Kripi is a counsellor and mental health therapist with a Masters in Clinical Psychology and an International Certification in Addiction Counselling and Training.
In the past she has worked with young offenders, adolescents, adults, couples and families in a variety of therapeutic settings.
She has worked with multi-disciplinary teams of international mental health professionals, from varied cultures and therapeutic backgrounds. She has facilitated addiction and general mental health training in the South Asian and South East Asian regions; including Bhutan, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Malaysia and Thailand. She also worked as a Regional Resource Training Coordinator in India, organizing national addiction treatment training workshops.
Kripi is an existentially inclined psychotherapist; who enjoys working with people in all their uniqueness and intricacies by providing them the space to explore themselves.
She promotes and facilitates the reciprocal connection and relationship between creativity and psychotherapy with respect, openness and vulnerability.