Working for the welfare and rights of non-human animals can be emotionally exhausting. Especially in the last one and a half years, since the pandemic began, there have been various turmoils. As activists and welfare workers, it has been a difficult time throughout, and we may be prone to the following issues:
It’s important to take care of our mental health as it’s an integral part of our wellbeing. Addressing our mental health concerns helps us live a fulfilling life. Our mental wellness reflects in our work, and it can be difficult to work for animal rights/welfare with a disturbed mind.
Dr. Moumita Nandy is an experienced certified psychologist, with an MSc in Clinical Psychology from Symbiosis, Pune.
Trained in CBT and REBT, Dr. Nandy has been a consultant clinical psychologist for 6 years. She is also trained as an expressive therapist, and strong believer and practitioner of Mindfulness and EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques). She has been associated with Cancer Institute, Chennai and Tata Medical Center, Kolkata for psychological morbidities in cancer care. She is also associated with Mind Vriksha, a psychiatry clinic and has conducted many workshops on Anxiety and Depression with several corporate house like pantaloons, Sunlife etc. Along with that, she has also worked part time with an NGO named Reach Out For Life, Pune where she focused on Suicidal Awareness, Abuse and Addiction in all age groups. She is an active member on the E-Cell panel of TISS (Tata Institute of Social Sciences). She is currently associated with government sponsored projects such as national helpline for transgender community and also with the Ministry of Social Empowerment.
For Indian residents: Rs.399/-
For those outside India: $10.99/-
(Price is all-inclusive for 4 sessions, resource bank and post-workshop reference material)
Note: In case, you are unable to pay the fees but would still like to participate in the workshop, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We can work it out.
It is to be noted that these are not one-on-one therapy sessions. The 4 sessions combined make-up the workshop that addresses various mental health issues from a psychological and constructive activism perspective.