MA in Psychology




It's "our wounds are often the openings into the best and most beautiful part of us - David Richo"


I feel every individual has their own unique way of perceiving a concern and then act accordingly. My approach to therapy is to take that unique perception and broaden it into a view that can help the individual understand experiences a bit better and in a new lens. My eclectic approach to therapy involving a blend of Cognitive Behavioral therapy and Solution-Focused Brief Therapy allows me to cater to every individual’s concern.

Her Thoughts on Counseling

Counseling for me is an experience that enhances your way of living, experiencing emotions and problem solving. A space where you can communicate freely, with no judgment, trust and respect can help one go higher in their journey of experiences with respect to self and the world.

Why I Chose Counseling?

Gradually as I started studying psychology, it became a huge if not most part of my life. Counseling calls to me as I was always intrigued about how it can impact an individual’s life positively. Communication is one of my strengths and so I believe in the power of communication and creating a healthy communicative space. Counseling helps me to do that and reach one step closer to a conversing, healing world.

Therapy Style

I believe that a person has the capacity to heal and bring a change within themselves. And so I believe in an eclectic approach, catering to everyone’s unique needs, concerns and behavior.

Concerns Close To My Heart

I welcome every concern that an individual may have, but concerns close to my heart are self-esteem/self-confidence concerns, stress and anxiety concerns.

How I Handle Stress

I deal with stress by talking about it to my close ones, singing my heart out and grooving to my spotify list.

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