Frequently Asked Questions

Clinical psychologists are specialists in the field of mental healthcare. They are uniquely qualified to assess, diagnose and treat individuals experiencing psychological distress and mental illnesses. They are highly trained professionals that deliver treatments which are backed by evidence. In India, the specification for clinical psychologists is completion of MPhil in clinical psychology delineated and recognised by the Rehabilitation Council of India. Clinical psychologists are licensed professionals. They specialize in assessment and treatment of a range of concerns including depression, anxiety, behavioural problems, neurological disorders, substance abuse and the like. However their roles are not restricted to treating mental disorders. They are moderators of change, this could be in any domain of human behaviour and can also be for the purpose of facilitating insight into behavioural patterns and help individuals overcome personal weaknesses. 


A psychologist aims at providing a safe, accepting and non-judgemental space for clients to gain a better understanding of themselves and process various life experiences.


You can decide to book an appointment if you wish to process or cope with:

  • Difficult emotions
  • Traumatic life experiences
  • Work-place stress
  • Challenges in interpersonal relationship
  • Certain thoughts or behaviour that keeps you worried
  • Academic pressure
  • Loss or grief
  • Dependence on substance
  • Relationship issues

Psychotherapy is a collaborative treatment based on the relationship between an individual and a psychologist. It offers a supportive environment that allows you to talk openly with someone who is objective, understanding, and non-judgemental. You and your psychologist will work together to identify and modify the thought and behaviour patterns that are keeping you from feeling your best and effectively developing skills to resolve problems.

Psychotherapy aims to help a person understand their feelings and equip them to face new challenges, both in the present and the future. It’s a space to be your authentic self without fear of judgement. Psychotherapy can help when depression, low self-esteem, addiction, bereavement, or other factors leave a person feeling overwhelmed.

A therapy session is unique to each individual based on their diverse life experiences. It’s a safe place to explore your presenting concern with gentleness and curiosity and unlearning behaviour that cause distress. The session helps you understand your feelings and emotions and how it might be influencing your day-to-day mood, thoughts and behaviour.  There are many types of therapies, each with its own approach and rationale. The type of psychotherapy that’s right for you depends on your individual life situation, presenting concern, and your therapist’s preferred approach.

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Each session is held for 50 minutes.

Yes. To cancel or reschedule please contact at least 24 hours in advance or full session charges apply. Any cancellation/missed appointment will not be refunded. 

No. Our therapy sessions are not covered by health insurances.