Anxious, depressed, overwhelmed with life?
Are you doing things you wish you don’t in order to cope with everyday tasks, like food, alcohol, anger or other unhealthy distractions?
Is your sleep disturbed and you are having trouble focussing on things you’d like to pay attention to?
Have you had a loss or major life crisis that is still haunting you down?
Is your struggle impacting your relationships, health and work productivity?
We have helped numerous people find the courage and emotional strength to become self-confident, happier, peaceful, and accepting of themselves.
During our session, we will work with you to help you solve your current problems, and doubts, help you improve and “re-frame” your reactions using a variety of methods such as: cognitive behaviour therapy, mindfulness and meditation, psychoanalysis, psychodynamic dialogue and body psychotherapy. We examine behavioural, physical, and psychological conditions in a holistic context focusing on the mind body and health of the entire family.
CBT – Cognitive Behaviour Therapy / Psychoanalysis
- Learn to take control of your life.
- Explore what is preventing you from enjoying life to the fullest, enjoying your personal relationships and working productively.
- Discover how to respond to challenging situations with healthy coping skills after full understanding of your mood, feelings, thoughts, and behaviors.
- Seek solutions to your struggles, such as dealing with disappointment, grief, family issues and career dissatisfaction.
Issues We Address
· Family Conflict
· Anger Management
· Domestic Abuse
· Sleep Issues
· Eating Disorders
· Trauma and PTSD
· Women’s Issues
· Teens & Preteens
Who will be treating me?
With more than 20 years of working in mental health centres, schools, and hospitals Kiran has helped numerous people to manage stress, sleep, anger and get the courage and emotional strength to find inner piece and live happier life. She helped parents improve relationships with their children as well as helped children to improve self-esteem and communication with their peers and parents.
Kiran focuses on the strengths of the individual and incorporates a variety of treatment approaches, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness and meditation, and art therapy. She helped numerous people suffering from depression, anxiety, fear, abuse, and trauma.
If you or someone you know has difficulties coping with their current situation, and not enjoying relationships and life the way they would love to, please, get in touch. Kiran would love to discuss options that may work for you.