M.Sc in Counseling
A counselor who has a pleasant vibe! Counselor Medha is one of our cheerful faces to have around. Her aim is to help people become happier and satisfied through her counselling sessions. Her approach is simple and most effective- helping people understand their thoughts and emotions that can be channelized in the right direction.
Counseling does not only facilitate you in the process of making you happier and satisfied but also helps to be the best version of you. It explores your potentials to deal with situations better.
Psychology always intrigued me to the core. Thoughts and emotions are two simple words we use and experience in day to day life, but we often forget to realize the strength of how these two can change our life completely. I always aspired to make people realize how effective it is to channelize your thoughts emotions and feelings in the right direction and make them see a change in them.
And if you ask me why I choose this profession then my answer is: What I always aspired to do comes from this profession.
I am inclined towards cognitive behavior therapy with a client-centered approach. I believe an individual is the best therapist of his or herself with the right support and facilitation. The irrational beliefs sometimes make us feel stuck and negative; thus, CBT aspires to change those negative irrational thoughts to more rational and positive. It impacts the thoughts and also the feelings attached to those thoughts changing the perception and behavior.
I feel every concern regarding relationship be it with friends, family, romantic partner or relationship with YOURSELF brings closer to me as I genuinely believe a good support system is a blessing and if it is absent in any form it leads to distress.
Well whenever I am stressed, I seek for my support system, as it serves food to my soul. I also change my distress to EUSTRESS. I focus on things I love doing such as shopping, watching tv series such as F.R.I.E.N.D.S, going out for a walk with my earphones plugged in.
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