FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

WHAT IS COUNSELLING?

Counselling is a confidential, safe collaboration between your counsellor and you as a client. We at Kairos aims to provide counselling that promotes your health and wellbeing, enhance self awareness and resolve issues identified. It is a therapeutic process that you as our client actively participates in every stage.

WHAT IS PSYCHOTHERAPY?

Psychotherapy refers to a range of treatments that can help with mental health problems, emotional challenges, and some psychiatric disorders.

As Psychotherapists, we aim to enable our clients  to understand their feelings, to identify what makes them feel happy, anxious, or depressed. This can equip them to cope with difficult situations in a more adaptive way.

WHAT IS YOUR THERAPEUTIC APPROACH?

We believe in using an integrated approach that combines various aspects of different therapeutic modalities. We then customize the approach based on the client’s needs and preferences. Our team are highly qualified in different modalities - Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Psycho dynamic, Interpersonal therapy. Furthermore, we  also use Positive Psychology, Mindfulness and Psychoneuroimmunology evidenced based relaxation therapy. 

HOW DOES COUNSELLING/ PSYCHOTHERAPY WORKS?

Our Counselling/ therapy process starts on creating a therapeutic relationship where clients' well being is the priority and their counselling goals are validated and met. We believe in using an integrated approach based on clients' need and preference. 

We offer safe, non judgmental and confidential environment for our clients. 

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