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Welcome to our website, a sanctuary for those seeking to explore the depths of their inner world. Just as the outer world holds wonders waiting to be discovered, we believe that within each of us lies an intricate labyrinth of emotions, thoughts, and experiences, waiting to be unraveled and understood.


Join us on a transformative journey as we delve into the mysteries of the human psyche and offer insights to navigate the complexities of life.


Online counselling, also known as E-counselling or teletherapy, is a form of mental health counselling conducted through digital communication platforms such as video calls, phone calls, instant messaging, or email. It provides individuals with the opportunity to receive counselling and support remotely, without the need for in-person sessions.

Online counseling can be an effective alternative for individuals who are unable to attend in-person sessions due to various reasons, such as geographical distance, physical limitations, time constraints, or a preference for remote support. It's important to find a qualified and licensed professional who meets your specific needs and provides a secure and supportive online environment.


Online counselling can be a great option for people in remote areas or those with mobility limitations. It can also be helpful for those who feel anxious about going to a therapist's office​.


You can attend sessions from the comfort of your own home, eliminating commute times and making it easier to fit therapy into your schedule. Being in your own familiar environment can make you feel more relaxed and open during sessions.


Some people may feel more comfortable discussing personal issues online than they would in person.

Increased self-expression

Some people find it easier to express themselves through text-based communication, which can be an option with some online therapy platforms.

You're not alone. Find hope and strength through our online therapy.


Counselling Sessions

Counseling sessions are conducted similarly to in-person sessions, focusing on addressing your specific needs, discussing your thoughts and feelings, exploring coping strategies, and working towards your therapeutic goals. The length and frequency of sessions are determined collaboratively between you and your counselor.


Initial Assessment

At the beginning of your first session, your counselor will typically conduct an initial assessment to better understand your concerns, goals, and relevant background information. They may also discuss the limitations and benefits of online counseling and obtain your informed consent for the treatment process.


Privacy and Confidentiality

Online counselors are required to maintain strict standards of privacy and confidentiality, similar to traditional face-to-face therapy. It's important to ensure that the platform you use for communication is secure and encrypted to protect your personal information.


Methods of Online Counselling

Online counseling sessions can be conducted using various digital communication tools. Common methods include video conferencing platforms like Zoom, Skype, or dedicated teletherapy platforms. Alternatively, counseling can also take place via phone calls, instant messaging, or email exchanges, depending on the preferences and availability of both you and the counselor.


Technical Requirements

You'll need a reliable internet connection and access to a computer, smartphone, or tablet for online counseling. Familiarize yourself with the required software or apps and ensure that your device's camera, microphone, and speakers are functioning properly.



  • Online counseling services usually involve a fee. Discuss the payment arrangements with your counselor beforehand, including their accepted payment methods and any insurance coverage options. Some therapists may offer sliding-scale fees or accept certain insurance plans.

"Exploring the Depths Within: Journeying through the Inner World"

the Inner Landscape

  • Understanding the concept of the inner world: We explore the idea that our minds are not limited to the external, but encompass a vast internal realm that shapes our perceptions and behaviors.

  • The interconnectedness of outer and inner worlds: We discuss how our external experiences leave imprints on our inner selves, shaping our emotions, thoughts, and reactions.

  • Unearthing unconscious reactions: Delve into the depths of the unconscious mind and explore how hidden patterns and beliefs influence our daily lives, often dictating our emotional responses and triggering unexpected outbursts.

  • From feeling too little to feeling too much: Examine the spectrum of emotions we experience, from moments of numbness to overwhelming intensity, and learn how to navigate this emotional landscape with grace and understanding.

  • The power of thoughts: Investigate the impact of our thoughts on our well-being and discover techniques to manage unwanted and intrusive thoughts.

Mapping the
conscious Patterns

on the Journey

  • Finding the source: Guide readers on a quest to uncover the origins of their thoughts, emotions, and behavioral patterns, offering tools and strategies to identify and address deep-rooted issues.

  • Embracing solitude: Highlight the importance of solitude in self-reflection and self-care, encouraging readers to embrace moments of quiet introspection to foster personal growth and clarity.

  • Creating and accepting realities: Explore the power of perception and how we can shape and reshape our realities by altering our mindset, beliefs, and perspectives.

  • Understanding the concept of the inner world: We explore the idea that our minds are not limited to the external, but encompass a vast internal realm that shapes our perceptions and behaviors.

  • The role of empathy: Discuss the significance of empathy in understanding and supporting others on their mental health journeys, fostering a compassionate and inclusive community.

  • Evidence-based practices for mental well-being: Share scientifically backed techniques, such as mindfulness, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and self-care practices, to promote mental health and resilience.

  • Reducing stigma: Shed light on the importance of mental health awareness, challenging societal stigmas, and encouraging open conversations about mental well-being.

Mental Health
Building Community

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