This event is about raising awareness and fostering genuine understanding, empathy, and compassion among students of Sharda University. It will help students to explore the psychological complexities that underpin self-harm behaviors, shedding light on the often-hidden struggles faced by them. Whether students are seeking insight into their own experiences or aiming to support a friend in need, this event provides valuable insights and a safe space for open dialogue to them. Let's come together to break down the stigmas, challenge misconceptions, and build a campus culture rooted in empathy and support.

Objectives of Event

  • Foster Understanding, Empathy, and Compassion: Encourage students to develop a deeper understanding about the root causes of self-harm behaviours, while cultivating empathy and compassion towards individuals who may be struggling with these challenges.
  • Provide Valuable Insights: Offer insights into the psychological complexities associated with self-harm behaviors, helping students gain a better understanding of the struggles faced by their peers.
  • Build a Culture of Empathy and Support: Encourage students to come together in solidarity to promote empathy and support for students dealing with self-harm behavior, fostering a campus culture that prioritizes mental health and well-being.

Convener Details

  • Dr. Ruchi Gautam, Chief Counsellor, Psychological Counselling Cell, Sharda University


Speaker Details:

Dr. Ruchi Gautam - Academics - Chief Counsellor