About me

We are a South Asian lead team of professional therapists offering online support worldwide to South Asian clients.

Our therapists at Aahna South Asian Therapy are driven by a profound commitment to uplift and offer a helping hand to the South Asian community, infusing cultural insights into their practice. We acknowledge and address biases unique to each South Asian culture, also bridging language barriers by offering services in languages such as Punjabi, Hindi, and Urdu.

South Asians can navigate a multitude of challenges, encompassing issues such as identity, religious beliefs, spirituality, gender roles, societal status, guilt, shame, sexuality, race, generational trauma, women’s and men’s mental health, among others. Therefore, our therapists are deeply attuned to these cultural nuances, fostering an environment of cultural sensitivity and understanding.

We extend therapy and mental health support tailored specifically for the South Asian community, with therapists who possess cross-cultural competence and proficiency, spanning Indian, Hindu, Sikh, Punjabi, Muslim, and Asian communities alike.

Rest assured, all our South Asian therapists are licensed professionals, holding qualifications and memberships with accredited bodies for Counseling & Psychotherapy in the United Kingdom. With their wealth of experience, they offer a blend of expertise, empathy, and relational skills, providing a nurturing space for you to explore and heal at your own pace.




Qualifications & Practice Details

Years in Practice: 10+

Member: UKCP / BACP / NCPS

Additional Credentials:

Areas of counselling and psychotherapy we deal with:

- Depression – including suicidal ideation
- Relationship difficulties – family, partners, improving communication skills
- Anxiety – including generalised anxiety, panic disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder
- Stress – including life stress, work stress, the stress of education
- Personal struggles – self-esteem, self-confidence, negative self-beliefs
- Addiction – substance abuse, gambling, sexual addiction
- Eating disorders – anorexia, bulimia
- Abuse – emotional, physical, sexual, financial
- Bereavements – past or present losses
- Trauma – childhood, life events
- Spiritual or Religious struggles

Insurance Plans: No

Prescribe Medication: No

Practical Details

Types of Clients
Older Adults
Session Types
  • Relationship Issues
  • Domestic Abuse
  • Trauma
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Addiction
  • Bereavement