Amanpreet Nagpal is an efficient, conscientious and caring counselor with extensive knowledge of facilitating empowerment, rehabilitation and guidance to clients who have experienced trauma and hardship.
Past life Regression Trainer, Family Constellation Trainer, Theta Healing Trainer, Inner Child Work, Angel Therapist, Reiki healer, Hypnotherapy, Crystal Healing, Graphology, Tarot card reader & Astrologer
Radhika Chopra - Tarot reading, Graphology, Pythagoras system of numerology, Releasing of toxic emotions and events from energy field, Metaphor therapy, Access bars, Access body processes and Energy transformation of bodies, health, and spaces, Facilitator conducting Bars, Body process, Energetic facelift classes and Right Voice for You Taster.
Mr. Amit Raheja Access Bars® Facilitator, Access Body Process Facilitator, ESB Practitioner, SOP (Symphony of Possibilities) Practitioner
Ms. Shweta Raheja Access Bars® Facilitator, Access Body Process Facilitator, ESB Practitioner
Co - founded by four spiritual entrepreneurs, Soul Route is one of its kind life empowerment & transformation center offering full range of psychotherapy & alternative life enhancing services aimed at cultivating healthy & successful lifestyles.
Dr. Khushboo Shah - Clinical hypnotherapy, Reiki, Music therapy and Access Consciousness. Practising as a facilitator of Access Bars, Access Body Processes and as a Talk to the Entities Practitioner (Access) for nearly a year with Illuminations well-being centre she finally found her answers in Questions. Her philosophy is to constantly ask the "right" questions and help people in forming the "right" questions as the "right answers" will only follow the "right" questions.
Anjali Nagpal is a business trainer, a life coach and workshop facilitator certified to present Heal Your Life transformational workshop worldwide (based on the philosophy of Louise L Hay) approved by Hay House, US. She also conducts others workshops relating to self healing.
Dr Atul Limayes's clinic offers a full spectrum of holistic healthcare services such as Homeopathy and Acupuncture to help you regain that balance when it is off, and to help you maintain that balance even in the face of everyday stresses. Many patients have found complementary approaches, such as homeopathy and acupuncture to be useful in their overall holistic care.
Sushma Singh "Joyful Healer" is an Internationally Licensed Access Bars Facilitator. Sushma is a holistic healer with hands on experience of years. She is also a facilitator for holistic courses. She is a certified Access Bars® Facilitator, Access Body Process Facilitator, a qualified different other modalities, Meditation and Mudra Therapist.
I am a Clinical Psychologist, Behavioural Interventionist & Clinical Hypnotherapist. I treat wide range of behavioural, emotional, physical, and psychosomatic disorders while highly specializing in Regression Therapies. Where required, we use pranic healing, crystal healing and mudra healing modalities.
Access Bars Facilitator, Access Body Process Facilitator, ESSE (energetic synthesis of structural embodiment ) practitioner, Talk To The Entities Practitioner, Tarot and Angel Card Reader & Crystal Healer.
Blossom Furtado is a Board certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, as well as a Past Life Therapist - Spirit Release Therapist - Life Between Lives Spiritual Regression Therapist & Trainer - Relationship Counselor - Life Coach - Trainer - Teacher for Hypnotherapy Courses and other Therapeutic Approaches. Her mission is to create a healer in every family.
Poonam Sharma is widely known for offering superior standard and precise services. Based in Chandigarh, she runs a Wellness Centre called Krish Consultations. The Centre is widely visited by a broad clientele within and across the nation.
KripaJyoti Nisha Singla (PGDBM) is a Spiritual master, Energy worker, Reiki Master, Theta Instructor, and a dedicated Artist who has been working in the field of healings, spirituality, counselling, relationship healing, family therapy and alternative medicine therapies from more than 12 years.
Panic is typically defined as acute anxiety, terror, and or fright that is usually of immediate and sudden onset. The panic feels uncontrollable to the one experiencing it. Panic attacks are considered to be more acute and intense than general panic.
Anxiety Anxiety is a complex experience. You can consider it similar to a combination of the feeling of fear, apprehension and worry all at the same time, often accompanied by physical sensations such as the sensation of feeling ones heart beat loudly, chest pain and/or shortness of breath without any exertion. It is similar to Anxiety Attack, but not as acute, or as intense.
In western medicine, stress symptoms are produced as a result of a structure, system, or organism being acted on by forces that disrupt equilibrium or produce strain. In health care, the term denotes the physical and psychological forces that are experienced by individuals in daily life such as fear, anxiety, physical strain, and many other factors. When stress occurs in large quantities that the system cannot handle in a healthy way, it produces pathological changes in the body and thus disease is born.
A anxiety attack is a period of intense fear or discomfort, typically with an abrupt onset and usually lasting no more than thirty minutes. Anxiety attacks are much different from other types of anxiety, in that anxiety attacks are very sudden, appear unprovoked, and are often disabling.
Eating disorders are a group of mental disorders that interfere with normal food consumption. They may lead to serious health problems and, in the case of both bulimia nervosa and anorexia nervosa, even death. The major recognized eating disorders are anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder and rumination. Other mental disorders, such as clinical depression or anxiety can also disturb eating patterns, but these disorders are not considered eating disorders. In these cases, the change in eating behavior is not considered a central feature of the disorder. Symptoms of eating disorders are dependant upon the specific diagnosis
Clinical Depression is a health condition of depression with mental and physical components reaching criteria generally accepted by clinicians. Although nearly any mood with some element of sadness may colloquially be termed a depression, clinical depression is more than just a temporary state of sadness. Symptoms of clinical depression lasting two weeks or longer in duration, and of a severity that they begin to interfere with daily living, can generally be said to constitute clinical depression.
Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is one of the most commonly diagnosed mental disorders among children, although it also occurs in adults.
In ordinary conversation, nearly any mood with some element of sadness may be called "depressed". However, for depression to be termed clinical depression it must reach criteria which are generally accepted by clinicians; it is more than just a temporary state of sadness. Generally, when symptoms last two weeks or more, and are so severe that they interfere with daily living, one can be said to be suffering from clinical depression. Using DSM-IV-TR terminology, someone with a major depressive disorder can, by definition, be said to be suffering from clinical depression. True clinical depression is distinguished from non-organic illnesses that mimic it, such as caffeinism.
Adult Attention Deficit Disorder
Adult attention deficit disorder (AADD) is the common terminology for the psychiatric condition currently known as attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), also known as attention deficit disorder (ADD), when it occurs in adulthood.
Anorexia is an eating disorder characterised by voluntary starvation and exercise stress. Anorexia is a complex disease, involving psychological, sociological and physiological components. A person who is suffering from anorexia is known as an 'anorexic,' 'anorectic,' or the less common 'anoretic.' Anorexia simply refers to the medical symptom of lost appetite. Anorectic and anoretic also refer to appetite-suppressing drugs.
Schizophrenia is a psychiatric diagnosis denoting a persistent, often chronic, mental illness variously affecting behavior, thinking, and emotion. The status of schizophrenia is controversial, largely due to the lack of objective criteria for diagnosis and the subsequent difficulty in adequately researching an inadequately defined condition. Research has suggested however, that both genetic and social influences are important contributing factors. Schizophrenia is commonly, but usually incorrectly, assumed to involve a 'split personality'.
Dementia (from Latin demens) is progressive decline in cognitive function due to damage or disease in the brain beyond what might be expected from normal aging. Particularly affected areas may be memory, attention, language and problem solving, although particularly in the later stages of the condition, affected persons may be disoriented in time (not knowing what day, week, month or year it is), place (not knowing where they are) and person (not knowing who they are). Dementia can be classified as either reversible or irreversible depending upon the etiology of the disease. Dementia is a non-specific term that encompasses many disease processes just as fever is attributable to many etiologies.
Obesity is a condition in which the natural energy reserve of a mammal (such as a human), which is stored in fat tissue, is expanded far beyond usual levels to the point where it impairs health. Obesity in wild animals is relatively rare, but it is common in domestic animals like pigs and household pets who may be overfed and underexercised.
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a term for the psychological consequences of exposure to or confrontation with stressful experiences, which involve actual or threatened death, serious physical injury or a threat to physical integrity and which the person found highly traumatic. Symptoms can include reexperiencing phenomena such as nightmares and flashbacks, avoidance of reminders and emotional detachment, and hyperarousal with sleep abnormalities, extreme distress resulting from personal "triggers", irritability and excessive startle. There is also the possibility of simultaneous suffering of other psychiatric disorders. Experiences likely to induce the condition include rape, combat exposure, natural catastrophes, violent attacks, childbirth and perhaps its accompanying exhaustion, and childhood physical/emotional abuse. PTSD often becomes a chronic condition but can improve with treatment or even spontaneously.