Commit To Something

I've not been surrounded by the elderly- the aged wrinkles, the grey hair, the shivering hands, the wobbly voice, the careful slow steps. Old age is beauty and curiosity to me. Not having known or lived with one, made me want to. Studying Psychology, researching social norms and trying to view the world ethnographically, I realized that old age is an honorable milestone to achieve. And this, made me visit our tomorrow.

EduPsych has undertook the project, "Commit To Something", so as to allow the flippant youth of our age see the calm experience of tomorrow: old age. This project helps us bring forth the secret of genius to carry the spirit of the child into old age, which means never losing enthusiasm. Through EduPsych's different therapeutic sessions, "Commit To Something" embarks upon a journey of starting young. Like Theodore Rooselvelt says, "Old age is like everything else. To make a success of it, you've got to start young." Yes! these therapeutic sessions beats the treachery that tries to snatch the exuberance from the blurred-vision-of-old-age.

With sessions that engage the elderly in Play Therapy and Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (CST), so much of their pain is released that our youth receives the fruits of priceless experience stories! Follow the thread on our Facebook Page: EduPsych

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About EduPsych

At EduPsych, we provide an online psychotherapy platform and emotional support platform designed to foster mental wellness. It anonymously connects you with the right experts like Clinical Psychologists, Psychotherapists, Narrative Therapists, Psychological Counselors, Psychologists, Child Counselors, Life Coaches, Career Counselors & Guides, and people with rich and deep life experience, who understand you and guide you through completely confidential individual and support group sessions.

We are not a medical service or suicide prevention helpline. If you are feeling suicidal, we would suggest you immediately call up a suicide prevention helpline.

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