Established in 2005, Jaagran is my own psychotherapy practice based on the work of Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961), an eminent Swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst who founded analytical psychology. The name Jaagran is actually an Indian (Hindi) word that means awakening, the act of waking, becoming conscious.
Everyone goes through periodic dips in life, when you feel emotionally low and distressed, and not quite yourself. At these times, you need to share your thoughts and feelings with someone who’s patient, non-judgemental, and trustworthy.
This format of self-development is designed to help you spend time with diverse people, and, together, embark on a journey of personal discovery. The objective of these groups is to increase self-awareness, and thereby, sensitivity to others.
I offer custom-created workshops for organisations and teams interested in self-development through group processes. You can sign up as a company-sponsored participant, or come together with like-minded people whom you know.