Sometimes, we have all the company in the world and yet, feel alone. We may be married or in a relationship without feeling like there is someone walking besides us. Perhaps this feeling is due to who our company is or our partner in the relationship/marriage. Or perhaps the feeling is due to who we are ourselves. During these sessions, we’ll understand who you are and where you’re coming from, in addition to understanding the many elements in your life, and then work towards ensuring you always have company, wherever you are, even if you’re entirely alone. Remember, loneliness is a state of mind, and has no connection to the number of companions or friends we have access to. We may suggest hypnotherapy for faster results.

Unless otherwise specified, all prices mentioned are for a single session. The complete course may require more than a single session depending on individual circumstances. All sessions include a 15 minute follow up session, free of cost, one week onward. If you require multiple sessions, please speak with us about a discount, which we’re happy to extend to you, if you’re booking / paying in advance.

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Loneliness is a feeling of social isolation or disconnectedness that can occur when individuals feel alone or disconnected from others. It is a common experience that can affect people of all ages and backgrounds, but it is particularly prevalent among older adults and those who live alone. Loneliness can be caused by a variety of factors, including:
  1. Life transitions: Major life transitions such as moving to a new city, starting a new job, or going through a break-up or divorce can contribute to feelings of loneliness.
  2. Lack of social support: Individuals who lack close friends or family members may feel isolated and disconnected from others.
  3. Mental health issues: Mental health issues such as depression or anxiety can contribute to feelings of loneliness.
  4. Physical health issues: Chronic illnesses or physical disabilities can make it difficult for individuals to participate in social activities or connect with others.
Loneliness can have a negative impact on an individual's physical and mental health. It has been linked to a variety of health problems, including increased risk of heart disease, depression, and cognitive decline. To combat loneliness, individuals can try the following strategies:
  1. Build meaningful connections: Connecting with others is key to combatting loneliness. Individuals can try joining social groups or clubs, attending community events, or volunteering in their local community.
  2. Practice self-care: Taking care of one's physical and emotional well-being can help combat loneliness. This may include engaging in regular exercise, practicing mindfulness or meditation, or pursuing hobbies or interests that bring joy.
  3. Seek support: Individuals who are struggling with loneliness should not hesitate to seek support from mental health professionals, support groups, or other resources in their community.
  4. Stay connected virtually: In today's digital age, it is easier than ever to stay connected with others virtually. Individuals can use social media, video chat, or other online tools to stay connected with friends and family members.
In conclusion, loneliness is a common experience that can have a negative impact on an individual's physical and mental health. By building meaningful connections, practicing self-care, seeking support, and staying connected virtually, individuals can combat loneliness and improve their well-being.

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Program duration

1 session onward

Number of sessions

1 session onward

Additional Sessions

Available on demand. Chargeable.

Session duration

50 minutes

Mode of delivery

Video call

WhatsApp Support

Not included