For every Problem There Is a Master Key

Individual psychological treatment is often termed as individual counselling or psychotherapy, and is meant to help people with their emotional and behavioural issues, which can range in order of their severity or intensity. The main aim of this form of therapy is to bring change into one's quality of life by defining the path of life clearly, and bringing in more clarity. Whether it is the problem of repressed childhood that you are facing, or an emotional breakdown due to divorce, failure or loss of a loved one, a professional psychologist can help you revive your mental health through systematic counselling. There are many emotional issues that find a corner in our heart, and refuse to die down until we find help.

Left unattended to, with time, these issues can transform into a sort of "emotional tumor" that impacts negatively on our daily life, such as lack of concentration, enthusiasm, self respect, will to change, encouragement, and so on.

Wouldn't you rather seek help and live the life you were meant to live?


What is counselling and how is a typical day in the life of a Counsellor?


A Counsellor is someone who is trained and licensed to practice counselling.

Counselling is a specialty within professional psychology that maintains a focus on facilitating personal and interpersonal functioning across the life span. Counselling is done with specialized skills gained through training in the science of human behaviour and it is empowering in nature rather than of advice-giving or coercion.

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I am tired of this life!

by Albright A Banibensu

 Author: Albright A Banibensu. Date:  February 3, 2020.

“I am tired of this life!” was her seemingly simple statement when we closed from our evening service. She said it absentmindedly as people stopped to meet and greet one another after the evening midweek religious service. Immediately responses followed: “You can’t say that!” “Shut up!” “A person of faith doesn’t speak that way!” were some of the words of rebuke from the “brethren.” Did these words help or hurt her? The fact is, this sister was having some real challenges and didn’t know what to do. Fortunately, one of the brethren, who was a Counselling Psychologist and heard the conversation, got in touch and scheduled a counselling session the next day. That was how a possible suicide case was averted.

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