Wanting ‘happiness’ is a factor that motivates human behaviour universally. Our goal is to help our clients achieve a disturbance free living, by helping people to identify their personal meaning to ‘happiness’, their life goals and to help examine barriers where individuals get blocked from achieving them. Our objective is to enhance problem solving skills that bring solutions not just from a short term problem perspective but also from a long term perspective for clients who approach and entrust us with their mental faculties. We work with all age groups and help our clients to align as much as possible with their states of inner equilibrium for healthy functioning.
We employ Rational Emotive Cognitive Behavior Therapy [RECBT] in Cognitive Psychotherapy. The professional ethics followed in counseling & psychotherapy are in accordance with guidelines given by the American Psychological Association [APA].
In- Office Counseling – You can book an appointment with us here on our Calendar or you can call us to schedule your session with us at our office.
Online Counseling – Want the earliest appointment but don’t have the time to travel? Here’s a one-click solution. You can now request your appointment directly on our Calendar and it will be followed up by our team shortly thereafter during business hours!
- Depression and/or Suicidal Tendencies – a prolonged “low” state, interfering with the ability to attend to regular affairs and/or wanting to end one’s life
- Anxiety Issues – tension or fear resulting in avoidance behaviours or panic reactions, interfering with regular tasks
- Anger Management – a tendency to exhibit extreme rage, persistent upsets and frustrations
- Relationship Concerns – pre-marital, marital, & extra-marital love and intimacy issues or friendships & family feuds that are causing stress
- Adjustment Problems – with a family, a new environment, a relationship, a workplace, friends or culture
- Financial Concerns – Struggles with monetary decisions
- Workplace Related Issues – unable to handle work related stressors, having concerns with seniors, subordinates or colleagues
- Age Related Concerns – post retirement issues, suffering with self esteem concerns, addictions, loneliness, illness or abandonment
- Behavioural or Academic Concerns of Children & Young Adolescents – hostility, inability to study, aggressive behaviours, compulsive lying, general mood swings observed, adjustment issues, hyperactivity or poor self confidence/ image
- Emotional Disturbances faced by Specially Abled – suffering from lack of confidence or anger, hostility, guilt or any other emotional disturbance
- Stress Intolerance – feeling “overwhelmed” at most times and not knowing how to handle life pressures, suffering from concentration issues, losing interest, or feeling mentally taxed
- Self image and confidence issues – grappling with self-confidence issues & overcoming ‘self-hate’ because of an impoverished self image or an exaggerated sense of self that may be understood as over-confidence
- Death and Grief Counseling – dealing with death or fatal illness, loss of a loved one
- Terminal Illness Related Disturbances – dealing with illnesses like Cancer or AIDS or other long term illnesses
- Trauma – unable to come to terms with reality after having experienced a traumatic event
- Addiction – unable to give up a habit, which might be causing harm to physical or emotional health [alcoholism, drugs, obsessive internet surfing, procrastination, dependant behaviours and others observed to be acting as impediments to functioning]
- Procrastination – Putting off work for later in a consistent manner that may be bringing emotional distress, inability to manage time
- Abuse – any experience of abuse [physical/mental/sexual/verbal], seeking support & recovery
- Sex Related Concerns – sexual attitudes that may be affecting healthy, satisfactory sex and enjoyment or anxiety related to one’s sexuality, approaches to sex and sexual engagement
- Parenting – concerns with children, feelings of inadequacy, confusions, dealing with pressures
We also believe in providing assisted therapy and supportive interventions to groups and communities.
- Addiction Intervention Groups
- Depression and Suicide Prevention Groups
- Community Support Groups for Terminal Illnesses
- Geriatric Support Groups
- Support Groups for Abuse Victims
- Women’s Empowerment Groups
- Child Empowerment Groups
- NGOs Working with Various Causes