Psychotherapy and Counselling

Individual Psychotherapy

Interventions including various psychotherapies of different modalities: Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, Behavioral Therapy and Relaxation Techniques, Supportive Therapy, Mindfulness , etc. is referred to and scientifically used for symptom reduction, grief management, assistance in distress and so on. 

Couple and Family Therapy

Couple Therapy or Relationship Counselling is for any two people involved romantically to overcome challenges and gain insight about their relationship which consequently helps in resolving conflicts and relationship satisfaction. A couple facing a stressful phase in their relationship presently, or having trouble with accepting past issues or just looking to prevent distress in their relationship – all will benefit from couple therapy. It can address concerns ranging from emotional distance, financial problems, parenting conflicts, sexual troubles, infertility, use of substance and so on. 

Family Therapy focuses on the behaviors of the family members and the affect of these behaviors on individual  members as well as the quality of their relationships; also addressing the family as a unit. Family therapy  may also encompass individual or couple therapy among the family to address necessary concerns.  Focus in family therapy sessions can range with parental and child conflict, sibling rivalry, grief, relationship challenges, behavioral problems, or supporting a family member suffering from a mental illness, and so on.

Group Therapy and Support Groups

Group therapy and support groups are a form of psychotherapy that involves one or more therapists working with several people at the same time. Hearing from others with similar issues helps you see that you’re not alone in having challenges. You get a wider range of perspectives on your situation, which consequently helps you in dealing with your problems better. Success stories or achievement stories from members in the group can inspire in overcoming struggles. Support Groups for Substance Use, Anxiety, Panic Attacks, for Caregivers of Mentally ill patients, Survivors of Sexual Abuse, Women undergoing, Menopause, Patients suffering from terminal illness are some areas we are open to forming support groups or organise group therapies for.