Therapy is an empowering opportunity to explore how the unique intersection of your identities and external systems relates to your mental, physical, emotional, relational, and spiritual health.
As a first-generation American woman and child of Indian immigrants, I understand wellness to be inseparable from the societal, political, historical, and cultural systems in which we all live.
I strive to cultivate a supportive and non-judgmental therapeutic space for healing, growth, and self-discovery for those with multiple minority identities. My clients are BIPOC, immigrants, children of immigrants, and those with LGBQ+ and TGNC identities, among others.
My approach begins with developing our connection and incorporates techniques from several therapeutic frameworks, including psychodynamic therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), mindfulness, person-centered therapy, and multicultural and feminist therapy.
Sometimes our process looks like drawing connections between your past and your present. It often includes accepting and reframing your experiences, thoughts, and feelings. We might also collaborate to develop and nurture cognitive and behavioral skills and strategies to help you meet your goals.
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