How to book a session

  1. Read the therapist profiles, and pick a therapist you feel fits your requirements.

  2. Email or DM us on Instagram, with the name of the therapist you’d like an appointment with, preferred days and time for sessions, and preferred medium (text, phone call or video call). Please also mention whether you’re a student or working professional.

  3. The therapist you’ve selected will get back to you to set up an appointment.

Sahiti Gavarikar

Sahiti has graduated with an M.Sc in Counselling Psychology, and also has a background in Journalism and Literature. She has worked with adolescents and adults, in academic and other settings, both online and offline, and on issues such as: depression, anxiety, trauma, and interpersonal difficulties/relationship concerns. She has conducted support groups, worked on research projects, and has provided psychological first aid.

She is passionate about helping women and LGBTQIA+ clients in finding a safe space and creating supportive networks. Her orientation is primarily cognitive behavioral therapy, but she is also heavily influenced by existential, humanistic and narrative therapy.

She is interested in exploring the use of poetry in therapy.

Anvitha Vidyasankar

Anvitha uses an eclectic approach with a feminist CBT bent. She also borrows from humanistic, behavioural and postmodern approaches. She specialises in grief, trauma, body image, anxiety, depression, personal growth and relationship/family/workplace concerns.

Anvitha is interested in understanding the mind-body relationship and is currently training in EFT- Level 2.  She has trained in expressive arts, mindfulness, ACT, CBT, trauma, TA, and has experience working with adolescents, young adults and adults, in school, work and private settings, using offline and online mediums. She regularly takes feedback from her clients and considers it a critical part of the therapeutic process.

Anvitha has a Masters in Counseling Psychology and has also studied Psychology in her undergrad. She loves fantasy movies because they hold hope for her "even in the darkest of times".