Dishika Hira

Dishika Hira

Psychologist
Online Therapy Available
Next available Monday, Apr 22nd
Location
Online Therapy
Biography

Born and raised in Auckland, Dishika completed her tertiary education through The University of Auckland and Massey University. Since completing her training, Dishika has worked for NGO's as well as the public sector. Dishika walks alongside her clients, helping them to achieve their goals. Her experience includes treating clinical presentations such as anxiety, depression, PTSD, as well as alcohol and drug addiction. Dishika believes in tailoring treatment to the needs of an individual. This allows her to integrate various evidence-based approaches into her practice. Dishika is passionate about supporting people on their journey and is committed to providing an honest, reliable and collaborative service.  Availability: Virtual sessions are available Mondays-Thursdays (5:15-7:15 pm) In-person availability is Thursdays (8 am-1 pm) Please note that crisis services are not provided at this time. If you, or anyone you know is in danger please call 111 or contact your local mental health crisis team. Email: [email protected] Website: thereflectivepractice.nz

Qualifications

Postgraduate Diploma in Psychological Practice | Master of Science | Postgraduate Diploma in Science | Postgraduate Certificate in Health Sciences (Drug and Alcohol Studies) | Bachelor of Science

Languages

English

Client Type

adults, forensic population, women, men

Therapy Type

online therapy, mindfulness, solution focused therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy (cbt), Rehabilitation Psychology

Specialisations
  • depression
  • anxiety
  • self esteem and confidence
  • stress
  • life changes
  • burnout
  • motivation and purpose
  • loneliness and isolation
  • sleep issues
  • addiction
  • workplace issues
  • personal development
  • work-life balance
  • acceptance
  • alcohol or drug recovery
  • anger management
  • break up and divorce
  • career change
  • change and transition
  • communication skills
  • coping issues
  • disconnection
  • emotional control
  • family issues
  • grief
  • identity
  • mental health and wellbeing
  • migrant adjustment
  • performance anxiety
  • post traumatic stress disorder (ptsd)
  • relationship issues
  • psycho-social problems
  • social anxiety
  • substance abuse
  • trauma
Services
Therapy session (EAP funded)
45min
$220 NZD
Therapy session (self funded)
45min
$200 NZD
Unimed funded therapy session
45min
$215 NZD
Or free if your organisation uses Clearhead to provide wellbeing support
Funding Options

I Am Hope

SUPPORTED BY
nib foundation
msd
moh