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Get to Know Me

Now that I’ve finished my dream interpre

Compassion is not a relationship between the healer and the wounded. It's a relationship between equals. Only when we know our own darkness well can we be present with the darkness of others. Pema Chödrön 


After years of searching, I found my life's calling to be a therapist and travelled halfway across the world to pursue it. While my academic background is in psychology, I spent several years working as a journalist. From the beginning, my life's vocation has been to explore the human condition.

In 2015, I transitioned from my career in journalism and moved from Delhi to Zurich. I began training as a Jungian psychoanalyst at the International School of Analytical Psychology in Zurich. Apart from the Jungian training, I am a certified Enneagram practitioner and offer group workshops and individual type discovery sessions.  I am a student of Thomas Hubl's groundbreaking work on healing collective trauma. I am passionate about offering therapy that integrates Western psychology and Eastern approaches to healing. On my own path of growth, I am reclaiming feminine wisdom, and learning to decolonize. I bring my Indian upbringing into my therapy practice through attention to breath, ancestral honouring,  cyclical approaches to growth and a (hopefully) healthy respect for chaos

I’ve experienced both privilege and marginalisation, and look at issues of class, power dynamics, race etc in a systemic way. Everybody is welcome in my practice. 

In another avatar, I am the co-director of the award-winning documentary film Delhi Dreams that screened in Swiss cinemas and film festivals worldwide. Delhi Dreams is the story of a country in flux seen through the eyes of three incredible young people in Kathputli Colony, an artist community in the heart of Delhi. The film explores how large forces like globalization, a colonial past, and social marginalization affect the individual psyche.

My career has given me the honor of inhabiting vastly different worlds across cultures and socioeconomic situations. So, I know in my bones that there are a million different ways of being human. And finally, I am a relatable therapist on her journey, too. I undergo regular supervision to minimize my blind spots in the work. I am continuously learning how to navigate with love and grace the inevitable challenges my one precious life throws up, to steal the words of Mary Oliver, one of my favourite poets.

My practice is informed and enriched by the everyday magic of motherhood.

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