|Clinical Psychologist||M. A., Certified Schema Therapist, PG Diploma in Regression Therapy, Clinical Hypnotherapist, Accredited Advanced EFT practitioner, NLP coach|
|Registered Psychologist and Supervisor with Singapore Register of Psychologists (SRP), Full member of Singapore Psychological Society (SPS), Registered with International Society of Schema Therapy (ISST) and Emotional Freedom Techniques International (EFTi)||Working with Adults, adolescents and couples|
Mahima has over 12 years of clinical experience working with teens, adults and couples. Intrinsically empathic and warm, she sees hope in each problem story.
Mahima’s client centred, action oriented therapeutic style, with a special interest in inner child work and holistic mental health, helps her connect with each client’s unique therapeutic needs.
Her own healing journey has taught her that not all difficulties can be untangled cognitively.
Hence, in her personalised treatment plans, she fluidly integrates CBT and mindfulness along with the experiential work of Schema therapy, the body work of EFT [based in acupressure] and the subconscious work of hypnotherapy as needed. She is also trained in Gottman couples therapy.
Mahima helps people in overcoming painful experiences, changing unhelpful thought systems and learning essential life skills towards building a life of meaning and joy. She works with anxiety, trauma, depression, grief, burnout, relationship problems, personality disorders, stress, pain and anger management, developing self-worth, awareness and personal growth.
Mahima also loves teaching and has conducted customized workshops for various institutions and the public. She provides clinical supervision to psychologists and counsellors and is a NOVA trained crisis responder.
She believes in everyone’s inherent capacity for happiness and wholeness, and endeavours to empower people to evolve into the best versions of themselves in an attuned, safe and nurturing space.
Mahima grew up in India and is a mum to 2 young kids, learning to balance it all. “Let it go” now accompanies her mantra of “this too shall pass”. Amidst the bustle, she tries to sneak in some time to doodle, dance and dream.