Ravina specialises in existential psychotherapy, EMDR and mindfulness-based interventions for those suffering from grief, loss, anxiety and trauma.
At The Zubin Foundation, Ravina is responsible for Call Mira, Hong Kong’s first helpline aimed at supporting marginalised ethnic minority women and girls in Hindi, Urdu and English. In addition, she designs and leads autism and ADHD workshops for parents of non-Chinese speaking children with special educational needs.
Prior to joining the team, Ravina was exposed to a wide range of clinical settings and populations as an intern. Her experience includes working at The Justice Centre and Christian Action, offering counseling to refugees and asylum seekers. She spent at year at Jadis Blurton Family Development Centre, learning about psycho-educational assessments. Ravina also interned at the Nesbitt Centre, Hong Kong’s only English language programme for adults with learning disabilities.
Ravina holds doctorate in clinical psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology, and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Widener University. She is fluent in English and Hindi.