The human mind, the way we think and feel always fascinates me. Through books and my academic years I understood the importance of mental health. While growing up, I have seen people around me helping and supporting each other and I too inherited the same. Mental health is as important as physical health and sometime the root stays inside the body, within the mind . To understand and provide effective care , I choose to become a counsellor. The thought that keeps me in this journey is , to provide a safe space which assists people from all backgrounds to grow inside-out.
Meeting individuals with stories of hope, struggle and freedom. Small moment of shared joy and weep, and moments of celebrations with them keeps me going. Sometimes a little Thank you for hearing me today also reminds me of the role I play in their lives.
Therapy journey is no one fit for all, it varies and more importantly it is a collaborative space. It is a contained relationship that work towards healing different parts of self. And healing comes with its own shape and size. In the end it like a roller coaster where all emotions are invited.
The stories of resilience and finding a part of self and rebuild the part with care and support. Something can be too small to someone however for someone else it can be their big part of life. Understanding and seeing it in client’s everyday journey has been a wonderful learning for me.
I am reliable and always keen to learn things . I keep learning and growing in the practice from people I work with , through supervision and therapy. I have worked with diverse people and didn’t restricted myself to take up new skills and opportunities which I do appreciate within me.
I work with adults , couples and families . In past I have worked with children too. The areas of concerns I address in counselling are emotional distress and anxiety , relationship concerns and life changes , trauma and impact of trauma , grief and loss , along with self awareness and work life balance.
During sessions, I bring a trauma sensitive lens and systemic lens , addresses factors that impacts a person’s understanding of self and relationships. An eclectic approach further allows some of the effective approaches to assist client’s needs and help in interventions such as person-centered therapy, cognitive behavioural techniques, emotional-focused therapy , and narrative practices- aim to separate the individual from the problem . I personally believe in body work and introduces play and art too as modalities to connect with mind and body.
I share my opinions and advocate for queer and trans folx mental health via different platforms. To work ethical and with adequate knowledge I have taken courses and keep reading to provide a safe space to people I work. My pervious work experiences also assisted me to bring affirmative work with queer and trans folx.
The Quote Yogeshwari Resonates With
As healers, we may sometimes forget the brilliance of ordinary people in healing themselves and the people they love
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