Invitation to edit:
NEPsychNet Annual Digest 2017 is a collaborative document being prepared to archive the important information related to field of Nepalese Psychology and mental health. Most of the information for this digest comes from the social media, interpersonal contacts and contribution by the interested individuals through google doc link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/177zmP3FW5eUaP6t1EnwURC0NuWkayuAHq-JuyaA7sSc/edit?usp=sharing_eil&ts=5a390374
I would like to invite you to contribute in compiling this digest. Contributions (both in Nepali and English) are welcome until 31 December 2017. All contributions will be duly acknowledged and appreciated.
The final version of this digest will be available online on the first week of 2018.
Public Resources in one place
This assessment conducted by Simon Robbins was a stepping stone for the launch of Hateymalo program in Nepal.
2010 – Hateymalo: Accompanying families of the missing in Nepal. Piloted in Bardiya by Bhava Poudyal, Nepalese Psychologist and the team of ICRC colleagues which expanded to altogether 46 districts of Nepal in successive four phases.
2013 – Release of Don’t go so far documentary. Directed by Arnaud Galent.
2016 – Completion of the program & Final Dissemination Products (Reports , Documentaries & Photobook). In collaboration of Yubaraj Adhikari, Rupa Chaudhary, Bishnu Waiba, Juthi Ram Chaudhari, Kalu Ram Chaudhari, Purna Shova Maharjan, Bina Chaudhary, Sujen Man Maharjan and ICRC colleagues of various departments, Nepal Red Cross Society district chapters and local NGOs.
This crash course series on psychology presented by Hank Green will be useful for the beginners in Psychology. There are 40 videos (mostly around 10 mins) in this collection that helps you to understand the fundamental concepts of how our mind works and malfunctions.
Manojigyasa is the weekly radio program broadcasted from Ujjyalo 90 Network at 5.15 pm, Saturday presented by Psychbigyaan team (Kripa Sigdel and Sujan Shrestha, young aspiring psychologists). This episode was first heard on radio on February 13, 2016. Good that they have the youtube channel where they share all the episodes in case if you miss them on radio.
My interview was featured in this episode which focused on history and current status of psychology in Nepal. And also, Psychbigyaan tip to boost the relationship with one’s partner (at the end on the eve of Valentine’s Day).
The Psychbigyaan tip which I gave have been scientifically proven by the psychologists and one of young talented artist, Bartika Rai has also captured and beautifully sung it in her new song- Najeek.
My best wishes to Psychbigyaan team for upcoming episodes of the program, you guys are doing great job which will inspire other psychology students to take action and work for the betterment of the field of psychology in Nepal. Like I said in there, complaining is silly – act or forget.