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About

Dr. Tani Khara

Areas: Mental health and workplace wellbeing support for animal carers and vegans, mental health coaching for cultural minorities and professional women.

Years in practice: 10+

Available weekday evenings & Saturdays, online/telehealth
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Dr. Tani Khara supports individuals, working professionals, and organisations. 


With two decades of corporate and leadership experience, Tani understands the impact of personal life challenges on workplace wellbeing.


Tani offers support for stress, anxiety, depression, burnout, grief, and loss. 


She is compassionate and deeply empathetic. She has lived in India, Singapore, and Australia, which enable her to address cross-cultural mental health issues.


Tani employs a variety of therapeutic techniques, including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Mindfulness-based approaches.


In addition to her work with individuals and professionals, Tani supports clients from the animal care, advocacy, cruelty-free and environmental sectors. She continues to support veterinary professionals, animal rights advocates, and cruelty-free entrepreneurs dealing with stress, anxiety, burnout, and similar challenges.


Tani's work in mental health is complemented by her academic research at the University of Technology in Sydney (UTS), where she publishes on the psychosocial aspects of compassion and interspecies interactions.


Tani is fluent in English and Hindi, and conversational in Punjabi. She has a special affinity for serving multicultural clients. 

Qualifications

Degree: Masters (UNSW),  PhD (UTS)


Client Focus

Types of clients: People aged 18+ (Individuals and Groups) 

Areas I work with

Specialties

  • Grief, Loss & Bereavement

  • Trauma

  • Stress & Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Burnout & Compassion Fatigue

  • Diversity & Executive Coaching


Other areas I also work with:

  • Emotional Disturbance

  • Life Transitions

  • Spirituality

  • Workplace issues 

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