Dr. Vansh Chaudhary
My objective is straight forward, find the client’s singular core issue because it always comes down to one and only one. The rest that have been put upon them are merely window dressing or smoke & mirrors which feeds the egos of Psychiatry and their nonsense publication. When I find the core issue, after stripping away the false layers, then I make the client aware and when they are aware I help them resolve and find a sense of well being. I do not change who or what they are, instead I allow them to become high functioning. Clients walk away enlightened, confident, and with healthier self esteem. Otherwise, I do not allow prolonged therapy. There is no purpose in letting a human being become addicted to their misery. Where is the logic in that? If it is to make money, then I am embarrassed that there are such therapists that allow such dependency.
I got my Certification and Licence from 'National Association Of Christian Counsellors'
Frequently asked questions
What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
As a therapist to be able to effectively understand a client’s problem and to develop a treatment plan collaboratively with the client. This requires therapists to be resourceful and flexible so that they can treat their clients in an individualised way based on what their clients need and are able to do.