Amita Risbud

Amita is a first-generation immigrant from India and brings her lived experiences of transitions and understanding of the cultural biases immigrants face when relocating and adjusting to a new country.
She has worked with people of all ages and cultural backgrounds including mature and international students, single parents, front-line workers, military personnel, and individuals from marginalized, racialized, and low-income BIPOC communities.

She uses an integrative approach in her sessions and combines her training in Narrative Therapy, ACT, CBT, DBT, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Internal Family Systems & Mindfulness-based sensorimotor and somatic approaches. She works from a goal-oriented, strengths-based, and trauma-informed approach with a culturally sensitive lens. Being sensitive to your circumstances, she will work with you to find the best therapeutic approach to help you achieve your life goals.

Fluent in: Marathi, Hindi Urdu and English

Talk to her about Trauma, Crisis, Anxiety, Depressive symptoms, adult ADHD, grief and loss.

Initial consultation: 15 mins – Free

Phone consultation/Video session – 60 mins – CAD 175