I am inclined towards an eclectic approach, wherein interventions are designed to suit the needs of the individual. I borrow ideas and techniques from various schools of thought, and my main approach stems from Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Solution Focussed Approach.
Her Thoughts on Counseling
Counselling is not for people with mental health issues; Counselling is for anyone and everyone who wants to undertake a journey of transformation that helps them realise their own potential, and empowers them to tackle obstacles in their life head-on.
Why I Chose Counseling?
I chose counselling because I believe that counselling can help change the way we perceive the world, and inculcate a sense of hope and optimism in us, which empowers us to care for our mental well-being for the rest of our lives.
My style is person-centered as I believe counselling revolves around the needs of each unique individual. I use an eclectic approach with elements of Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Solution Focussed Approach.
Concerns Close To My Heart
All concerns are equally important to me. If I had to choose, I am particularly interested in empowering clients to cope with grief, loss and anger.
How I Handle Stress
Planning, being organised and prepared for any situation helps me stay relaxed. Spending time with my family and reading a good book is also an instant stress-buster!