At Pause for Perspective we believe that we all deserve spaces where we can be ourselves, be held, validated and accepted for who we are.
We believe that our truth shines forth when we engage in conversations that entails discourse deconstruction and listening to our bodies.
We believe a higher perspective is always present and all we need is to pause and stay present with ourselves in order to receive it.
Psychological Counseling and Psychotherapy spaces provide for that opportunity to find ourselves, and heal from difficult journeys we often find ourselves in.
There is nothing wrong with you, seeking help is an act of courage, an act of self care and a desire to live more fully.
Our counselors offer space and presence for the unfolding of human experience in order to help individuals understand themselves, live intentionally, overcome trauma, anxieties and life’s challenges.
We offer one-on-one counseling and psychotherapy, group counseling, family, couples counseling as well as counseling for children at Pause for Perspective, Kundan Bagh, Begumpet, Hyderabad. We work with several institutions and organisations around the country as well.
We also work with clients online via skype/zoom and on telephone.
Our approach combines several modalities of counseling and therapy, prominent of them are Mindfulness Based Approaches, Narrative informed, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Existential Therapy, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Client-Centered Therapy as well as Psychodynamic Psychotherapy.
Our modalities firmly sit on deconstructing dominant discourses and working on social justice models that ensure that we are aware of intersectionalities and their impact on mental health.
We recognise our stance and vision and hold it with humility and openness. The social justice stance and who we are in the mental health field is a work in progress and while we dont have everything figured out we are committed to taking a stance and learning as we grow. Borrowing what Adrienne Marie Brown in their book Emergent Strategy quotes, we like to say too that, “We will not wait to be perfect, because we believe the time is now and we would rather be held accountable for our mistakes than forgiven our inaction.”