Masters in Clinical & Counselling Psychology

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It does not matter how slowly you go, as long as you don't stop!


I predominantly prefer an Eclectic approach, drawing from Humanistic perspectives of Cognitive-Behavioural, Person Centred and Narrative Therapy.

Her Thoughts on Counseling

It is true when they say, that inside every person you know, there is a different person you don't know! I believe Counselling offers a space where people can share their thoughts and feelings without the fear of being judged or misunderstood, helping you discover and get in touch with that person within.

Why I Chose Counseling?

Tell me your dreams! The marvellous book by Sidney Sheldon happened to be my first encounter with psychology, and there has been no looking back since! The quest to understanding the complicated human mind fascinated me, and every minute insight into every new person just furthered the idea. The constant curiosity to learn a little more fuelled my passion and has brought me here to where I am today.

Therapy Style

Therapy isn't magic that instantly fixes everything, but is a combined product of genuinely listening, understanding your feelings and reframing one's perspective in accordance with an individual. An essential aspect of any successful therapy is understanding the person. Little does one realise the importance of the words "I understand" and that becomes my sole aim of counselling, to be there and well understand!

Concerns Close To My Heart

Any individual that stands at a juncture of life feeling confused and misconstrued- unheard and undervalued, all because they aren't fully understood tug the strings of my heart making relationships, parenting, anxiety and depression my core interests in helping people overcome it.

How I Handle Stress

I firmly believe that no problem can be solved without speaking about it. A lack of communication is the key to most misunderstanding so one way that I reach out to relieve my stress would be to vent and speak to those closest to me. And where words fail, music speaks.

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