Prachi S Vaish broke new grounds way back in 2009 when she launched India’s first Online Psychological Counseling portal.  As with many a great idea, the portal had a lukewarm response at that time, even from well established therapists.  Fast forward to 2015.  Not only HopeNetwork.in remains the top website serving the areas of mental health, we are also the inspiration for a multitude of other websites.  The print and digital media has given ample coverage to cause of online therapy and HopeNetwork.in

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The Week, 30 Aug 15, by Mini P Thomas

HopeNetwork.in has a team of five experts, with different specialisations. Vaish specialises in HopeNetwork.in has a team of five experts, with different specialisations. Vaish specialises in mental health problems related to the aftermath of extramarital affairs, sexual conflicts, mental health problems related to the aftermath of extramarital affairs, sexual conflicts, gender issues, early parenting and anxiety disorders. Her colleague Ashwini Deshpande is an gender issues, early parenting and anxiety disorders. Her colleague Ashwini Deshpande is an expert in personality problems in adults, parental training and behavioural issues in expert in personality problems in adults, parental training and behavioural issues in children. children.
HopeNetwork.in has experts also in neurofeedback, biofeedback, neuropsychological HopeNetwork.in has experts also in neurofeedback, biofeedback, neuropsychological assessment and geriatric counselling.   Read more at The Week.

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Sunday Times of India, 09 Aug 15 by Meenakshi Rohatgi

…While Vaish also handles clients from abroad, she says that people in India are also opening upto the idea of taking counselling – even for monor behavioural issues…


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Orissa Post, 10 Aug 2015 by Manish Kumar

Prachi started ‘Hopenetwork’ to reach out to the people. She uses different platforms to connect with them according to their comfort levels. She said, “We use all available platforms to reach out to the people, who want to connect with us. We use video conferencing, WhatsApp, emails, phone calls or text messages to cater to the needs of the people, according to the mode of communication they prefer.”