Job Posting Date: 5 December 2016

Wanted Counsellors  for First Nanny.In

Wanted Counsellors for First Nanny.In

Job Description:

First Nanny Counsellors are trained to treat clients with emotional, behavioral and mental disturbance with pre pregnancy, pregnancy and post pregnancy. They may work in conjunction with psychologists and psychiatrists, and refer patients to these specialists as they see fit. Counselling sessions may be one-to-one, or sessions involving family members.

People might seek out FNCs if they are dealing with such issues as stress, grief, addiction, depression or conflict. FNCs may also work with patients who have special needs. A good counsellor allows patients to share their emotions and listens objectively and without passing judgment. This encourages patients to open up and be frank about their emotional issues.

As part of the counseling process, they conduct interviews, testing and risk assessment sessions with patients in order to evaluate their mental condition and formulate a treatment plan. They keep detailed notes and records on their patients and monitor their progress. With these tools, FNCs are able to make a diagnosis of mental illness and advise their patients on the best treatment plans.


With a Bachelor's degree, Master's degree is usually necessary to become First Nanny Counsellor. It is even advisable to have a Certificate or Diploma in Counselling. Prefer lady counsellors who are willing to travel as we deal with post pregnancy sessions will be held at the client’s residence.

Required Skills:

To be successful as a FNC, you should find it easy to connect with people and constructively discuss their problems and issues.

Excellent written and verbal communications skills and an analytical approach will serve you well in mental health counselling.


FNCs encourage their clients to express their true feelings in individual sessions. They sometimes bring in family members and friends to participate in the sessions. Counsellors then diagnose mental and emotional disorders, such as anxiety and depression, based on these sessions. They help clients develop coping strategies or find ways to change behaviors, especially when dealing with traumatic changes such as death or divorce. They sometimes work with other professionals, such as doctors and social workers, to provide a more rounded treatment program. If issues become too complex, they can refer clients to community resources, support groups or mental health specialists.

FNCs expected to complete 3 sessions of 1 hour each per day and work 6 day week for Rs.20,000 take home.

Suitable travel allowance per day will be given.

Extra sessions will bring in incentives.

Incentives also come in through clients rating on sessions.

Amrut S Hiranya
Director Health and wellness.

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