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1. What is therapy?


Therapy is a form of treatment that helps individuals or groups by relieving emotional distress and multiple mental health issues.

2. How does a therapy session go?

Therapy involves talking out one’s thoughts and feelings, within a safe and non-judgmental environment. Therapy is a process and it entails finding the root cause of the problem and addressing it at the root cause level.

3. How does therapy help?


Therapy helps you handle your stressful situations from stress and anxiety to professional struggles, anger and mood problems, and dissatisfaction in relationships in healthier ways. It also helps you understand yourself and your patterns better. It helps you learn new useful skills. You can discuss, analyze, and understand your blockages and get clarity about the things not helping you in your progress. It helps you clarify your issues, explore options, develop strategies using simple yet effective tools and techniques. It’s a place to feel safe to share about yourself without getting judged.


4. Will I become dependent on therapy?

No, because the aim of therapy is to empower an individual and help them become independent. The process teaches you the skills you can continue use on your own, to live a happier life, feeling more fulfilled every day. It is also a support system that is there when you need it. 


5. How does life coaching help?


Life coaching helps anyone in their careers, relationships & day-to-day lives. The benefits that anyone will experience depend on the person’s specific goals.

Common areas in which clients improve are,


  • Identifying goals, limiting beliefs & any other challenges

  • Obtaining work-life balance

  • Building healthy relationships personally & professionally

  • Effective communication

  • Decision making

  • Overall productivity


6. For what issues should I get in touch with a therapist or a life coach?


Issues like restlessness, low self-esteem, low confidence, stagnant growth, work-life imbalance, anxiety & stress, suicidal thoughts, eating disorders, addictions, identity issues, anger, grief or others. You can schedule a session even if you aren't able to figure out.


7. Can kids talk to a therapist?


Yes, for sure.


          8. Are parents involved when kids are counselled?


             Yes, parents are definitely involved.

9. Who should go for therapy?


   You & me & everyone because all of us have issues and we get stuck sometimes. We need to sort our issues out to be       able to grow in life.

10. Is counselling or therapy only for mental health issues?


Counselling or therapy is like your emotional health check-up. Just like a physical health check-up, an emotional health check-up is important for our well-being, growth & success.



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