The team

Our Therapists

Head Psychotherapist

Mrs. Kaehalee Shinde

Recognized by ET Now as “50 Top Global Mental Health Leaders” at the World Mental Health & Wellness Congress 2020 amidst stalwarts in the field.
She has been trained and supervised in Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy (REBT) and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) from ALBERT ELLIS INSTITUTE, NEW YORK. She has also a Certified Bariatric Counselor and Behavioural Medicine Specialist from American Association of Bariatric Counsellors, USA.

Timings:

Mon – Fri: 10am – 1pm / 4pm – 8pm
Sat/Sun: Weekly Off

Important Notice: Limited number of telephonic session slots available only.

Assistant Psychologist

Nikita Kadolkar

She has been trained in Clinical Psychology and has an experience of working with clients from varied backgrounds through her work in Government Hospitals in Mumbai.

She is well- trained in Psychological Assessments and Interventions and is very passionate about working with people and their mental health.

Timings:

Mon, Wed, Sat:  5pm – 8pm
Tue/ Thu/ Fri: Weekly Off

Important Notice: Therapist not available.

Welcome to Peace of Mind!

Welcome, Peace of Mind provides counselling guidance and therapy … we provide a safe place where you can put down your armour and confidentially share your life, your story and what may be painful and confusing for you. Together, we can find a new, wholehearted way of being in our ‘never enough’ world. You can make incredible changes and empower yourself to take the right path for YOU.

Sometimes it can be difficult to manage your stress and emotions. You may feel confused or lost, like you don’t have the answers to very important questions. Psychotherapy may be right for you. It can be helpful to find proper support and guidance from someone with an objective point of view.

 “Psychotherapy can provide you with effective coping mechanisms that will allow  you to function better.”

We can help you navigate through the stress of daily life and teach you effective ways to minimize those negative emotions. We can also help you figure out what your goals are and what is standing in the way of achieving them.

Welcome to
Peace of Mind!

Welcome, Peace of Mind provides counselling guidance and therapy … we provide a safe place where you can put down your armour and confidentially share your life, your story and what may be painful and confusing for you. Together, we can find a new, wholehearted way of being in our ‘never enough’ world. You can make incredible changes and empower yourself to take the right path for YOU.

Sometimes it can be difficult to manage your stress and emotions. You may feel confused or lost, like you don’t have the answers to very important questions. Psychotherapy may be right for you. It can be helpful to find proper support and guidance from someone with an objective point of view.

 “Psychotherapy can provide you with effective coping mechanisms that will allow  you to function better.”

We can help you navigate through the stress of daily life and teach you effective ways to minimize those negative emotions. We can also help you figure out what your goals are and what is standing in the way of achieving them.

Peace of Mind

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We have both daytime and evening office hours available.

Peace Of Mind

About us


We engage in providing services to a wide demographic catered to by experts who specialise in particular fields. We strongly believe in Holistic health and this is the primary goal of the clients as well as the therapists here. Emotional wounds cannot be seen but they need to be addressed and healed.

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What we do

Counselling & Psychotherapy

Professional counselling is a safe and confidential collaboration between qualified counsellors and clients to promote mental health and wellbeing, enhance self-understanding, and resolve identified concerns. Clients are active participants in the counselling process at every stage.

Counselling can be broad or focused. Clients may explore: aspects of identity, spirituality,relationships with self and others, past experiences, parenting, grief and loss, trauma, domestic violence, child abuse, use of alcohol and other substances, depression, anxiety, and other experiences.

Changes facilitated by counselling include: change in perspective, new insight, new ways of thinking about situations, new awareness of feelings, enhanced capacity to tolerate and regulate feelings, new actions or behaviours, and new decisions about life.

What is Psychotherapy?

According to the American Psychological Association, Psychotherapy, or talk therapy, is a way to help people with a broad variety of mental health issues and emotional difficulties. Psychotherapy can help eliminate or control troubling symptoms so a person can function better and can increase well-being and healing.

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Counselling process

How does it work

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The Stories of Success

“Thank you so much ma’am. I met you at a point in life when I had given up on every person around me and I was hanging on by a thread. And like you explained you didn’t wave a magic wand to make my problems vanish but what you did for me through all those sessions was nothing less than magic for me. I am stronger and I know how to deal with my life better. I am not giving excuses to not live my life anymore … Tumhi mala punarjanma dilay … I hope anyone lost finds his way to you even if it’s for one conversation … Just the way you talk made feel like someone cares.

A.S.

“I was at my lowest point in life when my friend started forcing me to look for a counselor. I got Kaehalee Mam’s number but I just delayed calling until I couldn’t take it anymore.When I went to meet ma’am for the first time, i had no clue what to say where to start even. But in the first few minutes itself i became so comfortable that within that moment itself i felt i could heal. Peace of Mind gave me just that … Practical skills as well as emotional skills to handle my worst case scenarios. I urge each and every one .. please see a counselor don’t wait till it gets out of control.

P.S.

“Counselling does help one to get over their problems. I’m so glad my father forced me to seek help for my anxiety, it really helps. I’ve been much better since then. It feels good that your smallest of the smallest problems are being validated and can be understood by someone. Thank you for the support.

D.G.

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