a note about identity
I'm not your average therapist. For one, I'm 2nd generation Indian American, born to immigrant parents. I graduated with a degree in Economics and worked for the business world before I took a leap of faith to become a therapist. I'm a Californian, married a midwesterner and resonate deeply with multicultural people. I work at a unique practice founded by four esteemed African American psychologists. And I embrace the fact that I look at things a little bit differently than the status quo. Therapy isn't one-size-fits-all, and my own experiences in the field have shaped my vision to provide quality therapeutic care to people of color and those who have traditionally been on the margins. My objective is to center your experience because there is great power in being truly seen.
You have a choice in providers.
Therapist-client fit is an important factor in your healing process. If you have any questions or would like to schedule a free consultation session, please contact me.