About me

I provide psychotherapy to individuals, couples, and families. I self identify as South Asian Indian American, queer, cis-female, mixed caste BIPOC. A primary focus of my practice is to decolonize wellness by creating community and accessibility in healing for BIPOC. I share with my clients my respect and excitement about the power of this work!

I recognize the ways our lives can feel fragmented apart when our internal or environmental stress is at its worst. I utilize different treatment methods, and we choose the right-fit approach for you. For those who have endured relationship traumas, our work can attend to the needs of the body, brain, emotions, and the nervous system. I support you to explore experiences, and the next level process – to build language to talk about those thoughts and feelings. From that understanding, a plan usually arises – we can choose strategies to soothe and move ourselves forward.

I have especial emphasis on counseling with women and non binary people of color, queer identified community, immigrant and South Asian identified communities, and with trauma impacted adults and children.

I am honored to support your goals and hopes, and find the pathways together toward calm, purpose, and joy!

Qualifications & Practice Details

License Number: LCS#27940

License State/Territory: California / US

Additional Credentials:

EMDR Trained through EMDRIA

Child Parent Psychotherapy Rostered (UCSF Child Trauma Research Program)

Prescribe Medication: No

Practical Details

Types of Clients
Young People
Session Types
In Person

My services are holistic, cultural, and indigenous informed to support communities experiencing intersectionality. My social work education at the University of Michigan is blended with ongoing clinical training about body, mind, and spirit healing after trauma.

My clinical interests: Healing after trauma, EMDR treatment, work with BIPOC women, LGBTQI and non binary community, and immigrant and next generation folks.