Stress Management

To generate an effective stress management program, it is important to recognise factors that are controlling the individual's stress. And, also to identify the intervention methods that effectively target those factors. Stress was traditionally conceptualised to be a result of external insults beyond the control of those experiencing the stress. Recently, however, it has been argued that external circumstances do not have any intrinsic capacity to produce stress, but instead, their effect is mediated by the individual's perceptions, capacities, and understanding.

  • Depression/Anxiety
  • Career counselling
  • Work-life balance
  • Studies/personality related issues
  • Chronic Illness
  • PTSD
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There is a range of genetic and environmental risk factors for developing an addiction that varies across the population. Roughly, about half of the individual risk for developing an addiction is derived from genetics, while the other half is derived from the environment. However, in individuals, a relatively low genetic loading, exposure to sufficiently high doses of an addictive drug for a long period of time can result in an addiction. In other words, anyone can become an addict under the rational circumstances.

  • Drugs/substance
  • Alcohol
  • Smoking

Stress, Anxiety, Depression, Relationship Conflicts, Resolve them


Fulfilling and supportive relationships do not come automatically, and they require good social skills and a high understanding of time and energy to stay stable and go the distance. Sometimes, important connections break down, which can leave people feeling disappointed and unsure of what to do next. In some cases, relationships may not be fulfilling our expectations, which can impact our happiness and life satisfaction. On the other hand, some people may crave close friendships and/or romantic relationships but find them very difficult to come by.

  • Marriage counselling
  • Family counselling
  • Parent-child Relationship
  • Friendship/peer relationship Counselling
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