Besides holding a Master of Social Work degree from Brown School in the United States, Krishna also holds two master’s degrees in development communication from India.
Her current registrations are with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers (OASSSW) and the Ontario College of Social Workers (OASW).
Having grown up between two cultures, Krishna believes we can eliminate the stigma surrounding therapy by openly discussing mental health and educating ourselves about our thoughts, behaviors, and feelings.
During therapy, she will help you identify thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that are hindering your progress, unpack painful experiences, and help you become more aware, mindful, and kind to yourself.
She wants her clients to be empowered to deal with problems such as anxiety, depression, anger, stress, burnout, trauma/abuse, addiction, self-esteem issues, parenting issues, and grief.
Krishna has demonstrated unwavering commitment to maintaining the integrity of her practice throughout her professional career. By building a solid therapeutic alliance and incorporating evidence-based modalities, she approaches her patients in a multi-layered way, utilizing Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT therapy) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT).
When it comes to relationship issues, Krishna uses the Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) and the Gothman Method. It helps in enhancing bonding among couples, fostering a deeper connection and understanding between them while working on conflict resolution.
Krishna is a firm believer in the power of human connection and creating a safe space for individuals to truly explore their inner selves without fear or judgment.
By comprehending and modifying patterns that contribute to feelings of disconnection, she has the ability to enhance your sense of connection with your partner.
If you wish to book an appointment with Krishna, feel free to contact us.