Neeta Relwani Garg

Gift: Counselling Psychologist & Psychotherapist

Biography: As a MBACP registered counselling psychologist, psychotherapist, certified fitness, health and wellbeing specialist and a certified cross-cultural facilitator, working with peoples’ wellbeing has been the cornerstone of Neeta’s 35-year career.

Neeta takes a biopsychosocial approach by marrying the mental and physical streams together while dealing with her clients.  Using evidence-based practices, behavioural and neuro sciences-based research, best fitness and wellbeing solutions, with ancient wisdom, she customises them at the convergence that the client requires.

With an eclectic / integrative/ pluralistic psychotherapeutic approach, she also brings in yoga, pranayama, meditation, mindfulness interwoven with spirituality, mind-body / somatic techniques and energy systems like reiki and tai chi / qi gong when required. Being a licensed and registered Bach Flower practitioner (BFRP) also adds to her repertoire of healing modalities.

Whether her world-wide clients are looking for assistance in areas dealing with stress, emotional dysregulation, anxiety, low mood and depression; relationships difficulties; intergenerational or multi-cultural issues; feeling lost without meaning or purpose or wanting to gain insight into life, her sessions are filled with warmth, a non-judgment, safe space for enquiry and exploration where clients get to unravel their processes of finding what they need.

Her relaxation sessions are much appreciated and well loved, sometimes being all they need without any talk therapy for the time. For most attendees, feedback shared as their greatest takeaways, has been her sensitivity and softness with which she works. She also grows from the negative feedback, whilst honouring this part of the process.

The canvas she works with as a psychologist, psychotherapist, teacher, corporate trainer and researcher expands across all populations, individual and group work in various settings.

Her most recent research work includes collaborating with international researchers for a cross cultural study on peak experiences in Indians during mid-life and tears of joy in Indians. Both are published in the Indian Journal of Positive Psychology.

Neeta’s interests have been in creative pursuits: tai chi, dance, singing, theatre and writing. An author of over 100 articles published in newspapers, magazines and websites, she is currently writing two books, one prose fiction and another, a compilation of her poems in English, while she makes time to train as a jazz/soul/blues singer!

Besides being proficient in English and Hindi, she can converse in Sindhi and Marathi and is familiar with Punjabi, Gujarati, French and Indonesian. She has travelled to and lived in various parts of the world: USA, UK, Europe, Hong Kong and South East Asia, Australia and West Africa observing and imbibing their cultures.

Why we love Neeta: As you can see from her biography, Neeta aligns beautifully with Soulhub’s “Bridging Worlds” as she has a wealth and depth of experience across countries, cultures, modalities. She is also delightfully very humble in how she lives and shares her work. When you have spent time with her, you’re left feeling lifted by being truly seen and heard but also inspired and curious to know more about life. That in it self is a unique and blessed experience.

Services: Neeta holds one-to-one sessions, group therapy and corporate training/workshops.

Locations: She works from home in Broadstairs, Kent and offers zoom sessions.

How to Book: Email Neeta here or call +447476 274799

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