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About Us

The Color of Grey Cells (CoGC) believes that,

“In the search for self care, stability, and growth, the best answers lie with color, music, stories and movement.”


Envisioned in 2014, CoGC functions primarily under the expertise of Drama and Movement Psychotherapist, Ms. Anshuma Kshetrapal. Though it is based primarily in Delhi , the endeavour extends itself to groups and individuals all around the world, who are keen to learn, experience and benefit from psychotherapy and Creative Arts therapy. The main mission is to emphasise on the inclusivity of the psychotherapy, such that, every individual, irrespective of their access or proficiency in art, can access creative arts therapies and talk psychotherapy. This is the essence and spirit with which CoGC functions. To know more, please watch the video below and contact us.

Meet The Team

Working through a trauma-informed, systemic lens; Supriya is a Psychotherapist, arts-based practitioner and a dance movement therapy facilitator.


She incorporates the principles of body psychotherapy, experiential awareness and expressive arts to create therapeutic spaces with individuals, groups and communities.


She works closely with adults and children with attachment difficulties, developmental trauma, anxiety and other mental/emotional regulation concerns. 


She thrives at the intersection of body-mind disciplines and is inspired to rediscover embodiment as a collective through shared practices, breath, movement, mindfulness and the expressive arts.

Anshuma is a practicing Psychotherapist and Drama and Movement therapist, registered with BADth (British Association of Dramatherapists). She is a client centred, queer friendly and trauma informed therapist who works from a psychosocial lens.

She is the President and a Founding Board Member of the Indian Association of Dance Movement Therapy . She is also an educator in the field of arts therapies and teaches Dramatherapy at St. Xaviers College, Mumbai She is a faculty member and supervisor for certificate programs by CMTAI. She is also the co-course director, faculty and supervisor for the PG Diploma in Dance Movement Therapy by St. Mira’s College, Artsphere, Pune and TATC. 

She is also the Vice President of Drama-Therapy India. Enthusiastic about advocacy and education in the field of mental health, she founded The Color of Grey Cells and co-founded The Arts Therapists Co-Lab.

Lakshita (She/Her) is a psychodynamic psychotherapist, a dance movement therapy practitioner, and a member of the American Psychological Association. She is queer-friendly and incorporates psychoanalytical thought and body-based lens in her work.


She works with adults and adolescents from non-conforming sexualities, urban settings as well as the South Asian diaspora in UAE, USA, Canada, Singapore, and Europe.

In her work as a psychotherapist, she is interested in questions of childhood trauma, gendered identities in the community and larger cultural contexts, and everyday anxieties of urban and foreign settings. She is also trained to work with adults with history of anxiety, mood disorders, borderline disorder, depression, as well as dissociative disorders.

Shruti (She/They) are an HCPC UK Regd. Drama therapist trained from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, London University. They are also a Certified Queer Affirmative Therapist, Comic and a Theatre Artist.


As the Executive Member of Drama Therapy India and the Founder of Raasta India: Innovating Mental Health Care, Shruti aims to create opportunities for the application of creative arts therapies across different spaces pan-India.

She is trained to work with children, adolescents, adults and young adults on a variety of concerns and human experiences of grief, loss, anxiety, depression, neurodiversity, difficulty in work and career, existential crisis and difficulty in relationships. She also works with individuals who identify as queer or are looking to explore their gender and sexual orientation. Our clinic is a queer friendly space and Shruti's practice is Queer Affirmative.

An ardent believer in creative therapeutic spaces, Nishi is a queer affirmative, licensed Psychotherapist with her expertise in Dance & Movement Psychotherapy. She pursued her BA Hons. Psychology from the University of Delhi and further studied her MA in Dance Movement Psychotherapy  from Goldsmiths, University of London.


Nishi works closely with adults who experience/have experienced trauma and abuse, individuals dealing with clinical depression, anxiety disorders, mood disorders and other mental health related issues. Alongside her work here at CoGC, Nishi is the founder of her organisation 'The Safe Sanctuary' that offers mental health services.


Nishi believes in making our society inclusive and focuses on the importance of mental health for all using creative arts , the body and movement.

Sukriti is a psychologist and a dance/movement therapy facilitator. She has done her bachelors and masters in Clinical Psychology and has a certification in Creative Movement Therapy from CMTAI. In the past few years she has worked with children of all ages and various needs, NGOs, private organizations and more, through counselling and Movement Therapy.


Her counselling work is also extended to adults and young adults through consultancy with The Color of Grey Cells and her own private practice. She actively conducts workshops with  universities, schools and corporates and has been teaching on movement therapy based courses too. Her interests lie in applying her therapeutic knowledge with different populations, spreading awareness about mental health and pursuing her passion for dance alongside.

Rashi  is a qualified and a practicing Psychologist and a registered Dance Movement Psychotherapist (R-DMP-UK) with seven years of experience in the mental health field backed by placements and employments in India and the UK. She is also a guest teaching faculty member for certificate programs by CMTAI.
She has considerable experience (NHS, UK & Fortis Hospital, India, etc.) working with adults with anxiety and mood-related difficulties and those with severe mental illnesses. Currently, she works with adults and young people who have experienced trauma or abuse, relationship difficulties, persons living with depression, obsessive compulsive disorder and other mental health related issues. 
In her endeavour to further creative arts therapies in India, she contributes to the Indian association of dance movement therapy (IADMT) as a licensure and policy committee member. She is actively working towards evolving an integrated approach of using psychological therapies with the non-directive approach of embodied practices.

Nishtha is a Psychologist, an Expressive Arts Therapist and a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with the Board of Allied Mental Health and Human Services Professions, Massachusetts, USA. 

She is currently practicing in India and works closely with individuals, couples, families and groups incorporating a trauma-informed, eclectic, body-based approach in expressive arts therapy. Her past work includes a wide range of populations across India and the US such as outpatient mental health clinics, adults and adolescents with eating disorders, family therapy and psychoeducation for adults with first episode psychosis, homeless adults with acute mental illness, adolescents and young adults in high schools and university settings and children with visual impairment.

She is also a a faculty member for the PG Diploma DMT at St. Mira’s College (Pune) and certification course in DMT (CMTAI). Her personal training includes a Masters in Expressive Arts Therapy from Lesley University (Cambridge, USA), a Masters in Applied Psychology from Delhi University (Delhi, India), and a certification in Dance Movement Therapy (DMT).

Megha Jain (She/Her), a Clinical Psychologist, is registered with the Rehabilitation Council of India (RCI), holding a CRR number A89424. She specializes in a broad spectrum of therapeutic models including psychoanalysis, clinical hypnotherapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, cognitive behavior therapy, art therapy, and techniques of mindfulness, among others. Her work also incorporates EFT, anger management, assertiveness-communication training, and relaxation exercises.


Megha views psychotherapy as a collaborative process, valuing empathy and non-judgmental understanding, and considers both the therapist and client as equals in the therapeutic relationship. She has accumulated over 3000 hours of intense psychotherapy, addressing issues such as relationship problems, commitment issues, parent-child interactions, existential crises, sleep issues, work motivation, family crises, sexual discontentment, abuse, and trauma.

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Supriya Puri

Associate Psychotherapist

Dance Movement Therapy Facilitator 


Anshuma Kshetrapal

Founder | Director 


Drama and Movement Therapist 


Lakshita Malhotra

Head of Internships

Associate Psychotherapist

Dance Movement Therapy Practitioner


Shruti Garg


Drama and Movement Therapist


Nishi Joshi


Dance Movement Psychotherapist 



Sukriti Dua

Associate Psychologist

Dance Movement Therapy Facilitator



Rashi Trehan

Associate Psychologist

Dance Movement Psychotherapist 


Nishtha Agarwal

Associate Psychologist

Expressive Arts Therapist

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Megha Jain


Clinical Psychologist

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