Is There a Way out?

Having a good life on earth may seem impossible to many when they face difficulties. During these times, it matters a lot when they come across someone who can help them. Psychologist Sigmund Freud says, “Unexpressed emotions will never die. They are buried alive and will come forth later in uglier ways.”

Having a low self-regard can lead people to become depressed, to fall short of their potential, or to tolerate abusive situations and relationships. But on the other side, too much of self- regard results in over-sense of power and an inability to learn from failures.

Ancy Joe helps her clients build up good self-esteem and deal with mind issues through counselling. She gives educational and career counselling for students, parental counselling for good parenting, premarital counselling for single adults and marital counselling for married couples, and counselling for suicidal tendencies, teenage problems, trauma, etc. Other than that, she addresses the following issues:

Adjustment Disorders: If the person’s reaction is considered maladaptive, if he or she is unable to function as usual, or if the person’s reactions to a particular stressful event is excessive, they are having adjustment disorders.

Anger Management: Anger is a destructive emotion that can affect with your mental and physical health. You may have to deal with your anger not by ignoring or suppressing it.

Anxiety: It is a complex blend of unpleasant emotions and cognitions that are more oriented to the future and much more complicated than fear. Anxiety may create a strong tendency to avoid situations where danger might be encountered.

Depression: If the disturbances of mood and emotions are intense and persistent enough to be clearly maladaptive, it often leads to depression which causes problems in relationships and performance.

Intrapersonal Skills/Interpersonal Skills: The ability to cooperate, communicate thought and feeling, adopt appropriate social responsibilities, or exhibit suitable flexibility qualify a person to be able to carry on effective relationships with others.

Panic Attacks: It is a basic emotion that involves activation of the ‘fight or flight’ response of the sympathetic nervous system.

Phobia: It is a persistent and disproportionate fear of some specific object or situation that presents little or no actual danger and yet leads to a great deal of avoidance of these feared situations.