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Simplify is a holistic approach towards resolving complex life situations.

In the present day context, Lifestyle issues are becoming more and more common. We cater to the following lifestyle services:

Please call 08049-670-670 (100 lines) now to book a face-to-face counselling appointment with our specialist.

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Academic stress among students have long been researched on, and researchers have identified stressors as too many assignments, competitions with other students, failures and poor relationships with other students or lecturers . Academic stressors include the student’s perception of the extensive knowledge base required and the perception of an inadequate time to develop it. Students report experiencing academic stress at predictable times each semester with the greatest sources of academic stress resulting from taking and studying for exams, grade competition, and the large amount of content to master in a small amount of time.

Marriage counseling leads to positive outcomes and research indicates it is more effective than no counseling. It helps couples to prepare for or adjust to new life stages such as new couple, family with young children, and family with adolescent children, launching children and moving on and family in later life. Each of these life stages put different demands on the couple and makes them aware of the new demands.

Job stress can be defined as the harmful physical and emotional responses that occur when the requirements of the job do not match the capabilities, resources, or needs of the worker. Job stress can lead to poor health and even injury. While some workplace stress is normal, excessive stress can interfere with your productivity and impact your physical and emotional health. And your ability to deal with it can mean the difference between success or failure.

Emotional health refers to your overall thought well-being. It includes the way you feel about yourself, the quality of your relationships, and your ability to manage your feelings and deal with situations that life brings.

Science has long recognized that some level of stress can be adaptive and even healthy, however, chronic student stress has been consistently associated with negative outcomes. For the majority of students in this study, academic stress is constant. More than 70 percent of students reported that they often or always feel stressed by their schoolwork, and 56 percent reported often or always worrying about such things as grades, tests, and college acceptance.

This is a gratitude note for Miss Shruthi Ramesh! I was a little skeptical about starting therapy or whether it’d help me. But I was wrong. I’m so grateful that I found a therapist who was kind, compassionate and a great listener. Thank you so much for helping me in the last three months. Things were difficult but with your help and expertise, I’ve gotten so much better. Thank you again for your wise words and compassion. I highly recommend Shruthi because she’s nothing short of excellent!

Anshita Babu

I had a very good experience at The Mind Research Foundation. Dr Kripa Khanna is a very adept psychologist. She assessed me over the course of 6 sessions. She asked me to express all my problems to her, she conducted detailed psychometric tests and provided fantastic solutions. She is very patient and made me comfortable to express my problems. It was very beneficial attending her therapy sessions.

 – Atul Atre

My therapist was Ms. Diya Kapur. She was a jewel, for a lot of people it's hard to find the right therapist therefore they juggle between a lot of them. But for me most of my issues were dealt with and covered thoroughly with her within 4 sessions. She's amazing

 – Snehojit Kumar

It has been a pleasure having consulted Ms.Sanyuktaa. Her patience and empathy were striking throughout our sessions and she went above and beyond to make sure I understood my problems from a broader view. I feel I have become a more positive and hopeful person, understanding my strengths and shortcomings and how to work over my past which felt distant to me yet had a powerful presence in my present. It takes time to come out of emotionally draining situations, especially if you're working, and having someone like her listen, really helps navigate through life. I highly recommend her if one is looking for a real change

 – Shirin Fatima Visited For Personal developmentCounselling for Depression & Anxiety

Ms. Aditi is very patient and friendly. I was very comfortable discussing all my issues with her. On day one my concerns were listed down and sessions were planned accordingly. I highly recommend her

 – Samarth Khanadale

Frequently Asked Questions

How do we provide the best quality service?

Focusing on the symptoms rather than the label or diagnosis, The Mind Research Foundation provides the best quality care with our well-experienced psychologists who will try their best to meet your needs.

Why will I need counseling or psychotherapy?

No matter what stage of life you might be at, you might be going through some stress or difficulty in your everyday life with respect to work, friends, or family. We help you deal with these stressors and navigate your way to a fulfilling life.

Is Online Therapy Safe?

We at The Mind Research Foundation take personal information privacy seriously. We make great efforts to ensure that all communication between you and your therapist – written, audio, and video are safe and confidential. Your safety is our priority. Our experts are also trained to maintain the highest standards of professional conduct by keeping your information private.

How Long Does Therapy last?

Therapy involves a structured, time-bound and collaborative effort from both the therapist and the client. Both need to work together to uncover the root of the problem and generate realistic solutions. Brief therapies have definitive goals and involve 3 to 4 sessions with cognitive feedback and homework exercises to initiate self-change. For long-standing issues and personality problems, this may take more time. For the initial progress to kick in, regular weekly sessions with a therapist are important. Change is typically evident by the 3rd of 4th session although a single session can also be transformative. Once the initial crisis has been resolved, the sessions could be switched to every two weeks or monthly in order to reinforce the skills that have been learned in the previous sessions

Can I reach out to my therapist during an emergency?

The Mind Research Foundation team helps you with coaching, counseling, and therapy to ensure sustainable gains. At this stage, we do not handle emergencies. Also, to protect your and our expert’s privacy and confidentiality, we do not provide the personal contact information of either party to the other. Over the course of therapy, if an emergency does arise, we suggest you seek help at the nearest hospital or emergency room where you can connect with a psychiatrist, social worker, counsellor, or therapist, in person. We also recommend you involve a family member or a friend to assist you in times like these.

How long does one session take?

Apart from our in-take session which lasts around 30-45 mins, every other session lasts around 50 mins to an hour.

What’s the difference between a psychologist and a psychiatrist?

The key difference between psychologists and psychiatrists is that while psychiatrists diagnose issues and give medication (if required), psychologists use different techniques to handle various kinds of issues, and help clients through the process.

What’s the difference between counseling and psychotherapy?

Counseling is provided to those suffering from general life issues leading to problems in their day-to-day life and is a short-term process. It’s best for those who have an idea of well-being and are able to solve their problem.

Psychotherapy is for those with psychological problems built over a long period and is a longer process than counseling. It helps people identify emotional issues and problems and thought processes.

How is an MRF session different from a call with friends and family?

It is relieving to talk to friends and family in person about what is bothering you because it feels like you can get things off your chest. Professional counsellors however, have the skills and expertise to give your conversation meaningful direction. They aim to understand your feelings in the context of your reality and experience; and help you explore your options so that you can arrive at your own goals for self-change. They can empower you with interpersonal, social, or communication skills and restructure faulty patterns of thinking by replacing them with positive coping techniques. This can empower you to cope with the problem such that therapy is not subsequently needed. Your family and friends may give you advice, but counselors help you to help yourself and pull you out of dysfunctional patterns.

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2283, 14 A Main, Indiranagar Indiranagar Bangalore, Karnataka, India-560038