Counseling is an intervention that can help individuals deal with the crisis by healing and offering support by reaching the core of the problem.
# Family and Child Counselling
# Premarital Counselling ( 3 day’s Session)
# Marriage Counselling
We know from many studies that the right therapeutic relationship is vital to healing in counseling. This means that it is important to find the person, both in terms of personality fit and relevant experience deals with you fairly and ethically and is upfront and clear in dealing with any questions or concerns that you might have. The counseling process refers to HOW or WHY Counseling happens and progresses. The relationship between the counselor and the client is the feelings and attitude that a client and therapist have towards one another, and the manner in which those feelings and attitudes are expressed. Counseling outcome measures might look at a general overview of symptoms, symptoms of specific disorders, or positive outcomes, such as subjective well-being or quality of life. Counseling is that process, that occurs when a client and counselor set aside time to explore difficulties which may include the stressful or emotional feelings of the client. The act of helping the client to see things more clearly, possibility, a different points of view. This can enable the client to focus on feelings, experiences, or behaviors with the goal of facilitating positive change in a client.