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Why InnerHush?

Mental health is a sensitive domain and it requires adequate quality check done with vigilance. A wrong move or intent can break an individual even further or worsen the condition. We are mostly at risk when vulnerable therefore, INNERHUSH ensures that its met and you feel safe.

How? Lets find out

Service Integrity

All therapies and counselling sessions are monitored by your dedicated patient experience administrator, if you choose (for service quality check), so that the therapist can get a feedback on where they need to improve which ensures that the client is safe and they can share feedback about the therapist as well. This practice ensures that the clients are also not getting mislead, exploited or misguided.

Measureable Improvement

We know the world has many healers and therapist who claim their therapies actually work but how do we know for real? At INNERHUSH you get direct access to your reports like diagnostic reports, treatment progress reports and therapeutic reports which further ensures that everything is transparent and you are being treated fairly. What’s more you can access these tools to measure your health progress even if the therapist is not from our network or platform.


All therapeutic interventions are done as per a set protocol defined by the regulatory body of the region (state and country) you are calling from which further ensures that the service quality is at its best and the therapists are not working with an intent or motivation of personal gain neglecting your wellbeing. Any process where the therapy is not delivered as per regulated protocols are escalated and a feedback is shared with the therapist for self improvement and awareness.


Post every 3 sessions INNERHUSH performs a free diagnosis test to measure your improvement as per the specific area of therapy, to validate if the therapies are actually bringing positive improvement in your health or not (the reports are directly shared with you). Post which you can be self assured of your choice no matter the therapist is from our network or outside our network (Ex: a therapist of your choice in your neighborhood or referred by a friend). These testing tools are designed as per the guidelines of regulatory bodies post reliability check.

Privacy & Confidentiality

INNERHUSH ensures that your privacy is not violated by masking your contact details, unless you want your contact details to be shared or disclosed with the therapist. This practice ensures you are not being chased or manipulated with solicitation practices and unwanted calls or texts since all the sessions audio, video and chat are conducted through INNER HUSH inbuilt platforms. Even if you wish to choose a therapist not in our network channel. You can use our platform to connect with a therapist of your choice over our platform for your privacy.

Self Awareness

INNERHUSH updates latest mental health fact sheets about all types of disorders, their symptoms, treatment processes and effective techniques, which not only helps in keeping the therapists updated but also ensures you are aware about actual facts concerning the illness. This process gives you great confidence when visiting or contacting a therapist, no matter you are approaching our therapist or a personal therapist you feel, self assured that the direction of the therapy is correct. More aware we are, lesser the chances of us being misguided or mislead.

Our Services

  • Depression
  • Chronic illness
  • Relationships
  • Eating disorders

Our Service

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    Counselling & Therapies

    During Counseling the focus could also be on problem-solving or on learning specific techniques for dealing with or avoiding problem areas. Counseling is additionally usually more short-term than therapy. Therapy is more long-term than counseling and focuses on a broader range of issues or any form of psychological illness both mild or critical that needs to be treated. Whenever you feel emotionally overwhelmed or stressed, instead of making a harsh decision just call a therapist once and see the difference. Counseling or therapy session works instantaneously which can save you from making that destructive move in the heat of the moment, that can harm you or the ones you love.

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    Psychological Assessment

    Our Psychological assessments aren't meant to diagnose, however rather to help you perceive whether or unsure psychological state or emotional problems is additionally of concern to you. it'll be a guide to your medical aid and to your own self-evaluation.

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    Awareness & Training

    Mental health awareness increases the chances for early intervention, which can result in a fast recovery. Awareness reduces negative adjectives that have been set to describe our people with a mental illness. INNERHUSH ensures you are well aware about any form of illness, treatment processes and market standard cost for the service to protect you from any exploitation or misguidance in the name of therapy. More aware we are, lesser the chances of us being misguided or mislead.

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    Treatment Audit

    With INNERHUSH you can appoint a patient experience administrator, a mental health professional who ensures that all therapies, counselling sessions and other therapeutic interventions are monitored for efficiency and effectiveness. PEA’s are responsible for client satisfaction ratings where all our clients can share their experience about the therapists and treatment processes which are helpful for both the therapist and the client. It’s important for us to know that all psychological services including treatments, diagnosis, psychiatry, counselling, etc. have standard operating procedures (SOP’s) designed by the country or state specific regulatory or statutory bodies. SOP’s are necessary to incorporate aspects of treatment which are not highlighted in guidelines or which are parts of different guidelines.

India's Top Psychologists

Dr. Gagandeep Kaur

Founder/director of Unique Psychological Services, Delhi.

Double Gold Medalist with M.Phil in Clinical Psychology from IHBAS Delhi University

Has Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma Presidential Gold Medal to her credit

More than 15 years of experience in the field of child and clinical psychology with diverse areas of expertise


Dr. Aprajita Dixit

Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychologist, Family Counselor and Academic Coordinatorwith Moolchand Healthcare

Was involved as a Holistic Health, Wellness Counselor in the SMARTGRAM Project based on The Rashtrapati Bhavan Smart Township Experience

MPhil in Clinical Psychology from Postgraduate Institute of Behavioural and Medical Sciences, Raipur and an Advance Diploma in Child Guidance and Counselling from National Institute of Public Cooperation and Child Development (NIPCCD) under Ministry of Women & Child Development

Currently a working committee member of MANODARPAN Initiative of Atamanibhar Abhiyaan for psychosocial support for students, teachers and family (during the COVID-19 and beyond) under the aegis of Ministry of Human Resource and Development, Govt. of India

Zoya Younus

An upcoming enthusiastic psychologist who is passionate about helping people in as many ways possible to improve their lives and live authentically. I am able to integrate my holistic background and knowledge into my human psychology training, which allows me to work with mind, body and soul. Well-being looks and feels different for everyone, so it’s important to me that I can offer a variety of ways to improve mental and emotional health. A post graduate who loves to learn and grow. Can regulate emotions well, manage conflicts and empathise with clients very well, with good communication skills. Mental health is such a big issue and as an emerging psychologist I aim to improve the mental health of people around me.



Bhumikka is a psychologist with a masters degree in clinical psychology. She is a gold medalist for academic excellence in psychology awarded by former chief justice of India Justice Dipak Misra.

She holds a diploma in depression counselling and trained in psychology and therapy of addictions. She has certifications in Applied behaviour analysis (ABA), art therapy, western psychology and expressive therapies. Also she has received certifications from American Psychological Association (APA) in ‘Addressing covid-19 across patients, residential and other non-ambulatory care settings’, Covid-191 and mental health ‘and ‘Early intervention in psychosis’.

She aspires to work towards the wellness and mental health of individuals by actively playing the role of a compassionate therapist and mentor across age groups.

Meet our Network of Counsellors


Dr Tazveen F.Y.S


Shivani Verma


Ramya Nair


Avani Kulkarni


Petula Delemos


Richa Khandelwal


Trupthi Padmadersan

  • Clinically proven results

    Innerhush vs. face-to-face therapy

    found Innerhush to be as effective or more effective than traditonal therapy
    found Innerhush to be more convenient than traditonal therapy
  • Percentage of clients experiencing clinically significant change within:


    London the capital city of England 83.21%


    Paris the capital city of France 78.49%

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Frequently Asked Questions

Mental health, defined by the World Health Organization, is "a state of well-being in which the individual realizes his or her own abilities, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to his or her community.

Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make healthy choices. Mental health is important at every stage of life, from childhood and adolescence through adulthood.

Mental health professionals include psychologists, psychiatrists, mental health nurses, social workers, peer workers, occupational therapists and mental health recovery and rehabilitation workers. Mental health providers are professionals who diagnose mental health conditions and provide treatment.

Psychologists hold a doctoral degree in clinical psychology or another specialty such as counselling or education. They are trained to evaluate a person’s mental health using clinical interviews, psychological evaluations and testing. They can make diagnoses and provide individual and group therapy. Some may have training in specific forms of therapy like cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT) and other behavioral therapy interventions. Qualification: Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in a field of psychology or Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.).

Counsellors, Clinicians, Therapists These masters-level health care professionals are trained to evaluate a person’s mental health and use therapeutic techniques based on specific training programs. They operate under a variety of job titles—including counsellor, clinician, therapist or something else—based on the treatment setting. Working with one of these mental health professionals can lead not only to symptom reduction but to better ways of thinking, feeling and living. Qualification: Master’s degree (M.S. or M.A.) in a mental health-related field such as psychology, counselling psychology, marriage or family therapy, among others

Clinical Social Workers Clinical social workers are trained to evaluate a person’s mental health and use therapeutic techniques based on specific training programs. They are also trained in case management and advocacy services. Qualification: Master’s degree in social work (MSW).

The first is when you have thoughts, emotions or behaviors that are out of control, especially when they are affecting your relationships, your work or your sense of well-being.

Next is when you are struggling to deal with life’s painful challenges – such as a major illness, the loss of a loved one, divorce or job problems. These issues may be your own, but could also include those of others you care about.

The third is when the use of alcohol or drugs interferes with your health, your emotions, your relationships, your job or your ability to fulfill your daily responsibilities.

Another is when you are confused, fraught with emotions and need the perspectives of a caring yet unbiased person to help sort among difficult choices.

And lastly, when you feel that life is no longer worth living, that you are hopeless and have reached the end of the line, and you would rather die than feel the pain of the present. In the midst of such distress, you are not prepared to make life-or-death decisions.

The online session can be conducted via audio or video call at your convenience and at your preferred time.

Psychologists can help people learn to cope with stressful situations, overcome addictions, manage their chronic illnesses, and tests and assessments that can help diagnose a condition or tell more about the way a person thinks, feels, and behaves.

You can reach your doctor on the same day if you make a prior appointment.

Each session has a different time requirement, which will be communicated to you when you book an appointment or at the start of the session.

Always check the FAQ page and the Privacy Policy page. These will let you know about the security and privacy measures that the platform takes.

Confidentiality in counselling creates a space where the client can explore sensitive subjects in the knowledge that the counsellor will not repeat or misuse the information discussed outside of the counselling room. For the counsellor, maintaining confidentiality within certain limitations is an ethical responsibility, and it is part of what makes counselling different from other relationships.

Depression (major depressive disorder) is a common and serious medical illness that negatively affects how you feel, the way you think and how you act. Fortunately, it is also treatable. Depression causes feelings of sadness and/or a loss of interest in activities you once enjoyed. It can lead to a variety of emotional and physical problems and can decrease your ability to function at work and at home.

Confused thinking or problems concentrating and learning

Extreme mood changes, including uncontrollable “highs” or feelings of euphoria

Prolonged or strong feelings of irritability or anger

Avoiding friends and social activities

Difficulties understanding or relating to other people

Changes in sleeping habits or feeling tired and low energy

Changes in eating habits such as increased hunger or lack of appetite

Changes in sex drive

Difficulty perceiving reality (delusions or hallucinations, in which a person experiences and senses things that don’t exist in objective reality)

Inability to perceive changes in one’s own feelings, behavior or personality (”lack of insight” or anosognosia)

Overuse of substances like alcohol or drugs

Multiple physical ailments without obvious causes (such as headaches, stomach aches, vague and ongoing “aches and pains”)

Thinking about suicide

Inability to carry out daily activities or handle daily problems and stress

An intense fear of weight gain or concern with appearance Mental health conditions can also begin to develop in young children. Because they’re still learning how to identify and talk about thoughts and emotions, their most obvious symptoms are behavioral. Symptoms in children may include the following:

Changes in school performance

Excessive worry or anxiety, for instance fighting to avoid bed or school

Hyperactive behavior

Frequent nightmares

Frequent disobedience or aggression

Frequent temper tantrums

There are authorised psychological tests that analyse symptoms and accumulate a score based on a questionnaire designed to provide accurate results in order to determine if you have stress, depression, or anxiety.

We follow NIMHANS, APA and CPA guidelines. All policies and regulations at Inner Hush are designed to benefit our clients to the greatest extent possible.

Mental illnesses are diagnosed through psychological tests recommended by the doctor. The therapy sessions are suggested based on the test results. At the start of your treatment, you will be given your results scores as well as a prescription.

There are different types of psychological treatments designed to help with different issues. Some of the most common treatments are listed below (in alphabetical order):

  • Acceptance and commitment therapy
  • Cognitive analytic therapy
  • Cognitive behaviour therapy
  • Dialectical behaviour therapy
  • Family therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Interpersonal therapy
  • Mentalisation-based therapy
  • Mindfulness
  • Motivational interviewing
  • Psychodynamic psychotherapy
  • Supportive psychotherapy

We provide a free initial consultation and then charge for all services based on the needs.

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a form of psychological treatment that has been demonstrated to be effective for a range of problems including depression, anxiety disorders, alcohol and drug use problems, marital problems, eating disorders, and severe mental illness. CBT is based on several core principles, including:

Psychological problems are based, in part, on faulty or unhelpful ways of thinking. Psychological problems are based, in part, on learned patterns of unhelpful behavior. People suffering from psychological problems can learn better ways of coping with them, thereby relieving their symptoms and becoming more effective in their lives. CBT treatment usually involves efforts to change thinking patterns.

The client has the option of selecting a doctor of their choice or changing doctors at any time during the course of therapy.

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Consultation - Your first appointment - In a first appointment you will probably be asked to tell your story – what’s happened in your life and the thoughts and feelings you’ve been having. You may also discuss what your goals are for treatment. This is a good time to ask your psychiatrist or other therapist questions such as:

  • Why do you think this therapy will suit me?
  • What are the outcomes?
  • How often do I need to see you?
  • How long will the therapy last?
  • What should I do if there’s a crisis, or I need urgent help?
  • How much will it cost?
  • Counselling - Get the most out of counselling treatment you have to be actively involved for psychological treatment to work. You can do this by:
  • speaking honestly about what’s going on in your life, and in your mind
  • giving your therapist feedback on how you’re doing
  • asking questions
  • attending all your appointments
  • completing any ‘homework’ you are asked to do.

Your psychiatrist or other therapist will:

  • offer a safe, trusting relationship
  • provide a treatment plan that is created with your input
  • adjust the treatment to your life stage and circumstances
  • keep what you say in an appointment confidential (although sometimes legal processes will require that some information is shared)
  • offer a positive and non-judgemental approach with a view to your recovery.

If you don’t feel comfortable with your therapist, you can consider trying someone else within the system.

  • Therapy There are different types of psychological treatments designed to help with different issues. Some of the most common treatments are listed below (in alphabetical order):
  • Acceptance and commitment therapy
  • Cognitive analytic therapy
  • Cognitive behaviour therapy
  • Dialectical behaviour therapy
  • Family therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Interpersonal therapy
  • Mentalisation-based therapy
  • Mindfulness
  • Motivational interviewing
  • Psychodynamic psychotherapy
  • Supportive psychotherapy

Psychological treatment is sometimes called ‘psychotherapy’ or ‘talking therapy’. It involves talking about your thoughts with a professional to:

  • better understand your own thinking and behaviour
  • understand and resolve your problems
  • recognise symptoms of mental illness in yourself
  • reduce your symptoms
  • change your behaviour
  • improve your quality of life.

Evidence shows that psychological treatments work well for emotional, mental and behavioural issues.

Psychological treatments are useful for people of all ages, including children.

They can help people from different cultural, social and language backgrounds.

You can have psychological treatment in an individual session, as part of a group, or online.

Psychological treatments are proven to help with mental illnesses such as:

  • depression
  • anxiety
  • addiction
  • eating disorders
  • post-traumatic stress disorder
  • obsessive-compulsive disorder
  • personality disorders.

They are also used successfully to help people deal with:

  • stress
  • emotional problems
  • grief and trauma
  • relationship problems.

It may take a number of weeks for you to see results from most psychological treatments. Some types of treatment can take a year or more for you to get the full benefit.

They are not a quick fix, but the positive effects are often long-lasting.

Psychiatrists can provide psychological treatments to people with mental illness.

Find a psychiatrist near you who can provide psychological treatments

Psychologists, some GPs, social workers, mental health nurses, counsellors and other therapists also offer psychological treatments.

First steps to get help

Not all people who offer psychological treatments have professional training or experience in that therapy. Ask your therapist about their qualifications before your first appointment.

Types of psychological treatment

There are different types of psychological treatments designed to help with different issues. Some of the most common treatments are listed below (in alphabetical order):

  • Acceptance and commitment therapy
  • Cognitive analytic therapy
  • Cognitive behaviour therapy
  • Dialectical behaviour therapy
  • Family therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Interpersonal therapy
  • Mentalisation-based therapy
  • Mindfulness
  • Motivational interviewing
  • Psychodynamic psychotherapy
  • Supportive psychotherapy