Mind-Body-soul Therapy ~ Los Angeles, CA + Online

Arati offers customized holistic heart-centered therapeutic healing to young adults, adults, women, and South Asians. 

Integrative & Holistic Healing:

Utilizing an integrative and holistic approach to healing, Arati’s main goal is to guide you towards feeling a sense of wholeness and balance. Her clinical approach is focused on teaching easy-to-use skills and tools, helping you find solutions, and learning to focus on the present so you can move forward with more clarity and purpose.

Eastern & Western Psychology:

Arati combines Eastern and Western psychology by incorporating traditional talk therapy with somatic practices such as breathing exercises, movement, maybe even some yoga postures or
meditation (depending on what is appropriate for each individual).

You deserve to feel seen, heard, and understood.
You deserve to believe in yourself.
You deserve to feel ease in life and stop struggling.
You deserve to love yourself.

If you are dealing with any of the concerns below, you may benefit from counseling with Arati.

Some major changes in life are exciting and good. Others not so much. Even with positive changes, you may experience anxiety, stress, worry, or grief. Whether you are in the midst of a big or small transition, some changes can be difficult to traverse alone.

  • Low self-esteem and self-worth
  • Poor Boundaries
  • Lost spirituality
  • Life transitions
  • Stress
  • HSP (Highly Sensitive Person)
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Grief
  • Relationship issues
  • Codependency
  • Perfectionism
  • Identity Issues
  • Poor communication skills
  • Anger management
  • Self-doubt
  • Finding yourself
  •  Burnout

“When she started letting go, her vision became clearer. The present felt more manageable and the future began to look open and full of bright possibilities. As she shed the tense energy of the past, her power and creativity returned to her. With a revitalized excitement, she focused on building a new life where joy and freedom were abundant.”
— Yung Pueblo

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