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  • Pranit Mahajan Manchester UK

    Communication…Journey from fear to dare

    Bell rangs and last lecture of the weekends, heart in me is excited to travel home over this long weekend. But not too long, teacher starts calling numbers for attendance, mine is 33, mind’s speeding between words to reply when 33 is called. Should I say Yes Sir/Present Sir or any other word? Best option pretend as if I am not listening t...

  • adhlakhaa

    MENTAL HEALTH – DEPRESSION

    Mental health is an all- encompassing term that includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects our thought, emotions, and behavior. Our Mental health determines how we handle stress, relate to others, and make choices. Bio-Psycho-Social factors contribute to mental health problems, these include: Biological factors, such ...

  • speech therapist

    Group Therapy Analysis Through the Mind of a Stutterer

    The rush hour begins and along with a thousand others I too got up early today. Chasing my inane dreams,a constant battle between the forceful spirit that yearns for a radical change & the antagonistic mind ruminating all those possibilities had begun. The palpitation seems to overpower and bluff your self-beliefs when you are about to enter a...

  • Clinical Psychologist Dr. Parul Adlakha

    Communication is an integral part

    An Information…. is knowledge…… only if it is shared…… how does one share it….. by giving it an expression…. A view…. when does it become a view point…. when it gets an expression…….. An idea…. when does it make a difference….. when the power of an idea get an expressio...

  • AmritUncle

    Take care of your ears

    Isn’t it fun to be able to talk and hear? You can talk to your friends, hear their jokes and laughter. But if you cannot hear and talk, you would miss out on a lot of fun. To preserve these precious gifts of speech and hearing you have to take special care of your ears. Our ear is a delicate organ. A damage or injury to any part of the ear may le...

  • Sajiv

    Guidance – using the telephone

    Many people, whether they have a stammer or not, can have difficulty talking on the telephone. Using the telephone can cause a great deal of anguish especially for people who stammer because in phone the basic medium of communication is speech and people learn to cope with it in their own way. If you have a particular problem of Telephone Communica...

  • abhijeet-bhatia

    Towards a better understanding of speech

    A person who stutters is often bombarded with likely causes of his/ her disorder by all and sundry. It causes a lot of confusion and misconception in the minds of those afflicted, thereby adding to the magnitude of the problem. Before one decides upon the treatment modality, it is essential to understand the mechanism of speech production ...

  • DigVijoySodhi

    Stuttering, a misunderstood habit

    Stuttering is a habit. I start off with this short and concise statement to highlight and debunk a popular misconception that stuttering is a disease that cannot be treated. Like any other habit, this too can be overcome. There is an urgent and pressing need to spread awareness about this habit as many stutterers around the world go through life fe...

  • InternationalStuttering

    15th International Stuttering Awareness Day(22nd October)

    15th International Stuttering Awareness Day(22nd October) Started in 1998, all over world it’s Get Together Day. This is an annual meet of our Society; Where people join in and throw off their anxiety. People gather to discover more about others; Some students, some are employed and father or mother. Some of them are good leaders, some are go...

  • Dhritiman

    To Choose a Right Therapist

    My name is Dhritiman Das. I started my therapy at Adlakha Speech Therapy last year in the 3rd week of May. For me, the turning point in therapy, would be understanding the psyche of stutterers and non-stutterers. This helped me to fully ignore all kinds of remarks made about my speech and accept myself without worrying too much about the consequenc...