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About Aditi Jain

About the counselor

The founder Mrs Aditi Jain has done Masters in Psychology and also a Post Graduate Diploma in Counselling with over 20 years of experience in the field of education management.

She has independent practice providing counseling, psychotherapy, assessment, and consultation services to individuals, couples/families, groups, schools & organizations. She is experienced and qualified in advanced fields of NLP, Play therapy, and various modules of psychotherapy.

She consults to reduce psychological distress and to promote the well-being of children, individuals, groups, families, and Human resources incorporate.

Confidentiality and discretion are of utmost importance for her. With her skills of being Empathetic, Patient, compassionate, trustworthy, she is very encouraging and focused.

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She is influenced and a strong follower of many World-renowned Psychologists.

  • Howard Gardner work on developmental psychology and multiple intelligences. He looks at eight distinct forms of intelligence: naturalistic, interpersonal, intrapersonal, linguistic, logic-mathematical, bodily/kinaesthetic, musical, and spatial.
  • Barbara L. Fredrickson is at the forefront of research into positive psychology and how positive emotions affect behavior.
  • Aaron T. Beck is undoubtedly best known as the person primarily responsible for the cognitive approach to therapy for depression, which in its modern form of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) has become the gold standard for the clinical treatment of depression, with a much higher success rate than other types of psychotherapy.
  • Jean Piaget work on child development is enormous. Piaget’s theory of cognitive developmentand epistemological view is together called “genetic epistemology“.
  • Abraham Harold Maslow was an American psychologist who was best known for creating Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, a theory of psychological health predicated on fulfilling innate human needs in priority, culminating in self-actualization.

She is ethical and believes in the following principles.

  • Principle 1. Respect for the rights and dignity of the client.
  • Principle 2: Competence gathered over years of experience.
  • Principle 3: Responsibility.
  • Principle 4: Integrity & confidentiality

For every client her goals are:-

  • Facilitating behavioral change slowly and gradually.
  • Helping improve the client’s ability to both establish and maintain relationships.
  • Helping enhance the client’s effectiveness and their ability to cope with self and external environment.
  • Helping promote the decision-making process while facilitating the client’s potential.

For every client, the stages of counseling are well documented and systematically approached

  • Developing the client/clinician relationship with discretion
  • Clarifying and assessing the presenting problem or situation with compassion and empathy
  • Identifying and setting counseling & treatment goals;
  • Designing, planning, and implementing interventions towards achieving success.
  • Termination, and follow-up.

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