My sessions do not offer advice, but rather educate you about yourself and your options so that you can make clear decisions
The goal is to help you identify what you want and need so that I can enable you to make clear, informed decisions that reflect your values, and goals
Art therapy is a fun and effective form of psychotherapy that uses creative methods to help individuals understand, express, and heal through the medium of art. I am trained to use art-based interventions to help clients improve their mental health. Whether it’s through painting, music, dance, or journaling, art has a unique ability to access the unconscious mind and bring clarity to thoughts and emotions.
Helps individuals heal and improve mental health
Holistic wellness for homemakers
Accesses the unconscious mind for clarity of thoughts and emotions
Engaging and fun form of therapy
My art therapy services are offered in both psychological therapy sessions and other settings like coffee shops and corporate events. Contact me today to schedule a session and start your journey toward healing and self-discovery.
Drawing Analysis is a technique that combines psychoanalysis, color psychotherapy, and art therapy to help individuals understand their subconscious mind through the medium of art. I use this approach to address various issues, including depression, anxiety, career issues, and more.
Helps understand the subconscious mind
Expresses emotions, past traumas, and personal struggles
Combines principles of psychoanalysis, color therapy, and art therapy
Tailored to meet the unique needs of each client
Contact me today to schedule a session and start exploring the depths of your subconscious mind through Drawing Analysis.
I am love, and because I am love, I cannot lose love. And because I cannot lose love, I give love – joyfully. Over and over
I used to play dress up as a child. It was my favorite game, I could be anything from a character from a movie to my grandfather, from a vegetable seller to a bride. Now that I look back, it wasn’t the clothes or the game, I wanted to be the persona. I wanted to feel how it is to be that person. I wanted to get into their role and life and go through what they are going through. Later I realized this is empathy. And I wanted to empathize with the people around me. I wanted to be a paan wala and feel the excitement of making a paan and I wanted to be a wonder woman to feel powerful. This empathy is exactly what has helped me to do the exact same thing today but professionally – to be a psychologist just without the dress up!
I want to thank my grandfather Mr. Manoharlal Bhatia for all the love & strength he showered upon me…