• Romantic relationship
  • Attachment style issues
  • self-esteem issues
  • Depression
  • Family issues
  • Childhood traumas
  • Family Relationships
  • Childhood Abuse
  • self-worth issues
  • Anxiety


  • M.A. in Psychology

Languages Speaks

  • Hindi
  • English

About Amarpreet

I chose a career in psychology with the aim of delving into child behavior and its underlying causes. Following my completion of a master’s program, I began working with children, gaining valuable insights into childhood disorders. However, as time progressed, I came to realize that a challenging childhood is often more a result of parenting than the child’s own disposition.

Throughout my career as a psychologist, I’ve encountered numerous cases highlighting the pivotal role of parenting, both positively and negatively. Consequently, I made the decision to redirect my professional focus towards aiding young adults in recognizing their true value, overcoming self-esteem challenges, and realizing their full potential.

In my current practice, I assist clients in overcoming the hurdles posed by their difficult childhoods and help them understand the lasting impacts of their upbringing. This process empowers them to become self-sufficient and mentally resilient adults.

I have had the privilege of working in metropolitan areas where mental health discussions are more open and accepted, which I found enriching. However, explaining my profession was more challenging in my hometown, where awareness about psychology was limited. This experience led me to believe that perhaps my services were more needed there.

Consequently, I decided to return to my hometown and contribute to the field of psychology, despite the initial financial challenges stemming from fewer opportunities. The satisfaction of giving back to my community outweighs these obstacles.

To me, being a psychologist entails two essential components: helping young adults understand the impact of uncontrollable childhood experiences on their lives and making mental health support accessible to those living in communities where stigma still surrounds it. These goals have not only enriched my understanding but also deepened my empathy, respect, compassion, and grace, which I strive to incorporate into my practice.