About me

*Offering Telehealth to all Georgia residents*

Beginning therapy can be like taking a leap of faith. As a client, this experience can be filled with excitement and hope, but also fear and nervousness. I strive to meet you wherever you are in your journey, through a warm, judgment-free approach. As your therapist, I acknowledge the great honor of holding space for my clients’ vulnerabilities in order to reach your most authentic self.

As a first generation immigrant, I saw a need for therapeutic spaces that not only recognized but celebrated all parts of clients’ identities. I am passionate about dismantling negative stigmas surrounding mental health care, providing safe spaces for those who have been negatively impacted, and empowering clients within their collectivist cultures.

My approach to therapy is through repairing and healing, utilizing a collaborative, trauma-informed approach. I strive for advocacy inside and outside of the therapeutic space, dedicated to making long-lasting change in our South Asian community.

I operate using Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) and Humanistic theories, including narrative and existential frameworks. Feminist theory allows me to address identity exploration, systemic oppression, and social change with my clients in a strengths-focused way.

I would love to be apart of your healing journey. I invite you to contact me to book a free 15 minute phone consultation to see if I would be a good fit for you!

Qualifications & Practice Details

License Number: Pre-Licensed, I currently operate under the direction of Brittany Hewitt, LPC at Heal ATL Counseling & Wellness

License State/Territory: Georgia

Additional Credentials:

MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling

National Certified Counselor

Member of American Counseling Association

Insurance Plans: While I am self-pay, I provide superbills for out of network insurance reimbursement and reduced fees based on demonstrated financial need

Prescribe Medication: No

Practical Details

Types of Clients
Young People
Older Adults
Session Types

Grief & Loss
Culturally Sensitive Care
Intergenerational Trauma
Identity Exploration & Development
Self-Compassion & Self-Worth
College & Young Adult Issues
Life Transitions
Relationship issues

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