For Therapists

A therapist can be defined as a professional who helps people gain insight about their life, helps them develop an understanding about their problems and solutions and facilitates productive change towards the solutions.

A good therapist should have knowledge about and understanding of multiple aspects of human existence which includes but in not limited to emotions, behaviours and working of the mind.

Also a good therapist should not just be competent in their specific specialisation but should also have other skills like communication, rapport building, effective listening, questioning……

The knowledge, competency and skills that a good therapist requires are not static. In the constantly evolving world that we are living in even the knowledge, competency and skills that a therapist has needs to continue to evolve.

“For Therapist” tag is a part of all those posts that contains information which will help therapists (psychologists, coaches and other mental health practitioners) enhance their knowledge, develop their skills and become more competent in ways that is useful in their therapeutic practice with clients.

Behavioural Therapy: Techniques, limitations & its role in eclectic therapy

Behavioural psychology, or behaviourism, arose early in the 20th century. John B. Watson is regarded as the father of behavioural …Read More

Profile PhotoNitin ShahSeptember 10, 2021

Assertiveness Counselling – Case Study: Helping clients learn to say ‘NO’

Recently, I received a call from Rita (name changed) who had the Inability to say “No” to people, creating a …Read More

Profile PhotoNitin ShahSeptember 3, 2021

Smoking Cessation Counselling: Helping clients to quit smoking – Case Study

Recently, I received a call from Ram (name changed) who wanted to terminate smoking. He was wondering whether therapy can …Read More

Profile PhotoMamta SharmaAugust 28, 2021

Case Study on Anger Management Counselling

Recently, I received a call from Rahul who was unable to manage anger. He was wondering whether therapy can help …Read More

Profile PhotoMisba ShahJuly 27, 2021

Grief Counselling – Case Study: How to help clients overcome grief

After losing her grandmother, Rima was experiencing lack of interest in her work, relationships and life in general. She connected …Read More

Profile PhotoNitin ShahJuly 15, 2021

Sexual Abuse Counselling – Case Study

Recently, I received a call from Tina (name changed) who was struggling with her childhood memories of sexual abuse. She …Read More

Profile PhotoNitin ShahJune 7, 2021

For therapists and coaches, Learning NLP without Hypnosis is Like…..

Conventional therapeutic practices typically took a long time to yield results that clients look for. This led to a search …Read More

Profile PhotoMamta SharmaJanuary 5, 2021

Are you some one you know struggling with Negative Self-Talk? – 5 Quick actionable tips to create Positive Self-Talk

We all talk to ourselves more often then we think. The quality of internal chatter also known as self-talk to …Read More

Profile PhotoNitin ShahDecember 3, 2019

Is Self-Doubt and lack of Self-Belief stopping you from reaching your goals? – 5 simple tips

Astha has clear goals in her mind. She is aware of the steps to be taken to reach her goals. …Read More

Profile PhotoMamta SharmaNovember 30, 2019

Self-Concept – What is it, why you must know about it and its importance in Psychotherapy

If you were to introduce yourself in a few sentences, how would you define yourself? You will mostly rely on …Read More

Profile PhotoNitin ShahNovember 24, 2019

Why learning hypnosis must be mandatory for all counsellors?

In this post we will focus on understanding what is the role of a counsellor and how hypnotic counselling can …Read More

Profile PhotoNitin ShahNovember 16, 2019

The Subtle Art of Saying NO – Complete Guide

Introduction Knowing when to say NO and saying NO when it is important to say No is the key to …Read More

Profile PhotoNitin ShahJuly 10, 2019