Pooja believes in a warm, tailored approach which caters to the clients individuality and provides a warm, safe environment to explore and manage their needs. She aims to assist clients to develop their confidence and assertiveness, merging the concept of empowerment and a variety of strategies they can utilise to improve and maintain their overall health and well-being.
Pooja obtained her Psychology qualification through Curtin University and her Masters in counselling. She has worked at several NGO’s within metropolitan and rural settings, using client-centred, evidence-based approaches, including CBT, Narrative Therapy, SFT, DBT and Systemic Family Therapy targeting the management of intergenerational trauma and issues surrounding gender identity and sexual orientation.
Pooja speaks both English and Gujarati.