Priya Jha

Your Well-Being Is in Good Hands

Have a particular life obstacle you’re trying to overcome? Sometimes, seeking help from a certified expert is the best way to put things into perspective. As a committed, professional Mental Health Service Provider in New Delhi, your well-being and mental strength is my number one priority. I’m happy to guide you through all of life’s challenges with the attention and care you deserve.

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Nathaniel Lambert

“Discussing positive experiences leads to heightened well-being, increased overall life satisfaction and even more energy”

 

All About Therapy

Perhaps you're down or anxious - maybe you're unsure about the future of a relationship, or just feel that you aren't living the life you were meant to lead. Whatever your needs may be, I am here to offer support. Therapy is a process of growth and self-discovery, and in my sessions I promote behavioral transformation by encouraging a positive outlook and the adoption of new attitudes and reactions. I have the tools and professional experience to help you get back on track. We live in a tough world with tremendous pressure, and due to our desire to succeed in life, in addition to society's pressures, we tend to put more pressure on ourselves with an irrational way of thinking.  As a cognitive behavioral therapist, I provide a safe environment where my clients feel comfortable sharing the most intimate aspects of their lives, without judgment.

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Get to Know Me

Exceeding Expectations One Patient at a Time

Ever since I was young, I knew I wanted to get into a career path that would make a difference in people’s lives. This interest led me to study psychological science and eventually a full time job. 

As a Clinical Psychologist/ Psychotherapist based in New Delhi, I have been providing therapeutic services for children, adolescents, adults, couples and families for the past 20 years. My education and training allows me to assess and treat a broad range of emotional and psychological issues, including, anxiety, depression, grieving, phobia, work stress, peer pressure  as well as the more common social and parenting issues.  Outside of my private practice, I have been working with Alzheimer patients- involved in their Neurocognitive assessment and providing counselling support to the caregivers. 
 I provide a safe environment where my clients feel comfortable sharing the most intimate aspects of their lives, without judgment.
I absolutely love what I do and truly feel blessed and honored that my clients feel comfortable enough with me to connect, feel, share, experience and in turn, learn.



 
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Informative Resources

As a leading Mental Health Service Provider in New Delhi, I know what exceptional care means - that’s why I offer my clients a wide range of useful information. Feel free to explore these complementary resources and interesting reads I have listed below, and educate yourself at your convenience wherever you are.

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Isn't this true? We seek others attention because we don't give ourselves the attention we deserve. 
We tend to confuse between Self-Care and Selfish. When you say 'No' to an evening outing with friends and opt to stay indoors reading a book, that's Self-Care! We are so concerned and worried about others opinion, we tend to disregard our emotions, which in the long run is detrimental to our mental well-being.
I encourage all of you to imbibe some 'me-time' in your hectic lives and to love yourselves more.

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Confusion still exists between what is passing sadness or anxiety and clinical depression. How do you know the difference? When is it time to get help? The following signs should help you distinguish between them. According to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-V), you should seek help if these symptoms have been present for a period of two weeks or longer:


1. Unexplained aches and pains.
Depression has clearly physical manifestations. In a study published in Dialogues in Clinical Neuroscience, 69 percent of persons who met the criteria for depression consulted a doctor for aches and pains. Mood disorders can show up in surprising symptoms — like bloating, backaches, or joint pain.

2. An inability to concentrate
We all have moments where we forget our best friend’s name or put our car keys in the fridge. We may have days where we experience brain fog or are scatterbrained. However, depression involves an inability to concentrate that impairs work performance. You might make more mistakes or have difficulty making decisions.

3. Disruptions in sleep habits
One of the primary symptoms of depression is sleep disturbance. Some people will sleep too much and some too little. Sleep disorders don’t in themselves cause depression, but insomnia, irregular sleep, or oversleeping all play a role in mood fluctuations.

4. Changes in appetite and eating
Some people binge on sweets,  ice cream, and everything else they can shove into their mouths to relieve the pain of their depression. Other folks stare at their dinner plate with absolutely no appetite or interest in food. Either way, a significant change in appetite and weight (more than 5 percent of body weight in a month) can be a sign of depression.

5. Irritability, agitation, and moodiness
Not everyone who snaps at you is depressed, but another red flag of depression is heightened irritability, agitation, and moodiness. Little things set you off – like a loud conversation next to you on the bus, or an itchy tag on your sweater. That anger can surface as thoughts of self-harm or the desire to harm someone else. If you are experi