Pashmi is a UAE licensed Counselling Psychologist. She has been working with adults and adolescents on various concerns related to personal wellbeing through individual and couples counselling as well as group sessions and workshops. Often, she collaborates with a number of multinational companies as well as small companies in ensuring emotional wellbeing of their employees in personally and professionally challenging situations. Pashmi extends her voluntary support to Bhopal Gas Tragedy victims, care givers/family members of terminally ill patients and various under-privileged individuals.
Pashmi helps individuals live a happy and fulfilling life by; Strengthening relationships, Facilitating child’s development, Achieving work-life balance and Adjusting with major changes in life. She provides support to people facing difficulty in adjusting with the changes in life, such as; Relationships, marriage or family, To enrich relationships or family life, Dealing with separation or divorce, Partners from different cultures, Violence in relationships, Supporting children through parents’ separation and Loss of a family member, Parenting concerns, Maternity support, Preparing first child for new baby, Sibling issues and Performance in school, Self-care and personal development, Confidence and self-esteem, Communication effectiveness, Handling stress, Eating disorders, Recovering from illness or injury, Work life balancing issues, Work related stress, Suicide intents
Pashmi has nurtured her flair for observing, listening and calming people through her Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology from one of India’s top 5 universities in the field. She has also completed a Master’s in Business Administration specializing in HR processes from an esteemed institute in India. Being born in India, she is a native Hindi and Urdu speaker and a fluent English speaker.
Eight years ago, Pashmi’s journey started with providing counselling to college students by helping them refine their plan for career and train them to prepare for interviews and group discussions for a couple of years. Since 2010, she started collaborating with organizations such as Infosys, Oracle, HCL, RBS, United Health Group to ensure wellbeing of their employees with respect to emotional and work related concerns. In 2013, Pashmi moved to Dubai and has been providing counselling to people on various concerns and has worked with organizations such as Kansai, IFFCO, International House Dubai, and LINKVIVA to name but a few.
We are international members and governed by
British Art Therapists Association (BAAT)
Australia, New Zealand Art Therapists Association (ANZATA)
Art Therapists Association Singapore (ATAS)
American Art Therapists Association (AATA)
British Music Therapy Association (BMTA)
Play Therapy International (PTI), UK
Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), UK
Community Development Authority (CDA), Dubai