Scope of Services
A treatment that includes resolution of emotional problem by psychological techniques. It requires a well-trained and licensed professional. The intent of building a relationship with a client includes:
- of removing, modifying or retarding existing symptoms;
- of mediating disturbed patterns of behavior, and
- of promoting positive personality growth and development
Various forms of psychotherapy include: Behavior therapy, Cognitive Behavior therapy, psychodynamic therapy, humanistic and existential therapies etc.
A form of psychotherapy that uses hypnosis to heal client suffering from an emotional problem. A method in which a professional suggests while treating someone, that they will experience changes in perceptions, behaviors, thoughts and sensations. A state of awareness in which one is detached from their present environment and completely focused on inner emotions, feelings and experiences.
A brief, focused and result oriented approach to therapy which doesn’t use hypnosis as a medium to induce trance but the client’s symptoms and issues to help find the resolution.
Marital & Family Therapy
A form of therapy that focusses on families and couple’s systems of interaction in intimate relationships to nurture change and development.
Psychodiagnostics and Assessment
Psychological assessment includes clinical interview, personality assessment, IQ testing and behavioral assessment. Tests help us to observe people’s behavior in a systematic way and make inferences about the underlying attributes that stimulate that behavior. It aids in preparations of treatment plans.