Mrs. Shrishti JainICET Editor
The International School Bangalore
A Short Bio / زانیاری کەسیی / سيرة ذاتية قصيرة :
Adolescent counsellor|| Special educator|| Art therapist|| Life skill educator|| Psychometrician
7+experience in the psychology field in reputed schools and colleges. Passionate about developing lesson plans, designing creative daily lesson plans, instructional techniques and modules customized to students who need special attention and providing psychological counselling to students.
2022- Honoured by the Indian Glory Awards for contributing to the education community at the IGA conference.
2022- Awarded with a certificate of achievement under the women of excellence award by an organisation CHALK AND DUSTER.
2022- Received inspiring women award 2022 by a voluntary organisation Being Social- Ek Nayi Shuruwat.
2021 -Winner of the online spelling contest organized by Fostering the future skill development on 7th November 2021.
2021-Judged two National levels spell Bee contest events,2021(senior category) organized by Fostering the Future skill development.
2012-Paper published on “INTEGRATING SPIRITUALITY IN TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP “on 9th November 2012 in Jagaran Institute of Management, Kanpur.
2010-Have represented DIVINE HEART HOSPITAL and presented “stress and cardiac problems &importance of counselling” at AIRPORT AUTHORITY OF INDIA, Lucknow.
2009-Participated as a leader and volunteer in the National Conference, February 13-14, 2009 on Changing Fabric of Intimate Relationships-Challenges to Theories and Practices in Mental Health, organized by the Department of Psychology, Christ University, Bangalore.
2005-Awarded Highest scorer in English Literature in the Lucknow University Examination.
Category / پۆلێن / الفئة :
Emotional Wellbeing & Mental Health / تەندروستی دەروونی و سۆزداری / الرَّفاه العاطفي والصِّحَّة العقليَّة
Seminar Title / ناونیشانی بابەت / عنوان الندوة :
Ego Defense Mechanisms’ Disadvantageous Impact On Minors’ Psychological And Emotional Well-Being
Abstract / پوختە / الملخص :
“Ego Defense Mechanisms’ Disadvantageous Impact On Minors’ Psychological And
This study’s objective is to examine the detrimental impact of defence mechanisms on the psychological and emotional health of 50 school children (from grades 9 to 12). 25 males and 25 ladies between the ages of 16 and 18 would be the participants. Through the use of questionnaires containing 20 items, the usage of mature and immature defence mechanisms will be evaluated. According to the Freudian concept of the human psyche, “the mental iceberg metaphor of the human mind,” says that it is divided into three parts: conscious (thoughts, perceptions), subconscious (memories, stored knowledge), and unconscious (fears, violent motives, unacceptable sexual desires, irrational wishes, selfish needs, immoral urges). Defense mechanisms are employed to reduce the ongoing conflict between the id and superego. There are almost ten mature (adaptive) and ten immature (maladaptive) defence mechanisms. Psychodynamic therapists believe that it is very important for a human to orient themselves to their unconscious processes, as the recognition and identification of these processes help improve self-awareness and give insight into our behaviours. If the person is overusing the defence mechanisms, it may hinder their ability to confront their feelings and emotions. It affects the most when people don’t want to face reality and instead rely only on defence mechanisms, which results in depression, anxiety, alcohol abuse, vaping, eating disorders, personality disorders, technological addiction, exposure to excessive social media, detachment from primary caregivers, etc.”
Keywords / وشە سەرەکیەکان / الكلمات المفتاحية :
Ego defence Mechanism, Impact on emotional health, post pandemic, Impact on emotional health, detrimental