Our Services

therapy sessions

Each individual is unique and needs to have a personalized approach of healing. Your therapist is your confidante, sounding board, cheerleader, safety net and reality check all rolled in one. She helps you get perspective, rethink and recalibrate life goals and direction, understand your values, needs, strengths and challenges, navigate through difficult times, jumpstart latent plans, let go of past baggage and pain, emerge from the debris of trauma and rediscover and recreate yourself - evolving into the kind of person you want to be and live the kind of life you want to lead.
Therapy sessions are customized depending on the needs and preferences of the client. Sessions are confidential and whatever information you choose to share with your therapist is not shared with anyone else, except in situations where you or another person may be at risk of harm.
The different types of therapy sessions offered are:
  • Individual therapy for children, teenagers and adults
  • Couples Counselling
  • Family therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Online counselling
  • Individual therapy involves one-to-one sessions where you get the undivided time and attention of your therapist as she assists you in working towards your goals. Individual sessions provide a great opportunity to open up and talk without inhibition, explore and share your deepest feelings and thoughts in a safe and secure environment without fear of judgment or misunderstanding, experience connection and focus on successful change with attuned support, encouragement and guidance. Individual therapy may involve some sessions with significant others, as needed, to best support the client.
  • Couples counselling involves working with both halves of the unit to achieve mutually agreed upon goals; overcome roadblocks to connection and communication; learn to resolve conflicts and be effective and supportive partners; increase understanding, empathy and appreciation; work through experiences of disappointment or betrayal; build trust and respect; find ways to grow together instead of apart, meet each other’s needs and enhance the quality of the relationship. Therapy would mostly involve joint sessions with both partners, interspersed with individual sessions to support each partner as needed. In couples counselling, the priority is the relationship rather than individual agendas, with unbiased and equal support provided to both partners.
  • Family therapy involves working with all or some people of a family unit to help develop closer and more positive relationships with each other; resolve conflicts effectively; define roles, boundaries, rights and responsibilities; facilitate positive communication and mutual respect; cope with grief or adjustment and build strong roots of security, acceptance, support and love. Therapy would involve joint sessions with all members participating in therapy and include sessions individually and with varied combinations of family members as needed, to ensure all the clients receive adequate care and support.
  • Group work involves a group of people with similar goals or similar challenges coming together to receive support not just from the facilitating therapist, but also from each other. Support groups allow the clients to learn from each other’s experiences, failures and triumphs; understand that they are not alone in their struggle, receive empathic understanding and encouragement from others who really know what it feels like to go through what they have gone through, form a strong support network and work through the difficulties that brought them to therapy. Group therapy involves a higher level of therapist involvement and guidance as the group is facilitated through a set number of sessions having a more structured approach with each session having a particular focus or theme, building up towards the shared goals. Personal information shared during the sessions is kept confidential within the group.
  • Online counselling increases accessibility and helps with continuity of therapy for clients who are travelling or are unable to come in person for the session for various reasons. Sessions are conducted in the same way as face to face individual sessions, but over video or audio calls. Confidentiality is maintained and the clients are encouraged to find a space with privacy and quiet to make the best use of the session. Couple, family and group sessions are not provided online.