Therapeutic counselling is a client-centered process done with the support of a skilled therapist to help you to heal the problematic behaviors, fears, anxiety, relationship issues, learning problems, sleeplessness, addictions, anger, or any other psychological issues. The model and approach of counselling will be entirely different (not like advice), and that will enhance your self-confidence and mental stability. The whole counselling process will be confidential. The entire procedure is emphasized on five key elements. Rapport building, the therapist builds a healthy and empathetic relationship with the client and listens attentively about the client’s issues and feelings. The next step is ascertaining the impact of their problems in their life. The therapist will do the confrontation and helps the client to explore the possible solution to the problem and goal of life at large. This will help the client to create a clear picture of methods and changes in their behavioral pattern to attain the solution. The number of sessions depends on the severity of the issue. Even after the completion of the counselling the therapist usually instructs the client to appear for the follow-up sessions to ascertain whether any lapses occurred.
Pre-Book Your Counselling Session
The Client has to book your counselling session in advance. You will be informed of a suitable time and the client has to appear at the time. Make sure the atmosphere is noise-free for an effective session.
Duration of the Session
The session lasts normally from 1.30 hours to 2 hours but depends on the needs of the client the duration is subject to change.
Mrs. Thressia N John is well expertise at handling all sorts of psychological issues among every age group. With a caring and compassionate attitude, she renders to her patients and helps them feel relieved at the clinic. She possesses practicable experience on psychological issues like mobile phone addictions, phobias, sleeplessness, irritability, anxiety disorder, learning problems, relationship issues, anti-social behaviors, family counseling, etc.