Mission Vision & Values
What is Saarathi?
Growing up, building a future, finding meaning, becoming job-ready, and other obstacles that young people confront might make them feel stagnant or even overwhelmed. They also have to deal with the obstacles of integrating into a world that is undergoing extraordinary change, as well as the challenges of recuperating from a physical or mental health crisis these days.
Saarathi Coaching helps young people in developing life skills, building confidence, setting and attaining objectives, managing stress, and handling difficult challenges
What do we do?
Saarathi leverages tried-and-true coaching techniques to help young people discover their potential, find meaning, set goals, and make measurable progress toward them. While teaching youngsters work ethics, professional skills, and leadership abilities, there is always an underlying focus on teaching the values of kindness, thoughtfulness, and care. The objective is to guide them in leading more meaningful and fulfilled lives while also making significant contributions to their communities and the planet.
How we do it?
The Coach will use the Wheel of Life and Visioning tools plus the GROW framework to assist your adolescents in identifying, establishing and making progress toward their goals. They can also choose from a variety of NGO Projects, which they will be guided through over subsequent sessions. Sessions, also generate a shared insight on challenges they face and the attitudes and beliefs they hold, which helps in figuring out what steps they need to take to move forward. Relevant blended training is delivered and innovative technology in key areas.
Saarathi also assists troubled youths and those recovering from mental illness in getting back on track. Young people can also use the coaching sessions to seek support to deal with challenging or embarrassing situations.
Who is a Saarathi?
A Saarathi is a Coach who subscribes to the values of wisdom, kindness and care. They can help you in dealing with issues concerning your roles, goals, mind, body, mind as well your relationship with yourself and the world in a thoughtful, respectful and non-judgemental way.
A brave insight, a gentle wish…
“Four givens are particularly relevant for psychotherapy – the inevitability of death for each of us and for those we love; the freedom to make our lives as we will; our ultimate aloneness; and, finally, the absence of any obvious meaning or sense to life.”
Dr. Irvin Yalom
Unconditional Positive Regard
Customized to the Individual
Tried and Tested Tools
Location and Time Agnostic
Affordable and convenient