We are dedicated to providing mental health services, including counseling, psychometric tests, and more. Our goal is to be a leader in the mental health field by offering top-notch psychological interventions, therapies, and services to our clients.
Our Counseling Services are available to anyone experiencing emotional or mental stress. Our team of psychologists employs an Eclectic Therapy model to ensure that each individual receives the highest level of care possible.
Our counseling professionals have extensive experience in diverse specializations and provide personalized care to help clients achieve mental wellness and personal growth
Specialisation: Anxiety, anger management, self-harm, stress management
Specialisation: Youth counselling, child counselling, relationship counselling, stress management, anxiety management
Specialisation: Adolescent counseling, relationship & career counseling, Family Counselling, stress management, anxiety management
Specialization - Queer Affirmative, Career Counselling, Anxiety & Stress Management, Adolescent counselling and Trauma informed care
Specialization - Youth counseling, relationship counseling, stress management, anxiety management
Specialization - Counseling, psychotherapy, employee wellness, anxiety management, stress management, anger management, depression, Anxiety issues, Cognitive behaviour therapy, panic attack management
Specialization: Cognitive Analytic Therapy, Family & pre marital and Marital Counselling, Adolescent Medicine, Adult Psychotherapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Hypnotherapy, Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy
Specialization: Counselling for childhood mental well-being issues, parent-child dialogue, early life crisis, anxiety, depression, work-life issues, body image issues, self-image issues, past trauma
Psychometric testing is a standardized procedure used to measure an individual’s mental abilities, personality traits, and behavioral styles. These tests are widely used in various fields, including education, psychology, and business, to evaluate individuals and provide valuable insights into their cognitive abilities, personality characteristics, and other important traits.
Psychometric tests typically fall into two main categories: aptitude and personality tests. Aptitude tests are designed to measure an individual’s cognitive abilities, including reasoning, problem-solving, and spatial awareness. Personality tests, on the other hand, assess an individual’s behavioral styles, emotional tendencies, and other personality characteristics.
Psychometric testing has several benefits, including providing objective and reliable information about an individual’s abilities and traits, allowing organizations to make better decisions about recruitment, employee development, and promotion. These tests also help individuals gain a better understanding of their strengths and weaknesses, which can be helpful in personal and professional development.
Overall, psychometric testing is a valuable tool that can provide valuable insights into an individual’s abilities and traits. With proper use and interpretation, these tests can help individuals and organizations make better decisions and achieve their goals.
Uncover the factors that influence decision-making, actions, and preferences. Psychometric testing assesses interests and desires to identify what motivates individuals to meet certain expectations.
Designed to systematically elicit information about a person's motivations, preferences, interests, emotional make-up, and style of interacting with people and situations
Determine and measure a person’s ability to acquire, through future training, some specific set of skills (intellectual, motor, and so on
Measure the capacity to make abstractions, to learn, and to deal with novel situations
Aimed at assessing the qualities and abilities that constitute creativity
Ability to monitor one's own and others' emotions, to discriminate among them, and to use the information to guide one's thinking and actions
Designed to measure a person's level of skill, accomplishment, or knowledge in a specific area
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Mental illnesses are health conditions that disrupt a person’s thoughts, emotions, relationships and daily functioning. They are associated with distress and diminished capacity to engage in the ordinary activities of daily life. It is important to know that mental illnesses are medical conditions that have nothing to do with a person’s character, intelligence or willpower. Additionally, these illnesses also have psychological and social factors.
Although the exact source of mental illness is not known, research points to a mix of genetic, biological, psychosocial and environmental factors as leading to mental illnesses.
Symptoms of mental health disorders vary depending on the type and severity of the condition. Usually, the presence of a combination of the following symptoms may be seen problematic:
In adults: • Confused thinking • Long lasting sadness or irritability • Extreme highs and lows in mood • Excessive fear, worrying or anxiety • Social withdrawal • Dramatic changes in eating or sleeping habits • Strong feelings of anger • Delusions or hallucinations • Increasing inability to cope with daily tasks • Thoughts of suicide • Denial of obvious problems • Many unexplained physical problems • Substance abuse
In older children/teens: • Abuse of drugs or alcohol • Inability to cope with daily tasks • Excessive complaints of physical ailments • Changes in sleep and eating habits • Defying authority, school refusal, stealing, damaging property • Intense fear of gaining weight • Long lasting negative moods • Thoughts of death, suicide and self harm
In younger children: • Changes in school performance • Poor grades despite efforts • Excessive worrying and anxiety • Hyperactivity • Persistent nightmares • Persistent disobedience • Aggressive behaviors • Frequent temper tantrums • Frequent bedwetting • School refusal
Therapy helps one to develop the ability to solve problems. It offers practical and supportive ways to manage stress and other difficult parts of everyday life. These coping skills can be helpful throughout one’s life, even when one is no longer attending therapy.
All therapies/counseling are good when used by trained therapists. Remember for therapies to work the patient must be willing to work through the process and follow the instructions given by the therapist.
Yes, our qualified psychologists at We Avec U believe in client confidentiality. We ensure that privacy will be maintained in all therapy/counseling sessions.
Therapy is the use of psychological methods and systems to treat people with depression, anxiety, and other mental disorders.