Individual Mentoring & Guided Introspective Sessions
What do we do?
We offer an informal space that’s non judgemental and confidential. The sessions allow you to introspect, unpack, and explore your thoughts and emotions. There are 2 kinds of sessions available.
A Guided Session to Talk Things Out
These mentoring sessions are not meant to replace any ongoing counselling or medical support. Instead, they provide an additional place for you to talk things out and de-stress. Though we have few regular clients, many people prefer coming in for a stand-alone chat each time they feel overwhelmed or cluttered emotionally.
Our final goals are:
- Increase in self-esteem/ self-worth
- Bridging communication gaps (with family members or others)
- Clarity in thoughts and emotions
Though, we specialise in the area of teen mentoring, and over the years have been buddy, mentor, and feel-good space for many teens, our safe-space is available to all (kids, teens & adults) dealing with anxiety, stress, bullying, or low self-esteem.
We provide a listening ear and guide you to a better place through an integrated approach. We recommend 3-5 sessions. This may vary according to individual needs.
Introspective Session for Decision Making
This session is recommended for anyone going through a decision-making process, whether it involves making career choices, everyday personal choices, or big life decisions. The session uses a structured approach to gain clarity over self and situation. Using creative problem-solving tools and a guided narrative approach, the session(s) provides you with pillars to base your decision making process on.
Sessions over Skype
Do write in to firstname.lastname@example.org to know more.
Hourly charges apply. We keep the charges affordable to provide easy access to more people. Please contact us to know more.
About the Mentor:
Prionka is the Founding Director of Sequel and Managing Partner of Little Events. She mentors teens & adults, and helps families bridge communication gaps. A TED Ed speaker, she has delivered talks and conducted workshops addressing self-esteem and communication in Singapore, Hong Kong and India. She is also the founder of In-Group, Support Group for Youth and a Volunteer-Mentor to teens-at-risk with the Ministry of Social & Family Development (MSF), Singapore. An awardee of the Long Service Mentor Award from MSF, Prionka believes in the power of positive communication. Prionka relies on Positive Psychology (and Narrative Therapy) in her interactions, and her focus is on empowering the self towards inspired living.