Shridhar Maheshwari


Shridhar, Counseling Psychologist

Finished Gottman Therapy Level 1.

What Clients Said About Shridhar

Shridhar, I thought, was efficient in moderating the session, and being neutral and non-judgmental. He was knowledgeable about physiological changes in the body during emotional situations and skilfully bringing the scientific evidence into context. In my view and as a feedback, research is always changing and what’s current need not always be right but it’s only a current understanding. Personally I value the experiential knowledge that’s also been passed down traditionally. This doesn’t mean I’m against modern research but only need to be considered holistically.

Shridhar can quickly pick the trigger points of conflict and gives solutions instantly. Very knowledgeable in regards to human psychology, helping me a lot as I am working hard to attain emotional intelligence. Thank you so much🙏

About Me

I have been trying to understand life and human behavior (with above-average priority) since about 15 years of age. A lot of credit goes to my Dad for putting me on this path.

I got a very wise and seasoned picture of life and relationships at a very early age. How do I know it was wise? Because I was able to solve a lot my own personal problems with it. I spent my own personal time and effort into it. I even believe that I have a good aptitude for this.

I studied Psychology, and learnt what’s been discovered and developed in the human history so far. Here, my own experience came in contact with world’s best practices and knowledge. In light of this new information, some of my ideas were rejected, some confirmed and the rest enhanced.

I finished my degree top of my class, 9.17 CGPA, with a Gold Medal. So, even though CGPA doesn’t count much in life, but it really does when you’re the one who scored well. But seriously, I loved studying psychology. So, working hard became easier.

Now I’m using those ideas to help people live better lives. And as I do that, my ideas keep getting better… making it kind of a ‘virtuous cycle’. So, on paper my experience of counselling is of about 3 to 4 years, but if you ask me, I’d say it’s at least 12 good years (as of 2020) and so on. I now have over 700 hours of counselling experience.