Pooja is a Master’s degree candidate at Harvard University. Prior to starting her education at Harvard, she received a Master’s in Psychology from The New School for Social Research and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from The University at Buffalo. Given her extensive education in psychology, she has an advanced understanding of the brain’s capabilities and human behavior. Pooja’s organizational skills have helped her reach many academic achievements, and she yearns to help others do the same.
Pooja is dedicated to helping children, teenagers, and adolescents thrive in school and home settings. She works with families to help navigate difficulties centered around their child’s education and development. Prior to joining Right Path Counseling, Pooja worked in a school and home setting with both elementary and middle school-aged students diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, cerebral palsy, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and general anxiety disorder. The combination of these settings has given Pooja the expertise to guide students in achieving their educational and daily-living goals. Pooja has helped many of her past students meet their educational and daily-living goals by implementing creative strategies to make those goals attainable.
Pooja believes that every person has the tools to succeed within them, given the proper resources. She strives to support students in excelling in school and outside of school by helping them reach their goals. Pooja aspires to be a resource for students while teaching them important skills for success.