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How to Manage Your Everyday Stress – Part One

How to Manage Your Everyday Stress – Part One

My name is Kishore Chandiramani and I work as a psychiatrist in Staffordshire, England.   Today we are going to talk about how to manage your everyday stress and I would like to begin with defining stress.  How to define stress and I have picked up a very simplistic definition of stress.   The stress can be defined as the gap between the demands placed on us on one hand and our abilities to cope with it on the other.  If the demands are excessive or too many and our abilities to cope with them are  low then we are…

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How to Manage Your Everyday Stress – Part Two

How to Manage Your Everyday Stress – Part Two

My name is Kishore Chandiramani and I work as a psychiatrist in Staffordshire, England.   Today we are going to discuss how to manage your everyday stress Part Two.   In the last session we talked about how to look at and adjust our life goals so that we can bring down the demands placed on us.   Today we are going to discuss how we can increase our coping abilities.  Before we have an in-depth discussion about our coping abilities, I would like to point out that a reasonable level of coping ability is given to all of us. …

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How to Manage Your Everyday Stress – Part Three

How to Manage Your Everyday Stress – Part Three

My name is Kishore Chandiramani and I work as a psychiatrist in Staffordshire, England.   We are going to talk about how to manage your everyday stress Part Three.   I am going to discuss a model of mind that can help us make sense of our stress and its management.  I would like you to visualise your mind in terms of two broad categories:   Experiencing self. Observing self.   This concept has been taken from psychoanalytic traditions in scientific psychology.   The experiencing self is a part of your mind that is involved in experiencing an emotion and…

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Stress Management: An Integrative Approach to Therapy

Stress Management: An Integrative Approach to Therapy

“What is the point in narrating the whole sad story to yet another therapist who is there just to listen? They can’t change the reality of my life. It will bring back all the bad memories and I will end up feeling worse than how I am feeling now,” this is the sentiment some clients express.[1] However some other clients say just the opposite, “Thank God I was able to discuss all my problems with the therapist who really understood me, and after discussing my problems I am able to see things in a different light now.” Even in the…

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Scores of Questionnaire×

PHQ-9 Score Summary

Score Depression severity Comments
0-4 Minimal or none Monitor; may not require treatment
5-9 Mild Use clinical judgment (symptom duration, functional impairment) to determine necessity of treatment
10-14 Moderate
15-19 Moderately severe Warrants active treatment with psychotherapy, medications, or combination
20-27 Severe

GAD-7 Score Summary

Score Symptom Severity Comments
7-10 Moderate Possible clinically significant condition
11-15 Moderately Severe Recomended consult doctor
>15 Severe Active treatment probably warranted

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