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Aditi Sharma (She/Her) is a mental health counsellor from Gurgaon who practices online.
They're 29 years old and have been practicing since 2 years.
English, and Hindi are some of the languages they know, and hourly fee is (₹) 1,500 - 3,500.
They have the following qualifications: Masters in Psychology.
Additional qualifications:One Year Training Program (With Certification) in Narrative Therapy From Dulwich Centre Foundation (Australia) and Children First (India),South Asian Diploma in Narrative Ideas & Practices by Narrative Practices India (NPI).
"As far as I remember, I've always been interested in talking to people and learning about their lives. I was sure that I wanted to a part of the health field from early on. As I started to study Psychology, my interest in and awareness about mental health grew. What expanded my view was also looking at mental health with a systemic (rather than an individual) lens. Of course, this took years and years of learning and even unlearning! I think …"
"I realise how much weight and importance we all (therapists and people who consult with them) put on the first session. So many expectations (and questions!) come to be tied with it and I am always trying to be mindful of them. However, over the years I've learnt that therapy is a journey which takes time. The change people hope for might not be immediate. Hence, its possible to not find a 'solution' or a concrete 'answer' after the first therapy …"
"I would again go back to my belief of asking and not assuming. So what I'd move towards is firstly checking in with queer and trans people about what affirming would essentially mean for them. This encourages us to really represent voices from these communities in order to give them a respectful space in the dominant discourse. Ways in which I keep myself informed of their opinion is by attending seminars/conferences, reading literature and …"
"I currently work with children, adolescents and adults (young and middle aged). I have an experience in working with anxiety, relationship conflicts, socio-emotional difficulties, challenges with executive functioning (attention, time-management, emotional regulation and organisation), challenges with parenting, trauma, impact of childhood expereinces, identity, body image issues, managing life stressors/transitions, grief and loss. Additionally, …"
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