I work from two therapy spaces in south Delhi. The first is at Kalkaji, where I am part of a therapists’ group called The Colour of Grey Cells. I also work at Cygnus Orthocare Hospital, Safdarjung Development Area.
During the pandemic, I am working over video and audio calls only. In my experience, this works as well as in-person sessions.
I can be contacted on (0091) 9810932253. Please leave a message if the call is not answered. You can also write to me at email@example.com .
The fee for psychotherapy can be difficult to pay for many persons, particularly young people who form the larger portion of those who are drawn to the therapy process. For many therapists, this may take away the purpose of having chosen a helping profession. At the same time, the therapist needs to be careful to not see too many clients in a day, as this work requires a sense of rest and inner balance if one is to provide that to others. Working through one’s commitment to justice, and also to attend to one’s own material and psychological needs is an ongoing journey.
At present, the fee I charge for one session of 90 minutes is Rs 3200.
The sessions are longer than the conventional therapy session which is 50 minutes, as I have realised that I need more time with a person if I meet them only once a week and our conversation is to have a significant impact.
The fee for clients living outside India is Rs 6500. For those whose economic situation does not allow them to pay this fee, we can try to come to a mutually convenient amount.
While many people benefit from a few months of therapy, a few choose to continue for longer periods. If therapy continues for a year, then we increase the fee by 10 percent every year.
There is a cancellation policy. If the client cancels a session, and we are unable to find a substitute time that suits both of us, the client pays 50 per cent of the fee.