Ep.41 The Book - Young Mental Health ft. Amrita Tripathi, Founder - The Health Collective India
The SOS Show with Suchita
We talk to Amrita Tripathi the founder/ director of healthcollective.in and the co-author of two books on mental health about various things including her books and The Health Collective. We also dig a bit on the infrastructure of mental health when it comes to a city like Delhi and also her opinion on the cost factor related to mental health. We have been featured in the "new and noteworthy section" by Apple- so go rate us and subscribe to us so we can reach more people! HELPLINES FOR SUICIDE PREVENTION:I CALL-9152987820M MIND POWER-1800-120-820050MINISTRY OF HEALTH-08046110007NATIONAL HELPLINE: 1075 You can follow us and leave us feedback on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @eplogmedia, For partnerships/queries send you can send us an email at email@example.com. If you like this show, please subscribe and leave us a review wherever you get your podcasts, so other people can find us. You can also find us on https://www.eplog.mediaHelp us to do more: https://www.eplog.media/thesosshow/support-us/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Age of Anxiety’ : Amrita Tripathi and Casey Schwartz in conversation
JLF Brave New World
Caseyschwartz and Amritat discuss the uncertainty and anxiety of our times and the question of attention in the age of overwhelming technology. Find out more this weekend #JLFBraveNewWorldSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
31: Understanding depression, the invisible illness, with Amrita Tripathi
The Sandip Roy Show
Unlike many other illnesses, depression can be an invisible one. According to the national mental health survey, 150 million Indians suffer from depression which requires immediate intervention. And yet, we don't talk about it. Perhaps because we don't know how to talk about it. In this episode, Sandip talks to Amrita Tripathi, the founder-editor of the Health Collective, who has recently co-written a book with psychologist Arpita Anand called 'Real Stories of dealing with Depression', which tries to open up conversations about depression and tell us that we are not alone in dealing with it or trying to help some about one who has it.
Amrita Tripathi heads the news partnerships for Twitter India and is a known mental health activist. She is the founding editor of The Health Collective and has authored two books, The Sibius Knot and Broken News. Anindita and Amrita delve into their teenage and discuss their struggles with self-harm, failing to find vocabulary for the conditions bothering them and how the SOS calls a few years back were not paid attention to. Both are glad that mental health is no more a closet talk but there are huge grounds to cover.
Woman in the Window: AJ Finn in conversation with Amrita Tripathi
What did she see? A.J. Finn’s best-selling noir novel, The Woman in the Window, is a gripping and unputdownable psychological thriller currently in development as a major film. In conversation with writer and journalist Amrita Tripathi, Finn (real name: Dan Mallory) speaks of his engagement with the genre of suspense fiction, his literary influences, the impact of Hitchcock on his work and imagination, as well as his personal struggles with depression and agoraphobia. A must for all true crime aficionados. This episode is a live session from day 1 of #ZEEJLF2019.