Counselling services focus on how people function both personally and in their relationships at all ages.Counselling can be seen like an educational experience, the client learns the following skills to be able to lead a better life :-

  • Greater self -acceptance and improved self esteem

  • Ability to manage stress effectively

  • Enhance his/her confidence and improved decision- making skills

  • Better understanding and acceptance of feelings, emotions and breakdowns

  • Relief from depression, anxiety, grief, traumas and other mental health conditions

  • Ability to transform self-damaging behaviours

  • Improved problem solving and conflict resolution abilities.


    Depression is classified as a mood disorder and approximately affects 8-10 percent of the population across all ages and genders.

    Depression is experienced in different ways by different people and usually interferes with one’s daily functioning, efficiency, their ability or inability to socially interact with people and peers, eat, drink, even renders that person incapable of going to work, or being functional at it. Resulting in loss of time and productivity an thereby affecting their self esteem and confidence. It takes the biggest toll on one’s relationships and pushes the person into darkness and loneliness.

    Different people may experience different types of depressive symptoms, degree of depression. However, it can be very worrying and restricting if left unaddressed and untreated. Feelings of sadness and gloom, if are being experienced on a regular basis and breakdowns are happening often, lasting over a long period of time, the person is most probably depressed.


    Depression Symptoms to look out for

    • Sleep disturbances

    • Feeling anxious and restless

    • Lack of pleasure in almost everything

    • Apathy

    • Poor concentration

    • Eating disturbances

    • Poor personal hygiene

    • Thoughts of death and suicide

    • Hopelessness and empty feeling

    • Feeling of disconnect

    • Low self esteem

    • Worrying

    • Crying spells which are unexplained

    • Feeling of worthlessness and inappropriate guilt

    • Significant weight loss or weight gain

    • Digestive issues

    • Reduction of physical movement.

    • Fatigue and loss of energy.

  • Anxiety and panic attacks

    Anxiety is our body’s natural response to stress or anything that seems unpleasant. Anxiety rests in the future and anything that is we deem to be happening in the coming times and which is causing worry is termed as anxiety.

    When these fears, thoughts and apprehensions last or persist for a long time and also start interfering with our day to day functioning, these could be signs of an anxiety disorder. The feelings of fear and stress stay with the person or get triggered very easily, impairing his or her functionality as these feelings start getting very intense. Anxiety is an emotional disorder which prevents us from doing our tasks, meeting people and generally being fully functional and if left untreated keeps getting worse.

    The good news is that it can be controlled, is treatable and we can get better with some simple interventions and of course regression therapy is a very potent tool to heal from it.

    Some of the commonly seen symptoms seen are:

    • Shortness of breath

    • Increased heart beat

    • Sweaty hands

    • Restlessness

    • Uncontrolled thoughts

    • Concentration issues

    • Discomfort in the pit of the stomach or chest constrictions

    • Dizziness 

    • Rapid breathing

    • Choking

    • Hot flushes

    • Worry and panic attacks

    • Sleep difficulties

    • Dread

    However, symptoms vary from person to person.


    Trauma is our response to some very distressing and disturbing events that inhibit our ability to cope with the evets and render us helpless. 

    It debilitates our emotional, social, physical, cognitive well -being and abilities.

    Any event which is experienced or perceived as life threatening to ourselves or that for others, our loved ones especially can create the feelings of trauma in a person.

    Events like betrayal, physical or emotional abuse, loss of a loved one etc area trauma inducing events.

    It overwhelms us and can cause physical harm, sometimes our life or the even pose a risk to the safety of someone else, it leaves us feeling vulnerable and impacts our nervous system among the many other difficulties.

    Some incidents which can trigger Trauma are 

    • War or terrorism

    • Victims of crime

    • Witnessing crime

    • Natural disasters

    • Sexual abuse

    • Physical or emotional abuse

    • Neglect

    • Accidents

    • Pandemics

    • Sudden deaths

    • Prolonged illness, often resulting in death

    • Death or suffering of a loved one.

    • Care taking of a loved one 

    Therapy has the immense potential to treat and cure the many mental health issues we experience in our life time.


    Children and adolescents experience a many mix of emotions and feelings as they are growing up, learning social skills and are also developing their emotional quotients. Each phase of a child’s development brings unique challenges and difficulties for children and teens.

    They may be struggling with body image issues, conflict at home, may be struggling emotionally, physically, socially etc. They may be acting aggressively or exhibiting reckless behaviour or simply being defiant. They could be abusing drugs or substances, could be battling a variety of mental health issues. Such breakdowns almost always interfere with their sense of security and well being and thus cause many hurdles in their social intellectual and emotional developments. Here therapy can be a very potent tool to overcome these difficulties.

    The focus in therapy is placed on identifying the underlying problems which are inhibiting their development and thereby bring in lasting changes in behaviour and overall well- being.

  • Grief Counselling

    Grief is an inevitable, inescapable part of life. It is a natural response to losing someone we care about or deeply love.

    Everyone’s experience of grief and bereavement is very individual and personal, affecting each one differently. When the emotions become too intense and you feel stagnated and unable to function or cope with day to day life then it becomes important to seek help of a therapist.

    Grief comes up not only as sadness, it can even show up as guilt, yearning, anger and regret.


    Anger usually is considered a completely normal, healthy human response, emotion to situations. But when it starts getting out of control and turns destructive it leads to multiple problems – such as problems at work place, breakdowns in inter personal relationships and impacting the overall quality of life. Passive aggressive behaviour, screaming, shouting and violent outbursts are signs of acute and uncontrollable anger.


    While being parents is an absolute joy and an exhilarating experience it is also one of the biggest and the most important challenges. It can be very an overwhelming and exhausting experience.

    I as a parent coach aim and intend to help parents create a healthy, happy life for themselves and their children.

    As a coach I help parents discover an identify their strengths as well as certain areas that need to be worked upon. One does not need to be a new parent to take coaching it can be very transformative for both the parent and the child at any age and stage.

    Coaching is about providing the tools to raise responsible and happy adults out of children and it starts by becoming a role model for them as they are constantly mirroring from you.

    You, the parent and I, the coach together can create new ways to recognize your immense potential that you as parents possess to create and chalk out a meaningful and a happier life for yourself and your children. You are allowed to ask for help.

  • Effective studying techniques

    Hypnotherapy is an effective tool in psychotherapy and is widely used in counselling sessions
    and during interventions. It assists in people being able to explore painful feelings, thoughts and
    past memories which have remained hidden form our conscious awareness. It works well with
    the subconscious mind where the subconscious state is very receptive to suggestions and inputs
    which are then made into real behaviour changes.

    “ Most people walk through the world in a trance of disempowerment , our work is to trans
    from that state into a trance of empowerment”.

    Dr Milton H . Erickson



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