Blindfolded Conversations, organised by the Psych Club, provided participants with an opportunity to indulge in intriguing conversations with strangers, without actually knowing what they looked like. The event, which was open to all MAHE students across town, made for some exciting interactions.
The Psych Club hosted a seminar discussing regression therapy, a controversial form of psychological treatment that involves hypnosis. The event elaborated on the vast connections between one’s experiences, mind and body, and the experiences of a few individuals that led to the popularisation of this form of therapy.
The Psych Club recently conducted Let’s Talk, an event that brought people together to share their stories and listen to one another. The guest speaker was Dr Samir Praharaj, a professor of Psychiatry at KMC, who provided valuable inputs on mental illnesses and on the avenues that are available to those who want to seek help.
On Saturday, August 18, The Psych Club, Manipal and Ek Sangharsh put together an interactive session for the students at Manipal Pre-University College, aimed at spreading awareness about the importance of keeping one’s surroundings hygienic.
Ever wonder how disparate people’s perception of you would’ve been if they were unable to judge you on how you looked? The Psych Club, Manipal gave people an opportunity to do just that in their event, ‘Blindfolded Conversations’. Read on about the goings-on of this amusing yet edifying social experiment.