I’ve always been fascinated with how unique every individual is. It was riveting to me that put through a similar situation, no two people will come out with the same thoughts or experiences. Being a psychologist not only gave me the opportunity to explore these individual differences across people in depth, but also to understand them, celebrate them and use them to facilitate growth in myriad ways.
I hope they feel heard, seen and respected. Post the first session, I hope they feel like they were in a safe space, accepted for who they are and what they bring. Most of all, I wish they feel hopeful. Hopeful that this step is worth taking for themselves.
That it’s a journey worth taking. It will be fun, difficult, exhausting - all at once. But it will be transformative. There are no rules to the process and no ‘right way’. Take your time, begin when you’re ready, take a break if you wish - but continue with it. Also, please feel free to ask any and all questions that you might have.
I work with adolescents, young adults, adults and the geriatric population on concerns ranging from complex trauma, anxiety, emotional difficulties, self and identity, grief and loss, interpersonal relationships and more. I primarily also work with survivors of traumatic experiences like abuse & violence.
I take an eclectic approach grounded in person-centered principles, which means that therapeutic work is personalized to suit each clients needs and goals by drawing on the strengths of different modalities. I am trauma informed and queer affirmative in my practice and actively adopt an intersectional lens to understand concerns.
I’m a queer affirmative practitioner. I strive to make my practice safe and inclusive by using inclusive language, participating in discussions led by community members & seeking supervisions and trainings regularly to educate myself of the history, struggles and lived realities of the community.
The Quote Riddhi Kapoor Resonates With
Courage doesn't always roar. Sometimes it is the little voice at the end of the day that says, 'I'll try again tomorrow'.
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