She is a spirited being which is evident from her training as a Suicide First Responder and also her work in the field of Traumatic Stress. She is genuinely concerned and helpful towards the cause of Suicide Prevention and Trauma. She has worked dedicatedly with clients who have experienced deep-seated trauma and provided life-changing interventions for her clients to cope with and cure the trauma. She has over two years of experience working with clients across age groups. She has worked closely with the LGBTQ Community. She is sincerely concerned for the community and works with them in a nonintrusive, empathetic, and friendly manner. Her unconditional positive regard and nonjudgmental perspective make her a preferred choice for the community. She has an infinite acceptance for the marginalized and discriminated people and helps them create a strong identity and self-belief. Her other areas of work include gender and sexuality, traumatic experiences, dysfunctional relationship experiences, and workplace and life stressors.
Another area close to her heart is the challenges faced by women. Being a mental health crusader, she understands the negative impact of family, relationships, and societal demands on Women. She has worked closely for the prevention of violence against women and substance abuse rehabilitation. Through these, she has better understood how people are a part of social and cultural systems. This understanding has played a big role in her work in helping clients identify and maneuver through these systems. She believes in creating awareness in people and unlearning the unhealthy patterns of thinking, feeling, and behaving.
She practices a person-centered therapy approach, whilst borrowing techniques from various schools of thought. She believes agency and insight to be extremely powerful and is aimed at nurturing an environment that allows for these to grow.
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