We at ReachOutLife, want to help you live each moment of life to the fullest. Life is too precious to be whined away crying over things that weren't meant to be the way you wanted; we should live life zestfully, without stressing over things that cannot be controlled. ReachOutLife professionals help and guide you to overcome problems and take up new challenges in the right spirit. “It’s Good To Share” is the philosophy we live by and it is one amongst our core values. Helping people overcome challenges is what we strive to do through our services.
We at ReachOutLife offer you confidentiality and privacy to talk and share about anything that is bothering you, and or is giving you discomfort. It allows you to talk to someone who is trained to listen attentively and help you to improve things. Therapy is a very personal process. It enables you to identify, address and help you make feel better to overcome your difficulties.
We do this to help people who have tried many things in the past to come out of their current situation on their own or with the help of friends and family members, but could not. ReachOutLife provides professional guidance, support and a right way to approach problems, and help you in attaining positive solutions.
Dr. Juhi Sharma and her group of professionals are qualified, trained and experienced professionals in different areas of Psychotherapy and Counseling. Dr. Juhi Sharma has done advanced professional certifications from “Harvard Medical College” and has written and published various articles in regional and national newspapers.
We Counsel For
Children, young people and their families can sometimes need extra support if they are finding it difficult to deal with or understand their emotions or behavior.
Counseling is not about giving advice but about helping you understand difficulties. Your counsellor can work with you to help you in making decisions and changes
When your marriage is going through rough phase, where things are not working out between you and your partners, any discussion or words end
Bereavement refers specifically to the process of recovering from the death of a loved one. Grief is a reaction to any form of loss. Both encompass a range of feelings from deep sadness to anger.
Emotional and psychological trauma can be the result of extraordinarily stressful events that shatter your sense of security, which can make you feel helpless and vulnerable in a
Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) or Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) usually appears in early childhood. It makes it difficult for people to control their responses.
Addiction happens when you become abnormally dependent on something, often when you’re trying to escape from other problems you are experiencing.
Anger is a normal emotion, but it can become uncontrollable and lead to problems for you, your family and your personal relationships. Anger can show itself as aggression
The acute physical signs of anxiety can be:
• Rapid heartbeat
Autism is a lifelong developmental disability. It is sometimes referred to as an ‘autism spectrum disorder’ or an ASD. While all people with autism may
You may need to access career counseling when you feel you could benefit from some confidential guidance and help. This could be about areas of study
Depression affects the way a person:
Sometimes you may feel that simply sitting down with someone who can help you put your feelings into perspective can be beneficial. If you can’t put your finger
By developing certain skills, you can become more able to change things to:
• Make your life run better
• Realize ambitions
If you have OCD, you may have repeated obsessions and/or compulsions that make you feel anxious. Most people
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a psychological and physical condition that is caused by a very frightening or distressing event. If you have PTSD, you may
Relationship counseling can help improve the way you relate to those people around you, and allow you to break free from old patterns. This can cover all
Many kinds of emotional pain can lead to thoughts of suicide. Your responses to pain are unique. You may reach a point at which you feel you can no longer
Shyness: Biologically Based? A Mental Disorder? or A Quirk? When and…