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  • Arushi Bajaj

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    Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)

    (Accepting new clients: in-person & virtual)

    Arushi strongly believes that we all carry the power and wisdom to heal ourselves within ourselves, but sometimes need support and guidance to facilitate this process. Over her 6 years of experience and growth as a therapist, she has developed a trauma informed, collaborative, and resiliency based approach with clients, and aim to provide an empathetic, warm and non-judgemental space where you feel it is safe to explore and express yourself. She believes that every individual is on a unique journey of self-discovery and growth, and her goal is to support and assist you using evidence-based modalities. She thinks that the therapeutic relationship is one of the most important aspects of therapy, and she strives to provide you with unconditional acceptance and care.

    Arushi works with clients dealing with issues of daily living, anxiety, depression, OCD, panic, childhood and adult trauma, relationship, stress,family, cultural, identity and self-worth related issues. She works with a client centered, integrated therapeutic approach, where she uses an eclectic mix of modalities, which are strength-based to encourage clients to recognize their personal strengths and resiliency. These modalities include, Solution – Focused Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Narrative Therapy, Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT), Emotion Focused Therapy, and Internal Family Systems techniques. She has worked with clients from diverse backgrounds and cultures, and work tirelessly to ensure her practice is anti – oppressive and a positive space for all.

    Currently, she is a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) with CRPO and in good standing with the Ontario Association for Mental Health Professionals as a student. Prior to this, she worked as a licensed clinical psychologist in India, and did completed her M.Sc and M.Phil in clinical psychology.