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Mohitha Manoharan (She/Her) is a mental health counsellor from Chennai who practices online and offline. They practice in Adyar.
They're 26 years old and have been practicing since 1 year.
English, Hindi, and Tamil are some of the languages they know, and hourly fee is (₹) 1,000 - 1,500.
They have the following qualifications: MA in Applied and Counselling Psychology,PG Diploma in Clinical Hypnosis,Diploma in Narrative Practices.
Additional qualifications:QACP Certified, MHI.
"I initially chose to become a counsellor because I identify as a pretty empathetic person. I've naturally enjoyed listening to and understanding people and that is what nudged me into the field."
"I would primarily like to communicate to my clients that I am invested in witnessing and understanding their inner world in the first session. I would like for them to take back a sense of feeling heard, and experience the therapy space as one of care and empathy. This involves making space for not only what they are ready to share with me but also for what they are not ready to share with me. I believe safety and trust are built and communicate …"
"I am trained in queer affirmative counselling practice and try to inform and equip myself with resources to support clients who identify as queer and trans. I make my anti-oppression stance clear in and out of therapy (through the therapy intake form, language that I use, and mental health activism that I engage in), and acknowledge the harm that is done by the dominant system that is largely heteronormative. I also listen in an affirmative …"
"I work with clients across the lifespan with different concerns. Some of them are relationships, abuse, trauma, clinical mental health concerns, life changes and accompanying stress, etc."
“I want strength that is strong enough to hold weariness and awe. Strength that is durable enough to withstand the power of being vulnerable in a harsh world. Strength that makes room for support, for not knowing, for needing, for sitting in discomfort without jumping ship. Strength that doesn't ask us to get over it but also allows us to move forward with it. Strength that knows when to allow for wobbling, for help, for space to stop keeping it all together 100% of the time.” ~ Lisa Olivera
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