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Counselling is typically one-to-one Relationship where one person meets to another person to talk about problems and get some solution.

Counselling offers you a safe, confidential place to talk about your life and anything that may be confusing, painful or uncomfortable. It gives you the opportunity to talk with a professional, who can offer support, and new perspectives on your issues.

Counselling is a kind of helping/supporting hand moving towards you for your personal help. It is designed to give you the time, space and encouragement to explore and understand the issues you bring. While counselling is not a magic or an instant cure, it can clarify problems and help in their resolution.

Precaution is better than Cure. Similarly when we can not take precautionary measures for solving our problems, then we need to cure them. Counselling is that cure which we use to provide when people lost their ways.

Counselling is a very personal process. Sometimes it is necessary to talk about painful feelings or difficult decisions, so you may go through a period of feeling worse than when you started. However, counselling should enable you to feel better in the long-run.

Counselling is successful when you are able to take good and constructive action on your on behalf. When you yourself able to solve your other problems and feel motivated towards your life.

Counselling is successful when you get an internal feeling that your problem now becomes a solution. At the end of counselling you will be left with a sense of being better able to manage your personal circumstances.

  • Personal Problems
  • Low self confidence
  • Problems related to peers
  • Emotional stress
  • Relationships
  • Family issues
  • Decisions regarding career
  • Adjusting to the new environment
  • Home sickness
  • Sleep disorders
  • Loneliness
  • Time management
  • Relationship difficulties
  • Stress or depression
  • New parents facing change
  • Bringing up teenagers
  • Workplace problems
  • Exam and study stress

In general you are welcome to discuss any problem with the counsellor. Privacy is maintained in all the cases and we try our level best to help you deal with them as effectively

Yes, Counselling help us in getting our problems solved in an effective and correct manner. Counselling help us to open our mind and make us able to use our own known tricks to solve our problems and get the right way.

Human beings are sociable creatures. We all need someone to bounce our ideas off. Sometimes this is too difficult to do with family, friends or academic staff so a counsellor is the next best thing.

Something about Counsellor
The counsellor will be able to help you think about your problems from a different perspective. Their role is to provide you with a secure framework in which to reflect upon your circumstances. The aim is, that in time this will increase your awareness of yourself, your situation, and the choices that are open to you. It will also provide structure and support for you in painful and difficult times