Ms. Aishwarya Ajmani has a master's degree in clinical psychology and is a certified NLP practitioner internationally. She is dedicated to assisting others who are dealing with mental health challenges. She started HappeeMindz with the goal of providing preventive services, planning interventions to improve people's mental health, and providing therapy to people who are dealing with emotional difficulties on a daily basis. She wants to raise mental health awareness in our Indian society in order to help erase the stigma associated with seeking mental health counselling.
Area of Expertise
Through online and offline counseling sessions, she has helped over 1000 clients (now happy clients) with relationship troubles, breakups, depression, stress and anxiety, rage issues, grieving, low self-confidence, and phobia. She is associated with International Maritime Institute and conducts well-being programs in Corporates. She collaborated with Dr. Kiran Bedi's NGO, India Vision Foundation, to improve the mental health of female inmates in Tihar Jail and other jails in Delhi NCR.
Her thoughts on Counselling
People are fallible; they will make mistakes and become emotionally distraught, and they require someone who will simply listen to them and understand their problems. Counseling can assist us when we are unable to deal with a life catastrophe and require emotional healing.
Counseling is a procedure in which the client is given a secure space in which they are accepted without being judged for what they disclose. Both the counsellor and the client can work through their emotional issues and take steps to empower the client's thinking.
It is a tool that can assist the client in discovering a better version of themselves and revealing their inner and hidden potential by assisting them in developing psychic insights. I believe that the therapist must accept the client for who they are and show support and compassion regardless of the client's situation.
"I believe in giving the client unconditional positive regard and show complete acceptance without casting judgment. I predominantly follow an eclectic approach comprising of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy, Positive Psychotherapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Solution Focused Therapy."
Her thoughts about Mental Health and Wellness
“When I first began to comprehend the genuine meaning of human emotions, I was motivated by the question of how we may achieve consistency in joy and happiness emotions. Over the years, I've learned that it's not simple to come by, but that's not to say it's completely impossible. We are born with a natural proclivity to quickly return to a state of happiness and contentment. As we progressed, though, we began to lose touch with our natural state of contentment.
Our mind is the Central Processing Unit of our body, and it is vital to maintain the smooth functioning of it. This makes it ironic that we have so much stigma around mental health issues all over the world. It’s remarkable that there are professionals that can help us uplift our mental well-being status but we still hesitate to avail the facility. Why? Embarrassed? Ashamed? Humiliated? The question of the hour is; do you care enough about what is going internally within you? Do you feel embarrassed about addressing what is messing with your head?
We may be able to resolve your internal problems on our own at times, but we may not be able to do so at other times. We may require assistance, which does not make us weak, but rather human. You must invest in your happiness and take action to make yourself happy. Take charge of your happiness and make active attempts to obtain it instead than waiting for others to accomplish it for you.
It's probable that you continued to seek happiness through money gain, sensual stimuli, professional achievements, social methods, and relationships. External factors, on the other hand, cannot produce a sense of joy and happiness that lasts. You might be missing out on a chance to be happy right now in your pursuit of happiness."