Veena Limbachiya is a trainee clinician at EASE Wellbeing and is currently completing her Doctorate in Psychotherapy and Counselling at The New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling. Alongside working at EASE, Veena also works for Lambeth Talking Therapies (IAPT) with the South London and Maudsley NHS Trust where she conducts initial assessments with clients in order to gauge an idea of what their problem is at the moment and help determine a therapy plan for them. As well as doing these assessments, Veena also supports clients who are using the online CBT programme as their first step for therapy.
Veena has completed a Undergraduate degree in BSc Psychology at the University of Kent and a Masters in MSc Applied Psychology at Coventry University. During her Master’s degree, Veena worked at family contact centre whereby she supervised contact between parents and their children who have been placed in foster care. Veena’s area of interests involves trauma, depression and anxiety. Coming from a British Indian background, Veena would like to do research into the lack of South Asians accessing and engaging in therapy.