The Thought Co. works towards mental health awareness for all.
We do this by creating a growing resource of reliable information on mental health, providing a supportive network and intervention strategies needed for people who are experiencing difficulties with anxiety, stress, depression, low mood, and other psychiatric concerns.
With our dedicated and dynamic team, we aim to make mental health an approachable topic, thereby breaking barriers and ensuring individuals develop a positive thought pattern towards life.
Founded by Priyanka Varma, a mental health professionals whose vision is mental health for all, The Thought Company aims to empower individuals with access to high-quality and reliable information, and mental health professionals. Our team compromises of experienced mental health professionals, who are equipped to understand the intricacies of human thought, emotion and behaviour.
Meet our team!
Priyanka Varma is a Clinical Psychologist, Counsellor & Psychotherapist. She has previously trained in London and then in Mumbai. Her experience spans over 10 years where she was worked with a wide spectrum of the population. Her area of interest is in working with young adults as they navigate the changing society triggered by technology advancement. Her research focus has been internet addiction and is now how we can use technology to better serve emotional and mental health needs of people. In addition, she is also the Founder of The Thought Co. an organization that works towards reliable emotional mental health awareness and care. Apart from this, she also consults at Holy Family Hospital & Global Hospitals. She is the brainchild behind MHAW and instrumental in setting up Mumbai's longest running Support Group of Caregivers of Dementia.
“Life is about figuring out your definition of happiness and then rolling with it”
Unnati Bhardwaj is a Queer Affirmative Mental Health Practitioner with a Master's degree in Counseling Psychology. She has experience working with children and young adults of various socio-economic backgrounds, and has also volunteered for a Suicide Prevention Helpline - Samaritans Mumbai. Unnati believes in the mind-body connection, and integrates it into her practice to create more intuitive mental healthcare strategies. She has previously managed a Mental Health project that provided free counseling to about 10,000 underprivileged school children across the suburbs of Mumbai.
“Patience is a virtue that presents rewards only after the time you need it has passed.”