Shweta Chheda (she/her) and am currently pursuing clinical psychology as my majors. A curly head with a suckered for sunrises with a warm cup of coffee reading my favorite book over the window. A weird person who loves having sour food with a high tolerance for spicy food and enjoy trying new dishes not just by eating but cooking them as well.
I strongly believe in the saying that mental health is as important as physical health and working hard on the belief.
For collaborations reach out to me at email@example.com
I’m Simran (she/her). I am currently pursuing my Master’s in Clinical Psychology from Amity University. I am a staunch advocate for Mental Health and Feminism, and I showcase that loudly on the internet (Instagram is our generation’s WhatsApp). As someone with mental health struggles myself, I aim to advocate for better rights for our community. I love reading books (fiction and nonfiction), listening to podcasts or documentaries about true crime or Criminal Psychology and watching shows about the criminals too (how much is too much?).
I have an extremely high tolerance for spice and sour foods. I am a writer, mostly poems which will give the reader goosebumps.
For collaborations reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I am Soniya (she/her). If it wasn’t for the pandemic, you would probably find me on the badminton court. I am a Psychology graduate, currently in between eating all the food I can get my hands on and a masters degree that I have been looking forward to for a while now. Having grown up in an environment that wasn’t conducive to my mental health, I have developed a curiosity and motivation to understand human behaviour better. As far as the field of mental health is concerned, I want to help people bring themselves to a place of clarity and calm, thereby empowering them. I often tell people that I really love to read books, and I am sure that I do, although I have also developed an interest in procrastination (which would explain the piles of books I have yet to read). After the lockdown is lifted, you can find me running after random doggos on the street.
For collaborations reach out to me at email@example.com
Guftagu Counseling and Psychotherapy Services
Our working hours are 10 am to 6 pm, Monday to Friday, barring public holidays. Please expect a turn-around time of at least 24 hours if you write to us outside of these timings. In case you are in crisis, it is best to reach out to a crisis helpline: SNEHA (044-24640059) or SAMARITANS (+918422984528 or write to firstname.lastname@example.org).
Copyright © 2021 Guftagu Counseling and Psychotherapy Services - All Rights Reserved.