Sunita Pattani
Sunita Pattani is a Psychotherapist and Author based in East London, who specialises in exploring the link between mind, body, spirit and emotional healing. Since childhood she has been fascinated with science, spirituality, consciousness and the deeper question of who we really are. She explores this question from a multi-disciplinary perspective, and implements the findings within her therapy practice.

Pattani is a graduate of the University of Birmingham, where she obtained a degree in Mathematics, Science and Education in 2003, followed by a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) in 2004. Pattani taught for five years before she returned to college to study an advanced diploma in Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapeutic Counselling.
Alongside running her Psychotherapy Practice, she shares her message through a combination of speaking, running workshops and writing.

A regular blogger for Huffington Post, Pattani’s first book, My Secret Affair with Chocolate Cake – The Emotional Eater’s Guide to Breaking Free was published in 2012. Her second book The Transcendent Mind – The Missing Peace in Emotional Wellbeing is set to be published in March 2015.

Entries by Sunita Pattani

Six Essential Factors That School Never Taught You About Yourself!

(1) Comments | Posted 30 June 2015 | (09:46)

1) You want to improve and be happy.

According to the Dalai Lama, all people have one thing in common: they want to be happy. And it is true, all people do want to be happy - it's just that some of us partake in behaviours, that although may bring...

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Three Ways to Change Your Belief System

(0) Comments | Posted 7 April 2015 | (21:16)

Our beliefs directly determine the way in which we experience life. What many of us don't realise is that we are engaged in an internal dialogue most of the time. We are constantly interpreting situations and telling ourselves stories based about what we perceive. If we wish to experience a...

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Terror, Us and the Absence of Love

(0) Comments | Posted 19 December 2014 | (13:24)

Yesterday I came across an account by Psychiatrist Dr. Emanuel Tanay, who in my opinion, correctly pointed out that there are very few people who are true fanatics. The vast majority of people of all faiths are peaceful, but it is the fanatics, he stated, that quite often rule. A...

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Our Relationship with Food - Biological or Psychological?

(0) Comments | Posted 9 December 2014 | (13:56)

I have had a tumultuous relationship with food over the years. In fact, during one dark phase of my life I struggled terribly with binge eating disorder - not something that many people understood. No matter how much discipline I tried to exert upon myself, I just could not stop....

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Does Psychotherapy Need a Facelift?

(9) Comments | Posted 11 November 2014 | (21:51)

I believe it does. I am a Psychotherapist. My aim is to help individuals attain a greater sense of inner peace and I get to glimpse (very personally), into the lives of others on a daily basis. I observe their pain and obstacles, and in many cases during the process...

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How to Avoid Bingeing During the Festive Season

(0) Comments | Posted 27 November 2012 | (23:00)

Holidays and festive gatherings have always been an important time in my life. I enjoy this time of the year as not only for Christmas, but also the Hindu New Year. The crisp, dark evenings are a constant reminder of the fun and festivities to come. Yet not so long...

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