Balance means something different to everyone, yet most of us are seeking it in one way or another. Keeping up with jobs, relationships and self-care often feels like a never ending rat race. In today's society, physical fitness receives plenty of attention but how does it feel to be mentally fit?

Our mission at The Mood Space is to make professional therapy affordable and convenient to help people find balance, inner peace and stay mentally well while they navigate through life. Our focus is to enhance mental fitness and alleviate some of the most important mental health issues of the modern age.

We build resilience - the ability to stay strong, motivated, and optimistic even in the face of change and difficult challenges.

Let’s make talk-therapy a trend!


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Aaisha Khan,  Clinical Psychologist

M.A. in Clinical Psychology

Being a mental health professional, a therapist, a creator and an influencer, Aaisha has had the opportunity to interact, engage and support clients across various age groups and gender. Her initial years of helping children having behavioral difficulties enabled her to understand the various emotional challenges faced by adults in the role of parents. Furthermore, as a trained  Clinical Psychologist, she believes that Psychometric assessments provide important inputs in therapy and hence, her integrative approach includes Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT), Art Based Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) amongst other therapies. 

Over the last 2 years, Aaisha's focus has been to work with adults as well as children in all capacities. She has had the opportunity to work on a variety of issues including  relationship management, sexual health, depression, anxiety, personality disorders, low self-esteem, body image issues, emotional disturbance, parenting issues and stress.

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Ruchika Garg, Clinical Psychologist and Hypnotherapist, NLP Coach & Trainer

M.Sc in Clinical Psychology, Certified Hypnotherapist

Ruchika uses her vast knowledge in psychology and creates a unique blend of psychological principles to help her clients deal with their problems. She works with different kinds of problems including emotional (anxiety, trauma), social (relationship/marital problems, unhealthy patterns in social life, social anxiety), physical (psychosomatic) and spiritual problems (feeling disconnected, existential crisis, etc). She mostly uses person-centred therapy along with other counseling techniques to work with clients. Her belief in the power of communication, and her staunch faith in her clients makes her a truly empathetic professional.

Ruchika is also the co-founder of Tranzheal Wellness centre in Bangalore. The centre provides counselling and clinical hypnotherapy to clients. They also conduct awareness and experiential group workshops.

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Vidhi Tamboli, Counseling Psychologist

M.Ed & M.A in Mental Health Counseling, Columbia University, NY. 

Vidhi approaches counseling from an integrative perspective, and works together with her clients to understand their issues and concerns. She seeks to help the clients tap into their wisdom, creativity and strengths to meet and cope with their current challenges. She believes in a holistic and systems perspective whereby clients can better understand themselves in the context of their family histories and current relationships. She also believes that by helping clients understand the origins of their beliefs, feelings, and behavior patterns that so often are not in conscious awareness, clients are able to achieve greater self-acceptance and strengthen their ability to make relevant, positive, and lasting life improvements.

Vidhi’s professional interests include anxiety, stress, depression, relationship issues, self esteem issues, eating disorders, body image concerns, family difficulties, grief, anger management, adjustment/transition, self harm, abuse and trauma. 


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