Welcome to ThoughtCounsel

Life, Relationships, Children through different lenses…

Thought Counsel is a specialized multi-city, transnational  counselling network for relationship problem solving, child counselling and life mentoring  across Ahmedabad, Mumbai (India), London and Geneva.


Do you need help with…?
Your marriage and relationships
Family and parenting
Sex life
Separation and Divorce
Children and young adults
Same sex relationship issues
Thought Counsel is here to help you.


“It takes one person to forgive, two people to be reunited.” – Lewis B Smedes


Enriched Relationships


“When you stop expecting people to be perfect, you can like them for who they are.” – Donald Miller

ThoughtCounsel helps people with all kinds of relationship troubles – past, present or future, regardless of whether one is married, living-in or single.

We help couples resolve their interpersonal issues and conflicts. If a relationship is new, we help couples gain an insight into the skills required to make it successful or bring back the sparkle in a long-term relationship. We also help individuals who currently may not be in a relationship at all.

In a nutshell, whether couples are facing difficulties, wanting to strengthen their relationships or seeking assistance to take things forward, we are here to support.

We also help children impacted by a broken home. We facilitate their coping process which can result in a smooth transition and adjustment of their new life situation.

Our priority is healthy relationships for all.


“Happy families are all alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” – Leo Tolstoy



Enriched Life

“Man, when you lose your laugh, you lose your footing.” – Ken Kesey


People get so wrapped in their day to day materialistic lives that sometimes they don’t realize what they are missing out on or it takes a big toll on their wellbeing – mental and physical. Life is very precious and it should be ‘well spent’. And it should be spent doing things for oneself, or for the people around, or even for the world in general leading to self-fulfilment. At ThoughtCounsel, we help people recognize their innate potential, strengths and skills to maximise their optimum levels of happiness. Thus bringing them closer to the pleasant realities of life. It also helps people deal with their personal and professional struggles through goal identification, setting and realization. ThoughtCounsel follows the principle of ‘you only live once, but if you do it right, once is all you need…

“Praise your child for their effort, not for their intelligence. – Anon

I never thought I would be an artist. But life has a way of nudging you along in the right direction. I like to think of it as the butterfly effect.” – Anon



Resilience for alliance

The capacity to recover quickly from a problem is called resilience. But it is not a trait that one has or doesn’t have. Although it is partly determined genetically, it is a skill which can be developed. An intrinsic part of positive psychology, resilience is a magic drug which can heal all wounds and right… Read more Resilience for alliance

It’s my life!!

The latest research suggests the young adults of today are in the process of redefining a lot of things – relationships included. No pressure from the society or people around them can force them to give up on their freedom. The current generation seems to echo the need to live on their own terms. They… Read more It’s my life!!

Live to forgive

The age-old adage ‘to err is human and forgive is divine’ is not as simple (to follow) as it sounds. Especially forgiveness, for it requires a sustained effort and commitment on the part of the person from whom forgiveness is sought. It’s not easy to ask for forgiveness either.  Everybody at some point in their… Read more Live to forgive

Watch your words

Words have the power to heal or hurt. Hurtful words can be emotionally degenerating. The irony is when such words are uttered by people we love, it hurts us even more. Communication through harsh words seems to be the order of the day. Rationalized thinking would try putting the love on a pedestal and consider… Read more Watch your words