Supporting Organizations for their Wellness Needs

Mental Wellness | Experiential Sessions |
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What's bothering Your Employees?

At Mind Piper we provide contextualized and evidence-based therapy. These services are in line with your employees’ wellness needs and can make your organization resilient.




Team Building



Your Journey

We ensure your employees' therapy journey with us is as personalized, smooth and stress-free as possible

Prior Experiences

In the past, we have designed workshops and wellness programs for corporate employees and young leaders in the development sector. Through different sessions aimed at reducing their stigma around mental health and building their toolkit for providing psychological first aid, we inculcate skills that ensure holistic wellbeing in workplaces.

We contextualize our design in any format, according to your preference.

  • Company lunch & learns
  • Fellow training
  • Company-sponsored work from home sessions

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Our Successful Engagements

Why Our Therapies Are Unique?


Research and evidence-based therapy that shall work the best for you

In house Therapists with Diverse Background

Multiculturally sensitive interdisciplinary professionals to aid your therapeutic journey

Tailored to you

We ensure that every session is curated to suit your context


We are present across five centers in Delhi. Our team is also available at the comfort of your home for telephonic or new-age virtual therapy


Sliding scale available. So, if the cost is something that might stop you, break that barrier now

Our Partners

Our Modalities

Psychodynamic Therapy

Psychodynamic Therapy is an in-depth form of talk therapy focused on building insight into your relationship with yourself, others, and the external world. Psychodynamic therapies focus on exploring unconscious motivations, early life experiences, and patterns in relationships through the therapeutic relationship. It enables you to speak freely about whatever is on your mind to address your most pressing issues, fears and desires. You'll learn to analyze and resolve any current issues through the exploration of the self and past.

Person-Centered Therapy

This approach lies on the tenet that each individual has the capacity and desire for an ‘actualising tendency’ wherein they strive for personal growth and change. Through values of empathy, respect and unconditional positive regard, therapists aim to facilitate clients' growth journey in sessions. In this non-authoritative approach, therapists provide support and structure in sessions to help clients rediscover existing and new resolutions to their concerns.

Narrative Therapy

Personal experiences become personal stories. People give these stories meaning, and the stories help shape a person’s identity. Narrative therapy uses the power of these stories to help people discover their life purpose. it as a non-pathologizing, empowering, and collaborative approach. It recognizes that people have skills and expertise that can help guide change in their lives.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a here-and-now structured approach focussed on examining how thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are connected and impact our overall well-being. CBT focuses on identifying maladaptive thinking and behavioral patterns and implementing specific strategies to reduce symptoms of depression, anxiety, trauma, etc. CBT is a problem-focused approach that helps to directly challenge various negative thinking styles and change unhelpful patterns of thinking and behavior.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is a blend of acceptance, mindfulness, and behavioral strategies to improvise wellbeing and increase psychological flexibility. ACT uses in-session exercises, metaphor, language, and physical movement to focus on living in the here and now with one’s values rather than getting stuck in the avoidance cycle of suffering. Through ACT you can learn to move past your self-limiting self-talk—the way you verbalize and understand concerns like past trauma, physical limitations, past relationships, or anything else on your plate through acceptance of the thoughts and feelings around the concerns.