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Hanan Beevi is a Psychodynamic Psychotherapist from Calicut, Kerala.
After completing her Masters in Psychology, she continued her further training rooted in psychoanalytic thinking and practice. She pursued Infant and Child Psychoanalytic Observation Course from Psychoanalytic Training and Research Centre, Mumbai.

She also completed the Online Interpersonal Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Program from William Alanson White Institute, New York.


She has more than 5 years of experience in both public and private mental health care settings. She uses analytic framework to practice with individuals, couples and families
struggling with complex issues.

Currently, she runs a private practice in Mumbai.

Rhea Gandhi is the founding member and former Chairperson of IAN India. She is presently a PhD student at the University of Edinburgh in the School of Health in Social Sciences. She is a psychotherapist and group therapist in private practice. She is the winner of the Scholar's Program Award (2022) by The Society for Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytic Psychology (Division 39 of the American Psychological Association). She is also visiting faculty at St. Xavier's College, Mumbai.

Kuntal Vora (she/her) is a trauma informed and queer affirmative psychologist from Mumbai. She has her own private practice called Metamorphosis Therapy Initiative.


Along with her private practice, she is associated with as an Online Mental Health Practitioner at Prafulta, Centre for Psychological Wellness and AtEase, an inclusive mental health initiative by Lilac Insights.


She has pursued her Bachelor’s in Psychology from Mumbai University in 2013 and pursued her Master’s in Counseling Psychology from SNDT University in 2015.


She holds a Postgraduate diploma in Counseling Psychology from Prafulta in 2018. She also holds a Postgraduate Certificate in Attachment Theory from International Attachment Network (IAN).


She is trained in Trauma Informed Care from The Alternative Story, Bangalore. She is also certified in Queer Affirmative Counseling Practice (QACP) from Mariwala Health Initiative (MHI).

She is currently doing her South Asian Diploma in Narrative Practices from Narrative Practices India (NPI). 

Apart from her work, she enjoys taking long walks, watching crime based shows and romantic movies, experimenting with new recipes and having conversations.

Princy Jain has a systemic and person-centred approach of working. She has completed her MSc in Counselling Psychology from Bangalore with a specialisation in Group Therapy and MFT. 


She has been working with individuals and groups since 2018. She has further completerd various advanced trainings in thw field- some of the intensive ones being Systemic Constellation Work, PG certification in Attachment Theory. She in training to be a Group Analyst with the institute of Group Analysis (UK) and the Hank Nunn Institute. 


Alongside her private practice, she is associated as a consultant with a few organizations. She sees therapy as a process of collaborative personal discovery, empowerment, self-acceptance, and personal growth.  In her free time she loves to travel and read.

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