Planning for New Year’s Resolution can be tricky. To help us with the same, Ms. Gale D’Souza and Ms. Tanvi Ravi who are psychologists based out of Mumbai, joins MHT Conversation and shares some effective ways for planning resolutions for 2021.
The year 2020 has been exceptional due to the Coronavirus Pandemic. Many who had various plans and goals for this year were disappointed as they had to overcome various obstacles such as the lockdown, social distancing as well as pay cuts in order to stick to their yearly resolutions.
As we move on from 2020 to 2021, new hopes are rising again. Building onto these hopes and aspirations, people want to plan new resolutions for the new year. This MHT Conversation with Ms. Gale and Ms. Tanvi revolves around building effective strategies for planning and adhering to New Year’s Resolutions in 2021.
This team of psychologists answers intriguing questions around the concept of New Year’s Resolutions, its history as well as current research evidence. Tune in and watch the full video shared below.
About Ms. Gale D’Souza
Ms. Gale D’Souza is a psychologist based out of Mumbai. She has been working as a mental health professional with children and adults for more than two years. She is skilled in providing various psychological interventions such as CBT, ABA and more.
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About Ms. Tanvi Ravi
Ms. Tanvi Rav is also a psychologist based out of Mumbai with the highest qualification in MA Psychology (Clinical). She has been working with children and adolescents for two years now.
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