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Marriage Counselling - Saarthi Counselling Services

Marriage Counselling by Saarthi Counseling Services

We can offer a platform to talk about what your relationships and marriage, counselling solutions to save your marriage, relationship and we help you to get out of your post-divorce emotional Trauma if you’re suffering with one –Shivani Misri Sadhoo, Marriage Counsellor in Delhi

Our Services

Through Saarthi’s marriage counseling, you can make thoughtful decisions about rebuilding your relationship or going your separate ways.

Our Marriage counseling sessions help you and your partner to recognize and resolve conflicts and improve their relationships.

Our Marriage counseling typically includes both partners, but sometimes one partner too can choose to work with counsellor alone. The specific treatment plan depends on the situation. You can talk to our counsellor, Shivani Misri Sadhoo before going for the counselling or to book an appointment at Mobile No: +91-8860875040 or you can email her at:


"For a long time I've felt alone and counselling has given me someone to talk to and make me feel like I'm not dealing with this all by myself, that there is help and support out there. I've found it useful and it's helped me to become more aware about my thoughts."

“I was so scared of speaking to a complete stranger about my personal problems but my first meeting with Saarthi was amazing, she made me feel at ease, like a friend, I was able to talk to her about everything and anything during our sessions. I even cried and cried to a point that I could not cry anymore. Not once did Saarthi ever judge me; she was very caring and always remained professional. Saarthi provided me with tools and methods to help me get through my anger management, she helped me control these anxieties as well as guide me on how to build on my self confidence and self respect. Saarthi made me see things from a different perspective, which I would not have been able to do before. Within a few sessions I had noticed that I was dealing with things in a more positive way and was able to control my anger in a better way. I can now communicate better with my family and am so much calmer and happier within myself. I have become a member of my local gym and within a period of ten months I have lost three stones in weight. I have learnt that I am also important and this has really helped me build up on my self confidence. Now, I really enjoy going out and socializing. Saarthi, thank you so much for everything, I could not have done it alone. You have helped me save me, my marriage and my children. I got my family back and I will never go back to the old me". 

A whole new world has opened up for me since I have seeing Saarthi for counselling sessions.


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