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Enthusiastic mental health professional believing in helping people
Mali Nilambari Suresh
Healing mind, body & soul via psychological services
I offer a confidential, compassionate space to explore the fullness of yourself and allows you to reconnect with the lost, neglected parts of you
An altruistic counselling psychologist available for people dealing with various life issues
Dr. Neepa Choksi
Purpose Coach, Narrative Practitioner and Access Bars Practitioner supporting individuals and teams in unleash their full potential
An experienced, competent, licensed mental health professional working predominately with children, adolescents, parents, and adults
Providing a humanistic approach towards psychotherapy and counselling along with intermodal expressive arts therapy
Psychotherapist and Executive Coach helping people design life growth and career satisfaction, utilising cutting edge psychological theories
Psychologist focused on Content Creation
Vincent Victor Vaz
Educationalist, Counsellor and Trainer with over 35 years of experience
I’m a trained counselling psychologist who aims to be collaborative, intentional and creative in her practice. I’m available for individual as well as group sessions.
I use trauma informed lens and strength or mindfulness-based approach in my work with clients. Session type: Individual, couple & family.
Consultant clinical psychologist and independent researcher, currently affiliated with Zydus, Shalby and AIMS hospitals
Empathetic mental health professional available for psychological counselling and mental health workshops
Mental Health Institutes in Delhi
A psychologist is a professional who practices psychology and studies normal and abnormal mental states, perceptual, cognitive, emotional, and social processes and behavior by experimenting with, and observing, interpreting, and recording how individuals relate to one another and to their environments. Psychologists usually acquire a four-year bachelor's degree with honors in psychology, followed by a master's degree or doctorate in psychology. Psychologists receive extensive training in psychological test administration, scoring, interpretation, and reporting, while psychiatrists are not trained in psychological testing.