Nikita Bhati

M.A, M.Phil

To consult a psychotherapist is a personal process. An understanding of my experience and approach may facilitate your selection. I have been RCI licensed practising clinical psychologist for nine years. I completed my Clinical Psychology Training at the National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro...

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Nikita offers therapy in

Negative Thinking
Self Esteem Issues
Sleep Disturbances

Speaks English, Hindi
9+ years of experience
Available on live, and voice


Consultant Clinical Psychologist at Private Practice from Feb 2021 to Apr 2022
Research Associate at All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi from Sep 2020 to Mar 2021
Senior Clinical Psychologist at Amaha from Apr 2022 to present
Junior Consultant Clinical Psychology at All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi from Feb 2016 to Feb 2021
Clinical Psychology Trainee at National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences (NIMHANS), Bengaluru from May 2013 to Apr 2015

Why did you choose to become a therapist?

Early on in my career, I discovered about myself that I get the feeling of fulfilment and joy from helping people, which essentially drives me to work every day. While working in the mental health field, I have learned that an enormous amount of people are constantly emotionally struggling and wishing to be heard and valued by someone. Being a psychotherapist allowed me to connect with the people and help them through their difficult life experiences.

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

In the therapy room, I believe in creating a safe space wherein I and the client become active participants in the healing process. Through therapy, I guide the client towards self-awareness, new understanding, relief from symptom/s and help gain inner strength to deal with problems that once appeared hopeless.

What does a first session with you look like?

Our first interaction is mainly to understand your concerns and for both of us to judge if I am a right fit for you as a therapist. To get a sense of your concerns, I would ask you about your present and past experiences that may be remotely connected with your problems and come up with a personalised therapeutic plan for you.

What has been an important learning of being a therapist?

That every person has immense potential for growth, and therapy is a step toward realising one’s potential; therefore, the change ensues

Can you share a quote that resonates with you?

“The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change” -Carl Rogers

₹1000 for 30 mins | next slot on 28 Jun