Ektha Aggarwal, LCSW
Culver City CA
As your therapist, I am committed to helping you turn your emotional pain into inner power and cultivate lasting change. I help people whose emotions or thoughts take over at the worst possible moments, and those who wrestle with day-to-day life confusion, pain or loss. This period of time can feel overwhelming and debilitating. It may even affect your relationships with family, friends or career. As Shannon Alder puts it, “courage doesn’t happen when you have all the answers. It happens when you are ready to face the questions you have been avoiding your whole life.” How do you to face the difficult questions, show courage, and claim your Shakti (strength) in order to heal? Healing begins with love. Let’s work on being in love with the person in the mirror. You have been through so much and are still showing resilience. As your psychotherapist, I help you navigate the challenges of adulthood & turn your wounds into wisdoms through interventions such as Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, and Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy. If you are ready to feel empowered, effortlessly achieve your goals, and feel more happiness in your life, contact me today for a complimentary telephone consultation. I am in this with you & TOGETHER we can navigate any conflict you are trying to manage.
Ektha Aggarwal is an experienced licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) and Founder of Shakti Therapy and Healing Services based in Los Angeles, CA. As a psychotherapist with about 10 years of experience, Ektha is particularly concerned with the impact of trauma on the mind-body connection, and the reconciliation of personal boundaries with cultural demands, supporting better emotional, physical, spiritual, and relationship health. Shakti Therapy offers a holistic and psychotherapeutic approach to managing mental health disorders such as anxiety and depression, life transitions, and relationship challenges. Ektha specializes in working with three communities: 1. People who are looking to connect with their higher self and identify their purpose in life. 2. People of color to break the stigma around mental health. 3. People interested in holistic psychotherapy modalities such as crystal healing, energy work, and ketamine assisted psychotherapy. Ektha has published her work with ScienceDirect, Good Indian Girl blog, and Women’s Web. She also speaks at seminars and participates in panels across the nation as a mental health specialist. Ektha additionally sits on the board for the Institute of Neuro-Innovation.
Psychotherapy, Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy, Crystal Healing