In today’s fast paced world we may often find ourselves struggling to find work-life balance or keep afloat. Often the individual is themselves unconscious of their pain body symptoms, unaware or avoiding professional counseling and therapy.
There may be someone you know who is going though depression -lack of interest in work-life, emptiness or those who are feeling uneasy and anxious such as worry or fears which can be mild to severe. Providing timely care is critical to restoring emotional wellbeing
I focus on counseling individuals for trauma resolution, anxiety, depression, grief, addiction, fears & phobias, family & relationship difficulties.
My one-on-one sessions can help increase self-confidence, improve relationships and make good decisions for emotional, intellectual, physical and spiritual well-being.
- Non-directive counselling – Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
- Body Focusing Technique to release pain blocks- Eugene Gendlin
- Pain management and stress management using Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)
- Hypnotherapy and Age Regression to release childhood trauma or fears/phobias
- Ho’oponopono Hawaiian Mantra for forgiveness and reconciliation
- Pranic Psychotherapy for treating psychological ailments
- Non Violent Communications (NVC) for emotional dexterity, couples counseling and conflict resolution
“Harsha is a wonderful therapist. She was recommended to me by a friend of mine. She is full of knowledge and easy to be around. I was suffering from some personal and health issues. Harsha made me absolutely comfortable to confide in her and I was able to share my deepest secrets and pour my heart out.
With her in-depth knowledge in hypnotherapy and Ho’oponopono, she was able to heal me. Harsha’s professional service is a testament to my recovery. I am sincerely grateful to her for this.”
“Very personal and comforting sessions. Mostly re-assuring and in many ways liberating also.”
“Harsha guides with a form of therapy that is body focusing, integrated with self compassion. It is to heal and nurture the tender heart that we all possess, and to observe the feelings that lie within. The key is to be patient, equanimous and truly listen to ourselves. It is then do we understand our needs and how we can communicate them effectively.
It has been over a year practicing what Harsha has taught me. Her method of self inquiry into the realm of feelings has helped me stay with whatever arises and to be gentle and loving to oneself.”