Counselor, Marriage & Family Therapist and Therapist


Counselor, Marriage & Family Therapist and Therapist


Meet Pika Dubey, Gold Medallist and dedicated and compassionate Counselling psychologist who understands that seeking therapy requires courage and vulnerability. With a strong focus on creating a safe, supportive, empathetic, and non -judgmental environment, Pika is committed to helping individuals on their journey towards healing and self-awareness. Pika’s extensive professional background and expertise lie in applying evidence-based therapies such as Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). This specialization has fueled Pika’s passion for working with individuals providing them with the necessary tools and support to navigate their unique challenges. Her educational achievements include holding Degree in Psychology from Webster University Athens, Abnormal Psychology from National Healthcare Academy Singapore and diplomas from esteemed institutions such as Harvard and Yale Additionally, Pika is an active member of the American Psychology Association, ensuring adherence to professional standards and the latest developments in the field.

Practice Details
Session Fee
$50 - $100 USD
$76 - $151 AUD $69 - $138 CAD €47 - €93 EUR ₹4178 - ₹8355 INR $81 - $163 NZD £39 - £79 GBP ₴2030 - ₴4059 UAH $50 - $100 USD
English and Hindi
Therapy Format
Individuals, Couples and Families
Adults (20 to 64) and Seniors (65+)
Men, Women, Transgender and Non-Binary
Christianity, Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism and Nonreligious
Hetero, Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and LGBTQ+
Accepting clients
Online and In-person
Free Initial Consultation
Work & Education
Years in Practice
7 years
  • Webster University in 2020
Acceptance and Commitment (ACT)
Compassion Focused
Dialectical Behavior (DBT)
Positive Psychology
Alcohol Use
Anger Management
Career Counseling
Coping Skills
Domestic Abuse
Domestic Violence
Eating Disorders
Family Conflict
Fears and Phobias
Life Coaching
Mood Disorders
Narcissistic Personality
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
Panic Attacks
Relationship Issues
Self Esteem
Suicidal Ideation
Thinking Disorders
Understanding Desires
Women's Issues
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