"It is important to have a healthy regard for yourself, have a strong sense of conviction in what you believe and be clear and firm on how you express yourself. If people respect themselves, it is easy to extend the same to others. It is a worthwhile goal to pursue and we aim to help others in this journey to develop a strong and healthy relationship with everyone, starting with themselves."
Dr. Mukulika Ghose Banerji aims at utilising and extending her knowledge and experience in the field of counselling, self-development, and social welfare for the benefit of people from all walks of life.
She has been a part of an NGO working with underprivileged youth since 1992.
Her active involvement in the field of Child Welfare and Youth Development is just one of the many ways in which she is trying to bring about a change in this world, one day at a time. Her work includes organising and conducting counselling sessions and self-development workshops for school, and college students as well as teachers. She also takes workshops in the corporate world for improving Customer Service and enhancing the Customer Experience. She has extensive experience in Recruitment, Training, Customer Service and Performance Management and brings her experience into the Counselling forum to help her clients from the corporate sector or those running their own businesses.
She believes that SSWC is a safe space for people who wish to express themselves without inhibition. People who come here to seek help, are encouraged to talk about their feelings and emotions and will be heard and supported without judgement or criticism. The aim is to help you gain a better understanding of your feelings and thought processes so that you can find effective solutions to your problems.
The Birth of Serenity Space
Serenity Space was established to make a difference for people struggling to cope with everyday problems, especially the ones who feel they are not understood and have nowhere to go for assistance. People frequently struggle in life with what seems to be insurmountable problems. They find themselves overwhelmed at critical junctures and need to talk about their concerns and explore their options in a safe and confidential environment.
Everyone faces difficulties and some of us cope better than others. How a person looks at life and chooses a path to travel can decide whether the journey is a calm flow of positive energy laced with peaceful acceptance or a constant struggle with their internal beliefs and self-confidence leading them to question the value of their existence.