A little about me…
After having spent 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 on a global scale. Envisioning my future along with much self-reflection led me to what I instinctively knew. Having always been curious about people, personalities, what makes people tick, how and why we think and feel and express ourselves the way we do, 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. It became apparent to me that our mental narratives are only a part of what limits us. Through various trainings I gained a true understanding of the interconnectedness of emotions, the mind and the physical body. This informs my current practice as an integrative counsellor.
A passion for learning helps me to keep up to date with the latest research and developments in emotional health and well-being, and I continue to train and attend international workshops and conferences.
Having worked with hundreds of people over the years, I have immense admiration and respect for every single client and student who has come forward in strength and courage with the willingness to reflect on themselves.
Originally from India, I’ve travelled widely and lived in Singapore, London and Istanbul. My two amazing children are a constant source of inspiration to me. I currently reside in Hong Kong, where I have lived and worked since 2004.
“About suffering they were never wrong,
The old Masters: how well they understood
Its human position: how it takes place
While someone else is eating or opening a window or just walking dully along”
– W.H. Auden
I offer pro bono services to local organisations in Hong Kong:
- Christian Action’s Service Centre for Refugees (CFR) and Asylum seekers – advocates for and provides humanitarian assistance, education, training, and psychosocial support to refugees, asylum seekers and torture claimants in Hong Kong.
- CancerLink – Hong Kong Cancer Fund’s free service to the community, CancerLink helps people adjust to living with cancer. Providing free information and professional counselling, they welcome cancer patients, survivors, their family or friends to seek help in coping with cancer. .
Accredited Certified EFT Practitioner and Trainer, NQT with EFTinternational.
Certified META-Health Master Practitioner with META-Health International
Registered yoga teacher (RYT®) with Yoga Alliance.
Member of Golden Key, an international honor society
Member of the the Australian Counselling Association
(These Associations require continuing professional development as well as regular supervision. This ensures that my competence, knowledge and skills are up to date and relevant to the services I provide.)