WITH A NEW DAY, COMES NEW THOUGHTS, NEW STRENGTHS - Eleanor Roosevelt
Life between the ages of 13 and 25 is a time of great change and opportunity. It is both a transitional and a demanding stage of life, with significant changes and stress. These experiences can be difficult and sometimes overwhelming for young people, particularly when problems escalate and seem insurmountable.
FREE & CONFIDENTIAL
The youth should feel safe and secure in the knowledge that they are not alone because counseling services are available to them at any time. For those seeking psychosocial support and assistance, the counselling environment is a safe and welcoming environment. Youth are encouraged to go to counseling offices or book online sessions with professional and experienced counselors who are willing to listen, have confidential discussions, and open conversations about their personal issues.
Improved coping skills and enhancing problem solving
Self-awareness and empowerment
Improving interpersonal relationships
Expanded and healthy perspective in life
Making healthier and productive choices
Reduction of the impact of problems to a minimum
Resolution of the specific concerns that lead one to seek therapy
Crisis management and intervention etc.
Individual/one on one counselling