Gauri Saxena

M.A, B.A

I have been interested in psychology for as long as I can remember. I am curious by nature, and genuinely enjoy interacting with and understanding people. Choosing to study psychology at both the bachelors and masters levels was an intuitive choice for me. As a therapist, my focus is on creating saf...

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Gauri offers therapy in

Loss of Motivation
Negative Thinking
Self Esteem Issues

Expert in Self Improvement
Treatment Methods: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Humanistic Therapy, Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy
Speaks English, Hindi
1+ years of experience
Available on live, voice, and chat
50+ hours in therapy

Thoughts my clients are struggling with

I feel hopeless
I have poor work-life balance
My thoughts are spiralling
I have to push myself
I feel negatively about most things
I'm not good enough


Consultant Psychologist at Amaha from Nov 2021 to present

Why did you choose to become a therapist?

I have always been an avid reader. Each book that I read gave me new insight into the thoughts, emotions, and interactions between people. This set the stage for a life-long interest in psychology and mental health. I chose to become a therapist because I firmly believe that mental health is at the center of everything we do. Every human being deserves to live a happy healthy life, and looking after our mental health is an integral aspect to achieving this.

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

I’d like to tell my clients that all emotions are valid. My therapy sessions are a safe, non-judgemental space for us to collaboratively explore any concerns and experiences- both positive and negative. Reaching out to ask for help can be a difficult decision, but it is a process that we will navigate together, and is the first step towards creating a happier, healthier change.

What does a first session with you look like?

The first session is a chance for us to get to know each other. I will listen empathetically, and try to gain an understanding of your concerns and the unique factors that make you who you are. We will work together to outline some goals for therapy, and discuss a style of working that best helps you make the most of our sessions.

What has been an important learning of being a therapist?

One of the most important learnings for me as a therapist is that some change is better than no change. Not everything has to be at 100% all the time, we can start at 1% and then work our way forwards.

Can you share a quote that resonates with you?

“Just Keep Swimming”

₹450 for 30 mins | next slot on 28 Jun