This list is not comprehensive and its purpose is to give you an idea of the scope of the cases we can help you manage.
  • A man who is diagnosed with an illness will need to learn to cope up with the illness, make short- and long-term plans, and deal with family relationships.
  • A person who has been the victim of a crime. In one case, a woman was robbed and physically assaulted. She thought she was doing fine, but a few days later a friend came by to visit her. She saw a look of terror and panic on her face. The friend pointed out this and suggested she sees her family doctor, who later arranged for short-term counseling.
  • A person suffering from losses. This may include loss of property, loved ones, job, trust, modesty etc. We can help them come to terms and resolve their feelings of grief and loss.
  • A person with obsessive compulsive disorder who spends hours washing his/hers hands, or checking that he or she has locked the doors, or obsessed with a person or object, etc. We can help you manage your OCD or perhaps in some cases, resolve it.
  • A person who finds it hard to forgive, forget and move on with his live. Hypnotherapy helps.
  • A person who suffers from anger management problems. CBT helps.
  • A person who suffers from phobias and other negative behavioral patterns that adversely affect his quality of life. Hypnotherapy plus CBT helps.
  • People who are stressed up and have to make a major decision that is life changing.
  • Pre and post surgery patients who want to recover rapidly or deal with the trauma of the surgical procedure. Not many people realize that the trauma from a major surgery can cause post-traumatic stress syndrome and so left to their own device, recovery can become highly compromised and may lead into depression.
  • Long-term caregivers of incapacitated people. The carer needs some caring too. Counseling helps.
  • Couples deciding to get married or to divorce. If you are planning to enter into a marriage or to end a marriage, it makes sense to first consult a counselor.
  • Couples facing major decisions. Financial or housing decisions, problems with family members or changes related to retirement might be reasons for a couple to see a counselor.