This is me.
Hello all! Thank you so much for visiting my website and blog. I am a mental health therapist based in Marshfield, Wisconsin and serving clients state-wide. I was born and raised in Racine, WI (yes, we have the best Kringle) by my parents who immigrated to the United States from India in the 1980s. I attended UW-Madison for my undergraduate degree and Penn State University for my Master’s… but Wisconsin is always where my heart has been. Besides being a therapist, my husband and I enjoy hiking in the woods with our two beagles and son. I am an avid reader and I love yoga, coffee, and a good campfire.
My clients are people who are ready to make a change in their life. These changes range from career transitions and understanding themselves better; to improving their ability to cope with mental health, alcohol abuse, or physical illnesses. I think its fun to provide engaging and uniquely personalized service. I am passionate about advocating for and providing therapy to women, BIPOC, and the queer and trans communities. I am acutely aware of intersectionality and how our identifies come together; therefore, I use a combination of evidence based interventions and culturally competent/individualized practices.
My hope for my blog is to normalize seeking out and receiving behavioral health care. Finding a therapist, adopting a self-care practice, and learning about ourselves should be everyday and common conversations in our communities.
Let’s strive to be the best versions of ourselves together.