Are you starting b-school soon? Maybe you’re starting your new job? Or perhaps, you lost an internship or job offer and are looking for something else? Maybe you’re feeling the uncertainty, the fear, the pressure that we all seem to feel at this time thanks to COVID 19? Perhaps you’re struggling with a virtual relationship due to social distancing. Maybe you’re worried if you’ll still land a summer internship offer once b-school starts. Or maybe, you’re just feeling overworked, overwhelmed and confused. Tough times bring out stress, anxiety, frustration in spades. At InsideIIM, we’re feeling it too. Which is why we bring a FREE, LIVE webinar with 2 Counselling Psychologists from iCALL, TISS. Hosted by Ankit Doshi, Creator of InsideIIM, here’s how you can ask questions about how to deal with the anxiety, fear, uncertainty and anything that’s affecting your mental well being right now! Fill this form and register to join the webinar on 9th July, Thursday at 7 PM.
Thanks to coronavirus, we’re all suffering through a lot of uncertainty and anxiety right now. Add to that the normal trouble and angst one faces in daily lives, it’s like we’re living with a ticking time bomb. In this scenario, it becomes important to face the things that bother your physical and mental health head on; and to find some kind of answers, closure, etc. You’re not alone in worrying about losing out on jobs, opportunities, and more. Which is why a session with these experienced counselling psychologists from iCALL will help you gain perspective and clarity. For the uninitiated, iCALL is a free telephone and email based counseling service hosted out of TISS.
Register for the webinar here:
When: 9th July, 7 PM
Where: Link will be updated on the day of the webinar itself.
Ms. Tanuja Babre:
Ms. Tanuja Babre holds a masters in counselling psychology from Tata Institute of Social Sciences. She has been working in the area of mental health and psycho-social well-being. She has worked with clients across age groups, gender and sexual orientation to offer counseling and psychotherapy services. Apart from offering services in a face to face setting, she has offered services over technology assisted medium (Telephone, Email & Chat). Since 2017, she has been serving as the Programme Coordinator of iCALL, a national level technology assisted mental health service, based in TISS. Her role in iCALL involves overseeing and managing operations of service, research & capacity building. She is also involved in strategizing, fundraising & scaling of the programme. Ms. Tanuja has worked towards implementing & strengthening various mental health & well being oriented programmes across the country with multiple Government and Non-Government partners, including agencies like United Nations. In her work with iCALL, she has authored multiple academic papers, training manuals and research reports. She also acts as a visiting faculty in TISS for the courses on community mental health. Her areas of interest include Mental Health services, technology assisted services, Ethics, Youth & adolescent Mental health.
Ms. Sindhura Tammana:
Ms. Sindhura Tammana holds a Masters in Counselling Psychology from Tata Institute of Social Sciences and is working with iCALL currently as a Research Associate. Her role involves executing research projects and content development within iCALL as well as through partnerships with various partners such as state governments, NGOs, academic institutions as well as bodies of the UN. She has also been involved with capacity building activities with different stakeholders. She was instrumental in designing the curriculum for and implementing iCALL’s short-term course, ‘Fostering Strengths’, which aims to equip professionals working with adolescents and young people with psycho-social skills and perspectives. Across 8 years of experience in individual counselling, training and academic research, she has largely engaged with psycho-social issues of children, adolescents and young people through her work. Her experience also involves teaching various papers of Psychology at the undergraduate and postgraduate level.
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