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Megha Agnihotri


Meet Megha

Megha works with the age group of:

  • Teens

  • Adults

  • 13 years old and older

She is excellent at working with presenting issues like:

  • Anxiety

  • Stress

  • Panic attacks

  • Mood disorders

  • Self-esteem

  • Emotional regulation

  • Anger

  • Depression

  • Relationships

  • Attachment concerns

  • Life transitions

Megha works with:

  • Individuals

Treatment modalities Megha uses are:

  • CBT

  • DBT

  • Narrative

  • Somatic Approaches

  • Mindfulness Meditation

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Megha's services are covered under:

  • Social Worker


Background Summary

Megha is a registered social worker with a Master of Social Work specializing in Mental Health from the University of Toronto. She has extensive experience providing counselling and therapy to children, youth, and their families from diverse populations such as immigrant/refugee communities, children and youth in conflict with the law and adults with complex needs and mental health concerns. Megha has experience in a variety of settings in the mental health sector such as Kids Help Phone, Good2Talk, Family Services York Region, York Hills, Strides, South Lake Regional Health Centre and at York Region District School Board.

As a therapist, Megha is passionate about bridging ancient spiritual practices with modern psychotherapy. She utilizes a trauma-informed, compassionate and empathetic approach. Her treatment modalities include: Mindfulness Meditation, Somatic Approaches, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and Narrative Therapy. She holds space for discussing identity from a strengths-based approach and a critical lens to create new insights into experiences with relationships, self-esteem, anxiety, depression, mood/stress, trauma, and life transitions.
Megha believes that to feel deeply is what makes us human and that we all can benefit from shining light on areas that need more love and compassion.

This is a poem that sums up her approach to therapy, Keep looking where the Light pours in, even on the days when you feel uncertain, keep looking again and again, and let Light remind you of the hope within that reminds you no matter what happens you are free to start again. - Morgan Harper Nichols.

Fun Fact:

During her free time, you'll find Megha practicing yoga, trying new recipes and talking about her love for astrology and tarot.

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