Professional Counseling at LISAA

What is counseling?

Counseling is a collaborative relationship between you and the therapist focused on helping you navigate through everyday concerns.

How can it help you?

It is a safe space, where your conversations with the therapist are kept confidential. It is a space to explore one’s self, navigate through concerns, learn better coping strategies and hence lead a healthy fulfilling life.

How does it actually work?

Depending on the type of concern (personal, family, relationships, anxiety, depression) the therapist will support you in exploring the cause, the effects and how to manage these concerns. 

What can I seek help for?

As humans we encounter a variety of concerns on a day to day basis. From the stress and exhaustion that the workload brings or the difficulties that we face in relation to our families and partners, all of us could use some help in these situations. It might also be that we want to do better and be better by overcoming procrastination, learning communication skills, understanding how to manage our emotions or just be more aware of who we are. Counseling can support you in navigating your way through these concerns.

We are LGBTQIA+ friendly and trauma informed counselors who look at clients from an intersectional lens. Our work is guided by the values of compassion, unconditional positive regard and being genuine.


What is the procedure to enroll myself for a counseling session?

  1. Fill out this quick form to register yourself for the session
  2. The college administration will contact and set up a time slot for the session
  3. The counselor will guide you through the ethics and a consent form for continuing with the session will be mutually signed.
  4. Both the counselor and you will work on exploring, navigating through the concerns by setting goals and equipping you with necessary skills and strategy
  5. Once the goals are met (Or if you want to before that), the counselor will begin closing out the sessions

Asking for help takes strength, we are glad that you’re showing up for yourself!

You’re not alone.

Know your Counselors


Anagha is a trainee counselor from Christ (Deemed to be University) in the final year of her MSc in Counseling Psychology. She has experience working with adolescents and adults. Her orientation is relational and client-centered in nature. Her focus is helping clients enrich their resources to function and cope well with different stressors they may be facing. In her free time Anagha enjoys listening to music and watching shows on streaming platforms.

Languages: Hindi, English

Batul is a trainee psychologist, who guides her clients through their concerns to obtain clarity. She defines her work as context-driven, and looks at an individual as a ‘whole’ rather than in isolation from their environment. Moreover, she focuses on supporting her clients and empowering them to arrive at their own solutions. When not being amazed by the complexity of human beings, she can be found daydreaming about what her next meal is going to be.

Languages: Hindi, English, Gujarati


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