The Student Support Centre hosted a short film screening on 23rd October, which featured four short films and intense discussions. The event intended to help people express their thoughts through conversations about films, and to learn how to see more than what meets the eye.
On 13th September 2019, the Student Support Centre organised an evening of poetry and music with the theme—Conversations Through Rhythm. The event allowed the gathering to express their feelings, and talk about experiences that were close to their heart in a safe and supportive environment.
“Therapy is self-care—it’s an hour of focusing on just yourself and voicing the thoughts in your head that you cannot otherwise say out loud.”
In an attempt to break the stigma surrounding it, MAHE students open up about their experiences with therapy and how it has helped them.
We recently got the opportunity to chat with Dr Gayathri Prabhu, the Coordinator of the Student Support Centre, which is the first of its kind in an Indian University. Joined by the psychologists running the show- Ms Debasmita Phukan, Ms Kangkana Bhuyan, and Mr Shafeer