Shivakshi

Shivakshi

M.Sc Psychological Counseling

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Online

(Call / Chat / Video)

Our wounds are often the openings into the best and most beautiful part of us.

Approach

I love to use a blend of various therapeutic skills and counseling techniques of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy, Rogerian Therapy, Narrative Therapy, and Grief Therapy. The ultimate goal is to help the client realize that they are their own experts.

Her Thoughts on Counseling

I believe counseling and therapy should be as mandatory as a regular routine, health checkup, every once in a while. It helps you to become more aware, holistic and a self-actualized individual, who has access to one's full potential.

Why I Chose Counseling?

The idea of the mind-body relationship has always been captivating for me! For me, if you win the battle inside your mind, and with your thoughts, you can achieve anything in your life. I believe that thoughts do become things.

Therapy Style

Every person, every concern is unique and no one style can fit all. A tailor-made approach, which helps the individual to understand their concern better from their own perspective is what I go for. A scientist would view the world rationally whereas a poet would find emotions and love in the air more often than not, hence their understanding of the world and their own lives cannot be put on the same pedestal. Thus, using analogies and illustrations from their world is what intrigues me as a therapist!

Concerns Close To My Heart

Knowing that a broken heart was healed, a person going through years of trauma is now finally at peace, relationships were repaired, a balanced and tranquil connection was established with oneself- are the most gratifying and unworldly feelings as a therapist.

How I Handle Stress

I prefer mindful exercises, like meditating and connecting with oneself. It gives me a sense of balance and spiritual connect. Meanwhile, I also, love to splash colors on a blank canvas which helps me attaining calm in times of emotional distress.



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