Academy Series: Session on Mental Health and Well-Being2 min read
On Thursday December 3 at 12 PM IST, we will be hosting a session with Madhu Hisaria (Psychotherapist and Counsellor) on Mental Health and Well-Being, with a focus on students and their issues in the current circumstances.
In a recent online poll conducted on November 21, which was filled by 370 participants, 78% indicated a session on mental health would be preferred. Thirty respondents provided suggestions on topics which majorly cover categories:
- Future / Job / Career / Money
- Stress / Anxiety / Depression
- Loneliness / Isolation
Madhu will be presenting on a few of the topics above for the first 20 minutes of the session, followed by an open Q&A discussion for the rest of the session.
This live session is complimentary for all participants. The link will be made available 30 mins prior to the session on www.formulabharat.com/academy.
Madhu Hisaria Biography:
As a practicing psychotherapist and counsellor, Madhu Hisaria helps people to live an emotionally healthy and empowered life. She uses an eclectic approach in her therapy sessions which give her an edge in adopting a holistic approach towards the well-being of her clients. Her clients include people from all walks of life including youngsters, professionals, doctors, corporate employees, married couples, business men and women, Indians working abroad and many more.
Apart from this, Madhu is an accomplished corporate trainer in the areas of soft skills, behavioral and leadership training. She is a certified Leadership Trainer from Development Dimension International (DDI). Over a career spanning over 15+ years she is known for her passion in whatever she does with an eye for detail and bringing out the best in a person, be it her team or client. She also offers her services as a certified parenting coach as well.
Madhu’s own life has been an example of grit and resilience. She is known amongst her circle as a ‘great listener’ and she is highly empathetic. Madhu lives by her philosophy: ‘Our Freedom is in the pause between the stimulus and the response.’