For me, I’ve grown up with counsellors around me, my mother, elder sister and uncle. However, being a counsellor for me has been rewarding and fulfilling. Helping others for me as a counsellor provided me the opportunity to make a positive impact on my client’s lives and help them overcome challenges and improve their well-being.
Also importantly, my work gives me space for personal growth: Working in counselling often requires self-reflection and continual personal and professional development. I do engage myself in the same.
My aim is to create the following space for my clients:
I also want my clients to be self- sufficient even if they are not in therapy. My tools and techniques revolve around this. I’ve seen effectivity of these tools on more than 100+ clients.
I work on the following:
Personal growth and self-improvement: I work with clients who want to make positive changes in their lives and reach their full potential.
Relationships: I help the clients improve their relationships with friends, family, and romantic partners.
Mental health disorders: I work with clients who have a wide range of mental health conditions, such as anxiety, depression, PTSD, or eating disorders.
Trauma: I work with clients who have experienced traumatic events and help them process and heal from their experiences.
Life transitions: I help clients navigate major life transitions, such as divorce, retirement, or becoming a parent.
Substance abuse: I work with clients who struggle with substance abuse or addiction.
Grief and loss: I help clients navigate the grieving process and find ways to cope with loss.
Career and work-related issues: I work with clients who are facing challenges in their careers or work environment.
My approach is dependent on my client’s needs and healing. My aim is to explore the unconscious thoughts, feelings, and behaviours, helping to gain insight into a person’s emotional struggles, focuses on changing negative patterns of thought and behaviour.
I often, find clients struggling with their everyday problems, hence I do focus on finding practical solutions along with the client’s current problems for better coping mechanism. Procrastination and distraction has been one of the major setback of our world, time and again incorporating mindfulness techniques have helped people manage their life better.
We cannot remove a person from the society or family, addressing family dynamics and patterns of communication that may be contributing to a client’s emotional struggles.
The massive goal is to persistently work on development of empathy, self-discovery, and personal growth.
You will not know, unless you give it a try.
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