Monthly Archives: January 2015
Telephonic counselling and psychotherapy is conducted through telephonic means such as landline connection or mobile phones. Once you book your appointment with your psychologist you will receive a confirmation mail for the booked session. You will receive a call from … Continue reading
Counselling and Psychotherapy using email services is a very good alternative for those who cannot manage their time in day hours or the required time. In this type of counselling clients can book their appointment with their psychologist and book … Continue reading
Frequent forgetting or memory problems leading to daily life hazards
Depression Anxiety/stress Phobias Obsessive compulsive disorder (repeatedly doing things that are against your own will/wish like repeated hand washing, lock checking etc.) Adjustment disorder Somatoform disorder (physical complaints like multiple pains and nausea etc. in absence of any such medical … Continue reading
Poor attention and concentration Hyperactivity Stealing and lying behaviour Separation anxiety Social anxiety Examination fear/anxiety Enuresis (Bed wetting in children) Dyslexia (Poor reading and writing skills) Academic decline/failure Poor time management Excessive shyness Increased aggression Maladjustment in school Difficulty in … Continue reading
I wanted to thank you for your tremendous support and attention this year. You were instrumental in assisting me in my recovery and development. I look forward to continuing working with you.
Thank you – in a big way. I’m struggling to find the words to express my gratitude. Thank you for helping me find my smile again and teaching me about how to pursue real happiness.
I found the entire experience very beneficial. The counselling resulted in noticeable changes in my attitude and behaviour, so in this light I found the service highly effective.
Facts of mental Illness