Counselling

Individual Counselling

Individual Counselling
Individual counselling focuses on such issues as depression, anxiety, panic disorders, phobias, communication issues, stress management, substance abuse recovery, loss, meaning-of-life-issues, handling grief, forgiveness issues, emotional issues, sexual assault, abuse, family violence, anger management, coping and more.

Couple Counselling

Couple Counselling

Couple counselling deals with the married as well as unmarried couples. It can help the couples to recognize and address the destructive patterns of relating; conflict and communication can be improved; new relation skills can be learned; impact of change and loss can be examined; relationships can become more successful.

Family Counselling

Family Counselling

Family counselling is the counselling that is directed towards family issues and problems. It helps families to understand and cope better with the stresses and strains of family life. It helps the whole family by helping everyone to say how they are feeling. It can help in reducing conflict which means fewer rows at home and can help everyone cope better with their situation.

Parent Counselling

Parent Counselling

Parent counselling deals with the problems of the parents with their kids; but during these sessions only parents are called. It is a brief process, however they are welcome to come as long as they want to in order to resolve all heir issues and receive on going support for any aspect of their family life.

Child Counselling

 
Child Counselling
Child counselling and adolescent counselling is very similar to adult counselling only. Parents are actively involved.

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