My life purpose is to be there for people who really need genuine support, and my profession/work is greatly aligned with that. Practicing therapy and counselling combines my passion and profession.
The most exciting thing for me as a therapist/counsellor is developing a safe, trustworthy client-therapist relationship, which is the core of any therapy. The process of understanding a person from their perspective and creating a space, and aura where a person can comfortably express themselves is really wonderful because it makes us keep faith in human connections.
As a therapist, I believe in making my clients feel easy and familiar with the therapeutic alliance by discussing the confidentiality clause and therapy approach before I dive into taking an in-depth history of their symptoms.
We can never understand any process completely before experiencing it. Everyone possesses their perception and idea of therapy. Do your research and be familiar with the idea of taking therapy. You can have an introductory call with a couple of therapists to get an idea about their credentials, experience, and approach before booking an appointment.
The therapy process is not about talking and listening it is about understanding and exploring. When you approach a trained and experienced therapist/counsellor they will answer your all queries about therapy and help you to understand the process before starting actual therapeutic work with you.
Going to therapy is the practice of self-compassion and self-care. Try it out!
The quality of the client-therapist relationship is the leading factor in determining treatment success. I have learned from my professional experience that acceptance and empathy are the core of any therapy. I always try to make my client feel heard, seen, understood, and accepted.
It is a collaborative work. I make sure that my and my client’s therapy goals are aligned. I never make my client completely dependent on me or the therapy process. I believe in empowering them with an understanding of their inner experiences and healthy strategies so they can manage their current and future circumstances effectively.
Population: I deal with people coming from different walks of life.
Age group: I work with children, teens, and adults.
Areas of concern: Anxiety issues, Depression and Mood disorders, Sleep and eating disorders, Existantial crisis, Body dysmorphia and Body image issues, Adjustment issues, Trauma and Grief counselling, Psychosomatic issues, Relationship problems, Parent counselling, Examination anxiety and Academic stress, Bullying, and other student life-related issues.
I also conduct group training sessions with young adults and adults on various topics.
I use an ‘Eclectic Approach’ in my therapy where I focus on using different therapeutic techniques as per the requirement of the case.
I try to understand my clients through ‘Person-Centred Umbrella’, and I believe every client has the potential to grow and self-actualise, and the role of a therapist is to be genuine and provide a non-judgemental acceptance and empathetic environment for healing and change.
I am a ‘Queer Affirmative’ therapist and I accept my clients with their most authentic selves.
I assess my cases through ‘Trauma-Informed Lens’, which means understanding and acknowledging the impact of trauma on a person’s life, body, and brain.
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