I have been where you are right now. You never thought this time would come… being in the midst of a crisis. If you are feeling ambushed by mental illness, addiction or that of your loved one, I know first hand what thats like, given mental illness in my family.
If you feel the ground beneath your feet just disappeared and you feel alone, this is the time to reach out and get help from a family coach and intervention specialist- someone like me who can show you there is “light at the end of tunnel” and be there every step of the way, in a journey that can seem daunting and at times hopeless.
Over the past 28 years I have been helping families and couples both as a Crisis screener and family counselor/coach, navigate the toll of mental illness through education, advocacy, crisis intervention and linkage to mental health services. I help my clients navigate the difficulties of the mental health system and transform stress of caring for their loved one into empowerment and hope.
With 1 in 5 people in the US diagnosed with a mental illness, that is often under or mis diagnosed, I help bridge the glaring gap between those who need services and quality service providers. In our work, we will meet either virtually, in my office or in the comfort of your home and will collaboratively work towards a plan.
I offer a free 15 minute phone or video consultation prior to scheduling an appointment. You can learn more about my professional background at https://www.linkedin.com/in/parantap-pandya-ab876423/ and visit my website at www.familyproblems.solutions
Families that work with me are less stressed, less burdened and more able to ‘have a life”. They have found a supportive advocate, learn how to become advocates themselves and engage mindfully in problem solving through various aspects of the mental illness of their loved ones.
We can talk more on phone if you want to explore my services, please call me at 732-939-2574 or email me at email@example.com
Skills and Expertise
Adjusting to Change / Life Transitions
Aggression and Violence
Attention Deficit (ADHD)
Caregiver Issues or Stress
Impulse Control Disorders
Mens Issues and Problems
severe mental illness
Trauma and PTSD
Single Parenting Issues