Psychological counseling aims to help people who seek help in order to manage their road blocks to general well-being. These road blocks can be seen as thinking patterns, behavioral and emotional issues that can lead to psychological and physical ill health.
Who can benefit from Counseling?
Anyone, anywhere of any age can seek this help; as for example people suffering from anxiety or depression, having adjustment issues, family conflicts, personality problems or day to day issues of either personal or work life. When the help from family or friends does not prove to be enough, one needs this help; where they can be heard and understood in a non-judgmental way and be given unconditional regard for whatever their problems are. Psychological counselors are experts in the art of listening and have skills to help people explore their concerns, to help them make sense of complex issues and to find a better way of living happily.
IMPACT deals with adults as well as children having different problems such as bullying, shyness, hyperactivity etc.
What kinds of problems can it help?
Psychological counseling helps with a broad range of individual problems. Psychological counselors are trained in modern psychological methods to help you resolve fears, panic and anxieties, and to help you break through depression or other forms of sadness.
Psychological Counseling is especially suitable to help you with the following:
- Deal with stress, anxiety and other day to day pressures
- Handle crises in relationships
- Cope with continuing family problems
- Help with decision making
- Personality problems
- Break through depression and sadness
- Manage teenage issues; break-ups, emotional attachments, self-image and self-esteem etc
- Confidence building and personality grooming
- Bullying and harassment in school and at work
- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
- Performance anxiety
As regards IMPACT’s ethics, we assure strict confidentiality of all clients and their issues. All therapy and counseling sessions are conducted by trained Clinical Psychologists.