MA in Psychology (Specialization in Clinical)




“Sometimes, the questions are complicated and the answers are simple.” - Dr. Seuss


Like every lock has a unique key, I think that even though our larger experiences are the same, every person has a unique trajectory in life and hence, I believe in the approach of catering to the needs of every individual in a form completely curated for them. Largely, my approach is client-centric along with a cognitive-behavioural orientation, and my goal is to help people realize their full potential and become the best version of themselves.

Her Thoughts on Counseling

You ever came across all those boosts and tools you get in a video game? I think of counselling as an upgrade to life that helps you navigate your way better and provide you with all the tools necessary to conquer the game of life. Counselling is a journey, that not only helps you toggle the obstacles coming your way, but also helps you in being more in touch with who you really are and strive to become a better version of yourself. I believe in the notion that there lies a hidden potential in every individual, which when discovered can lead to miraculous outcomes and there is no better place than a counselling session to discover yours.

Why I Chose Counseling?

As I often say to those who ask me this, I didn't choose counselling but counselling chose me. I started on this path not knowing what my destination was, but with each step forward, I know this is the road I was meant to travel. Communication drives me and I believe in the superpower of effective communication space. Hence, psychology and counselling give me an opportunity to provide that safe space for all those yearning for one, and become someone who people look up to in times of need and distress.

Therapy Style

My therapeutic style is client-centred as I believe in the uniqueness that every client brings with them and I try to look at concerns from a solution-focused, cognitive-behavioural lens.

Concerns Close To My Heart

For me, any person reaching out with their concerns is equally welcome. I am willing to become a support system for whoever needs one, and become a facilitator in their journey towards more stable relationships, with not just others but themselves as well.

How I Handle Stress

For me, stress is a reality check that I need to slow things down a bit so that's what I try to do. I unwind over a cup of hot tea with family and friends, read a book, watch a series, cry my eyes out, or simply paint anything and everything.

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