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The Team

Get to know us!

Hemangi Vyawahare

Existential Psychotherapist

As a Clinical Psychologist with over 8 years of experience in psychotherapy, learning & development, & building mental health facilities in order to provide effective mental health care. Is queer affirmative, feminist, existentialist, & animal-assisted trained therapist, who believes in making mental health services easily accessible and creating safe mental health cultures for all. Has extensive experience in working with Children, Adolescents, & young adults.

She talks to aminals way more than humans in a non-therapy space, is bitten by the academic worm, while reading and pet parent's duties are taken very seriously. She is currently doing her Ph.D., supervising, holding her private practice, in therapy and supervision for herself, and learning randoms skills of pottery, painting, clay flowers and what not.

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Farheen Ayesha
 Psychotherapist

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She is a young dynamic and budding psychotherapist with 3 year of experience. She is adventurous, straightforward and values each of her service users. You will find it very easy to talk to her, no doubt!

She is dabbling in various Schools of thought in psychology to help her service users. She seems to be inclined to existential, feministic, queer affirmative, trauma informed and gestalt therapy but is still exploring so we can see an eclectic side. She is also on her way to dabbling with art, clay, crochet and paints.
She loves to read and write, is very ambitious, and hard working. She can be funny when she wants but has an ability to understand self-deprecating, racist, or rape culture humor and doesn't find that funny ( thank god for that!) She is in therapy, supervision and peer groups and insists on updating herself and her practice.

 

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Shashi Mudgal
 
Psychotherapist

Shashi Mudgal is a seasoned therapist and group facilitator with more than 12 years of experience, who is profoundly trauma-informed, queer affirmative, grounded in attachment theory, and equipped with psychosomatic expertise. Shashi is a multifaceted individual with a heart that beats to the rhythm of compassion. Her diverse interests include classical arts, body movements, dance, and the transformative power of theatre. Her therapeutic approach goes beyond the conventional, as she skillfully incorporates music, dance, theatre, and body work into her practice. These alternative methods, coupled with her extensive experience, create a unique and holistic healing experience for her clients wherein she will understand the intricacies of the human mind while also celebrating your human spirit. 

 

“A word is dead when it is said, some say, I say it just begins to live that day.”

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