Mohadev "Mo" Bhattacharyya, LPC
If you found your way here it is probably because you are looking to change something about your life. Maybe you are struggling in relationships, feeling unsatisfied or stuck in life, or feel that you aren't living at your full potential? Maybe you feel paralyzed by current events, struggle to fit in, or have experienced discrimination based on your background or lifestyle? I realize it can be scary reaching out for help, especially for the first time, and would like to congratulate you for finding the courage to take this first step. I know from my own experience that change is possible, and therapy can help. It is my belief that we all have within us the potential to fully and confidently experience life in all its ups and downs, and to live and love authentically.
Counseling is a collaborative process, and my first and foremost goal is to provide a safe, welcoming, nonjudgmental environment. I am committed to meeting you where you are in your journey, and I would like to understand your experience. Together we can explore obstacles that are holding you back, and identify strengths that can help you face life's challenges.
My journey to becoming a therapist started when I was in my mid-20s. Finding myself lost in my career, depressed, and struggling in relationships, I sought out help. My experience in therapy helped me change patterns that weren’t creating the fulfilling life I wanted, to get out of my own way, be more honest with myself, and live more fully and freely. It is my passion to help others along on their journey.
In my free time, I enjoy cooking, working out, and riding my bike around Austin. I am involved in creative music and look forward to a time when I can play and attend live shows again (and eat at restaurants!).
Research shows that the relationship between you and your therapist is one of the most important factors in successful therapy. I encourage you to find someone who feels like a good fit, who you feel comfortable being yourself with. If I am not that person, I encourage you to look for someone who feels right, and would be happy to help you find someone who feels like a good fit.
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Area of Expertise
Becoming Unstuck, Self-Development