FAQs

Often we are asked as to what is counseling, who needs counseling and why counseling. The following sections will cover most of them.


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Counseling is a therapeutic process by encouraging someone to just talk. Many derive great benefit from this process by talking their minds out and sharing openly and traversing through their own inwards that were left unexplored. This is a non-threatening and a safe process that often brings about greater insight and awareness about oneself and helps positive transition in a person’s life. More


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Any one may - to gain coping skills, to address a currently daunting problem, to outgrow from their fears and anxieties, to gain insight into their own selves and improve their own lives positively, to get the vehicle of their lives out of the rut or the muddle that is stuck in, to better their relationship with their partners and colleagues, the list can be endless – in short to address just about any issue that one finds it difficult to cope with.


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All that transpires between you and the counselor will be kept confidential, unless there is a life threatening situation.


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Thought for the day

Consider how much more you often suffer from your anger and grief, than from those very things for which you are angry and grieved.
-- Marcus Antonius