Aakanksha Manchanda (She/Her/Hers)

PG Diploma Expressive Arts Therapy, St. Xaviers College, Mumbai
B. Tech Electronics and Instrumentation control, YMCAIE

Trust the Process for the Unknown to become Known.

Aakanksha Manchanda

About me :

I am an Expressive Arts Therapy Practitioner, Performing Artist, and Entrepreneur.

As someone who has lived a life immersed in the arts I truly believe in its therapeutic benefits and its innate ability to influence change in people’s lives.

I am committed towards a process of ongoing learning and personal growth through education, application and supervision. I strive to offer an ethical, person-centered, and reflexive practice which is trauma informed, inclusive and intersectional.

Mandira Kapoor (She/Her/Hers)

Education :
PG Diploma Expressive Arts Therapy, St. Xaviers College, Mumbai

When we express, we release, and we are closer to relief

Mandira Kapoor

About me :

I am a certified Expressive Arts therapy practitioner and an animal welfare worker.

Through my work in the expressive arts field I strive to encourage overall well-being in individuals, which includes building self-expression and self-awareness, managing stress and anxiety.

I am particular about ethics, and actively work towards an inclusive, depth-oriented and trauma informed practice. I look forward to continuing my work in this field and serving more people through creative modalities of therapy.

Rhea Gayatri Abrol ( She/Her/ Hers)

Education :
BSc Psychology (Honours), The University of Nottingham
MSc Mental Health Studies, King’s College London
PG Diploma Expressive Arts Therapy, St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai

We create when we respond, and in responding, we connect

Rhea Gayatri Abrol

About me :

I am a psychologist and expressive arts therapy practitioner, and I work within the framework of psychology and the arts. I acknowledge that the arts can offer individuals an opportunity to access imagination and play, which allows for openness, curiosity, and connection with our deepest self.

I advocate for ethical practice and inner work within the mental health profession and believe in the value of continual dialogue, reflexivity and in co-creating a therapeutic space that is actively ingrained in the diverse socio-cultural realities of clients.

I use an intuitive intermodal style, where I engage in the process of exploration following the client’s emotional, cognitive, and physical cues.

I work with personal growth, self-exploration, relational dynamics, mental health distress, and concerns such as depression & anxiety within my practice.

I actively work towards maintaining an intersectional, queer-affirmative, and trauma-informed lens.

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