The term "mental health" refers to being emotionally, psychologically, and socially healthy. It affects our feelings, beliefs, and behaviour. It affects our ability to handle stress, engage with others, and make wise decisions. Mental wellness is essential at every stage of life, from childhood and adolescence to adulthood. As a result, self-esteem is increased, anxiety is decreased, coping skills are strengthened, and community and social functioning are all improved. In addition, supportive psychotherapy aids clients in addressing problems associated with their mental health illnesses, which impact the rest of their lives: Dr Ruchi Singh Sr., Resident department of psychology NIIMS, shares seven majorly used mental health therapies.