Being a parent can be quite stressful at times. Parents are not just supposed to look out for their children but also cater to their physical, emotional, economic, social, intellectual and moral needs and development.

People tend to assume that parenting just comes naturally, but for most it doesn’t. Having a child and understanding how to parent are two separate things. Parenting demands patience, selfless love and lots of time.

Sometimes parents are overwhelmed and unable to overcome child-related challenges and difficulties, which takes a toll on their mental health and might lead to stress, depression, anger or feeling of helplessness.

Therefore, parenting counselling can provide you with various strategies, methods and techniques to function optimally within your family unit.

Parenting counselling may address some of the following child-related concerns:

- Unmanageable sibling rivalry
- Excessive tantrums
- Defiant Behaviours
- Parent child conflicts
- Poor eating habits
- Aggressive or violent attitude
- Habits like cheating, lying and stealing
- Substance abuse
- Poor academic performance

What to expect
The therapeutic hour is typically 50 minutes. The Therapy can be short term (2-6 sessions) or long term (8 sessions or more) depending on the issue to be explored. Usually appointments are booked weekly.

The sessions can be conducted face to face as well as online as per the feasibility of the clients. Online therapy is just as effective as offline therapy. But with the added convenience and flexibility of your home and your time. Our online counselling modes include- voice calls and video calls.