Life’s experiments are on the pace of growth and surviving with these challenges, sometimes loads great effort. There are periods when one may need help to handle with emotional grief. Even someone who has always been strong enough to cope well, easily adapt to fluctuating circumstances and survive, can be overcome by a feeling of helplessness and loss. It can occur to anyone of us at any phase.
A counsellor is someone who is there for the patient as a helper for change, turns bad into good day, soothing and growth. When an innocent and trusting atmosphere is provided, a person will realise within him/herself the ability for growth and change. Counselling is a procedure of empowerment – assisting characters to be in charge of themselves and their relationships.
Singular Counselling: is presented to individuals who are dealing with emotional, social, work related or family related issues.
The following areas of personal development are covered in personal counselling:
1. The realistic self and its relation to meaning, purpose and values
4. Self-confidence and self-efficiency
5. Self-control of emotions
6. A sense of control
9. Motivation and life stages
Family or couple counselling: is available for individuals, couples and families struggling with difficulties with social and personal problems.
Career Counselling: is available for those young or teenagers who are at the junctions, having to make decisions on branches of study or careers that will be most suitable for them.
Personal progress does not need to take ages. It can be a lightning-fast realisation that shifts the way you think, see the world, and interact with it. Personal growth in associate with what you care about. Counselling isn’t always easy, but in my point of view, this is the most meaningful gift you can give yourself. Find somebody you have faith and who makes you comfortable. The relationship between you and the coach is the most important aspect of all.