The Truth about PMS and Mental Health | Therapy for Thoughts – Ep. 11

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The Truth about PMS and Mental Health | Therapy for Thought – Ep. 11

The link between PMS and mental health has been well known with the help of medical research. Behavioural and emotional symptoms such as moodiness, sadness, irritability and anger are quite prevalent amongst people around their periods. This podcast episode is in collaboration with Ms. Haveesha Buddhdev, a mental health professional from India, and Ms Shivangi from Girl Up Mukti.

GirlUp Mukti is an organisation in affiliation with GirlUp, a UN recognized group that actively works to secure equal opportunities for underprivileged adolescent girls in developing countries. An inclusive organization, GirlUp Mukti envisions a world where women are empowered, and our future is brighter because of it. The organisation mainly focuses on clustering a team of dedicated individuals who are fully supported to working for the cause across the regional community it is based in, thereby making the world better one small place at a time.

Ms. Haveesha Buddhdev along with Ms Shivangi from GirlUp Mukti come together on this podcast episode to bust some myths and reinstate some truths about what women and other genders go through during PMS and how it affects their mental health. 

About Miss Shivangi

Shivangi is a final year student of B.A. English Honours at Christ University, Bengaluru, and is a member of GirlUp Mukti. She believes in working ardently to break stereotypes brought about via societal conditioning and works towards bringing about awareness to dismantle hierarchies in an attempt to make the world a better place. Apart from all the seriousness, she reads a lot, is a food lover, and is trying to love herself a little more everyday.

About Therapy for Thoughts | MHT Podcast

Therapy for Thoughts is a Podcast Series developed by MHT India where we aim at de-stigmatization of mental health, therapy and everything in between. The episodes from this series are dedicated towards creating an awareness amongst listeners by inviting experts from the field and providing a platform for imparting their knowledge and expertise. 

Since therapy and counseling is an ever-evolving field of psychology, MHT India, considers educating and updating listeners regarding the new changes and development in therapy can be beneficial for them in order to seek the right support for their specific needs.

The information shared in these episodes can also be used by budding psychologists. Moreover, you may also directly connect with the speaker psychologist in the many episodes of Therapy of Thought. 

If you wish to join as a speaker for our next podcast, send us an email at: support@mentalhealthtoday.co.in


About MHT Podcast

MHT Podcast is an online audio based platform, by Mental Health Today, devoted to sharing information and awareness on mental health-related issues. MHT Podcast has a variety of series such as MHT Podcast | Therapy for Thoughts, MHT Podcast | Autism Support, MHT Podcast | Survivor Series, MHT Podcast | Bibliotherapy, MHT Podcast | Media Reviews, MHT Podcast | Psychology 101 and more. These different series reflects a new and more diverse perspective of mental health in our society and also at an individual level. 

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Team MHT hopes you found this podcast helpful and informative. Stay tuned for more such content coming up. If you wish to join as a speaker for our next podcast, please do let us know in the comments below and one of our team members will get to you. Kindly like, share and subscribe to MHT’s social media handles here; Youtube, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn. In case of any queries, please refer to our Privacy Policy or write to us at support@mentalhealthtoday.co.in.

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