MA (Counselling) Psychology




“Help will always be given…to those who ask for it” -Albus Dumbledore, Harry Potter


My approach to therapy is humanistic as I believe every client is a unique person. I borrow my counselling practices from Solution-Focussed Brief Therapy (SFBT) and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).

Her Thoughts on Counseling

I believe counselling is a journey that the client ventures on. There may be different companions (therapists), as well as different roads (therapy styles), but the traveller (client) will figure out a way to reach their destination. The right path and companion will help make this journey a little less difficult and a little more fulfilling.

Why I Chose Counseling?

“Is it me? … Why me? … “Can I do this?”… “Is it even worth it?” … “Am I enough?” … “I wish it would stop hurting” So many of us have asked ourselves these questions but just couldn’t get the right answer. My calling to counselling stems from the understanding of these shared experiences. We’ve all wanted someone sometime who’d just listen to us, help us make sense of things… someone we could confide in and look for solutions with. Being able to create such a therapeutic space is what drove me toward counselling.

Therapy Style

I have an affirmative client-centred style, with therapeutic practices borrowed from solution- focussed, rational-emotive and cognitive-behavioural therapies.

Concerns Close To My Heart

Stress from daily life can seep into relationships and a person’s overall wellbeing. Navigating through day-to-day challenges, building a queer-affirmative space, being able to resolve relationship conflicts and enhancing overall wellbeing are the concerns close to my heart.

How I Handle Stress

A cup of hot tea, long walks, occasional good-company and an ear to listen to me are my go-to stress busters.

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