“As Mahatma Gandhi said 'Hate the sin, not the sinner’, is the first step towards reform and change.”

You Are Not Alone

Studies Show That:


Indians experience offenses against human body

source: NCRB, 2021


crimes are against women

source: NCRB, 2021


crimes are against children

source: NCRB, 2021


crimes are cybercrimes

source: NCRB, 2021

dynamics and structure behind crime

Emile Durkheim stated that “crime is inevitable and a natural response to society.” His viewpoint emphasizes how deviance is the first step towards social change and is a natural part of human existence and society. On the other hand, crime negatively affects society. Therefore, social control institutions are required to keep the amount of crime in check. 

Crime may be defined as an act that violates the social norms or legal codes of the country. A criminal act is committed to causing harm. A crime can be committed out of impulse, with motive, or with pre-planning & calculation. In addition to that, frustration, pressing circumstances, or habits can also cause crime. Crime is a concept as old as time. However, with time, we have changed how we view it as well as deal with it.

According to Canter & Young, The study of crime is the main avenue to understanding what makes the society function.” Crime is seen as an aspect of society, not just something that is an activity committed by individual/s. When different aspects of criminality and its consequences come to light, it can help us understand, accept it as a natural aspect of society that can be changed for preventive measures. Criminologists, psychologists, sociologists apply their knowledge and expertise to understand why a crime was committed, how to best deal with it and how to reduce its incidence. 

Experts of the psychology of crime are professionally referred to as criminal and forensic psychologists. Their clients can belong to any age group, and often involve offenders in prison, offenders post-release, at-risk youth or individuals, victims, families of offenders, and victims.

Our Guidance and Support Services

Mental health and Wellbeing Concerns
  • Conduct disorder
  • Risk-taking behavior
  • Impulse control issues
  • Oppositional defiance disorder
  • Lack of empathy and remorse
  • Anger issues
Criminal/Anti-Social Behavior
  • Legal issues
  • Conduct issues, bullying and school truancy
  • Delinquency
  • Child sexual abuse
  • Aggressive, violent behavior
  • Defiant behavior and rule violation
Adjustment and Social Issues
  • Labelling and Stigmatization
  • Financial Issues
  • Re-employment or employment
  • Homelessness and rejection
  • Regional and caste issues
  • Re-victimization
  • Overcriminalization
  • Bullying
  • Abuse 
  • School truancy, rule violation
Technical Expertise
  • Criminal Profiling
  • Counseling of offenders/victims
  • Mental/Psychological assessment
  • Rehabilitation/reintegration of offenders/ victims
  • Psychological evaluation and analysis
  • Preliminary Assessment (JJ Act)