BHNC TEAM MEMBER

Sanghamitra Gautam, MA, M.Phil, RP

Sanghamitra Gautam, MA, M.Phil, RP

PSYCHOTHERAPIST

Sanghamitra completed 7 years of rigorous academic exposure in psychology and has over 10 years of work experience with clinical and non-clinical populations such as children, students and corporate employees.  Sanghamitra has provided community-based services by organizing training workshops and self-help programs with parents of children with learning disabilities, intellectual disabilities, autism and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).  

Sanghamitra uses her advanced training as an EMDR therapist to support survivors of trauma and abuse, including those who experience PTSD.  In addition, Sanghamitra works extensively with people suffering from various substance abuse disorders, complex mental disorders, survivors of motor vehicle accidents (MVAs), and people who have experienced workplace accident-related trauma.

As a member of the Canadian Association of Play Therapy, Sanghamitra uses play therapy techniques such as sand-play, storytelling and other creative techniques to help clients play out their past stressful feelings and traumatic experiences and hence facilitate healthy coping mechanisms.  

Sanghamitra is fluent in English, Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi, Assamese, and Bengali and is a member in a good standing with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario and the Ontario Association of Mental Health Professionals.

Sanghamitra is available for telephone and video therapy.

BHNC TEAM MEMBER

Sanghamitra Gautam, MA, M.Phil, RP

PSYCHOTHERAPIST

Sanghamitra completed 7 years of rigorous academic exposure in psychology and has over 10 years of work experience with clinical and non-clinical populations such as children, students and corporate employees.  Sanghamitra has provided community-based services by organizing training workshops and self-help programs with parents of children with learning disabilities, intellectual disabilities, autism and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).  

Sanghamitra uses her advanced training as an EMDR therapist to support survivors of trauma and abuse, including those who experience PTSD.  In addition, Sanghamitra works extensively with people suffering from various substance abuse disorders, complex mental disorders, survivors of motor vehicle accidents (MVAs), and people who have experienced workplace accident-related trauma.

As a member of the Canadian Association of Play Therapy, Sanghamitra uses play therapy techniques such as sand-play, storytelling and other creative techniques to help clients play out their past stressful feelings and traumatic experiences and hence facilitate healthy coping mechanisms.  

Sanghamitra is fluent in English, Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi, Assamese, and Bengali and is a member in a good standing with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario and the Ontario Association of Mental Health Professionals.

Sanghamitra is available for telephone and video therapy.

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