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Jasmine Ahluwalia

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Hey Folks, This is Jasmine Kaur Ahluwalia. I am Mental Health Counsellor, Therapeutic Movement Facilitator and an Expressive Arts therapy Practitioner. My Practice is trauma informed, Queer Affirmative, Person centered and revolves around Feminist approach. I have facilitated both online and offline therapy sessions for a diverse range of groups and individuals, including children, adolescents and adults for various mental health concerns and self-exploration during my internships.

I am also a member of the Licensure and Policy Committee of the Indian Association of Dance Movement Therapy (IADMT) and a Community Well-being Ambassador at Light-up Foundation and Unbottle Emotions.

In my opinion, Mental health and its wellbeing are nothing but self-care, a ritual that needs to be considered a necessity for it may help a person achieve their full potential along with an ability to give their fullest to the self, the family and the community. On the top of that, Emotional knowledge can help a person in understanding psychological responses to specific anxieties, resulting in the owning up of one’s emotions and acquiring a better grip over them, and thus making emotional wellbeing a way of leading a more aware and mindful life. Also, I reckon that all creative art modalities, be it dance, drama, visual arts or poetry writing, etc., have the inherent power to engage one’s true self.

Personally speaking, I love dancing, reading novels and watching K-dramas on Netflix in my Me-Time.

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Jasmine Ahluwalia

500/hr

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Hey Folks, This is Jasmine Kaur Ahluwalia. I am Mental Health Counsellor, Therapeutic Movement Facilitator and an Expressive Arts therapy Practitioner. My Practice is trauma informed, Queer Affirmative, Person centered and revolves around Feminist approach. I have facilitated both online and offline therapy sessions for a diverse range of groups and individuals, including children, adolescents and adults for various mental health concerns and self-exploration during my internships. I am also a member of the Licensure and Policy Committee of the Indian Association of Dance Movement Therapy (IADMT) and a Community Well-being Ambassador at Light-up Foundation and Unbottle Emotions. In my opinion, Mental health and its wellbeing are nothing but self-care, a ritual that needs to be considered a necessity for it may help a person achieve their full potential along with an ability to give their fullest to the self, the family and the community. On the top of that, Emotional knowledge can help a person in understanding psychological responses to specific anxieties, resulting in the owning up of one’s emotions and acquiring a better grip over them, and thus making emotional wellbeing a way of leading a more aware and mindful life. Also, I reckon that all creative art modalities, be it dance, drama, visual arts or poetry writing, etc., have the inherent power to engage one's true self. Personally speaking, I love dancing, reading novels and watching K-dramas on Netflix in my Me-Time.

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It started with my own struggle with my mental well being.
My therapeutic approach is inter-modal expressive arts therapy, where therapy is facilitated using any creative arts modality. along with that, I basically adopt an eclectic approach with a major focus on humanistic and person centered therapy where the clients are imparted with empathy and unconditional positive regards.
Every client is unique and I truly believe that each one of them has helped me in learning and unlearning a lot about my personal and professional self. along with that, I reckon that in all my experience with clients, either offline or online, I have observed that ‘safety’ is a very subjective term, where each client can define what’s safe for them and it could be very different from what others feel. to become an effective practitioner in this field, I have started learning to respect such subjective experiences of my clients.
I would encourage a therapeutic relationship where there is mutual consent, congruence and respect for each other’s boundaries and personal space.

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