Modern Psychology: Jungian Analysis, Rogerian and Gestalt approaches, Cognitive Behavioural Methods, Transactional Analysis, Existential Philosophy, Transpersonal Psychology, Systems Theory, Art and Movement Therapy, Consciousness Studies.

Ancient Wisdom Traditions: Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, Vedanta, Vipassana, The Bhagavad Geeta,  Aurobindo, Zen and Tibetan Buddhism, The Enneagram, Ramayana, Mahabharata, Upanishadic stories.

Complimentary/Alternative Approaches: Family Constellations, Past-Life Regression, Kinesiology,  Holotropic Breathwork, Mind-Body Approaches, Art and Movement Therapy.

I n t e g r a t i n g   L o g i c   a n d   M a g i c

​Drawing from the  principles of Process Work, Sujata's facilitation builds on the participant's 'felt experience' in the here-and-now. It is further enriched by authentic sharing of the same by both participants and facilitator.

Group interactions are facilitated such that a safe and trusting space for reflection, contemplation, learning and transformation  is created.

Body-breath-movement-posture is used as a primary learning tool. Individual exercises, dyadic

and group games, stories, guided visualization, role-plays, playful and insightful activities and brainstorming  are also used.

Sujata's clinical and facilitation work is based on the tenet that ‘Knowledge is Inherent in the Learner’ and ‘Wisdom is Hidden in the Seeker’. Her holistic and experiential approach enables learning at all levels of the individual, viz. the body, intellect, heart and soul.  It allows participants to access in a fun and light-hearted manner, personally relevant insights that are applicable immediately and for always.