Increasing demands of the society put on an individual; from work to family relations and childcare, becomes a cause for concern for the individual’s mental health. Adult counselling is focused around transforming the individual’s personality through self-awareness and introspection. Adults tend to place high demands on themselves, constantly striving to achieve or prove their own worth. These demands or high expectations towards self, create thinking errors and negative behavioural patterns – resulting in multiple psychological challenges. These challenges generally arise from each person’s perception and preconceived notions about the world. To name a few, adults often face problems such as anxiety, depression, relationship problems, finding one’s own identity, stress, workplace challenges etc. Therefore, through therapy we try to help clients free themselves from these negative behavioural patterns they get stuck in. We try to understand our client’s triggers and what characteristics contribute to maintaining the problems they face. All individuals face challenges at two different levels: conscious state and unconscious state. Our goal at Faculty Minds it to uncover the inner mechanism of both the conscious and unconscious mind. These aspects help us unravel clients’ past experiences and link them to the presenting problem at hand. We employ an eclectic approach to counselling using Cognitive and Behavioural techniques to ensure a holistic remoulding for our clients.