Sangheetha Parthasarathy is a Harvard -Med School and MIT entrepreneurship graduate who runs sangparth.com (formerly worldoula.com) a mental wellness platform. She has been recognized as one of the “Top 100 Global Healthcare Leaders” at the + International Forum for Advancements in Healthcare (IFAH) in 2019. She is also a UPenn social strategy fellow and co-founded a not-for-profit “Chennai Birth Network” focussed on pregnancy and birth choices.
After a very successful tech and strategy consulting career at Oracle, Accenture, and Adobe, Sangheetha found her life’s calling through the births of her own daughters, one of which was a home birth. A passionate feminist, she trained under the world-renowned Dr. Michel Odent to become a birth doula, a childbirth educator. It is through this work that she discovered a deep need for us to view birth through the lens of trauma. She then studied to become a Somatic Experiencing practitioner and has various advanced training in body-mind centering, pre-and perinatal imprints, attachment, embodied eating, sexual trauma recovery and is internationally renowned for her work on Patriarchy and how systemic trauma is stored in our bodies intergenerationally.
All of Sangheetha’s work sits at the intersection of systemic inequalities, feminism, birth, and attachment and facilitates the healing and growth in the realms of relationships, sex, pregnancy and postpartum, careers, and weight loss.
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News 7 Tamil
A Live Conversation
How to expose a woman when she is sexually assaulted?
The Hindu - Tamil
An Article featured in The Hindu - Tamil
Ongoing sexual assault incidents; Change in child rearing needs: Psychologist Sangeetha insists
Chinmayi Sripada - Youtube channel
A youtube talk with Chinmayi
Trauma Healing with Sangeetha Parthasarathy
Childbirth Educator, Birth Doula & Somatic Psychotherapist Sangheetha has a chat with meabout her career change from the corporate worldto the birthing world.
Times of India
An Article featured in Times of India
Free market economy to patriarchal trauma: Women speak up against going under the knife to ‘restore’ virginity
An article featured in NIH
Beyond Lamaze: Are We Missing the Key to Unlock Women's Potential?