1. Choose your therapist through your social networks
2. See if their profile appeals to you
3. Read up on their social accounts to see booking procedure, charges & relevant info.
4. Book an appointment via their portal
5. Choose date, time & mode of therapy (audio, video etc.)
6. Make payment & ensure you receive confirmation
7. Show up for the session at the appointed time
8. For rescheduling and cancellation go through their policies before hand

1. Therapists vary based on their belief systems, ethnicity, life experiences, biases and
2. There are different types of therapies, its important to know the therapies practiced by
your therapist if they would be right for you.
3. Though most therapists are empathetic, ensure that some of the life experiences lived by
them are similar to yours, it will help ease the process. If you are married and have
children try to find a therapist who knows the dynamics of marriage & raising children. If
you have gone through trauma , ensure that the therapist is a trauma informed therapist.
4. If you are someone who is extremely friendly then go in for a therapist whose approach
to therapy is more liberal than formal.
5. If you are someone who prefers face to face interactions then go in for off line
counselling or video. Different therapists offer different modes like – online, video, audio,
chat, email, group and offline.

1. Just the way there are specialization in different careers even in mental health there are
super specializations as well. It is important to explore which therapy methods would
help you the most.
2. If you are creative then expersive therapies like art therapy, dance therapy, drama
therapy can help.
3. If you enjoy writing or expressing then writing therapy, Narrative therapies can be useful.
4. If you are healing from trauma then Somatic healing, EMDR, Psychotherapy, Person
centred approach would suite you.
5. If you had a tough childhood and are having issues where you feel you are repeating
patterns then Inner Child Work, Shadow work are some therapies you can explore.
6. If you are having difficulties with parenting then explore aspects of attachment styles,
Parenting styles, Psychoanalysis, Inner child work.

1. If you are looking at dealing with negative thoughts then CBT, REBT, NLP, Transactional
analysis are good approaches.

2. If you like yoga then techniques of mindfulness will help you be more present in the
3. If you are an intellectual and are grappling with lifes questions then existential therapy,
Quantum healingm, dream interpretation work, may provide answers for you.
4. If you are a visual person with a great imagination then using Guided imagery in your
therapy process will aid your healing.
5. If family is a major concern for you and have unresolved issues then Family
constellation therapy, coping through understanding of trans generational trauma would
be the best for you.
6. If you are experiences migraines due to stress then EFT Tapping method can do

1. Do not book a therapy session with a freind or relative. Even if they are qualified it can
create biases and uncomfortable situations later to deal with.
2. Your therapist cannot become your friend while you are still in a therapeutic alliance as it
can create something called as ‘Dual Relationship’ which is considered unethical.
3. If post the first session you feel uncomfortable and unsure, communicate it to your
therapist – if its not working out then discontinue.
4. A therapist cannot share their personal life with the client & needs to maintain
boundaries, self disclosure may only be used only to help client understand a particular
point & also empathise.
5. Request the therapist to share resources and techniques to help you post your session
with them.

1. Like any profession and field there exist individuals even in the mental health field who
may be predatory in their nature. Be especially careful of intellectual, emotional, financial
2. Know that the therapist is a stranger to you however they will do their best to help you
through their understanding of human behaviour.
3. However they only would be making certain assumptions & presumptions of your
behaviour & emotional patterns. If you do not agree with what they are suggesting do
communicate it to them.
4. Their suggestions are purely limited to their own experiences and learnings, do try to
implement, however its ok if its not working for you and request for another course of
5. Know that therapists are human beings and can make mistakes look out for a therapist
who acknowledges that & owns up when they have erred.

1. You may not be ready for confront something, which is perfectly alright.
2. You are not comfortable with the therapist but are hesitant to communicate
3. Financial constraints
4. Pre occupied with other challenges which you need to prioritize
5. Need to address some logistical aspects and take action, rather than only talking about
6. Its becoming overwhelming as there is lot to process
7. The therapists process is in conflict with your needs
8. The therapist is not the right one for you

Mostly physical or emotional pain manifests when as human beings to negative environmental factors start to affect us. To put it metaphorically – When life happens to us. May it be Birth , separation , new Journey , loss , sickness. The different transitions we make through different roles and circumstances.
While communicating and talking, it’s important you share information regarding your feelings and thoughts only with those individuals who are unbiased, who don’t have vested interest. Most importantly when it comes to making decisions ensure that the person who you are seeking advice from, the outcome of your decision and whatever you choose is not going to affect them. This is because the advice they give you would influence your decision, no matter how much they may convince you that they are being unbiased, as subconsciously many times they would be compelled to give in to their desires and needs, as it may be favorable or unfavorable for them. your decision is not going to affect them. Someone who has learnt about human behavior.
  • Just need someone to talk to, to get a better perspective on things.
  • Need to explore your symptoms and understand better what is causing you distress.
  • Have issues with people in your life & need to navigate situations.
  • Going through a major transition & require support.
  • Unsure of what is bothering you and want. to explore it.
  • Resolve relationship issues.
  • Resolve parenting and familial issues.
  • Help cope with present or past traumatic experiences.
  • Social conflicts arising at workplace or institutions.
  • Building Self-esteem & Confidence.
  • Need to make decisions that require assistance & a new perspective
  • Do you love traveling? How about planning a trip (individual/group) that integrates the healing aspects of psychology so that you can take an inward as well as an outward journey?
  • Would you like to design a home knowing what would suit your personality? For individuals as well as interior designers and architects.
  • Are you a start-up in the Ed-tech domain & want to understand how you can utilize concepts of psychology to build a curriculum around the subject?
  • Does your work involve interacting with teachers, parents, and children? Would you like to know the best strategies to help your customer segments?
  • Are you looking at exploring new career opportunities but not sure where to start?
  • Are you a therapist looking to explore more about the mind? Learn to set up your own private practice.
  • Are you looking at branding your start-up? Understanding psychology and behavior would help you streamline your process.
  • Training for competitive exams workshop
  • Startup Founder mental health workshop
  • Understanding emotions through dance and drama workshops.
  • Start your own private therapy practice workshop
  • Branding workshop
  • Interior designing and psychology session/ workshop.
  • Planning a trip? Travel and mindfulness workshop/session.
  • Setting boundaries – Being assertive
  • Inner child therapy/ Workshop
  • Guided visual imagery – Find your safe place session.
  • Defense mechanism session/ Workshop
  • Mind-body connection.
  • Understanding anxiety – are you worried, you have anxiety?
  • feeling lost – Exploratory workshop.
  • the constellations you see in the sky have a lot of stories to be told, you can even explore your archetypes and personalities. 
Opening Hours

Opening Hours

Mon-Fri: 10am – 4.30pm
Sat: 9.30am – 3.00pm
Sun: 10.00 am – 3.00pm
Public Holidays: as advertised