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What Kind Of Individual Counselling Do I Offer?

  • Loss, grief, & bereavement 

  • Career counseling 

  • Transition & change 

  • Shame & boundaries

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Get In Touch

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What Does A Psychosocial Counselor Do?

Facing challenges throughout our lives is normal and completely human. During these times, a psychosocial counselor is a great resource to help people in need of emotional and psychological support.


By addressing hardships with quality care from a psychosocial counselor, clients learn how to make good decisions about themselves, their careers, their relationships, and their future.


Psychosocial counselors operate from a so-called “Wellness” Model (as opposed to an “Illness” one) which treats the clients’ natural response to circumstances.


The goal is to maximize the client’s potential and as a result improve mental well-being. During sessions, the client determines their own short-term and long-term goal(s). Client and counselor collaborate together to achieve them.

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The Areas I Can Support You With Include

  • Living authentically: search for meaning, purpose & identity 

  • Learning about key personality preferences and associated behaviours using the Myers-Briggs Personality Assessments (MBTI) 

  • Low self-confidence, self-esteem & self-image 

  • Stress, depression, & anxiety​ (including panic attacks) 

  • Loss, grief, & bereavement 

  • Career Counseling 

  • Transition & change 

  • Shame & Boundaries

Demographic: adolescents (age 15 and above), young adults and adults (NOT limited to these so please do not hesitate to reach out for inquiry).

Family, Relationship, & Friendship Difficulties

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Dealing with Family

Relationship, and friendship difficulties can be emotionally challenging, but there are steps you can take to navigate these situations more effectively.


Seeking Support

Establishing clear boundaries can help protect your well-being and prevent further conflicts. Be assertive about what you're comfortable with.

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Open and honest communication is key. Express your feelings calmly and respectfully, and listen to the other person's perspective without interrupting.


Setting Boundaries

Talk to someone you trust, such as a friend, family member, or therapist.

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Feeling Low and Unhappy

Identify the Cause: Try to pinpoint what might be causing your low mood. It could be related to specific events, relationships, or even your physical health. Understanding the root cause can help you address it more effectively.

Self-Care: Take care of yourself both physically and mentally. Make sure you're getting enough sleep, eating healthily, and engaging in activities that you enjoy and find fulfilling. Exercise can also be incredibly beneficial for improving mood. 

Reach Out: Don't hesitate to reach out to friends, family members, or a therapist for support. Talking about your feelings with someone you trust can provide relief and perspective. 

Practice Gratitude: Try focusing on the things you're grateful for, no matter how small they may seem. Keeping a gratitude journal or simply taking a few moments each day to reflect on what you appreciate can help shift your mindset.

How It Works


Initial Consultation

Please feel free to share any personal matters or questions you have, and I'll do my best to provide guidance or support. Whether it's about relationships


Personalized Match

Are you referring to finding a personalized match in terms of relationships or something else? If you could provide a bit more context or clarify your request.


Start Therapy

Look for therapists who specialize in the areas you're interested in addressing. You can search online directories, ask for recommendations from friends or family.

What Our Customers Say

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do I know if I need therapy?
    If you're feeling overwhelmed, anxious, depressed, or struggling with any aspect of your life, therapy can provide support and strategies to help. Our initial consultation will help determine if therapy is right for you.
  • What can I expect during the first session?
    During your first session, our therapists in Geneva will conduct a thorough assessment to understand your needs and goals. This involves discussing your current concerns, medical history, and what you hope to achieve through therapy. Based on this assessment, a personalized treatment plan will be created.
  • How long does therapy usually last?
    The duration of therapy varies for each individual, depending on their specific needs and goals. Some people may find a few sessions sufficient, while others may benefit from longer-term therapy. Our therapist will regularly review your progress and adjust the treatment plan as needed.
  • Are therapy sessions confidential?
    Yes, all therapy sessions are confidential. We adhere to strict ethical guidelines to ensure your privacy and confidentiality. Information shared during sessions will not be disclosed without your consent, except in cases where there is a legal obligation to do so.
  • Do you offer online therapy sessions?
    Yes, we offer both in-person and virtual therapy sessions to accommodate your preferences and needs. Online therapy provides flexibility and convenience, ensuring you can receive support from the comfort of your home.
  • What types of therapy do you offer?
    We offer a variety of therapeutic approaches, including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness-based therapy, psychodynamic therapy, and solution-focused therapy. Our therapist will choose the most appropriate methods based on your needs and goals.
  • How do I prepare for my first therapy session?
    There’s no specific preparation needed for your first session. Just come with an open mind and be ready to discuss what’s been bothering you. It might be helpful to think about your goals for therapy and any questions you have for your therapist.
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