Psychoeducation in Dementia | Divakshi Sharma

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Psychoeducation in dementia can enable people receive educational information in the context of a supportive psychotherapeutic environment. Watch the snippet from the MHT Live Webinar below for psychoeducation in dementia in terms of signs and symptoms, treatment and how to support your loved ones with this illness from the expert in the field, Ms. Divakshi Sharma

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The aim of Psychoeducation in Dementia is to help caregivers or people who just know someone with dementia to know more about what this disorder is and how people can help others who have dementia. 

Ms. Divakshi Sharma, who is a mental health professional specialising in the field of geriatric mental health, addresses the topic of “Psychoeducation in Dementia” by telling the viewers about various types of dementia such as Alzhiemer’s disease and how subtle signs and symptoms of dementia varies from individual to individual.

The confusion between Alzhiemr’s disease and dementia is also briefly explained by the speaker in this webinar. Moreover, the various stages of Alzhiemer’s disease is also talked about here. 

As a part of psychoeducation in dementia, the importance of treatment is greatly emphasized by Ms. Divakshi Sharma. She also talks about some DIY cognitive activities that promote brain health even during healthy aging. 

Lastly, the role of dementia caregivers is highlighted. The support and care from family becomes a huge part in treatment as well as better recovery in dementia. Although, sometimes it can also cause caregiver burden and stress. Ms. Sharma shares some tips on how to support your loved ones diagnosed with dementia in a way that doesn’t affect caregivers’ mental health.

About Ms. Divakshi Sharma

Ms. Divakshi Sharma is a clinical psychologist specializing in Dementia care. She has an MPhil in Clinical Psychology and is based out of Gurugram. She has also completed specialized training in Dementia from University of Tasmania, Australia. Depression, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Psychosis, Schizophrenia are some of the other areas that she is an expert at.

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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. 

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