Head of Corporate Well-Being Programme at Heart It Out
Apart from being a psychologist, Namratha is a social worker, who finds joy in building communities of change. She also enjoys spending time with animals and nature the most. She is most often on the lookout for traversing the mountains and making the most of what nature has blessed us with.
"There is only one corner of the universe you can certain of improving and that's your own self"Aldous Huxley
Namratha uses an extensive approach to guide her clients through their mental health journey. Together,
they explore different perspectives; focusing on unconscious thoughts, desires and feelings. As a
therapist, Namratha believes that her clients know best and that she is “just a catalyst to help them
achieve their goals”
She believes that it’s important to know that taking care of yourself is a continuous journey and she will be there to help you through the process. Her go-to quote is “food is for plants and cats”. While being trapped in concrete surroundings, Namratha’s heart is always in awe of nature and its therapeutic power. She's very resourceful, quick on her feet, happy go lucky, easy to work with, agreeable and a warm person — the embodiment of sunshine bursting through fluffy clouds.
Self-esteem and self-worth challenges
Exam and academic stress
Cognitive behavioural therapy
Dealing with burnout
Mode of Therapy
1:45 PM - 8:00 PM
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM