Sristi Bajoria

B.A, M.A

Connecting with humans at a deeper level and understanding them has always been one of my core interests. As I dived deeper into the field and pursued psychology academically, it gave me a glimpse of the impact that mental health has on every aspect of our life. Through this profession and service, ...

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Sristi offers therapy in

Stress
Grief
Loneliness
Loss of Motivation
Self Esteem Issues

Expert in Time Management
Treatment Methods: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma-Informed Therapy, Humanistic Therapy
Speaks English, Hindi
1+ years of experience
Available on live, voice, and chat
300+ hours in therapy

Thoughts my clients are struggling with

I can't cope with everything
My loss still hurts every day
I don't feel like doing anything
I don't have any friends
I feel everyone is better than me

Affiliations

Consultant Psychologist at Amaha from Jun 2021 to present

Why did you choose to become a therapist?

I believe that becoming a therapist was more of a personal quest for me and a journey that taught me more about myself than it did about anything else. I always felt that in this busy world, people often jump from one boat to another, trying to stay afloat. Through therapy, I wanted to provide an anchor that helped people learn to float through the difficulties and storms that came their way.

What would you like to tell a client who comes to you for therapy?

In their sessions with me, clients are promised two things: patient ears and acceptance. The sessions will be their space to slowly look within themselves and grow comfortable with every aspect of who they are.

What does a first session with you look like?

The first session is an attempt to forge a working alliance with the client. I spend time with the client to understand their mental health needs. I also ensure to build a space - where they feel comfortable as well as safe in my presence to explore and heal their vulnerabilities.

What has been an important learning of being a therapist?

The process of becoming a therapist has shown me that being human is about being imperfect and experiencing difficulties. None of us are immune to the difficulties inherent to life, but we all are blessed with the ability to grow through what we experience, and rise from the lows.

Can you share a quote that resonates with you?

"Perhaps the most fascinating and mysterious universe of all is the one within us."


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₹425 for 30 mins | next slot on 28 Jun