Dr. Rachna Khanna Singh

Currently head of Department of Holistic Medicine & Wellness at Artemis Hospital, Gurgaon Dr. Rachna Khanna Singh is a mental wellness expert with expertise in relationship, lifestyle & stress management. The founder and director of The Mind and Wellness Studio Dr. Rachna Khanna has worked with leading hospitals like Fortis Escorts, Dharamshila Cancer Hospital. Her specialties include stress management, lifestyle management for heart diseases, supportive care for chronically ill patients, work-life balance, parent-child bonding, cancer support care, ante/postnatal care, relationship counselling, pre-marital & marital counselling, adolescent counselling, psychiatric & psychological illnesses like depression, anxiety, insomnia.

Latest Articles


Work-life balance while working from home

These are not hard and fast rules for work-life balance. Finding that out means experimenting with what works for you and what doesn't.

A time to reconnect and recharge your relationship

Looking at the brighter side this is an opportunity to reconnect and recharge your relationship and look inwards in your relationship
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Social Media detox: why do we need it?

A CNN study of 19-year-old teenagers found that the participants checked Facebook or other social media sites between 50 - 100 times a day

Practising mindfulness during stressful times

Mindfulness is not something that can be acquired instantaneously but rather is a habit that you have to develop.

How does media violence affect children?

Adolescence is the time when children are shaping up their minds, learning new things, discovering themselves, and forming perspectives of this world.

Animal-assisted therapy – a form of psychological treatment

As the name suggests, animal-assisted therapy refers to a form of therapy where animals assist a patient to recover from mental or physical ailments.
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How COVID-19 kick-started many small businesses

Businesses that started at home did not need an advertising agency to market their products. Such businesses produced their products on a much smaller scale, mainly for their locality. For publicity, word of mouth and social media worked best.

Aviation Psychology – an emerging field

An aviation psychologist is an expert in an emerging field where psychologists specifically study behaviour, feeling, thinking, and working in the aviation industry.

Role of Psychologists in sports and athletics

Sports provide several distinctive opportunities for personal development, however, youngsters time to finish the assignment, socialize, rest, and recover. In other words, they still have to be compelled to be kids.

Role of Psychology in Maths and Science education

A mathematical research topic in which psychology has always had a particularly strong influence is learning of numbers.
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Children in the age of lockdown

For children, family and friends is a cohesive unit that significantly aids their development physically, mentally, socially and emotionally in each stage of their lives.

Helping children through isolation and lockdown

Children can experience worry, anxiety and fear due to the drastic changes that have taken place in their social interaction. This can have an adverse effect on their socio-cultural development. It is therefore important for parents to primarily focus on keeping the child engaged to cope with anxiety or stress and help them connect with their peers through digital platforms.

Does social media make breakups worse?

A new University of Colorado Boulder study which aimed to explore the difficulties of breaking up in the digital age showed that situations like the above mentioned may not be so uncommon.

Importance of Mental Health professionals in Pandemic times

There are several differences in the mental health needs of different age groups. The teenagers and young-adult populations of the country engage in these services the most, as compared to older adults and senior citizens.

How COVID has impacted the lives of Women?

Women have faced severe consequences of COVID. They are looked down upon with disgust and negative remarks and have had to suffer a lot.
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Midlife crisis during the pandemic

Midlife crisis isn’t a full stop: Use this time to generate new ideas, think positive. Take several ideas into consideration that can help you to deal with this time.

Stop binge eating during lockdown

These times we are living in, are historic and unusual. Our normal routines have been altered and we all are adjusting to a new...

7 # tips to keep relationships alive in Covid times

Divorce is witnessing an all-time high. It is time to look inwards, bridge differences and heal strained relationship

Keeping body and mind fit in the COVID-19 era

The COVID era has given us immense time to process and look inwards, and exercise has been one of the focal points of the lockdown.
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The aged need your love and care during COVID

Aged people often miss out on events and gatherings with their groups. You can make a personal support group for them to reach out to their friends and make new ones.
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Why are people moving away from mainstream jobs?

Many people, even in their late 30’s and 40’s are ditching their jobs to explore their passion. A nine-to-five desk job is not the need of the hour anymore. People are choosing unconventional career options such as blogging, entrepreneurship, dancing, and being a YouTuber.