MANNA STYLE (COMPLETE MODERNISM)

नि:शुल्क परामर्श ( Free Counselling )

 A Life Grooming Happiness Programme (ए लाइफ ग्रूमिंग हैप्पीनेस प्रोग्राम)

Conducted by Manish Kothari (Motivator)

सम्माननीय समाजजन, आज के इस  भौतिकवादी समय  मे रोज की  आपाधापी , जवाबदारी,  कर्तव्य इत्यादि को निभाते हुवे कब हम अनायास ही मानसिक तनाव का शिकार हो जाते है, हमे ख्याल ही नहीं रहता है। सामाजिक जीवन की व्यवस्थाओं मे सामंजस बैठा कर अपना जीवन इस तरह से निर्वाह करे की  अन्य व्यक्तियों को  आप को देख कर प्रेरणा प्राप्त हो। कैसे ?

दुसरो को प्रेरित करने के लिए आपका लाजवाब होना अत्यंत जरूरी है। बस यही है Manna Style। आपके  दैनिक  जीवन मे आने वाली व्यक्तिगत, पारिवारिक, मित्रगण, सामाजिक और व्यापारीक सामस्याओ का समाधान तथा आपके व्यक्तिगत एवं सामाजिक जीवन को उन्नत बनाने का है सहज प्रयास।

Manna Style, विगत 25 वर्षों के गहन अध्ययन के बाद समाज को और प्रबुद्ध एवं उन्नत बनाने के लिए सतत प्रयासरत......., विगत 20 वर्षों से रियल  एस्टेट कंसल्टेंट और  मुम्बई से 1991 मे प्रशिक्षित फ़ैशन डिज़ाइनर श्री मनीष कोठारी ने तय किया है की नित्य अपने जीवन के 3 घंटे समाज को समर्पित करेंगे। आपका ऊदेश्य समाज को विस्तृत द्रुष्टिकोण प्रदान कर पूरी दुनिया को एक छोटा परिवार बनाना है। सर्वधर्म सदभाव को चरितार्थ करने हेतु जहाँ जाती, धर्म, भाषा या संस्कृती विवाद का कारण नहीं बने, वरन विविधताए हमारे जीने, जानने व प्रेम करने का कारण बने। जहाँ राग, द्वेष, ईर्षा, घृणा, इत्यादि के लिए कोई जगह नहीं  हो। हर एक व्यक्ति अपने  आपको दुनिया से परिचित कराने के लिए स्वतंत्र हो। प्रयास है की एक व्यक्ति की व्यक्तिगत सोच किसी अन्य व्यक्ति के व्यक्तित्व के अध्याय को समाप्त नहीं करे। बहुत तैयारी और मनन के बाद श्री मनीष कोठारी को विचार आया की यदि व्यक्ति ने अपने स्वयं के वैचारिक विकास पर, परिवार पर, समाज पर, संबंधो पर, अपने रहन सहन पर, अपने स्वास्थ्य, अपनी हॉबी पर और समाज के प्रति अपने कर्तव्यो पर  उपयुक्त  ध्यान नहीं दिया तो भारतीय संस्कृति के परिचायक हमारे परिवार और समाज पश्चिमी संस्कृति की भांति खुद को  विध्वंस के सन्मुख पाएंगे। अतः हमे आधुनिकता को तो अपनाना है, किन्तु नैतिकता के मार्ग को चुनते हुवे जिसमे हमारी संस्कृति का मान बढ़ाते हुवे व संसार के आधुनिकतम कार्यो को पूर्ण करने हेतु समकक्ष शिक्षा प्रणाली की पूर्ण तैयारी हो।  हमारे धर्म, जाती, बोली, व्यवहार एवं संस्कृति इत्यादि दूसरों को प्रेरित करे।

  “आत्म निर्भर होने से व्यक्ति को आत्म सम्मान की अनुभूति होती है और आत्म सम्मान आने से दुसरो को सम्मान देने की भावना जागृत होती है।“ बस यही छोटी सी भावना के कर्म वाक्य पर आधारित है Manna Style का motivational Counselling प्रोग्राम। जहाँ आप निम्नलिखित विषयों पर आपके जीवन मे कोई समस्या हो या आपकी सीखने की इच्छा है तो भी आप हमारा काउन्सेलिंग सेशन  का लाभ ले सकते है बिलकुल नि:शुल्क। जी हाँ जैसा की हमने आपको पहले बताया की हमारा यह प्रयास जीवन को एवं समाज को  उन्नत बनाने का है।

 

(1) SELF IDENTITY ( अपने अस्तित्व से परिचय )

 आप कौन है? आप क्या है? आप कहा से आए है ? आप को कहाँ जाना है? आप क्या हो सकते है? आप खुद को क्या बना सकते है? इस संसार के लिए कितने उपयोगी हो सकते है? हम आप को इन सब बातों को जवाब दे सकते है। एक अति आकर्षक एवं विस्तृत व्यक्तित्व का निर्माण इन सवालो का जवाब हो सकता है।

विनम्र अनुरोध है की उपर लिखे सवालो का एक बार गंभीरता से चिंतन जरूर करे ।

 

(2) HOBBY ( शौख / अभिरुची )

1 क्या आपकी कौई हॉबी है जिसकी वजह से अपना सम्पूर्ण जीवन खुशहाल बिता सकते है?

2  हॉबी होना चाहिए की नहीं?

3  हॉबी क्या होना चाहिए?

4  क्या आपका शौख आपको आर्थिक सुद्र्ढ़ता भी दे सकता है?

5 क्या आपका शौख आपको परिवार, समाज और दुनिया मे सम्मान दिला सकता है?

इन सभी प्रश्नो के उत्तर आपको मन्ना स्टाइल के counselling सत्र मे प्राप्त हो सकते है।

अपने जीवन को सुखमय, सम्मानजनक और आर्थिक द्रीष्ठि से सुद्र्ढ़ बनाने की विधि ।

 

 (3) HEALTH and FITNESS ( स्वास्थ और शारीरिक सुद्र्ढ़ता )

 1 आप हैल्थ को लेकर क्या समझते है?

2 फ़िटनेस से आपका क्या तात्पर्य है?

3 क्या हैल्थ और फ़िटनेस एक ही बात है या एक सिक्के के दो पहलू

4 मेडिटेशन क्या है?

5 सूर्य नमस्कार क्या है?

6 योगिक क्रियाओं का जीवन मे क्या महत्व है?

7 क्या मे भीतर और बाहर दोनों अवस्था मे स्वस्थ हूँ ? की नहीं?

मानसिक और शारीरिक अवस्था मे अन्तर/एसे कई प्रश्नो के उत्तर जीस मे आप अपने स्वास्थ को एवं शरीर को एसा बना सकते हो जो किसी के काम आ सके ना की उसे बोझ की तरह ढोना पड़े।

 

(4) RELATIONSHIP   ( रिश्ते और लोकव्यवहार )

1 क्या आप खुद से खुश है ? क्या दूसरे आप से प्रसन्न है ?

2 आपके माता पिता तथा भाई बहन से आपका व्यवहार कैसा है और उनका आपके साथ कैसा व्यवहार है?

3 आपके सामाजिक सम्बन्ध अर्थात समाज, कार्यालय, मित्रगण, सहकर्मी, आपके अधीनस्त कार्य करने वाले और आप जिनके करीब है उनसे आपके सम्बन्ध कैसे है और उनके आपसे कैसे है?

4 यदि आप विवाह योग्य है तो आपके सामने विवाह पश्चात क्या चुनौतीया आयेगी? कभी सोचा है उन्हे कैसे हैंडल करना है?

5  पति / पत्नी के बिच कैसा व्यवहार हो ?( दाम्पत्य जीवन की कुशलताए। ) सास, ससुर, ननंद, देवर, भाभी, जेठ, जेठानी और अन्य के दिल मे कैसे जगह बना सकते है?  अपने ससुराल के "हीरो" बनना है?

रिश्तो का हमारे जीवन पर गहरा प्रभाव हे । रिश्ते निभाने की कला मे निपुण होना अति आवश्यक हे। बस , कुछ छोटी-छोटी बातों का ध्यान रखना हे । वो बातें क्या हे हम आपके साथ अपने विचार बाँट लेंगे ।

 

 

(5) LIFESTYLE ( जीवन शैली )

1 क्या आपका व्यक्तित्व अन्य को  प्रभावित करता है?

2 क्या आप स्वयं को कहि भी प्रस्तुत करने योग्य है?

3 क्या आप मे Fashion Sense है?

4 क्या आपमे वस्तुओं का उपयोग करने की समझ है?

5 जीवन शैली LIFESTYLE क्या मतलब क्या होता है?

एसी अनेक बाते जो आपको अन्यों से अलग बनाती है। Counsellling लेंगे तो पूरे समाज मे प्रभावशाली हो जायेगे।

 

राह मे पड़ा पत्थर शायद किसी को आकर्षित न कर पाये किन्तु यदि किसी गुणी कलाकार द्वारा उसे सुंदर मूर्ति के रूप मे तराश दिया जाए तो वही पत्थर सभी व्यक्तियों एवं जगहों पर आदर योग्य हो जायेगा। पत्थर से मूर्ति बनाने की कला है बस Manna Style। और भी बहुत कुछ, अपनी सुरक्षा, कर्तव्य, दायित्व एवं अधिकारों के संबंध मे आँख खोल देने वाली बाते। अपना Counseling Session आज ही  book कराये तथा दूसरों को भी प्रेरित करे। प्रति विषय आधा घंटे का समय रहेगा। अपना विषय देखे जो सवाल भी मन मे आये हमसे समाधान लेकर वापस जाये। यह केवल एक प्रायोगिक विधि है। हमे Doctor न समझे। हम सिर्फ Motivator और Counselor है। बाकी आप की तरह Normal इंसान। आपकी Privacy और Reputation का हम हमेशा ध्यान रखेंगे ।

 

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Manna Style is basically a system of boosting individual life hence live in society with dignity so that we all would be groomed in every aspect of society. If we are ready for a positive change then our surrounding environment automatically changes with our efforts. Here in Manna Style we understand about individual personality and life living cultures to give him/her better life living solutions after understanding problems so that he/she can lead his/her life in a better way. By making his life happy; his family, friends and societywill be happy from his positive change in life. Now his hobby, health, emotional speech and life style will introduce his own identity to himself.

Here in Manna Style we focus on all little issues of lifestyle with positive energy and changes. Manna Style is also giving sight to the society to live a better life so that whole world becomes one family with no negative thoughts coming in anyone’s mind. Manna Style is giving grooming advice on how an individual can improve one’s personality to live a better life to create a better society and better family coordination.

Mr. Manish Kothari from Manna Style is experienced with Manna Style Therapy which boosts life grooming expertise and help society to solve complex life living problems. His unique techniques of helping society to live better life with own efforts and achieve your aim of Life. Mr. Manish Kothari thought about the life influence person about successful life.

When you are going through a difficult time, it can be very easy to keep your worries to yourself and believe that you are the only one experiencing such painful feelings. While we all have our own ways of coping, information and support can make a huge difference.

Manna Style was set up by a Man who know how difficult it can be to find the support and information you need. Being a team who between us have experienced various mental health issues, we know how it feels to be overwhelmed, isolated and somewhat lost.

Through our own experiences, we have learnt how important having relevant information is and how the right support can help transform lives.

Our journey inspired us to share what we have learnt along the way with others. Our team is passionate about counselling and we want to promote the huge benefits talking therapy can have. We know how important it is to find the right counsellor for you and we are dedicated to making that process as simple as possible.

Manna Style Counselling services may be able to help with all of the above and issues such as those listed below:

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  • Abuse – Emotional, Physical, Sexual

    Abuse means that you have experienced behaviour that is harmful to you. It may be in the past or in the present and can be physical, emotional or sexual abuse. Talking to a counsellor will help you to identify how this abuse is affecting you and help you feel positive about your life now and in the future. The confidential nature of counselling means you can safely talk about difficult events or relationships.

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  • Addiction (e.g. Alcohol, Computer games, Drugs, Food, Gambling, Sex, Smoking)

    If you are Addicted to certain behaviours or substances – it is likely that something that you originally did for enjoyment or to feel better now feels out of your control. It may affect all areas of your life in a negative way. Talking to a counsellor will be a first step towards identifying how to build coping skills to help you regain control of your life.

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  • Adolescence

    There are many different changes in a young person’s life as they move from childhood to adulthood. From mood swings and frustration to all the pressures of social media – although adolescence is something everyone experiences – those experiences are different for everyone. You may not want to talk to your family or friends – and it can be very reassuring to talk to a counsellor to share your feelings.

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  • Adoption

    If you are an adopted (child) adult you may have unresolved feelings about being adopted – you may want to talk about decisions you want to make to explore your past and plan for the future. If you are hoping to adopt a child – it can be helpful to have a third party you can talk to in confidence about any feelings or concerns that you have. Only counsellors and psychotherapists who are registered with Ofsted as part of an Adoption Support Agency can legally offer adoption counselling.

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  • Anger Management

    If you are aware that angry emotions and behaviours are having a negative effect upon your life and those around you it can be very helpful to talk about the causes and how you can identify and manage situations where you experience excess anger. Some people ‘lash out’ verbally or physically and others suppress their anger and may not have the words to express their feelings. Talking to a therapist can help you realise that although anger is a normal emotion – if it is starting to negatively impact upon your life there are ways to help you ‘manage’ your anger.

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  • Assertiveness / Self-confidence / Self-esteem

    Whether it is in a work situation or in your personal life – some people find it difficult to express themselves and get their point of view across. There are all sorts of techniques and exercises that can help you learn how to be assertive and this will in turn increase your self-confidence and help to build your self-esteem.

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  • Autism & Aspergers Syndrome

    Autism is the central condition in the group of difficulties known as Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). They are neurodevelopmental disorders – this means that they are caused by abnormalities in the way the brain develops and works.

    Asperger's syndrome is a term used for some higher functioning people on the autism spectrum who have intellectual ability in the average range and no delays in learning to talk.

    Children and their families can be helped in many ways for example:

    • being given information about the condition
    • managing behavioural difficulties
    • developing social communication and emotional skills
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  • Bereavement / Loss

    The death of a loved one or the loss of anything that is significant in your life (a pet, a relationship, even a job). You may feel lost and full of conflicting emotions - anger, grief, hopelessness. You may not want to talk with friends and family and there is nobody to tell you what to expect and how to cope. Nobody can replace what you have lost but it can be comforting to have somebody to talk to at such times.

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  • Bullying

    Bullying can affect both children and adults and can make you feel very alone and frightened. It may make you feel as if you are powerless and there is no solution. Social media can mean that the bullies can seem to follow in to the safety of your own home – it feels as if there is no escape. Therapy can allow you to talk about what is happening and get support in the current situation and skills to change the future.

    It is important that you speak to a trusted person who is experienced in dealing with bullying so you are not trying to cope alone while feeling vulnerable.

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  • Carers

    As a carer for a family member or a loved one you may find yourself feeling unsupported and exhausted. You may feel angry and abandoned yourself at the same time as having to be strong and capable for the person you are caring for. Perhaps you are having to cope with issues about finances and benefits and perhaps have other dependents as well. By talking to a counsellor you can talk about you and your feelings and seek help in creating coping strategies to share the load.

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  • Cultural issues

    We live in a multi-culture Society and for some people this is a life-choice and for some people events have forced them to move from their homeland to a different country. Understanding how to negotiate cultural differences and customs is much easier if you have someone who can share advice and experiences with you. Helping immigrant parents to negotiate the world that their children are growing up in, understanding customs about dress and modesty, accessing support in a place where everything may literally be a ‘foreign language.’

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  • Depression

    Depression is an illness that can affect anybody, at any stage in their life. Some people become depressed as a reaction to a specific life event and others find that for no apparent reason a ‘low mood’ becomes something more pervasive. It is important to talk to your GP if you are feeling depressed and they can help you decide the best course of action. They may recommend a course of counselling – cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) can also be helpful by giving you techniques to challenge your negative thought patterns.

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  • Disability

    ‘Disability’ can mean different things to different people and for some people they may have been born with or completely accepted/adapted to any change in the way they interact with the world. For those who experience a ‘disability’ later in life such as following an illness or an accident, it may be difficult to reach an acceptance and come to terms with such changes. For example, those who have served in the armed forces may suffer life changing injuries and as well as any physical impact this can have an emotional impact upon the individual concerned and their families. Having the opportunity to talk about such feelings and emotions with a counsellor can be a way of working through any unresolved issues.

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  • Divorce & Separation

    The breakdown and end of a relationship can be difficult and painful for all concerned. By the nature of the circumstances the person you would normally turn to for support and help is not available. Talking to a counsellor either individually or as a couple can be helpful. To help with difficulties within your relationship and how best to move forward, talking to a counsellor may be useful.

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  • Eating disorders

    Eating disorders can cover a whole spectrum of behaviours relating to an individual’s choices around food for example anorexia and bulimia. The physical effects of eating disorders can be very harmful to an individual and in extreme cases may be fatal. Counselling can help with identifying the underlying issues that may be causing the issues – for example body image and the pressures of social media. A person may not know why they have an issue with eating and they may feel unable to help themselves, counselling can offer emotional support and comfort on the journey to recovery.

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  • Family

    Families will change and grow along with each individual family member. The behaviour of each family member may affect the whole family. Natural change such as the birth of a new child, the illness or death of a family member and even something such as the ‘empty nest syndrome’ will affect the dynamic of the family group. Talking to a therapist can be helpful and some therapists are trained to work with families as a group and help all members understand how events that affect one can affect all.

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  • Financial difficulties

    If you are experiencing difficulties with managing your finances, or find yourself falling into debt, it will help to talk to a debt counsellor or agency. They will help you work out a plan to make changes and be able to link you to different agencies that can offer support.

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  • Gender identity

    If you are confused about your gender identity, sometimes called gender dysphoria, it may be helpful to speak to a specialist counsellor who has done additional training in transgender and sexual diversity issues.

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  • Generally unhappy with your life

    Perhaps there is nothing really wrong with your life but you just feel generally unhappy and want to talk to someone about your feelings and maybe get help with making changes. The opportunity to talk with a therapist can give you a ‘sounding board’ to help you identify why you are feeling unhappy. The chance to reflect on you and your feelings can be a very useful exercise to help you acknowledge your achievements and talk about ideas and plans for the future.

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  • Illness and dying

    Acute or chronic illness and the end of life will impact upon the individual concerned and their loved ones. Practical support from nurses and carers may be available and the hospice movement offers invaluable support. People may feel depressed, angry and confused (both the patient and those around them) and counselling gives the opportunity to explore these feelings. A person may want to ‘protect’ their loved ones and not talk about their feelings – counselling can provide a safe and non-judgmental space to talk.

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  • Mindfulness

    Mindfulness practice is a way of learning how to identify your thoughts and control your mind. A therapist trained in this area will give you the techniques to help you do this and for many it becomes a life-long practice that they do for themselves.

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  • Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)

    If you cannot stop recurring, negative thoughts coming into your mind; or you have to have to touch or count things or repeat the same action like washing your hands over and over you may have Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). To feel safe and to relieve your feelings of anxiety you develop ‘rituals’ to help you cope. For example when you leave the house you may need to check numerous times that the front door is closed, you may need to count your steps – and if you miss one start all over again.

    Counselling can be helpful to identify the source of your anxieties and learn techniques to help you change your the obsessive behaviours. If you speak to your GP, they will help by referring you to a counsellor and may prescribe medication.

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  • Parenting skills

    Most people will use their own experience of childhood and the parenting that they received as a basis for parenting their own children. Some people never have the opportunity to experience ‘good’ parenting and even if they have they may benefit from extra support in enhancing their parenting skills. It may be practical skills; it may be understanding your child’s behaviour and your own reactions. Parenting skills can help you to ‘stand back’ from a situation and ask for help to change outcomes.

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  • Post-traumatic stress (PTSD)

    After a serious traumatic event people are likely to feel distressed and can experience symptoms for some time. It is common to feel anxious, angry, emotional, and to have difficulty putting the event out of their mind. Some people develop a more severe condition called Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD. They may experience:

    • Flashbacks and nightmares – they relive the event in their mind, again and again.
    • Avoid thinking about it - by keeping busy and avoiding anything or anyone that reminds them of the event.
    • Feeling ‘on guard’ – they stay alert all the time, can’t relax, feel anxious and can’t sleep.
    • Physical symptoms – aches and pains, diarrhoea, irregular heartbeats, headaches, feelings of panic and fear, depression.

    Consulting a GP in the first instance is important. Therapy may help. For example, CBT can help a person to think differently about their memories and teach relaxation techniques. Eye movement desensitisation & reprocessing (EMDR) uses eye movements to help the brain process flashbacks and to make sense of the traumatic experience.

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  • Pregnancy related issues

    Counselling can be helpful when there are difficulties relating to pregnancy. Difficulties in conception, difficulties during pregnancy and birth and in the period after the birth of a child can affect both the mother and other family members. Being able to talk to a counsellor in confidence may help with any of these issues.

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  • Relationships

    Relationships with family members and with friends are an important part of life. When there are problems or when relationships ‘break down’ it can be helpful to talk to a counsellor to help move forward. Some people find it difficult to form relationships with others and the ‘therapeutic relationship’ offered in counselling can be very helpful in such cases by providing a safe space in which to learn and practice relationship skills.

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  • Self-harm

    People may self-harm by taking tablets, cutting, burning, piercing or swallowing objects. It is more common in young people, women, gay and bisexual people. Some people self-harm regularly - it can become almost an addiction.

    Talking to a therapist may be helpful to help you understand and explore your self-harming behaviour. You should really see someone who has a lot of experience of helping people who self-harm, and who knows about mental health problems. Your GP should be able to refer you.

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  • Sexuality Identity

    Some people are more comfortable in same sex relationships and some in opposite sex relationships. This may change during a person’s life and is not ‘fixed in stone’ but can be very fluid. It may be helpful to talk to a therapist if you want to explore your feelings about identity.

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  • Shyness / Social Phobia

    Shyness is a fairly common feeling - if it's mild, it doesn't really spoil life. A lot of people worry about meeting new people but once they are with them they can relax and enjoy the situation. If you have a social phobia, you get extremely anxious when you are with other people.

    A long term social phobia may create other mental health issues such as depression or drug and alcohol abuse. Some people may develop agoraphobia and feel unable to leave the house.

    A therapist may be able to help by helping you with social skills training; or with a therapy such as cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) which can help you change the way you feel about yourself and other people.

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  • Spirituality

    Some counsellors, for example those following a Jungian or Psychosynthesis approach, include a spiritual emphasis in their work. Pastoral counselling is also available for people following a particular religion. In addition to established 12-step programmes for alcohol and substance misuse, new approaches such as mindfulness-based cognitive therapy for the treatment of stress, anxiety and depression (MBCT), compassion-focused therapy and forgiveness therapy are now being actively researched and supported. Spirituality often becomes more important in times of emotional stress, physical and mental illness, loss, bereavement and end of life.

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  • Suicidal feelings

    If you are experiencing suicidal feelings and feel that you may harm yourself / take your own life you may want to phone and talk to an advisor at the Manna Style. If you are experiencing suicidal feelings generally but do not feel that you will take any action, then it will be good to speak to your GP for advice and they may well refer you for counselling.

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  • Trauma

    If you have experienced any sort of very dangerous or stressful event that made you feel both frightened and powerless, you may find that you feel unsafe and vulnerable and unable to cope with day to day life. Events such as major accidents, natural disasters or being the victim of a mugging or other violent attack may leave you feeling unable to cope. Even once any physical affects have healed you may still experience emotional and psychological trauma and not understand why you cannot ‘get over it’. Talking to a trained counsellor can help you to explore your feelings and help you to heal ‘on the inside’ as well as the outside.

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  • Violence/ Victim support

    For a person to either directly experience or even to witness a violent event will likely have an ongoing negative influence on their lives. They may feel fear, disbelief and anger (as well as any physical effects) and may find that they no longer feel confident about carrying on with life as before. People may want to protect their loved ones by reassuring them that ‘everything is ok’ and they may suppress their true feelings.

    It can help to cope and moving on from such events if a person is able to talk to either a counsellor or an organisation such as Victim Support.

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  • Young people and children

    Some counsellors have trained specifically to work with children and young people and will have many techniques (other than talking) that may help a child deal with difficult events and their feelings. Any event or trauma that affects a family may also have an effect upon a child and they may not understand or be able to express their feelings – a trained counsellor can help them work through their issues. A number of schools offer counselling services and your local GP is a good point of reference. CAMHS

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