Gauri Nilakantan

Gauri Nilakantan

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Speciality

Special Settings – Pregnant mothers and help them cope with their fears & anxieties. / Work Life balance of delivering mothers / Couples with Marital discord / LGBT & Sexual behaviours / Parents of Children with Developmental Disorder

Location

Thane – Women’s Hospital (Ghodbunder Road)

Timings

Monday, Wednesday, Friday : 6.30 pm - 8.30 pm



Gauri Nilakantan

Designation

Consultant - Counselling Psychologist

Education

M.Sc. Counselling Psychology

Years Of Experience

9 Years

About Gauri Nilakantan

Gauri Hirwe Nilakantan holds a Master's degree in Clinical Counselling and Psychotherapy and is practicing in the field of Mental Health for over a decade. She possess a Diploma in Special Education for children with Learning Difficulty and has done several specialized courses namely :
- Psychotherapy with suicidal Clients
- Psychotherapy in case of Child Sexual Abuse
- Psychotherapy with Adolescents & Teenagers
- Sexual Issue in Children with Developmental Disabilities
- Aggression in School Children
- Childhood Depression – Identification, Prevention and Intervention
- Life Skills for Adolescents
- Psychotherapy for Substance Use Disorders
- Psychotherapy with Couples & Marital Therapy
- Psychotherapy in Special Settings – Geriatric / LGBT / PARENTS of Children with Developmental Disorders
- Psychotherapy with Borderline Personality Disorder
- Family Therapy in an Indian Setting
- Sexual Disorders & Psychotherapy
- Psychotherapy in Acute Psychosis

Gauri serves as an Internal Committee member to deal with POSH at workplace and a part of Corporate Mental Health & CSR – The Psychological Challenge.

Areas of Experience / Training / Workshop
She has the experience in dealing with specific issues and help people address by learning specific techniques for coping. She has been working with schools, corporate and individuals pertaining to emotional issues, such as anger or grief, or anxiety and depression, behavioural issues, psychosis and addiction. This also includes working closely with the family members and work with the clients emotional needs and follow up with medical recommendations.

She believe that “ Absence of mental illness doesn’t mean mental wellbeing. It is important to ease distress through a structured action plan.“

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