Nimrat Bindra (Nisha)


Born and raised in New Delhi, India, I moved to Houston, Texas, for higher education and work. My own experience with developmental trauma and relationships inspired me to study human psychology at a deeper level and achieve a higher potential. This curiosity led me to explore various energy-healing modalities and cultures.

I practiced self-healing to resolve my challenges. This influenced me to pursue a career as an energy healer and a life coach. Along the way, I met a successful counselor who inspired me to crystalize techniques and approaches to become a better-informed therapist. While being grateful for the experiences and the chance to be the best I can be, I aspire to use these learnings to create a safe space for you to reach your full potential.

My theoretical orientation is individualized with a foundation of client-centeredness and strength-based psychology. I utilize an integrated approach to psychodynamic therapy and cognitive-behavioral therapy. The idea is that by assisting my clients in understanding their thought patterns, they can better navigate and ultimately achieve their goals. I help clients uncover the innate ability to move to the next step using strength-based approaches. As a client, you shall determine what you want to work on and the goals to accomplish.

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor in Texas, with a Masters’ Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Lamar University.

I work with individuals, couples, groups, and families from the greater Houston area. I offer both telehealth sessions as well as in-person sessions.

Life is a journey, and there is a lot to learn from our experiences. A trained therapist is a supporter and an advocate. When you need help in navigating through these experiences or even unsure where to start, I encourage you to reach out and see if we are a good fit. I am honored to be given a chance to be a fellow traveler in your journey.

Life struggles can make us bitter or better, it is up to us to choose what we want to be through these struggles.

Thank you for reading, and I look forward to meeting with you.