Divya Srivastava is a counsellor, psychotherapist and life-coach, or one could simply call her an ambassador of self-love and acceptance. Divya was always drawn to studying humanity at a deeper, more personal level with a passion to uncover what is at the roots of the human experience, what drives us to be who and what we are, and also how all that can be changed if necessary in order to release what is no longer serving our purpose. Hence after receiving her Masters’ degree in Counselling from Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, Divya continued to delve deeper into the magical world of healing, and each path she took, helped her tap into techniques and tools that have the power to open each one of us to our fullest potential.
Divya Srivastava is trained in Clinical Hypnotherapy, Neuro-Linguistic Programming and Breakthrough Coaching. She is an internationally certified Access Bars Facilitator, an EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) Advanced Practitioner and Matrix Reimprinting Practitioner, and very recently, she was awarded Accredited Journey Practitioner by Brandon Bays.
With a specialization in Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania, Divya is an advocate for sensitivity, compassion, acceptance and vulnerability. She believes these four pillars truly facilitate the healing process as they enable individuals to navigate through their blocks of criticism, doubt, fear, anxiousness, denial, sadness and enable them to work through their difficulties by being kinder to themselves and their world. As a collaborative guide and not an expert who claims to have all answers, Divya values and deeply respects her clients as they are, and the wisdom they already have within themselves.
Meet The Team
With a Master’s degree in Psychology from Rajabazar Science College, Ankita firmly believes that paying attention to mental health is an extremely important aspect of preserving wellbeing, and is the key to a good and healthy life. As an Industrial Psychologist, she supports employees to lead a healthy life by taking care of their mental health needs and enabling them to be better versions of themselves.
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Aditi was in high school when she developed a keen interest in observing people and trying or understand why they do what they do. Psychology paved a way for her to understand people better and empathize with them. As a mental health advocate, Aditi wishes to contribute to reducing the stigma associated with seeking help for mental health conditions by spreading awareness on various topics related to mental health.
Srayasi Ghosh was attracted to the field of mental health as she was curious to understand what really goes on in our beautiful minds. Along with a post-graduate degree in Applied Psychology with a specialization in Organizational and Environmental Psychology, Srayasi is also a Certified Emotional Intelligence Specialist, an NLP Practitioner and a facilitator of Meditative Art Therapy. Srayasi believes that through art we can create a safe space for everyone to express themselves and to enhance their self-knowledge.
Currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in psychoanalysis, Meghna’s curiosity to understand individual motives behind their behaviour paved her interest in studying Psychology. She is a researcher who wants to help people find hope. She is a creative artist who loves to spend her spare-time with her pet rabbits.
Currently a student of Psychology, Rashi’s interest in the subject stems from her need to know why people behave or say the things they do. She is a passionate guitar-player, and loves to read. Rashi finds clinical and counselling psychology fascinating and hopes to specialize in one of these fields in the future.
Best described as an introverted procrastinator, Swanaya is pursuing a triple major Bachelor’s degree, and wishes to specialize in clinical psychology. Her interest in research stems from the lack of cultural representation, and she hopes to help build implementation approaches that enhance the accessibility of mental health resources. For leisure, she binge-watches shows and picks up a book every once in a while.