Who is Priya D'Singh?

If there’s one thing I’ve learned in life, it’s that human connection is essential for healing from trauma and staying on top of whatever life can throw at you. You might find yourself in a situation where you feel alone and like there’s no one reaching out their hand, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. I’m here, and I’m ready to walk hand in hand with you throughout your healing journey.

Who I Am: Survivor and Talk Therapist In South Florida

Growing up in a misogynistic culture meant that my childhood and teenage years were severely affected by abuse, neglect, and shame. It was a difficult period. As phases of life changed and I grew through my teenage years into adulthood, I realized that the experience I had left me with PTSD symptoms.

No road to recovery is easy, and it’s not usually quick. Sometimes, years of perseverance, hard work, and support need to come together. However, most importantly, you should know that you don’t have to heal alone. In fact, speaking to a therapist can make the journey much easier. My experiences fueled me with a desire and a passion for offering my hand and helping others to heal from trauma. I know what it’s like to persevere and feel the ups and downs of recovery. I also know how confusing and taxing the process can be.

My Credentials


The drive to make sure no one has to struggle alone led me to earn a master’s in social work. Consequently, I began working as a therapist at several mental health facilities and eventually, I was running the professional practice I have today. Having worked in addiction centers and with people at all stages of life, I aim to make my practice a safe space where you can feel open and hopeful.  Even more importantly though, I want you to feel encouraged and valued by a therapist who truly cares.

What I Do: Counseling For Break Ups, Anxiety & Depression, Trauma & PTSD, Grief & Loss Among Seniors

Depression, anxiety, trauma, and the changes that come with getting older can take on many forms. All of these things can lead to feelings of loneliness and helplessness. Furthermore, struggling with these emotions can make it hard to see the forest for the trees. This is where a therapist can help. By empowering you and helping you sort out and acknowledge these emotions, a therapist can help you get to the root of how you’re feeling and why.

I know how hard it can be to see the light at the end of the tunnel when you’re at your lowest, but I promise you it’s there. These issues are seldom present in isolation, and it might take a helping hand for you discover what you need to work through. Depression and anxiety can appear in short term bouts, or they can be present for a much longer period in our lives. I’m here to guide you through the emotions you’re feeling, and help you practice mindfulness and self-love.

How I Help: Self Love & Guidance

Self-love is so, so important to me. Looking after yourself is a wonderful reward on its own. However, if you feel like you’re struggling to hold yourself afloat, I’ll be your cheerleader while you find your feet. Reaching out to others for help in your healing process is an essential act of self-care, as it allows you to work through your feelings in a safe and empowering environment.

Changes in life phases can also signal a need for guidance. I understand how stressful it can be moving between difficult situations and feeling yourself and your circumstances change as you go. You might be afraid of newfound independence as a young adult or coming to terms with losing independence as you get older, or maybe your whole life is changing as a result of divorce.

No matter what you’re going through, or however you’re feeling, you never have to be alone.

therapist in South Florida

Self Love Therapist in South Florida 

It’s important to work through therapy in a space that is comfortable and supportive. At P.S. Love Yourself, Priya D’Singh is a self love therapist in South Florida who guides individuals towards healing and fulfillment. If you or someone you care about is interested in getting help, contact P.S. Love Yourself at 954-806-5569 and begin your journey of self-discovery today.