My Safe Place is a platform that aims to break the stigma surrounding mental health issues and connect people to the best therapists and counsellors for them. We wish to make mental wellness services more accessible and affordable for a larger audience.
From a bullied school-goer to a peer pressure-struck corporate, a love quotient gone awry, those with financial or health issues, one who feels lonely or fearful, or simply one who can't spot the problem but just doesn't feel fine - these and other issues playing on the mind are not a figment of the mind. They are real problems that do have solutions. You need to seek these.
You need to speak and yes, be heard...
Very often people are afraid to seek help or speak out about their problems because of the fear of being judged or appearing ‘weak’. We believe that people should be able to speak openly about their mental health and feel free to ask for help when they need it.
Mental health disorders can affect your thoughts, emotions, behaviour or mood. You may need to seek an expert's help for the wellness of the mind, just like we do for the body. At My Safe Place, we aim to guide you to top experts, who will help untie the toughest knots within and bring healing with their scientific or holistic approach and rich experience.
A successful entrepreneur for 10 years with a growth mindset and using behavioural science as her key strength. She holds a masters in Psychology and strongly believes in the power of mind as the governing factor of our lives. She uses her entrepreneurial skills to guide My Safe Place to the path of a successful business model, mindfully.
With a dual degree in Business & Psychology, Pooja is a creative professional with proven success in launching brands and platforms, and building communities across media and tech / e-commerce. Through My Safe Place, she hopes that healing and therapy will become accessible to one and all.
A graduate from Imperial College London, having pursued a joint -honours program in Biomedical Science and Management. She hopes to make a difference in reducing the stigma associated with mental health disorders. She wants to mould My Safe Place into an effective outreach platform to help large number of silent sufferers to benefit from professional guidance.