Free Your Mind and Rest Will Follow
Before you get to know the types of psychotherapy counselling we offer for various segments of customers, it is important to know what this therapy, often referred to as ‘talk therapy’ is all about. Research tells us that 95% of all illnesses that affect the body are because the mental health of the affected person is not optimum. Vice versa also holds true.
Therefore, for a holistic approach towards physical and mental well being, we focus on the mind first to rectify the thought process. Psychotherapy or Hypnotherapy for the mind has several branches differing in their approach, all of which aim to bring the mind and body in harmony with each other as well as with the Universe at large. Psychotherapy also known as Psychoanalytic Therapy, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Hypnotherapy, Interpersonal Therapy, Psycho-dynamic Therapy and Individual Counselling which is essentially a one-on-one session with a professional therapist.
Benefits of Psychotherapy
One of the biggest benefits of this therapy is that the client feels comfortable, safe and secure in the environment that we provide. He is encouraged to express his deepest emotions which might be interfering with normally accepted behaviour. More often than not, simply sharing one’s problems and dilemmas with a friendly and comforting expert, can bring great relief to the mind and the therapists’ reassurances can have great beneficial effects.
How does counselling help in restoring mental health?
Fortunately, nobody believes any longer that psychological counselling is only for crazy or mad people. More and more individuals, couples, parents and children are seeking professional help to manage their lives better, manage their thought processes and make choices judiciously.Essentially, counselling is nothing but ‘talking care’. While the client is having an intimate one-on-one talk with the therapist, the therapist tries to find a pattern in his way of thinking and reflexes. The therapist also explains the situation with another new perspective and elaborates on the illness that the person is suffering from, its causes and subsequent after-effects. For example, Rational Thinking and Reducing Stress can actually be a sustainable cure for depression.
Role of a Therapist
Over and above creating a warm and comfortable therapeutic platform for the patient, our therapists play a key role in facilitating awareness, growth and development of his mind. The therapist is empathetic, caring and warm. We ensure that the friendly rapport between the therapist and the patient is strong and lasting, which, we believe is the key to successful treatment.We offer a large range of counselling services.
Psychotherapies at Vishwas Healing Centre
Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy utilizes conscious current thoughts rather than subconscious memories. REBT is based on ABC’ s theory discovered by very renowned psychologist Albert Ellis. ABC’s theory is about dealing with emotional disturbance in a correct way.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is all about focusing on distorted thinking. And here we help the client replace irrational and distorted thoughts with ones that are rational. This is achieved by the process of cognitive restructuring, which intends to make the client's thoughts and beliefs more positive and rational. This model focuses on people experiencing, feelings and interpretation. It gives people the power to change and increases their self beliefs. A positive ethical point is that, it allows the person to take responsibility for changing their undesirable behavior. Vishwas Healing Centre during its therapy sessions have discovered that distorted and irrational beliefs are common with clients who have anxiety disorders and depression.
The psychoanalytic model suggest that emotional issues and psychological disorder often arises out of unresolved subconscious conflicts from early childhood and past experiences. This model is based on Freudian understanding that much of our behavior is driven by subconscious motives and that early experiences especially from childhood. The treatment approach is an attempt to bring the repressed material inter conscious to gain insight. This is achieved by various methodologies of psychoanalysis including: Free Association, Dream Analysis etc...
Also called graphology, analyzing handwriting can become a very viable tool to diagnose a range of mental and physical disorders which affect the brain and the central nervous system.
This is a technique of hypnotherapy using which the therapist can retrieve memories of past life. This technique works well when some kind of trauma or tragic memories haunts the individual. We use this technique to find the source of an emotional or physical problem which lay deeply embedded in the subconscious level of the mind. Some situations that demand this technique include irrational fear of water; any pain or illness that appears to be in-born; or a pessimistic view about love, relationships, etc. This method works even when the individual does not believe in past life, etc...
Dreaming is the communication between our conscious mind and our unconscious mind, Dreams are the bridge that allows movement back and forth between what we think we know and what we really know. Dreams let us play out painful or puzzling emotions or experiences in a safe place. Dreams also allow us to process information or events that may be painful or confusing in an environment that is at once emotionally real but physically unreal. “Dream analysis is a key component in the process of becoming whole as a person”. Dreams reveal a person’s “deepest desires and deepest wounds”. So, analyzing your dreams helps you gain a deeper understanding of yourself.