Holistic Approach To Life Counselling sessions | Swami Pradeep

Counselling sessions:

Hypnotherapy, Psychiatric and spiritual counseling on the following:


  • Psychological issues
  • Personality disorders
  • Marital problems
  • Mental worries
  • Fear Phobia’s
  • Personality development sessions
  • Depression
  • Phobia
  • Anxiety disorder
  • Anger
  • Low self Esteem
  • Negative Attitude
  • Sleep Disorders
  • Goals and Dreams
  • Stress Management

  • Depression
  • Phobia
  • Anxiety disorder
  • Anger
  • Low self Esteem
  • Negative Attitude
  • Sleep Disorders
  • Over Coming Failures
  • Concentration and
    Memory Enhancement
  • Motivational skills
  • Overcome procrastination
  • Self confidence
  • Goals and Dreams
  • Stress Management




Online counselling sessions:


Personal Counselling Sessions:

Synopsis of step by step process for the above psychological issues:


Treatments such as cognitive behavioral therapy, Hypnotherapy, General Exercises ( Yoga, Aerobics, Walking etc) and corrective Food and sleep habits.

People suffering from Trauma, may be exposed to reminders about the trauma and are taught how to cope with future reminders. Through the process, they learn how to reprocess their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.

Relaxation techniques use muscle relaxation and mental visualization to help focus attention towards a calming feeling. Some people find meditation helpful.

Breathing retraining techniques may help reduce the physical effects of anxiety. For example, hyperventilation is one of the primary physical manifestations of panic disorders. This involves rapid, tense breathing, resulting in chest pain, dizziness, tingling of the mouth and fingers, muscle cramps, and even fainting. By practicing measured, controlled breathing at the onset of a panic attack, patients may be able to prevent full attacks.

Basic Cognitive Therapy Treatment, which usually takes about 12 - 20 weeks. The essential goal of cognitive therapy is to understand the realities of an anxiety-provoking situation and to respond to reality with new actions based on reasonable expectations. People must learn how to recognize anxious reactions and thoughts as they occur. One way of accomplishing this is by keeping a daily diary that reports the occurrences of anxiety attacks and any thoughts and events associated with them.

People are usually given behavioral homework assignments to help them change their behavior. For example, a person with generalized social phobia may be asked to buy an item and then return it the next day. As the patient performs this action, they observe any unrealistic fears and thoughts triggered by such an event.

Share positive thoughts, though analogy, real time experience of other people, through motivational talks and prayer.