Rachna Mishra is trained to distinguish all aspects of human behavior and performance; individual differences in ability, personality, and interests; learning and motivation she has specialized in the management of various psychological disorders, psychiatric problems, emotional, relational and behavioral. She has also been dealing with issues pertaining to Life Skills, Interpersonal Communication Skills, Stress Management, Anxiety, depression, Family therapy. Marital conflict and Anger Management, etc. through therapeutic intervention
My approach to therapy is integrative, meaning I believe there are many different ways the process of healing and change can work. I also believe that the core foundation of therapy is the development of a trusting therapeutic relationship between the therapist and the patient. I attend to the relationship with care, and I bring sensitivity, warmth, and authentic feedback to the therapy work I do with with people. Not only is the therapeutic relationship important for a feeling of trust and safety, it is also the most important means of healing and growth. It is this relationship that is responsible for providing an opportunity for emotional relearning. Healing begins to happen when people understand the development of their current distress within their unique family and cultural context. During this process, it is essential to experience the therapist as empathically and compassionately attuned. Then, people can begin to feel this empathy and apply it to themselves with self-compassion. In essence, it is by utilizing the healing capacity of the therapeutic relationship that I help people discover and develop the tools to bring about change for themselves"