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Meghana Kotwal

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Registered Psychotherapist
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Meghana is here to support you with anxiety and depression, stress, self-esteem, and parenting.

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Meghana can support you to address anxiety, depression, grief, ADHD, relationship issues, self-esteem, and cross-cultural issues. She can help you work through difficult experiences or major life transitions. Before becoming a psychotherapist, Meghana worked in human resources. She can also help you navigate the stresses of corporate life.

Meghana has worked with children and can help with parenting-related issues, including severe problems like selective mutism. Her experience working with children and their parents at the Santa Clara School District gives her a unique perspective on the stresses that both parents and children feel.

Meghana creates a safe space where you can express yourself fully. She uses a strength-based approach to help you address the issues that cause you stress. Meghana draws from different modalities including cognitive behavioural therapy, dialectical behaviour therapy, and mindfulness.

Meghana provides sessions in English, Hindi, and Marathi.

Right for you if:

You are looking for support with anxiety and/or depression.
You are looking for a therapist who provides a safe space to express feelings and challenges.
You are looking for support with parenting challenges.
You are looking for support to navigate difficult experiences in life, like stress, or grief and loss.

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Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology, Santa Clara University

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Survivor Training (YWCA of Silicon Valley)

College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario

California Board of Behavioral Sciences


What does good mental health look like to you?
A life full of vitality in which one can experience a full range of emotions.
What do you do to take care of your own mental health?
I use mindfulness.
What would you say to a friend struggling with a mental health issue?
There is always hope and help is just a phone call away.

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