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Counselling Panel


 1.Sabrina Kutcher


Sabrina is a full time social worker and a consultant in holistic healthcare and trauma intervention, providing whole person care through consultation and training for charities and projects in India.  Sabrina also does counseling with women in abusive situations. She has a degree in social work as well training and experience in mental illness, rehabilitation, and working with women who have been trafficked and abused.   Sabrina’s passion is women’s rights and issues of equality pertaining to women and children.


2.Mr.  Vidush Bhandari


Mr. Vidush Bhandari is a dedicated, energetic and passionate  Youth Leader Minister who serves as a Councilor in Various Organizations throughout India.  He has also  been associated as a Pastor in  an International Church for a year in South Korea. He holds a Master of Divinity (M.Div.) from SABC and Master of Theology (M.Th.) from SAIACS, Bangalore. He is currently pursuing his PhD in Theology from SHIATS, Allahabad. Vidush lives with his wife Saroja and their two children (Vatsal & Vibhaan) in Uttarakhand.


3.Mrs. E. Tamang


Mrs. Elizabeth Tamang was born in Nepal and was married to Mr. Niconar Tamang in 1974.Mrs Elizabeth Tamang has been associated with International Needs(IN) since 1988 which is catering the physical & holistic needs of children. She is an active  Teacher  for the  Young growing children .She has  been trained in  Counseling and under QIS course through VIVA which is an International Children organization for Children at risk.



4.Mrs Sudipta Gideon


Born in Calcutta, West Bengal ,she grew up with her sisters and soon after moved to New Delhi where she finished her schooling from Bengali High School and pursued a vocational training in Secretarial practice and office management from the YMCA institute of Professional studies.
Continuing her studies from the Delhi University she earned her Bachelor’s degree.
At this juncture she was offered a job as a teacher at Faith Academy and later moved on to  Radio Ministry with FEBA (Far East Broadcasting Association). At FEBA she functioned as the Editor for their official Hindi magazine which she initiated called Darpan, and alongside was the producer of Bangla programmes that changed served people both sides of the border. She is a communication expert which is a great help in Counseling.

5. Mr. Shailender David


Mr.  Shailender David is the Director for Serve And Share Association(SASA), which has been working in the field of Education, Children & Women development, Relief and Rehabilitation since 1997 in Uttarakhand. He has been associated with number of National and International organizations and has an understanding  and experience of nearly 15 years  working with different development  organizations towards sustainable development.

Mr. Shailender David is based in Dehradun along with his wife and three children.


6.Mrs. Louisa Joseph


Mrs. Louisa Joseph  was born in Mussoorie. She did  most of her studies  and Teacher’s training from St. Bede’s College- Shimla. She  taught in a prestigious school in Dubai for 3 years and at present is working as a teacher in Welham Boys School – Dehradun.

Actively involved in  Children related activities, she has national and international understanding of the youths and their difficulties.

She lives with her husband and 2 children in Dehradun.




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