What is Psychological Therapy?

Psychological Therapy means treating mental disorder by psychological rather than medical terms. Psychological Treatment is the methods, particularly based on regular personal interaction to help the person change in behavior and overcome problems in desired ways.

Psychological Therapies are sometimes referred to as 'talking therapies', that we use to help you understand your feelings in the context of your past individual experiences. This Therapy is a collaborative space to explore your difficulties in a safe and confidential setting.

We are specialized in Psycho Therapy (Disorders) and counseling services like Therapeutic interventions.


  • Lack of physiological side effects
  • Logical possibility - effective for whom medications are not effective
  • Theoretical possibility - depression less likely to recur once treatment stops because patients learn to cope with or avoid factors contributing to recurrence


  • Not well tested in patients with severe or psychotic depressions
  • Many patients (10 - 40%) fail to follow through with the full treatment
  • Psychotherapy is not effective for all
  • Some therapies may differ from others in overall efficacy or in specific effects
  • The quality of the therapy affects the outcome, suggesting the availability of trained therapists are pivotal
  • Theoretically, psychotherapy should reduce the likelihood of recurrence, but available data do not support this idea for already established recurrent depressions
  • Sessions are time-consuming and may be inconvenient
  • Psychotherapy may be expensive, depending on the type of therapy and the provider
  • The treatment effect is usually measurable later (6 - 8 wk.) than with medication (4-6 wk.)

Disorders :

1. Depression Disorder Therapy, Counseling, Treatment

Depression can be a common and a very serious disorder that negatively affects how you feel, what you think and the way you act. Depression is characterized by persistent loss of mood or interest in other activities and causing significant impairment in daily life.

2. Anxiety Disorder Counseling, Treatment, Therapy

Anxiety Disorder is the feelings of tension, worried thoughts and physical changes like increased blood pressure. Anxiety disorders have a complicated network of causes that includes Environmental factors like Elements in the environment around an individual can increase anxiety. There are other causes of Anxiety Disorder are stress from a personal relationship, job, school, or financial predicament, etc.

3. Phobia Counseling, Treatment, Diagnosis, Therapy

A Phobia is a type of anxiety disorder which can be defined as an extreme, irrational or excessive fear of an object or situation.

4. Emotional Disorder Counseling, Treatment, Therapy

An Emotional or Behavioral Disorder is an emotional disability consistent or chronic inappropriate type of behavior or feelings under normal conditions. Emotional Disorders includes unhappiness, depression, pains or unreasonable fears associated with personal or social problems.

5. Relationship, Marital and Family Conflict Counseling, Therapy

An active opposition between family members, different opinions or some personality clashes can be the cause of Relationship, Marital and Family Conflicts.

Such Family conflicts can be within the couple or between parents and children or any other family relations. Some marital issues have festered to the point that stubbornness, doubt, pride, anger, hurt and bitterness prevent effective marriage communication. Such conflicts between family or marital can irritate you and causes tension in the cubicle.

6. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Counseling, Therapy

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a common, interminable and long way disorder where an individual has uncontrollable, reoccurring thoughts (obsessions) and behaviors (compulsions) that they want to rehash again and again. The symptoms of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder are fear of being contaminated by germs or dust, fear of losing control and harming yourself or others or not having things you might need, Intrusive sexually explicit or violent thoughts and pictures, excessive focus on religious or moral ideas.

7. Sexual Dysfunction Counseling, Therapy

Sexual Dysfunction refers to an issue occurring during any period of the sexual reaction cycle that keeps the individual or couple from experiencing fulfillment from the sexual activity.

The causes of Sexual Dysfunction are Heart disease, Clogged blood vessels, (atherosclerosis), High cholesterol, High blood pressure, Diabetes, Obesity, Metabolic disorder - a condition including expanded circulatory strain, high insulin levels, muscle versus fat around the waist and high cholesterol.

8. Stress And Adjustment Related Disorders Counseling, Treatment, Diagnosis

Stress and Adjustment Disorder is a group of symptoms like stress, frequent crying, anxiety (nervousness), feeling sad or hopeless, and physical symptoms that can occur after you go through a stressful life event. Sometimes your reaction is stronger than expected for the kind of event that occurred.

What is Problem Solving Therapy (PST)?

What is Problem-Solving Therapy?

Problem-Solving Therapy refers to a psychological treatment which helps to teach effectively how to manage the negative effects of stressful events that will occur in life. Such stressors can be more hurtful, such as getting a divorce, experiencing the death of a loved one, losing a job, or having a chronic medical sickness like cancer or heart disease. Negative stress can also result from the accumulation of multiple “minor” occurrences, such as ongoing family problems, financial difficulties, constantly dealing with traffic jams or tense relationships with co-workers or a boss. Sometimes stress either create psychological problems or exacerbate existing medical problems, for eg., coping with cancer or difficulties adhering to a medication regimen, problem-solving therapy may be of help, either as a sole intervention or in combination with other approaches. Problem-solving therapy can also help those people who have more complex problems like “wanting to find one’s personal meaning of life.”

Every one of us is facing different problems every day. We may have dreamt that a miracle can happen so that all our problems will be solved when we wake up the next morning. The experience of being troubled by these problems will cause depressive as well as anxiety symptoms. Commonly encountered problems include health problems, financial problems, and interpersonal relationship problems. If we are able to solve some of our problems, it is very likely that we will feel better. Problem-solving therapy is a type of psychotherapy which can help to improve the mood of patients with depression.

Steps of Problem Solving Therapy :

Steps of Problem Solving Therapy

Medication + Psychotherapy

The combined treatment of Medication and Psychotherapy is specifically more useful in the following instances:

  • The treatment is either alone, ideally given or just mostly compelling
  • The clinical circumstances suggest two discrete targets of therapy (e.g, symptom reduction by medication and psychological problems by psychotherapy)
  • The prior course of sickness is chronic (episodic with poor inter-episode recovery or prolonged current episode greater than 2 years)
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