Madhuleena Roy Chowdhury
Madhuleena Roy Chowdhury holds a postgrad in clinical psychology and is a certified psychiatric counselor.
She specialized in optimizing mental health and is an experienced teacher and school counselor. She loves to help others through her work as a researcher, writer (Medium), and blogger and reach as many as possible.
Postgraduate degree in clinical psychology from Indira Gandhi National Open University.
Certificate in Psychiatric Counselling from the Indian Psychoanalytical Society.
27 Books to Improve Self-Esteem, Self-Worth, and Self-Image
We are living in an era of confidence and communication. From the charismatic doctor to the energetic motivational speaker or the loving and friendly teacher, [...]
18 Best Therapy Books to Read for Therapists
It is not just the clients who benefit from attending therapy sessions. Most mental health professionals agree that the process of therapy itself is rewarding [...]
11 Optimism Exercises & Theories (Incl. Learned Optimism)
A popular metaphor to explain optimism is the concept of ”glass half full.” Optimists have a built-in attitude to be hopeful and consider the possibilities [...]
What is Client Engagement in Therapy and How to Apply It?
The outcome of psychotherapy is mostly dependent on the quality of the relationship between the therapist and the client. Any form of therapy requires self-disclosure [...]
15 Music Therapy Activities and Tools
Sometimes, good coffee and good music are all that we need to unwind. Music touches all aspects of our lives – physical, emotional, psychological, and [...]
10 Best Self-Awareness Books for Increasing Reflection
How often do you take a moment to reflect on your thoughts and emotions? Have you ever explored the underlying causes of your behavior? Self-awareness [...]
What is Coping Theory? Definition & Worksheets
What is your first reaction in the face of sudden stress? Do you make a plan to overcome it? Talk it out with your friends? [...]
What Is the Mental Health Continuum Model?
When a person behaves oddly or deviates from the societal standards of normality, we might describe them in many ways: depressed, anxious, moody, suicidal, and [...]
The Five Facet Mindfulness Questionnaire (FFMQ)
In this article, we will have a look at the Five Facet Mindfulness Questionnaire, which is an objective test on mindfulness and its impact on [...]
Emotional Regulation: 6 Key Skills to Regulate Emotions
Emotions signal threats and rewards. Much like a compass that guides us in the right direction, emotions have the power to guide us to the [...]
The 3 Best Questionnaires for Measuring Values
Our values fuel our actions, emotions, and behavior. They are a crucial aspect of significant branches of studies, including sociology, philosophy, education, and psychology. Values [...]
ACT Theory: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Explained
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is a mindfully oriented behavioral therapy that uses an eclectic and humanistic approach to help people accept and move on [...]
The Science & Psychology Of Goal-Setting 101
Imagine yourself going to work aimlessly every day, talking to others without a reason, working out just because you have to, and not having any [...]
Compassion in the Workplace: 9+ Examples & Tips for Leaders
Compassion comes from a Latin word that means “co-suffering.” Compassion has always secured a firm place in almost all religious practices. The Dalai Lama, one [...]
4 Appreciative Inquiry Tools, Exercises and Activities
Appreciative inquiry is about seeking the best in people – in the way they work, they live, and they behave. Initially, appreciative inquiry (AI) was [...]
13+ Guided Gratitude Meditation Scripts (+ Yoga Poses)
Meditation, derived from the Latin word ‘meditatio’ meaning “to think, ponder, and contemplate”, is a conscious state of self-awareness, self-reflection, and self-expression. Meditation is a [...]
The Neuroscience of Gratitude and Effects on the Brain
We all want a happy life… A cushy job, a perfect family, financial stability, and a great social life! And in this indefinite pursuit of [...]
The Connections Between Positive Psychology & Mental Health
In the past, many therapists focused primarily on challenges and symptoms of mental health disorders – how to treat “problems.” The focus of mental health [...]
The Positive Effects Of Nature On Your Mental Wellbeing
Nature heals. Just a walk in the woods or a stroll by the beach on a sunny morning can awaken the innermost feelings of happiness [...]
19 Top Positive Psychology Interventions + How to Apply Them
For many years, the prime focus of psychology was to diagnose and treat people with mental health problems and psychopathological issues. However, this focus began [...]
How To Improve Emotional Intelligence Through Training
Have you ever noticed your feelings? How often have you stepped into others’ shoes and experienced their emotions? How well do you understand what you [...]