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What is Counselling and Therapy?
It is a process that enables a person to sort out issues and reach decisions affecting their life. Often counselling/therapy is sought out replica watches uk at times of change or crisis, it need not be so, however, as it can also help us at any time of our life. Counselling/therapy involves talking with a person in a way that helps to solve a problem or helps to create conditions that will make the person to understand and/or improve his behaviour, character, values or life circumstances.

Sessions are often rolex replica performed face-to-face in confidential between the counselor/therapist and client. However, it can also be undertaken by telephone, in writing by email or video conferencing.

It can and may take many different formats to bring a person to a better understanding of themselves and others. It can therefore be seen that counselling can be of benefit to a person experiencing problems in finding, forming, and maintaining relationships.
Relationship counselling is not about giving advice. It is about helping and supporting a person to find an understanding and answers that work for that person. It is a friendly, supportive and positive approach to personal development.

Many people seeking counselling/therapy have problems or past experiences in their life, which they find difficult to overcome. These experiences and problems prevent the person moving forward in their life. Therapy helps the person face the effects of past experiences and seek ways to overcome them.
Clients usually find Therapy a very liberating and empowering experience. That is not to say that they do not feel nervous or daunted when first approaching a counselor, they do! However, the process and the feeling afterwards, are usually very positive and beneficial.

Counselling/therapy may take time to work, depending upon the nature and number of problems being presented by the client. Sometimes, a single or a few sessions are all that is needed. At other times, longer periods, possibly months or up to a couple of years may be needed. The counselor/therapist is there throughout to assist the client in their development.

How do I know if I need therapy?
Counselling may be appropriate if you are feeling anxious, depressed, or unfulfilled in any sense and nothing seems to help. You may have tried to cope with your problems on your own, but without success. Counselling and therapy can help you develop the necessary coping skills and can provide you with a set of new strategies you can apply to make your problem manageable. When problems or feelings interfere with life, career or relationships, it is advisable to seek help.
How do I get started?
First, you need to contact us by email or phone (+91 9350311774). An appointment will be made as soon as possible, normally within the week. Appointments can be scheduled from 11 am until 7 pm, Monday to Friday. Our first appointment would be spent discussing your present situation and any concerns you have about therapy. We will decide whether therapy is appropriate for you, and if we would like to work together.
How long can I expect to be in the therapy?
The length of treatment is dependent on the severity of the problem and how well you respond to therapy. After an initial consultation and assessment of presenting problem, our therapist will be able to estimate how many sessions may be required.
What would my commitment be?
Therapy is a major commitment, in terms of both time and money. The sessions last for more than an hour once a week or so depending on the issue. As a client you are also expected to do some tasks or in between session activities that serve as practice using the new skills and abilities outside of the therapeutic setting. Research demonstrates that clients who carry out homework assignment get better faster and stay better longer. Your self-help homework might include keeping track of your moods, thoughts and behaviours, scheduling activities, developing goals, challenging your negative thoughts, changing the way you communicate with others or whatever is deemed necessary for your specific problem.
What are the possible benefits of counselling or therapy?
The main benefit is that it helps you to have a life which you can more fully enjoy and appreciate. It can help you to become the sort of person you want to be. It can also help you to more deeply enjoy your important relationships.
You might use therapy to:

  • feel better about yourself

  • feel more at peace, more comfortable, or more secure in the world

  • feel more successfully (and more joyfully) connected with others (including your spouse/partner)

  • reduce stress (which promotes physical health too)

  • work with a skilled, and compassionate professional toswiss replica watches identify your goals(those which can support the kind of life you would like to have)

  • learn new behaviors and/or responses which can help you to achieve your goals
Is therapy confidential?
All personal information is treated in the strictest confidence and remains confidential to us. This is crucial for you to feel able to trust the services, knowing that it is safe to talk openly about what is happening.
...My therapist helped me to gain the confidence to confront certain people and situations that I would never have done otherwise... above all I built up my self-confidence and self-esteem
– Radhika, an entrepreneur