After spending many years in graphic design plus raising my young children, I decided to re-evaluate my long-term goals. My intention included loving what I do, doing what I love and making a difference.
Envisioning my future, along with much self-reflection, led me to what I instinctively knew. I have always been curious about people, personalities, what makes people tick, and how and why we think, feel and express ourselves the way we do. So it seemed only natural to go back and finish what I’d started at university – Psychology.
I decided to pursue a Masters in Counselling later in life. After graduating, my interests broadened, and I studied with teachers around the world in a wide range of well-established therapeutic frameworks and techniques.
Through further study, working with clients, and doing my own personal work, I gained a true understanding of the interconnectedness of emotions, the mind and the physical body. It became apparent to me that our mental narratives are only a part of what limits us, and that it is crucial to connect with our bodies to facilitate self-awareness and healing. This insight has shaped my approach as an integrative counsellor and psychotherapist with a focus on somatic approaches.
Originally from India, I’ve travelled widely and lived in Singapore, London and Istanbul. My two exceptional children are a blessing and a constant source of inspiration to me. I currently reside in Hong Kong, where I have lived and worked since 2004.