Therapist Profile
  • Mrs. Shriya Vashisht

  • Certified Counselor. Graduate Diploma in Counselling,
    Singapore. Masters in Counselling, Monash University
  • Mumbai
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  • Counselling is a process of knowing about oneself fully so that we can reach our maximum potential. Sometimes our beliefs, feelings and emotions stop us to reach our goals.

  • Qualification and Experience details:

    • Graduate Diploma in Counselling, Psychology
    • Masters in Counselling, Monash University

    Specilization

  • Addiction
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Relationship Issues
  • Family Issues
  • Mood Disorder
  • Stress
  • Anger Issues

    language spoken

  • Hindi
  • English
  • Punjabi

Counselling is about the client and not about the counsellor. In my experience of counselling children, adults and teens I have noticed that all it needs is knowing yourself fully so that you can manage your emotions in tough times. A counsellors role is to show the path.

The only difference between leading a life where you utilize your skills and abilities to the fullest is by knowing oneself and your strengths. All it needs is to just reach out and explore the limitless possibilities we can achieve.I bring in a multi cultural understanding to this field after having stayed in different cities and countries I present a deeper understanding to my work. Also I have chosen one of the top universities to study counselling which further gives me the confidence to practice.

SUGGESTED READING from Mrs. Shriya Vashisht

Thinking, the right way …

‘‘As you sow so shall you reap’’, ’I heard this saying when I was a kid. Now it still is applicable to us in so many ways. Our mind is also like a storehouse of memories, childhood experiences and so much that we experience in our daily lives. Knowingly and som...

How Gratitude helps in our Mental health

We have often heard of these two terms but do we all know how much impact they can have into our lives. Research has shown how gratitude alters the structure of the brain. Its proven that people who count their blessings are more happier and feel less depresse...

Mental Wellbeing at the time of COVID-19

As we hear of the rising number of cases daily everywhere in social media and newspapers. It’s quite normal to feel overwhelmed at some point or the other. And yes, the fact is that the news is not so good around. As the world struggles to take charge of the...

Appreciating small things at the times of adversity

We all are experiencing tough times now when options are less, and we need to think of managing to the best with the limited resources we have. Though times are hard, but I was rather intrigued by how most of the people including me have started app...

PEACE AND GRATITUDE

We have often heard of these two terms but do we all know how much impact they can have into our lives. Research has shown how gratitude alters the structure of the brain. Its proven that people who count their blessings are more happier and feel less depressed. We have a lot ...