of 3% – 5% and that too within the population of the school age.

Considering all the above facts, it has been known that the AD disease is the least understood symptoms and one of the most commonly re conceptualized assembles within the pediatric practice.

What are the Symptoms of Attention Disorder?

The various symptoms of this chronic disease are as follows:

  • Attention Deficit Disorderin these kinds of chronic disorders
  • Attention Deficit Disorder with hyperactivity
  • Hyperkinesis
  • Minimal Brain Dysfunction or abbreviated as MBD
  • ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)

Clinically, kids who show indication of being affected by Attention Disorder exhibits problems such as over activity, impulsivity and lack of concentration. And all these are considered as inappropriate during their growing process. Many times these can even interfere within the kid’s optimal functioning.

What are the Causes of Attention Disorder?

Coming to level of difficulties during day-to-day excessive intricacy tasks and adhering to those schedules results to these kinds of chronic disordersthe healing of patients.

What is the role of “Mon Ke Niye”?

At “Mon Ke Niye” holding the fingers of Dr.A D Mahapatra you can experience a totally new world that lacks every day memorizing of pills and syrups. Instead, it is the center where going through a treatment that comes without medicinal dosage is the ultimate word and the experienced long time practitioner is the pioneer of this kind of boon treatments. Dr. Dr.A D Mahapatra has engaged a conduct that arrives without medicine and this has proved magically in the healing of patients with these kinds of chronic disorders the healing of patients.

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Alzheimer’s disease (AD)

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Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s Disease is Dementia is a loss of brain function that occurs with certain diseases. Alzheimer’s Disease (AD), is one form of dementia that gradually gets worse over time. It affects memory, thinking, and behavior.

Causes

More likely to get Alzheimer’s Disease if you:

  • Have a close blood relative, such as a brother, sister, or parent with AD.
  • Have certain genes linked to AD
  • Being female
  • Having high blood pressure for a long time
  • History of head trauma

There are two types of AD:

  • Early onset AD: Symptoms appear before age 60. This type is much less common than late onset. However, it tends to get worse quickly. Early onset disease can happen in families.
  • Late onset AD: This is the most common type. It occurs in people age 60 and older. It may happen in some families, but the role of genes is less clear.

Symptoms

Symptoms include difficulty with many areas of mental function, including:

  • confusion
  • irritability and aggression
  • trouble with language
  • mood swings
  • long-term memory loss
  • Perception
  • Thinking and judgment

It usually first appears as forgetfulness.

Mild cognitive impairment is the stage between normal forgetfulness due to aging, and the development of AD.

Symptoms of MCI include:

  • Difficulty in performing more than one task at a time
  • Difficulty in solving problems
  • Forgetting recent events or conversations
  • The early symptoms of AD can include:
  • Difficulty performing tasks that take some thought, but used to come easily, such as balancing a checkbook, and learning new information or routines
  • Getting lost on familiar way or road
  • such as trouble finding the name of familiar objects
  • Losing interest in things previously enjoyed, flat mood
  • Misplacing items
  • As the AD becomes worse, symptoms are more obvious and interfere with everyday way of living. Symptoms can include:
  • Change in sleep patterns, often waking up at night
  • Delusions, depression, agitation
  • Difficulty doing basic tasks, such as preparing meals, choosing proper clothing, and driving
  • Difficulty reading or writing
  • Forgetting details about current events
  • Forgetting events in your own life history, losing awareness of who you are
  • Hallucinations, arguments, striking out, and violent behavior
  • Speaking in confusing sentences ,Using the wrong word, mispronouncing words
  • People with severe AD can no longer:
  • Understand language
  • Recognize family members
  • Perform basic activities of daily living, such as eating, dressing, and bathing

How “Mon Ke Niye” can be the radical Life Savior?

“Mon Ke Niye” is a treat mental paradise for the mental patients. With the distinctive motto of “treatment without medicine” the concern has become the greatest fascination towards patients of all age. Through the magic of interactive process “counseling” Dr. Mahapatra seems to be the greatest magician with his outstanding caliber of healing patients without a single drop of any kind of commercial medicines or drugs.

According to the doctor emotional healing is the ultimate ailments of every diseases and here at his clinic with the personalized counseling a safe atmosphere gets created. With such the patient is made comfortable so that further procedure gets tailored with the past of individuals that even includes life, past relationship and personality experiences.

Then why wait? If you really want to step to a new world of happiness and out of any mental unhealthiness contact us and experience a soothing ride of peace. The clinic will be surely worthy of your money.

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Psychosomatic Disorder

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Psychosomatic means mind (psyche) and body (soma). A psychosomatic disorder is a disease which involves both mind and body. Some physical diseases are thought to be particularly prone to be made worse by mental factors such as stress and anxiety. Your current mental state can affect how bad a physical disease is at any given time.

Which diseases are Psychosomatic?

To an extent, most diseases are psychosomatic – involving both mind and body.

  • There is a mental aspect to every physical disease. How we react to and cope with disease varies greatly from person to person. For example, the rash of psoriasis may not bother some people very much. However, the rash covering the same parts of the body in someone else may make them feel depressed and more ill.
  • There can be physical effects from mental illness. For example, with some mental illnesses you may not eat, or take care of yourself, very well which can cause physical problems.

However, the term psychosomatic disorder is mainly used to mean … “a physical disease that is thought to be caused, or made worse, by mental factors”.‘Somatisation and Somatoform Disorders’.

Some physical diseases are thought to be particularly prone to be made worse by mental factors such as stress and anxiety. For example, psoriasis, eczema, stomach ulcers, high blood pressure, and heart disease. It is thought that the actual physical part of the illness (the extent of a rash, the level of the blood pressure, etc) can be affected by mental factors. This is difficult to prove. However, many people with these and other physical diseases say that their current mental state can affect how bad their physical disease is at any given time.

Some people also use the term psychosomatic disorder when mental factors cause physical symptoms, but where there is no physical disease. For example, a chest pain may be caused by stress, and no physical disease can be found. Physical symptoms that are caused by mental factors are discussed further in another leaflet called

How can the mind affect physical diseases?

It is well known that the mind can cause physical symptoms. For example, when we are afraid or anxious we may develop: a fast heart rate, palpitations, feeling sick, shaking (tremor), sweating, dry mouth, chest pain, headaches, a knot in the stomach, and fast breathing. These physical symptoms are due to increased activity of nervous impulses sent from the brain to various parts of the body, and to the release of adrenaline into the bloodstream when we are anxious.

However, the exact way that the mind can cause certain other symptoms is not clear. Also, how the mind can affect actual physical diseases (rashes, blood pressure, etc) is not clear. It may have something to do with nervous impulses going to the body, which we do not fully understand. There is also some evidence that the brain may be able to affect certain cells of the immune system, which is involved in.

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Alcohol and Drug de addiction treatment

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Alcohol and Drug Dependence

Alcohol abuse is a pattern of drinking that result in harm to one’s health.

Alcoholism and alcohol abuse are two different forms of problem drinking.

Alcohol abuse include failure to fulfill responsibilities at work, school or home; drinking in dangerous situations, such as while driving; legal problems associated with alcohol use; and continued drinking despite problems that are caused or worsened by drinking.

Causes

  • Amount of drink can influence your chances of becoming dependent. Those at risk for developing alcoholism include:
  • Men who have 15 or more drinks a week
  • Women who have 12 or more drinks a week
  • Anyone who has five or more drinks per occasion at least once a week
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  • alcohol abuse or become dependent if you:
  • Are a young adult under peer pressure
  • Have depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, or schizophrenia
  • Have easy access to alcohol
  • Have low self-esteem
  • Have problems with relationships
  • Live a stressful lifestyle
  • Live in a culture alcohol use is more common and accepted

Symptoms

  • People who have alcoholism or alcohol abuse often:
  • Continue to drink, even when health, work, or family are being harmed
  • Drink alone
  • Become violent when drinking
  • Become hostile when asked about drinking
  • Miss work or school,
  • Decrease in performance because of drinking
  • Stop taking part in activities because of alcohol
  • Need to use alcohol on most days to get through the day
  • Do not care about or ignore how they dress or whether they are clean
  • Not able to control drinking — unable to stop or reduce alcohol intake
  • Make excuses to drink
  • Try to hide alcohol use
  • Symptoms of alcohol dependence include:
  • lapses of Memory after heavy drinking
  • More and more alcohol to feel “drunk”
  • Alcohol withdrawal symptoms when you haven’t had a drink for a while
  • Alcohol-related illnesses such as alcoholic liver disease

How “Mon Ke Niye” can be the radical Life Savior?

“Mon Ke Niye” is a treat mental paradise for the mental patients. With the distinctive motto of “treatment without medicine” the concern has become the greatest fascination towards patients of all age. Through the magic of interactive process “counseling” Dr. Mahapatra seems to be the greatest magician with his outstanding caliber of healing patients without a single drop of any kind of commercial medicines or drugs.

According to the doctor emotional healing is the ultimate ailments of every diseases and here at his clinic with the personalized counseling a safe atmosphere gets created. With such the patient is made comfortable so that further procedure gets tailored with the past of individuals that even includes life, past relationship and personality experiences.

Then why wait? If you really want to step to a new world of happiness and out of any mental unhealthiness contact us and experience a soothing ride of peace. The clinic will be surely worthy of your money.
Services Offered: Alcoholism de Addiction Treatment, Drug de Addiction Treatment, and Substance Abuse Counselling

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Family disharmony-counselling in Kolkata

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Family Disharmony

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Thus it can be concluded from the present study that younger age (less than 30 years), female sex, low educational level, married status, intra-familial conflicts (with spouse or parents) and domestic violence are the significant risk factors associated with self-harm behavior. Pesticide poisoning was the most common method of DSH and thus reflecting a positive association between impulsive suicidal behavior and easy availability of pesticides in the region. Public education against domestic violence and timely psychosocial management of the vulnerable cases through a protracted community based mental health program may help to reduce the frequency of DSH and domestic violence.

Family planning is the planning of when to have children, and the use of birth control and other techniques to implement such plans. Other techniques commonly used include sexuality education, prevention and management of sexually transmitted infections, pre-conception counseling and management, and infertility management.

Family planning is sometimes used in the wrong way also as a synonym for the use of birth control, though it often includes more. It is most usually applied to a female-male couple who wish to limit the number of children they have and/or to control the timing of pregnancy (also known as spacing children). Family planning may encompass sterilization, as well as abortion.

Family planning services are defined as “educational, comprehensito determine for If ignored medical or social activities which enable individuals, including minors, to determine for If ignored for over a long period of time, stress can affect the health of any individual. There are many reasons that can cause stress. It could be due to problems at the workplace, at home, with friends. Too much of physical strain can also lead to stress. Stress and tension, walk hand in hand.Ely the number and spacing of their children and to select the means by which this may be achieved.”

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Premarital counseling in Kolkata

Counseling stands as a most vital aspect and when it is the time of marriage.

During your time of the most awaited V day you are either extremely elated or excited to make a new beginning of your life with your loving partner. But deep down there, have you felt that you are a bit possessed, bit nervous and there lies mysterious fear inside your heart. Many times it becomes quite disturbing such as:

What will happen if the marriage does not work well?

  • Is the life after marriage really going to get well or turning into a rocky time?
  • Am I going to the perfect decision?There, have
  • Is this a right time to get into marriage?
  • Is this man right for me to continue with?
    It does not matter how much you love your man.

These are quite a few questions that do arise during your time of crisis.

Therefore, “Mon Ke Niye” has brought down certain tips to relax you and overcome every premarital tensions and fear:

  • Plan a dinner time with your Fiancee.
  • Sit with him/her face to face.
  • Start a conversation that should be heart-to-heart.
  • Make a great conversation for establishing a happier marriage time.
  • Take your man/woman to a quiet place where you can tell your man about your heart.
  • Speak your heart out.
  • Take him/her to couples who have rocked a few long years with their marriage.
  • Ask him/her to have some romantic time with him/her.
  • Make yourself comfortable.
  • Make yourself know the fact that life after marriage does change and get prepared accordingly.
  • Go for some long breathing and let your partner know about your feelings.
    These are just a few tips with which you can ease yourself.

But an expert is an expert. So if you are in the real dilemma with your marriage or after marriage doesn’t hesitate to get a good time with your counselor Dr. Ad Mahapatra in getting embracing all the new things and changed the life.

Happy Marriage!