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Whether it is therapy you need or support in your mindfulness meditation practice. We are here!

We are here to help you
Feel Better

You are Not Alone!

Whether it is therapy you need or support in your mindfulness meditation practice. We are here!

About us

Inner Space is a psychotherapy & mindfulness meditation platform established in 2010. We specialize in combining western counseling and psychotherapy models with eastern wellness practices like mindfulness and meditation, creating personalized and effective mental health plans.

Therapy

Mindfulness

Corporate Training

Our Services

Empowering You to Overcome Life's Challenges

Online Counseling & Therapy

We invite you to address your emotional difficulties in a safe space with the help of a qualified therapist through counseling and psychotherapy.

Mindfulness Course

Our mindfulness courses are rooted in best mental health practices of self-awareness, helping you to be a friend to yourself.

Mindfulness Meditation Courses

Our mindfulness meditation courses are rooted in best mental health practices of self-awareness and compassion, helping you to become a friend to yourself.

Mindfulness Training for Organizations

We bring mental health to organizations through a host of online and onsite programs helping create a culture of mindfulness, stability and wellbeing.

Schedule of our Mindfulness Courses in 2023

Why Inner Space

Team of Qualified Psychotherapists & Mindfulness Meditation Trainers

Become a part of our Community

Live Online Webinars

Why Inner Space

Team of Qualified Psychotherapists & Mindfulness Meditation Trainers

Become a part of our Community

Live Online Sessions

Our Therapists:

Dedicated to Supporting Your Emotional Wellness

"What our Clients say about us"

Clients of our Past Programs

About the Founder

Mindfulness Trainer-Sadia

Therapist & Mindfulness Trainer

Sadia Saeed is a clinical psychologist, somatic therapist and a mindfulness meditation trainer with over 23 years of experience.

A Tedx Speaker - Sadia

A Tedx Speaker

As a speaker at a Tedx conference, she spoke on how mindfulness of emotions can help stay calm even in the midst of emotional overwhelm and chaos.

Guide for Tweens & Teens

An Author

She has written a book for teens and tweens which a guide to understanding and starting meditation and awareness practices early in life.

Glimpses of our Mindfulness Courses

Get In Touch With Us

Our therapists are all trained psychologists, qualified in helping people work through their challenges and emotional roadblocks.

Free Mental Health Resources

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Resources on Trauma

These are easy-to-do exercise videos created by our founder, Sadia, who is a trauma-informed therapist. These will help your nervous system to regulate and stabilize in the face of strong emotion.

Mindfulness Resources

These carefully curated mindfulness resources by our team will help you manage your emotions in a healthy way and support you in bringing mindfulness into your daily lives

Guided Meditations

Guided meditations is a carefully curated playlist on various topics, for beginners to start their mindfulness journey as well as for practitioners to deepen their practice

Free E-Book On Mindfulness

The e-book 'First Few Steps To Mindfulness' is a simple, brief book that covers all the necessary aspects of beginning your meditation practice.

FAQs on Therapy & Mindfulness

Our therapeutic approach is fundamentally holistic. Our therapists don’t only want to help their clients resolve the present difficulties but provide them with insights and coping strategies that will help them with future difficulties. Our intention is that our clients become emotionally resilient and over time need therapy less and less. That they are able to find joy and meaning in their lives and cope with the stresses that are an inevitable part of life. In order to provide such wholesome therapy we use an eclectic approach that is customized to what an individual client needs. Our core approaches are client-centered therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy, mindfulness-based therapy and somatic psychotherapy.

Most mental health issues arise out of an unhelpful ways of thinking, feeling, unhealthy beliefs or actions that are result of our learnings from our past, our life situations, our role models, how powerful or powerless we felt, our trauma and so on, as well as a genetic, family history and bodily disposition towards mental health issues. Mental health difficulties may take the form of depression, anxiety, eating disorders, sleeplessness, addiction, relationship issues and many others and range from severe to mild. In most of these conditions, over time unhelpful messages are given to the body by the brain, things are perceived through a biased filter by the brain, similar neurotransmitters are increased or decreased and slowly the symptoms join together to become a disorder or a habitual wiring pattern in the nervous system. Now the brain works on its own and even if we do not want to have certain thoughts or feelings, we continue to do so, even if we do not want to binge eat or give in to our addictions, there is an internal push. It feels like all this is out of our control. 

Mindfulness can help to change this habitual wiring. This is due to one feature of the brain called neuroplasticity. The brain is always changing and learning. Just as overtime it has learned unhelpful patterns, with mindfulness, focus and meditation it can learn different and more helpful patterns. However, just as it has taken time to learn such unhelpful patterns and to develop into a mental health condition, so it will take time to learn a new pattern to get out of the mental health condition. Some improvement in symptoms is rather quick and can be seen even in a few weeks of regular mindfulness practice. However, complete resolution may take time. Also mindfulness meditation is ideal for mild to moderate mental health conditions. Severe conditions, where self-harm or extreme symptoms are involved, may need a combination of medication and psychotherapy as a treatment of choice. Even in severe situations, mindfulness may eventually be introduced when medication and therapy have helped stabilize the individual. In such cases mindfulness is beneficial for long term recovery as it involves changing the way one relates to one’s thoughts, feelings, beliefs and emotions.

Mindfulness is about paying attention to what is happening in the present. Even if an emotion belongs to a situation from the past or the future, its energy is always felt in the present. For example, the emotion may be a sense of fear about the future or a sense of anger at someone who has harmed us in the past. The emotional energy is however, always being felt in the here and now. The fear or anger is part of our experience right now. Often we deal with this emotion by getting into the narrative or the story of the situation. That is rarely helpful. The narrative often only worsens the emotion or maybe shuts it down briefly due to rationalization, however the emotional energy is not dealt with. Mindfulness practices train a person to bring wise and compassionate attention to the emotional energy that is present right now and to learn to stay with it. It also helps a person to deal with the body sensations that are associated with the emotion and therefore helps to deeply process the emotion instead of simply rationalizing it away.

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