Covid and Mental Health in 2021 | Ms. Amrita Kajaria

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The pandemic caused by Covid – 19 has been an eye opener for many in terms of recognising the importance of mental health. Ms. Amrita Kajaria joins this MHT Conversation where she shares some important tips that can be useful for your mental health during Covid in 2021.

Covid and Mental Health in 2021 | Ms. Amrita Kajaria | MHT Bytes

The pandemic of Covid-19 brought many other social, psychological and mental health challenges along with physical health related issues. From struggling with the lockdown to working from home, living in isolation and maintaining social distance; many changes and adjustments were faced by the human population. 

One of the highlights of this pandemic was also the importance of mental health. This MHT Conversation with Ms. Amrita Kajaria also revolves around the same. She requests all the viewers to reflect onto this year and have few important lessons from this year handy for upcoming years. She also shares with the viewers some healthy techniques for maintaining good emotional and psychological health.

About Ms. Amrita Kajaria

Ms. Amrita Kajaria is a psychologist based out of Aurangabad. She has also gained specialized training in Mental Health Counselling, Transactional Analysis, Mental Health First Aid. Ms. Amrita has been supporting individuals with various psychological issues such as Mood based concerns and personality based issues and more

Want to know more about Ms. Amrita Kajaria? Click here.

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