Esha Chakraborti

English, Bengali and Hindi

I always knew I wanted to make a change in peoples lives and watch their journey towards healing and improved confidence. 

My experience as a counsellor and as a person has shown me that within each individual lies courage, strength, resiliency, and the desire to love and connect to both themselves and others. 

Though sometimes we find ourselves lost in the fog and need to be supported, encouraged, and challenged to get our lives either back on track, or onto a new and more fulfilling, rewarding, and meaningful track.

I believe therapy is a safe and supportive place for the journey towards healing. My goal as your therapist is to help you to achieve lasting and meaningful changes for the better.

My therapeutic approach is collaborative.  It is a privilege to work with clients as a counsellor. I value a client’s wisdom, self-knowledge, and personal strengths they bring into therapy. I seek to incorporate these in our work together. 

My counselling practice incorporates evidence-based techniques from cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), Dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT), mindfulness-based approaches, and family systems approach.

  • Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) helps bring awareness to automatic thought processes (often split-second interpretations about the meaning of what happens around us), and teaches how changing our relationship with our thoughts can help change our feelings and behaviours.
  • Dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT) is a cognitive behavioural treatment with a focus on the integration of opposites “dialectics”, and providing skills for emotion regulation
  • A mindfulness-based approach incorporates aspects of meditative practice, breath work, and the cultivation of a mindful way of being, which can increase one’s ability to cope while decreasing stress and anxiety. Mindfulness is often used in the treatment of depression and anxiety, but can be useful for a number of issues.
  • Family Systems Approach designed to improve relationships and communication within the family structure by viewing the family as an emotional unit addressing a person’s actions, emotions, and perceptions as they relate to that person’s dynamic within the family unit.

My training is from Adler School of Professional Psychology  in Vancouver BC.

I completed my Master’s in Counselling Psychology and also currently enrolled in the Doctorate of Clinical Psychology Program.

I  always strive to enhance my education in the latest treatment approaches. 

My Linkedin profile is here for more information about my work experiences.

I am a Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC #13606). Which means that you  will have professional who adheres to the code of ethical guidelines governed by the regulating body of the BC Association of Clinical Counsellors. Part of ethical service means that if I feel your situation may be better suited with a different approach or therapist,  I will recommend you seek out someone else in the community.

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