Making our invisible daily struggles visible
The purpose of Mithra (friend) is to provide mental health information and support, in a way that a trusted friend would. As a social enterprise, our focus is on providing safe spaces where we engage with tools and practices that are self-reflective, self-expressive, and promote understanding, empathy, and connectedness. All the work we do, all our services, are born out of our lived experiences and our aim is to provide safe spaces for self-discovery and self-healing.
Mithra Trust commits to maintaining a safe and brave space for the queer community and for survivors of all forms of sexual, physical, emotional, and gender-based violence.
The Meh® Sessions
Let's Discuss The Meh®
Let’s Discuss The Meh® is a safe space for those feeling The Meh®. Facilitated by Bhairavi, a psychologist with lived experience, we share our experiences, listen and hold space. Those who attend our session find a sense of belonging, hard laughter (where we laugh at the hard stuff in life) and tools they can use in their own time.
Doodles For The Meh®
Make Doodles for when you’re feeling The Meh®. Simple, practical and enjoyable doodling exercises to process the many emotions we feel. Facilitated by Adwaita Das, during this session we self-reflect, observe our thoughts and emotions, all while breathing and doodling!
Writing For The Meh®
Writing for when you’re feeling The Meh® shares writing prompts to help connect with the inner self to process emotions, channelise expression through writing. Facilitated by Adwaita Das, during this session we self-reflect, observe our thoughts and emotions, all while breathing and writing!
“I realised the power of such safe spaces. I feel rejuvenated to provide comfort and validation to those having a hard time around me.”
A participant, on Lets Discuss The Meh®
The Mithra Blog
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