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In person therapy sessions are available in

Bengaluru

,

Mumbai

and

Delhi

Get the best of empathy and expertise, with Amaha therapy

Our therapists will be by your side every step of the way. Find a therapist for depression, anxiety and much more. Benefit from the Amaha approach of delivering high-quality, affordable treatment.
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What makes Amaha's Mental Health Therapy unique

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Highly qualified experts

Our mental health therapist are qualified and trained to deliver quality care and clinically validated treatment interventions for all kinds of mental health concerns.
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A focus on confidentiality

We uphold the highest standards of data security and maintain 100% client confidentiality in line with global best practices.
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Ongoing monitoring & support

Our mental health therapist monitor your progress and support you even between sessions through regular check-ins, self-care tools, and more.
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Proprietary clinical protocols

We've built our own intervention protocols which are based on the latest science, and designed to improve mental health outcomes.
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Integration with psychiatry

Our mental health therapist work closely with our psychiatrists when needed, to build an integrated care management plan to deliver the best outcomes for each client.
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Personal and peer supervision

We've developed clinical supervision guidelines and auditing processes to ensure our team of therapists is able to help each client move towards their goals.
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Our promise

“At Amaha, we've developed a rigorous selection process to thoroughly evaluate our therapists before they become a part of our team. We train each member in our clinical protocols and have set up ongoing feedback loops to ensure they are delivering quality care, at all times. With a blend of expertise and empathy, we're committed to treating you as an equal participant in your journey to recovery.”

Sweta Bothra

Lead Therapist
Clinical Psychologist with 12+ years of postgraduate experience

Amaha's mental health experts specialise in treating a variety of conditions

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Depression

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Bipolar disorder

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Anxiety

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Sleep concerns

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OCD

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Stress concerns

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Personality disorders

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Adjustment disorders

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Eating disorders

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Trauma

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Grief

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LGBTQIA+ concerns

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Gender issues

and more...

How does therapy at Amaha work?

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Find your match from a diverse network of 110+ mental health experts, proficient in 15+ languages.
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We are making a difference

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140k+

sessions booked on the platform
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14+

languages used in our services
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4.9/5

average rating for our therapists
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Not sure what you need?

Finding the right treatment is a key step in your mental health journey. Talk to one of our Mental Health Coaches to receive a personalised recommendation for your concerns.
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Need help for someone you care about?

If you're watching someone struggle & want to help them, our client care team can guide you.
If you didn't find what you were looking for, please reach out to us at support@amahahealth.com  or +912071171501. We're here for you - for anything you might need.
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Amaha does not deal with medical or psychological emergencies. We are not designed to offer support in crisis situations - including when an individual is experiencing thoughts of self-harm or suicide, or is showing symptoms of severe clinical disorders such as schizophrenia and other psychotic conditions. In these cases, in-person medical intervention is the most appropriate form of help.

If you feel you are experiencing any of these difficulties, we would urge you to seek help at the nearest hospital or emergency room where you can connect with a psychiatrist, social worker, counsellor or therapist in person. We recommend you to involve a close family member or a friend who can offer support.

You can also reach out to a suicide hotline in your country of residence: http://www.healthcollective.in/contact/helplines
About Amaha
About Us
Careers
Amaha In Media
For Therapists
Contact Us
Help/FAQs
Services
Adult Therapy
Adult Psychiatry
Children First Services
Couples Therapy
Self-Care
Community
Psychometric Assessments
Conditions
Depression
Anxiety
Bipolar Disorder
Alcohol Deaddiction
OCD
ADHD
Tobacco Deaddiction
Social Anxiety
Women's Health
Professionals
Therapists
Psychiatrists
Couples Therapists
Partnerships
Employee Well-being Programme
Our Approach & Offerings
Webinars & Workshops
College Well-being Programme
LIBRARY
All Resources
Articles
Videos
Assessments
Locations
Bengaluru
Mumbai
New Delhi
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Build a good life for yourself
with Amaha

Best App
for Good

on Google Play India
Awarded "The Best App for Good" by Google Play in 2020
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AppStore Button
©
Amaha
Privacy Policy
Terms & Conditions
Cancellation Policy
Sitemap
Hall of Fame
Amaha does not deal with medical or psychological emergencies. We are not designed to offer support in crisis situations - including when an individual is experiencing thoughts of self-harm or suicide, or is showing symptoms of severe clinical disorders such as schizophrenia and other psychotic conditions. In these cases, in-person medical intervention is the most appropriate form of help.

If you feel you are experiencing any of these difficulties, we would urge you to seek help at the nearest hospital or emergency room where you can connect with a psychiatrist, social worker, counsellor or therapist in person. We recommend you to involve a close family member or a friend who can offer support.

You can also reach out to a suicide hotline in your country of residence: http://www.healthcollective.in/contact/helplines