Abusive Relationships and Mental Health | Ms. Gargi Vishnoi

Abusive Relationships - Mental Health - MHT Live - Ms. Gargi Vishnoi
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Our society does not often talk about how abusive relationships can affect our mental health. MHT India along with Ms. Gargi Vishnoi explores various ways in which a relationship can be abusive in nature, how to identify the red flags that indicate the abuse and how to be there for someone who is a part of an abusive relationship.

It is very important for one to understand the short term and the long term impacts of staying in an abusive relationship. Ms. Gargi helps us understand how emotional, verbal and social abuse are shadowed over physical abuse but has an equal impact on our mental health. She also helps us understand the small characteristics, changes in behaviors, and various events that needs to be noticed for us to act upon an abusive relationship.

Join MHT India in this very informative topic which is often stereotyped when talked about and let us move forward in the direction of spreading awareness and create a platform to talk about abusive relationships, its impact on mental health, how to identify abuse, how to get through it, and how to be there for someone in an abusive relationship with unconditional support and empathy.

About Ms. Gargi Vishnoi

Abusive Relationships - Mental Health  - MHT Live - Ms. Gargi Vishnoi

Ms. Gargi Vishnoi is a counseling psychologist currently working at Fortis Healthcare, Jaipur. She practices counseling and positive psychology with her client in therapy. Moreover, she has been supporting adolescents and adults with depression, self-esteem issues, anger and more. 

She has specialized training in psychological first aid, relationship sciences and wellbeing. She has been working the field since pas 4 years with children, adolescents and adults for concerns like adjustment, self-esteem, relationships etc.

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About MHT Live

MHT Live is an online space with live streaming on Facebook, Youtube and Instagram. At MHT Live, mental health professionals such as psychiatrists, psychologists, researchers and scholars come together and address a particular issue or advancements in the field of mental health and even chat with the viewers through a live chatbox. Mental health experts in India have been a part of this platform from the very beginning. From mental health issues, such as anxiety, depression and psychosis; psychological issues, such as self-esteem, confidence and resilience; as well as social issues such as workplace culture, women’s issues, and LGBT community issues, all have been covered in the multiple MHT Live sessions that take place every Sunday.

The platform aims at connecting professionals with people seeking help, vice-versa. An interactive discussion of approximately 1 hour provides the viewers with a comprehensive knowledge of that particular issues, therapeutic techniques that they can try at home and also contact details of the speaker of a particular webinar. 

The MHT Live is streamed every Sunday from 12 noon to 01:00 P.M. The recordings of MHT Live, along with short clips from the Live, are also streamed at other media platforms:

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Team MHT India hopes you found this MHT Live helpful and informative. Stay tuned for more live streams coming up. Kindly like, share and subscribe to MHT’s social media handles. If you wish to join as a speaker for our next MHT Live episode, send us an email at:

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