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  • Who are we?
    Room, The Mindcare Space was established in 2019 with the aim to make mental health services accessible and affordable to the masses. Our focus is to normalize therapy and build a community where each member can act as a support system to the others, and empower themselves. Room aims to provide holistic mental health care to everyone. These services are provided In-Person or over Video Meetings
  • What can Room help me with?
    Room provides a various Services: Therapy & Assessments Career Counselling Internships for Students (Bachelor's & Master's) EAP services for Corporates
  • How to begin therapy with Room?
    It is very easy to get the process started. You can fill out our form that covers the formalities in a quick questionnaire. Once done, your information will be directed to the right psychotherapist, and you will be contacted by them. You can take things forward from there. You can also get in touch via our social media platforms or drop a mail at
  • What are we working towards?
    Room, The Mindcare Space, aims to create a community that upholds mental well-being and provides mental health services. The main goal is to normalize therapy and make it available to everybody in society. Therapy should be easily accessible and affordable for all like any other health services, and this core value is upheld by Room and all its members. We are working towards reducing the stigma around therapy and mental illnesses and, trying to amplify its importance in our society.
  • Where is Room based?
    Room is based in Ahmedabad, India. Yet, as we are a global platform you can reach out to our psychotherapists online from any part of the globe.
  • Will my identity and information be kept confidential?
    At Room, your information is completely safe. None of the information provided to a psychotherapist will be shared with anyone outside of Room. Our psychotherapists are ethically trained and maintain the code of conduct for all sessions.
  • What can I talk to a psychotherapist about?
    You can discuss any challenges you face in your day-to-day life. It can be about relationships with others, a significant other, psychological issues, marriage, career goals, academics, social interactions, friends, parenting, self-esteem, confidence, and more. We’re here to listen and help.
  • Where can I avail face-to-face sessions with Room psychotherapists?
    Our psychotherapists are available to take up face-to-face sessions in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. You can contact for more details.
  • What is the difference between a psychotherapist and a psychiatrist?
    A psychotherapist is a professional who can work with clients in therapy towards gaining a better understanding of the concern they are dealing with, their relationships, themselves, and the world around them. A psychotherapist has a minimum qualification of a Master’s Degree in Psychological Counselling or Clinical Psychology. A psychiatrist is a doctor who can prescribe medication for various mental health concerns. A psychiatrist understands what the client is going through by taking a history of the client’s concerns and on its basis decides whether medication is necessary. A psychiatrist has the qualification of an M.D. in Psychiatry. Generally, a psychiatrist and psychotherapist work together with clients for their mental well-being.
  • What is Therapy?
    Therapy is a process in which the client and therapist enter a formal relationship to work towards creating a change in aspects of the client’s life, which the client wishes to work on. These aspects could be relationships, work life, family, self-image, personal growth, etc. Therapy is a safe, supportive, and non-judgmental space. It allows the person to express their experiences, emotions, and thoughts that are otherwise difficult to share. It helps them to find ways to cope with and manage difficult situations.
  • What can I expect from therapy?
    When a person goes for therapy, they can expect to be listened to without judgment. Therapy can help the client make sense of the world around them. It can help them process their feelings about the world and people around them, and to develop healthy coping mechanisms for the difficult experiences that they might have. Every person’s journey of therapy is unique and can take a different path.
  • How do I know if I need therapy?
    There are no concerns that are too small or too big for therapy. Therapy is a safe space where you can be completely yourself; if you think this is something you may benefit from, therapy is for you! You may be considering therapy if: Your difficulties are making it hard for you to function in your day-to-day life. You’re facing issues in your relationships, at work, or with your family members. You feel tired of being discriminated against because of your gender, caste, sexuality, disability, etc. You feel an overwhelming and prolonged sense of sadness, helplessness, or anxiety You just need someone to talk to You may seek therapy for any or all of these reasons or none of them.
  • I’ve never been in therapy before. What can I expect?
    Starting a session can be an uncomfortable process. It is difficult to sit with a stranger and talk about sensitive information about yourself. Thoughts like, ‘I don’t think this will help me’, ‘I don’t even know where to begin explaining’ and ‘I find it difficult to open up’ are completely normal before beginning therapy. However, your therapist is trained to handle all your hesitations and reservations. Many people seek therapy for a variety of reasons – going for therapy does not mean that there is something wrong with you. It’s a safe, confidential space for you to feel heard, understood, and validated.
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