Sanjana is passionate about helping people with psychological issues improve their quality of life and enhance their emotional well-being. She is a compassionate, kind, and non-judgmental counseling psychologist who provides a safe space for her clients to feel seen, heard and understood. By doing this, her goal is to form a well-trusted relationship with her clients, which is essential for making the client feel comfortable to open up and express themselves. She believes mental health has a spillover effect in other areas of a person's life, such as their career, health, and interpersonal relationships. Hence, people should give importance to their mental health to feel more fulfilled in all areas of their lives.
Sanjana has completed her MSc in Clinical Psychology from NSHM Knowledge Campus and has also done courses such as a Diploma in Counselling Psychology, a Diploma in Child Psychology, and Integrated Attachment Theory training. She deals with psychological issues related to self-esteem, anxiety, depression, grief, workplace stress, interpersonal problems, etc. She uses an eclectic approach while dealing with clients to suit the client's individual needs and uses, a variety of therapeutic modalities for the same. While dealing with clients, she follows a humanistic approach and believes each person has their own set of unique strengths, and capitalizing on those strengths serves them well, helping them reach their full potential. She places an emphasis on developing self-compassion while working with clients. She appreciates receiving feedback from her clients and adjusts her approach to meet the client's needs and desires.
Her hobbies include singing, reading and solving Japanese puzzles. She also loves learning and expanding her knowledge of various psychological theories, concepts, and therapeutic interventions. Hence, she enjoys reading books, articles, and research papers regularly to keep herself updated on theoretical knowledge. Since childhood, she has been fascinated with how the mind works and what is the root cause behind people's actions. Therefore, she decided to become a psychologist to help people improve their mental well-being.