Meet Mahima

About Lodestar

Lodestar means The Guiding Light.

Lodestar was created with the vision of it being the flashlight, the little flicker of the candle which gives not only direction but hope, as you move towards your light at the end of the tunnel. It is to be a lighthouse, helping you reach your destination and find yourself, by steadily shining its own light.

We have all been blessed with an inner GPS – which knows where you need to go and how to go there, it knows the right from wrong and the truth from the illusions – it is the Lodestar Within. It has the answers you seek, the peace you lost, and the happiness you fear you may never have.

As we grapple with our stories and struggles, sometimes we forget it’s even there and sometimes the signal is a bit muddled as we have forgotten how to read it. In those times, you may need a hand to hold still as you begin to untwine the knot, someone to help interpret the code, navigate through the maze you find yourself trapped in or interrupt the loops you can’t seem to get out of – someone with the skills to help you see things differently, make the changes which you feel you cannot, release what you need to and see the way out of the mess, into your glory.

Often, we need another ray of light to remind us of our own and lead us back to the Lodestar within, and this Lodestar wishes to be a reminder and a bridge to the wholeness, happiness and healing that lies within.

About Mahima

Mahima has over 5 years of experience as a Clinical Psychologist, Psychotherapist, Alternative Healing Practitioner and Trainer. A natural disposition of being a caring listener and connecting empathically with people, combined with sharp analytic skills and thorough training in transformative therapeutic tools, has helped her contribute to hundreds of people from different walks of life. Mahima sees an opportunity for change, growth and healing in every “problem-story” that people come to her with and is committed to guiding and supporting them through their journey to a happier, healthier and more authentic life. Mahima strongly believes in every individuals’ potential for joy, peace and fulfilment, and she endeavours to help them process the negatives and develop the positives, to create their perfect picture in their own unique frame.



Mahima completed her Masters in Clinical Psychology from University of Mumbai in 2010, standing 1st in her batch. She completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Trans-personal Regression therapies from the Tasso Institute, Holland in 2014 at the top of her class. She has been professionally trained in advanced Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), Matrix Re-imprinting, Neuro-Linguistic Programming and Breakthrough Coaching through Vitality Living College, U.K. She is also an Integrated Clinical Hypnotherapist trained at the California Hypnosis Institute of India. Mahima has done a course in Disaster Counselling from University of Mumbai and has been trained in REBT for children. She is a trainer for EFT and Access Bars and conducts workshops and camps on topics involving personality and self-development, communication and social skills, parenting, stress-management and other relevant topics.



Mahima has over 5 years of clinical experience in psychological assessment, counselling and therapy. She has a special interest in positive psychology, alternative therapy and training.

Mahima has worked with children, adolescents and adults in individual, couple, family and group therapy setups. She uses REBT, CBT, Positive Psychology, Play therapy, Mindfulness based techniques, Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) and Clinical Hypnotherapy employing a client centred, action oriented, psycho-spiritual therapeutic style.

Mahima has worked with Mood Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Personality Disorders, ADHD, Asperger’s Syndrome, Schizophrenia, Relationship issues, Communication and Social skills, Anger and Stress management and Personal development among others.



– Full membership international with the Singapore Psychological Society (SPS)
– International Affiliate member of the American Psychological Association (APA)
– Associate member of the Indian Association of Positive Psychology (IAPP)

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