How I Can Help You

It's my goal to create a comfortable, safe environment, where we'll work to achieve the goal together
Services

Services

My counselling services will help women to explore and review their lives. 

Empowering Women

Empowering Women

Empowering women to take control of their lives.

Relationships

Relationships

Loving each other makes it easier to solve the invariable issues that come up daily.

Marital Issues

Marital Issues

Cope up with the challenges of pre and post marriage adjustments and transitions.

Dr. Rachna Arora

Psychologist, Author, Blogger

My Mission

To help women transform personal challenges into life-enhancing opportunities. I want to inspire, motivate, encourage and ignite the desire in women to have wings of hope so that they can fly high and are never afraid to go in the direction of dreams.

My Vision

I have a vision where I see women are no more slaves of societal norms and are empowered enough to live a life of equality.

My Philosophy

I believe the greatest gift we can give to others is our time and I feel highly satisfied devoting my time for others. I believe that there is no woman in the world who does not have any dream, wish or passion in life, but more often women give up their hopes and suppress desires and sacrifice their dreams due to many reasons. So, I want a woman to start living the life she wants. From my personal experience and learning, I have observed and witnessed that woman, once empowered in her thoughts, can live life confidently and with self-belief.

I strongly feel that we all have the power to make our lives better and be happy.  There is nothing in life that can imprison our happiness as it is very much in our control. I believe that every person has the capability to do something for others and has the power to make little difference in the life of others and make them smile.

I take life and every moment as it comes and goes with the flow. I do not believe in long term future planning as I feel that every breath we take is a gift of God and with every breath, we get an opportunity to live on this beautiful earth. I believe in being peaceful and happy in the present moment. We are mortal beings and one day will have to depart and this beautiful journey will cease. So one should make the most of every moment and enjoy life with gratitude.

“Life is uncertain as we are not sure about what is going to happen the very next moment, so we should cherish every moment of life as it is a blessing to enjoy and experience this human self on the journey called life.”

My Message

“Do not crave for approval and appreciation from others. Love yourself for who you are and respect your decisions as this is the key to Happiness.”

Official Bio

It's my goal to create a comfortable, safe environment, where we'll work to achieve the goal together

Dr. Rachna Arora is a psychologist, counselor, author, blogger, poet and the founder and creator of yourcounsellingcorner.com, an online platform that focuses primarily on women empowerment. With a Ph.D. in Psychology and years of counselling experience, she is actively involved in assisting women of all ages who seeking solutions to their psychological, emotional and relational problems, enabling them to live a happy and fulfilled life.

She provides online counselling to women for various issues on  yourcounsellingcorner.com and on various other online platforms. Her practice is dedicated to empowering women and girls live more confident, authentic and fulfilled lives. She feels highly satisfied in helping women assert themselves and helps them understand their needs and preferences in life so that they become truly empowered.

She holds M.A, M.Phil. and Ph.D. degrees in Psychology. She started her career as a Psychology counsellor with an NGO and counselled clients for family and relationship issues. She has also worked as a counselor with PGIMER, Chandigarh and was awarded the Best counsellor award from State Aids Control Society, Chandigarh. Currently, she is based in Singapore and provides online counselling services to Indian women. She is the co-author of the book, ‘Indian Women and the Shaadi Conundrum’ which is a self-help book for women to effectively cope up with the pre and post wedding challenges. In 2016, she also co-founded thehappywomen.com, with the purpose of empowering, motivating and inspiring women.

She believes that cultural expectations influence women’s behaviour and relationships to a great extent. Taking the cultural aspect into consideration, she helps women to achieve balance and control over their lives and be truly empowered. She also believes that healthy relationships with others and greater awareness of self, are essential prerequisites of mental and physical well-being. She helps women to explore and develop good relationships with others and with their own self. She believes that guidance and effective counselling can help women stay happy and satisfied.

Her Approach to counselling is rooted in the belief that clients are their own experts, and her role is to facilitate and support the client’s journey as they manage and overcome difficulties and challenges in their life. She develops a strong, respectful, non-judgmental and honest relationship with clients so that they can openly explore their feelings, circumstances, and relationships.

She views her role in the counselling process as that of an active guide so that women can derive maximum benefit from her services and come up with the right solutions to their problems. She does her best to help a woman to feel at ease when talking to her, and offer a safe space to slow down, reflect, and connect with inner self so that a woman can find the answers she is searching for.

Her Book, Indian Women and The Shaadi Conundrum, is a self-help book for women to effectively cope up with the pre and post marriage challenges and deal positively with all changes that come post marriage. This book is helpful for all the Indian women as it empowers them to live a happy and fulfilling life.

Selected Interviews:

  1. Indian Women and The Shaadi Conundrum
  2. Laws are not enough to protect rights of women