I interviewed Mahima Gupta who is a clinical psychologist, EFT trainer and certified regression and hypnotherapist and one downright nice person.
1) What do you do?
I am a clinical psychologist, EFT trainer and certified regression and hypnotherapist. I help people move from trauma and pain to joy and fulfilment. I work with people of all ages in helping them overcome mental-emotional-behavioural difficulties including stress, depression, anxiety, past baggage, anger, fears and phobias, relationship problems, communication issues, self-development and other challenges – supporting their growth into the happiest healthiest versions of themselves. I do this combining various techniques ranging from psychotherapy to emotional acupuncture to subconscious and body work to allow for deep and holistic healing. I also hold various workshops related to the same.
2) Why do you do what you do?
I do this because it makes me happy – everyday. I see hope and potential for healing and happiness in every problem story people come to me with. Having overcome many health and emotional challenges myself, I know that things can change for the better and healing is possible with the right support. Helping people overcome the blocks to their happiness and fulfill their potential gives me immense satisfaction and joy, making my life more meaningful.
3) How do you find time for all that?
This provides me happiness, energy and a sense of fulfillment – so I have chosen this as my full time career to be able to devote enough time to it.
4) What does the future hold for you?
I hold a similar dream for myself as I do for my clients – to keep growing into a happier, healthier better version of myself – and empowering a larger number of people to do the same. In the future, I look forward to holding more training to teach the transformational tools I have been using in my work and life successfully and broaden my availability to people across the world.
5) What advice would you give for us?
The purpose of life is joy – follow yours! Do what makes you happy, you deserve it. If some challenges are making life difficult – please seek support – life can and WILL be better if you are open to the change. No wounds need to be permanent, no walls are unbreakable, no challenges are insurmountable, suffering is not compulsory – Believe in the possibilities that lie ahead of you, believe in yourself!
Note: I have not vested interest or benefit from interviewing Mahima Gupta. I am doing so in the pure intention to inspire more people.