Ann Mary Jacob
Counselling Psychologist | Vent-Out Mascot
- 45 min45 minutes
- 600 Indian rupees₹600
Areas of expertise/specializations - Career Counselling - Relationship Issues - Stress Management - Anxiety & Stress - Children, Young Adults and Adults Languages known English, Hindi and Malayalam Types of cases dealt with and comfortable with - Grief & Loss Cases - Relationship Issues - Self Image - Depression - Body Image - Career Counselling - Family Counselling - BPD Cases - Stress & Anxiety Cases - Children with Special Needs - SLD Issues and AUD Cases Hobbies/other engagements/interest areas : I always had a keen interest in drawing and with time I was able to practice different drawing styles. Recently, my interest is leaning more towards digital portraits. I also find my solace in books as they keep me warm on a cold hard day. On a stressful day, dance keeps me moving. A short bio about yourself I am Ann Mary Jacob, Counselling Psychologist, I have always been keen about talking and being around people. Psychology as a subject has interested me as it has unfurled a passage for communication and understand more about people; how each human is individualistic even after having experienced similar events and circumstances. I have completed my Masters in Counselling Psychology from Christ (Deemed to be University), NCR Campus. I gained specialized training in Mental Health Counselling, Psychological First Aid, Multicultural Counselling, Positive Psychology, Career & Vocational Guidance, and Transactional Analysis. I have been working as a Counselling Psychologist since past one year and my therapeutic approach has been eclectic, combining Person Centred Therapy and Humanistic Therapy. Each day has been a wonderful journey with new inferences and learning about humans and how each mind works. Psychology has provided me with the necessary insight and understanding towards it. Your take on mental health My journey with psychology has spanned seven years now and gave me an insight into how mental health is an integral part of our survival just as much as physical health. When we focus on it, every aspect of life can be better. Restricting our thoughts won’t help rather opening up to your emotions and feelings and confronting them head on is the first step to healing.