For Rani, therapy is a sacred process of becoming more authentic. Every client is unique with their own ancestral/generational background, current life trauma wounding, and the limiting, and sometimes painful patterns that keep one stuck. Rani’s therapeutic approach weaves together the wisdom of the body, through a trauma informed lens, that is based on our lifelong, hardwired need for healthy connection. Together, she and her clients journey into the the obstacles that get in the way of wholeness. She works with her clients’ innate body wisdom to unglue these stuck parts, so they can be more free to enjoy life.
She is committed to her own inner work in the same way she is committed to supporting the inner work of her clients. She has spent many years working with her own inner critic to allow experiences below the conscious mind, to come to the surface, be met and released, ultimately creating more space in her own life.
She cherishes this lifelong journey of opening up to more freedom, choices, and ultimately love, and approaches this work with humility, and gratitude.
Rani is a Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC) working at the intersection of counselling and spiritual/psychedelic space. She weaves together over two decades of training in body and attachment based counselling approaches like Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Hakomi, Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) and Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP), Ketamine Assisted Psychedelic Therapy (KAP). She also works with couple’s using attachment/relational theory and Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT). She adapts her skills to serve different cultural, sexual orientation, and gender expression realities. Rani speaks Punjabi/Hindi fluently, and as a BIPOC counsellor, she understands personally, how structural power, and systems of oppression can impact her clients day to day lived reality.