REBT and the Workplace: An Interview with Prof. K.M. Phadke

REBT and the Workplace: An Interview with Prof. K.M. Phadke

‘If something is irrational, that means it won’t work; it’s usually unrealistic!’ -Albert Ellis Albert Ellis laid the foundations of Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy in the 1950’s. REBT, as it is often called, is meant to act on the...
The Key to Productivity at Work

The Key to Productivity at Work

What we think about the spaces we work within often shape the productivity we offer them. When we are unable to feel motivated about working within a space, it is often important to look at what we think about the place we work at. How is our daily experience going to...
The Myths of Workplace Counselling

The Myths of Workplace Counselling

The notion of Workplace Counselling is not akin to rigorous therapy. It is a mild increment to our productivity at work. In the contemporary context, where days at work are lightning fast, stress is omnipresent. No corporate has the privilege to say that they are...