Therapy comes from the greek work therapeia which means healing.
Thus psychotherapy means healing of the psyche or the mind.In contrast to the symptomatic treatment of psychiatrist psychotherapy aims to understand “why” and not just the “what” of a person’s problems. It aims to heal the emotional wounds that give rise to the symptoms!
Psychotherapists help people to overcome stress, emotional and relationship problems or troublesome habits.
Therapy or counselling is a process of growth.
Our mind is constantly evolving and growing , adapting and incorporating.To me therapy is a process of personal growth and healing of emotional wounds through a therapeutic relationship with a professional who provides unconditional positive regard and empathic understanding of your inner world.
We accept you how you are for who you are. We provide you a place to be the real you without judgements and a promise to accept you in your wholeness. We believe that “Something is not wrong with you … something wrong happened to you”.
“You are not a disorder, but a victim of it”
The aim is to help elevate the distress that you go through and heal you and equip you with skills to not let yourself be vulnerable to similar problems in the future.My approach to therapy is Eclectic.
Which implies that we respect everyone’s individuality and personalise the process as per everyone’s unique needs.
With an overall Person-Centred Approach where we provide you with a safe haven to talk freely about you problems and express the real you !
Cognitive behavioural techniques, active directive methods, relaxation techniques, mindfulness techniques are applied during the course of therapy as n when need arises.
At the same time the therapist is also analytically informed.Remember the process of therapy as that of change is difficult and we are there for you every step of the way – UNCONDITIONALLY !