Dr Sarmila Sinha

Dr Sarmila Sinha is a Consultant Psychiatrist, Author and Motivational speaker based in the UK. She is
a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and Fellow of the Complementary Medical Association.
She has been a Health and Well-Being Ambassador for doctors in NHS and has over 15 years of
experience as a Psychiatrist in the UK. She is the founder of Living Life Stress Free Ltd, a registered
college of the Complementary Medical Association, providing Stress Management courses, workshops
for professionals and entrepreneurs.
Dr Sinha’s latest book on Depression, titled ‘Depression, A Guide to Recovery’, is now available on
Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MMEIGa
Dr Sinha’s blogs on various health topics on the website: www.livinglifestressfree.com
Upcoming events: Keynote speaker at the Alternative-Traditional Medicine Conference to be held in
Dubai in December 2019: https://alternative-traditionalmedicine.pulsusconference.com/

An innovative 4C Approach towards Stress Management, Realise your Potential and Achieve your Dreams!

This is a motivational, stress management seminar for Professionals and Entrepreneurs – Dr Sinha
gives a brief overview of how Stress affects the body and the mind. She highlights the common causes
of Stress at Work and in Relationships. The audience will benefit by learning easy processes and steps
towards effective Stress Management, learn the 4C (Calm, Clarity, Choice and Change) strategy of
Stress Management. A huge opportunity for personal development.


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