Nilom Shah || How Teens and Parents Can Deal With Post-Pandemic Anxiety – Ep. 01
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In this episode, we talk to Nilom Shah, counselor and psychotherapist, about how post-pandemic anxiety has been affecting young adults and parents. What’s the difference between everyday anxiety and anxiety disorder? How can parents’ anxiety influence children? Nilom shares with us insights into anxiety and a few pointers to manage anxiety as a family.
“Anxiety is misread because nobody is talking about how they’re feeling.”
- How anxiety has increased in Indian young adults since the pandemic
- How much parenting-related anxiety can influence children’s relationships
- The difference between everyday anxiety and anxiety disorder
- How volatile family environments cause anxiety
- Tips to notice symptoms and manage anxiety as a family
Nilom Shah is a Counseling Psychologist and psychotherapist. A postgraduate in Applied Psychology and diploma in Advanced Counseling Psychology, she has over 7 years of experience. She has worked extensively with children, parents, adolescents, and adult clients for emotional, and social difficulties.
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