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DSM-V Criteria for BPD

In the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM-V) diagnosis of BPD is based on (1) a pervasive pattern of instability of interpersonal relationship, self-image, and affects and (2) marked impulsivity beginning by early adulthood and present in a variety of contexts Frantic efforts to avoid real or imagined abandonment; this does not include suicidal or self-mutilating […]

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NHTC Training Material

Dissemination of training material updates

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Nepal Covid-19 tally: 3,108 new cases, 1,595 recoveries, 25 deaths in 24 hours

The Ministry of Health and Population has informed that the country’s Covid-19 tally has reached 721,617 as of Tuesday afternoon. The ministry 3,108 new cases were confirmed in the country in the past 24 hours. In this period, 8,836 swab samples were tested in the RT-PCR method, of which 2,202 returned positive. Likewise, 4,299 people […]

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Nepal budget 2021/22: 9 things you should know

The ongoing lockdown, officially the prohibitory order, imposed in the Kathmandu valley has been extended by one week–up to June 3. In addition to the previous orders, the chief district officers have ordered the closure of groceries including grocery sections of department stores, but the shops of vegetables and fruits, dairy products, and meat would […]

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Covid-19 Nepal and Kathmandu lockdown: A couple’s story of the forgettable wedding that they can never forget

Covid-19 Nepal: Counsellors say lockdown takes its toll on even youth and children’s mental health On a late Sunday night, Richa [name changed] reached out to her friend. Hyperventilating, she called her friend and explained she was having an anxiety attack. Richa had been experiencing such attacks quite frequently in this lockdown overthinking and doubts […]

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Covid-19 Nepal: Counsellors say lockdown takes its toll on even youth and children’s mental health

On a late Sunday night, Richa [name changed] reached out to her friend. Hyperventilating, she called her friend and explained she was having an anxiety attack. Richa had been experiencing such attacks quite frequently in this lockdown overthinking and doubts regarding her career and life choices were more abundant. Her friend advised her to seek […]

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