According to Carl Rogers, characteristics of fully functioning person are awareness of all experience, freshness of appreciation for all experiences, trust in one’s own behaviour and feelings, freedom of choice without inhibitions, creativity and spontaneity, continual need to grow and strive to maximize one’s potential.
During the counselling process, the counsellor helps the clients to do self- awareness and understand the areas of improvement to build a constructive life.
Parenting is the process of taking care of children until they are old enough to take care of themselves – the things that parents do to raise a child. Parental Counselling helps parents to ensure children’s health and safety, prepare children for life as productive adults, and convey cultural and moral values. A high-quality parent-child relationship is critical for healthy development of children.
Adolescence is a major transitional period. It is the starting point of physical, sexual, mental, emotional, social and legal maturity. Hence it can also be a problem period. During this time of unrealism, adolescents are in search of self-identity. They face peer group influence and build a particular moral code along with inner control of behaviour. They undergo changes in social behaviour, social groupings and social values. They also develop some common personal, social, religious, educational and recreational interests. Adolescent counselling helps them to know the present issues and therapy can be a safe space in which to address the thoughts, feelings, and emotions experienced.
Premarital Counselling is a type of counselling that helps couples prepare for marriage. It helps singles who are getting ready to marry to make sure that they and their partner have a strong, healthy relationship in order to have a stable and sustaining marriage. Premarital Counselling can also help them to find strengths and weaknesses that could become major elements during their marriage.
Marital Counselling helps married couples to strengthen their bonds and gain a better understanding of each other as well as to handle difficulties like communication problems, sexual difficulties, conflicts about child rearing or blended families, abuse, financial problems, anger, moral problems, etc.
Relationship with parents, spouse, children or friends is an important part of life which enrich lives and offer vital social interaction. Relationships are, however, incredibly complex and how one deals with them can have a significant impact on mental well-being. Interpersonal Counselling primarily focuses on the way relationships affect and also how other mental health difficulties can affect one’s relationships.
Counselling for Clinical Disorders
Counsellor provides counselling for adjustment disorders, anger management, anxiety, depression, eating disorder, mood disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder, panic attacks,phobia, psychosomatic disorders, stressful thoughts,suicidal tendencies, teenage problems, women’s Issues that will work for each and every client, along with referrals from doctors.
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Behavioural Therapy, Client -Centered Therapy, Existential Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, Psycho dynamic Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Reality Therapy, Relaxation Therapy, Family Systems Therapy