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My Twisted Little World

Author Name: INDIRA ROY MANDAL | Format: Paperback | Genre : Educational & Professional | Other Details

When letters don’t seem to make sense to a child, when he squirms in his seat and can hardly sit still, and when he has difficulty in communicating or may have an ‘unacceptable’ habit, what do we do?

Indira Roy Mandal, specialising in child psychology, addresses some of these sensitive issues and goes an extra mile to help parents, caregivers and teachers to think about these challenges dealing with childhood disorders as well as accepting them. ‘Catch them young and seek help at the earliest’ is her mantra. Many such stories in the book may be your story. We need to assure ourselves that the road begins from here and it is a journey of self-realization and learning.

During the pandemic-induced lockdown times, it is the children who are the worst hit and suffer silently, emoting behind their gadgets. Depression, suicidal ideations, anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorders are on the rise.

The author provides certain pointers on how to keep up with the child’s mental as well as physical state, to help them evolve as well-balanced, socially productive and responsible individuals.

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Indira Roy Mandal is a clinical psychologist, specialising in child and adolescent psychology and has experience of about fifteen years in the field. She is presently working as a counsellor/ psychologist with Delhi Public School, Newtown, Kolkata.

She has had vast and varied exposure to the development sector for around eight years and has worked closely with the Department of Health and Family Welfare in both West Bengal and Delhi. She has initiated various projects on health, monitored and evaluated them, built a strong social network which has provided her with the skills to reach out to people, organise and understand them, and in turn, work with them.

Her forte is to keenly observe her subjects, study their mannerisms and behaviour, make mental notes, and use these inputs to evaluate and counsel her clients accordingly.