South Asian Mental Health Resources

Websites
https://www.sasmha.org/mental-health
https://www.sochmentalhealth.com/
https://samhin.org/
https://southasiantherapists.org/
https://www.sakhi.org/
http://samhaa.org/
https://mannmukti.org/
https://browntherapistnetwork.com/

Podcast
Brown Taboo Project
MannMukti Podcasts
Brown and Bold
The Woke Desi

Instagram
BrownGirlTherapy
BrownPsychologist
SouthAsianSistersSpeak
BrownTherapistNetwork
SouthAsianTherapists
Thebrowngirlstory
SouthAsianQueens
BrownGirlRebel

My hope is to accumulate a bunch of resources that are created by South Asian Individuals that are culturally relevant, talk about all the social issues that impact us, and are validating. I am in awe of the content that is available right now and the people who are creating it, as it is definitely something that I wish I had when I was younger. It would have saved me from a lot of pain, normalize certain experiences, and give voice to my experiences. If there is any feedback or any suggestion, feel free to reach out to me.
Note: The purpose of this article is to simply share information and not replace therapy or other health interventions. Use your discretion while accessing any resources recommended on the website. Also note, that some content found on social media may be triggering and lack trigger warnings.

If you are experiencing significant distress and it is an emergency, call 911. For community resources click here.

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Published by Krishna Vora

Krishna has a Masters in Counseling Psychology and is a Registered Psychotherapist with over 8 years of work experience in the field of Mental Health and Education, both in India and Canada. As a therapist, she believes in providing a safe space for clients to deal with their emotions, behavior, and thoughts; at the same time actively working on learning and practicing relevant skills to improve adjustment and life satisfaction. She has extensive work experience with adults with depression, anxiety, stress, and adjustment issues. Her treatment modalities include CBT and SFBT combined with elements of DBT, Psycho-education. She works from a strength-based, anti-oppressive approach that enables the client to collaborate and achieve their full potential through the process of psychotherapy. During the course of her career, she has worked with children with diverse learning needs such as learning disabilities, Autism, ADHD, Gifted and Twice Exceptionality, and developed content for Teacher Training programs, Summer Camps, and After School Groups for Gifted Children. Krishna believes in raising standards of achievement for her students by providing customized learning solutions in a safe and nurturing environment. Currently, she is working as a Middle School Teacher at The Study Academy. She hopes to continue working with individuals of all ages to achieve social, emotional, and academic growth by drawing from best practices across different professions. Through this blog, she hopes to introduce research and strategies to help individuals improve their mental health and help their loved ones struggling with mental health concerns. *Please note that this is not intended to replace therapy or any other kind of professional help. I highly recommend you see your family doctor or physician for appropriate referrals if need be. For therapy in and around Toronto, send me a quick email at krishnavora@protonmail.com for inquiries.

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