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“If we do not change our direction, we are likely to end up where we are headed.I am here to accompany and assist my clients while they change direction and switch gears.”

Niti Gupta,

Founding Director

Psychotherapist & Counsellor

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About YouTurn Consulting

‘Happiness is for everyone’, and with the same vision, YouTurn Consulting was founded by Niti Gupta to help you lead a better life by guiding you thoughtfully to manage your mental and emotional wellbeing. 

 

At YouTurn Consulting, we use psychotherapy and counselling to help you confront, understand and manage the roller coaster of emotions that life throws at you and empower your life’s journey with peace and self-acceptance.

We believe that YOU are the core of your own happiness and positivity. Only YOU can change the course of your life for the better, when you know yourself more and learn to accept and value your own SELF.

 

With empathy and compassion in our hearts, we are here to be your helping hands in your journey of self-discovery and finding mental peace. We are your keepers in a journey that’s about YOU, that starts with YOU.

 
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Niti Gupta

Niti Gupta is a Certified Integrative Systemic psychotherapist and counsellor. She holds a Master of Counselling Degree from Singapore University of Social Sciences and a registered member with the Singapore Association of Counsellors (SAC). Niti is a firm believer in the power of communication, connection and creativity in personal growth and healing.

 

Audrey Leong

Audrey holds a Master of Counselling degree from the Singapore University of Social Sciences and specialises in individual counselling. A millennial herself, Audrey is familiar with the struggles and issues that many of us face due to existential differences because of growing up in a technology-saturated environment. It is thus her wish to reach out to everyone who faces challenges coping with stress and with managing their interpersonal relationships.

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Dr. Susanne Lingohr-Wolf

Dr Susanne Lingohr-Wolf knows first-hand the struggles of TCK/TCA (Third Culture Kid/ Adult) and Expat lives. After working as a development consultant for the United Nations, Susanne’s life journey has led her to pursue a Master of Counselling degree at the Executive Counselling and Training Academy, Singapore.

 

Why Is Mental Wellbeing Important?

Health, according to the WHO, “is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being.”

 

While most people often confuse ‘good health’ for just a perfect state of their physical well-being, the mentioned line here is used to help you understand the significance of your mental health, your mental wellbeing too as an integral and essential component of your health.

 

Mental wellness/mental wellbeing is a positive state of our mental health. And this positivity is more than just the absence of a mental illness. This positivity is about training your mind in a way to help you realize your true potential.

 

Being mentally well means that your mind is in order and functioning in your best interest. You are able to think, feel and act in ways that create a positive impact on your physical and social well-being.

 

Mentally well people are positive, self-assured and happy. They are in control of their thoughts, emotions and behaviour. This enables them to handle challenges, build strong relationships and enjoy life.

Achieving mental wellbeing enables you to:

Realize your own abilities

Cope with stress and challenges of life

Engage in productive work

Contribute to the community

Your mental wellbeing is crucial to help you make the most of your life’s journey. Mental wellbeing isn’t a

‘get-done-with-for-once-and-all’ kind of job, it’s rather about sustaining the same, which ultimately requires time and effort. 

 

"There is no health without mental health." The more you invest in your mental health, the stronger you will become.

How Do We Help You?

  • Process-driven approach

  • Proactive awareness and advocacy

  • Resilience

  • Empowerment

 

What People Say

I want to convey my heartfelt gratitude to my therapist, Niti Gupta, to counsel me and help me through a difficult phase of my life. It had been a tough time, and honestly, I was very concerned and clueless when I spoke to her for the first time. I was sceptical and overwhelmed by the circumstances.

Many thanks to Niti for patiently listening to me and understanding my issues. While she was always professional and non-judgemental, she was also honest and crisp with her advice during my sessions with her. Talking to Niti helped me uncover many aspects of myself which further enabled me to be my best version in all walks of life. Therapy has helped me be at peace so that I can be a better person, wife, Mom, and physician. 

 

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Dr R (Female, 37 years)

 

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