Dr. Kamal Khurana has been working on relationship Counselling, marriage counseling, and various aspects aon the same, using his psychological intervention skills.
A lot of his work has been appreciated by the media. Sample of the media coverages is displayed below:
- On TV: Dr. Kamal Khurana on TV speaking on Marriage Counselling & Marriage problems
- In Online Media: Dr. Kamal Khurana's inputs on marriage & relationship problem solving
- In Print Media: Dr. Kamal Khurana on counseling
On TV : Dr. Kamal Khurana on TV speaking on Relationship Counseling & Marriage problems
Delhi Aaj Tak:
Relationship problem solving
Urban Marriage Problems
In Online Media: Dr. Kamal Khurana's inputs on marriage & relationship problem solving
Do you mock your mate?
Dr. Kamal Khurana, relationship counselor states, "Laughing together and laughing at someone are two different things. When you say something satirical about your mate, you are in a way belittling, disowning and disrespecting him/her. Whether consciously or unconsciously, partners fail to realise that such callous remarks indicate their inconsiderate behaviour and will in the long term harm the relationship."
India Today Group Online - itgo.in
Bounce back after a break-up
According to relationship therapist Dr Kamal Khurana of counselling clinic Purple Alley, the incidence of break-ups among unmarried couples is at an alltime high now. He says, “Today’s youngsters are short on patience and acceptance, specially in a romantic relationship”.
Are you dating a married man?
Dr Kamal Khurana, a marriage and relationship counselor explains, "Women who fall for married men are usually seeking attention and emotional support. Since married men seem to be more experienced and mature, they get attracted towards them.
Owing to their experience, married men understand the emotional needs and desires of women better than their single counterparts. However, men usually get attracted to other women as a result of a deficiency or a lack of satisfaction (emotional/sexual) in their present relationship. "
Cosmopoliton - cosmo.itgo.in
Banish the V-day slump!
According to Dr Kamal Khurana, Marriage and Relationship Therapist, “Valentine’s Day and the period around it is a temporary phase of anticipation and excitement, especially as practically everybody is celebrating it. When your mind is projected to so many stimuli, you begin to expect too much out of that one day or week. So naturally, when it is over, the blues set in.”
In Print Media: Dr. Kamal Khurana on counseling
Valentines Day, Love Counseling
Marriage problems & In-laws
Marriage Problems on Rise
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