About me

Hi there! I’m Simran

At the cross-section of mental health, feminism and navigating intersectional identities as a minority woman, I strive to create a safe and welcoming space for individuals, couples, and groups of all backgrounds and identities through culturally sensitive and LGBTQI+ friendly approaches.

I approach therapy through a multicultural lens, aiming to guide clients through a journey of wellness helping clients gain skills for optimal living. I take a holistic approach to therapy including mindfulness and meditation. I am trained in multiple theories such as humanistic theory and relational-cultural theory. I also draw from narrative therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectic behavioral therapy, interpersonal and social rhythm therapy, and trauma informed therapy when necessary.

I received my Master’s in Counseling in Mental Health and Wellness at New York University. Prior to joining CityTherapy, I worked at a private practice in Brooklyn where I provided psychotherapy to a diverse population of adult clients. I offer counseling services in English, Hindi and Gujarati.

Working together means co-creating a therapeutic journey designed to achieve lasting emotional change existing beyond the therapy room. Schedule an appointment with me today to get started! Please also feel free to get in touch via email at sbharadwaj@citytherapy.nyc with any questions about the process. I look forward to meeting you!

Qualifications & Practice Details

License Number: P117595

License State/Territory: New York

Insurance Plans: In Network: Aetna, BCBS (Medicaid & Medicare), Fidelis, Healthfirst, Agewell, Elderplan; Out of Network: We can provide information on any out-of-pocket costs for your plan after you submit an appointment request form

Prescribe Medication: No

Practical Details

Languages
Hindi
Gujrati
Punjabi
English
Types of Clients
Young People
Adults
Older Adults
Couples
Groups
Session Types
In Person
Online
Specialities

ADHD
Adjustment Disorder
Anxiety
Burnout
Career Counseling
Compassion Fatigue
Cultural and Systemic Oppression
Grief or Loss
Immigration/Acculturation
Personal Growth
Relationship / Marriage Issues
Stress