About Us

Parvarish was founded by Dr. Mukta Vasal in 2008. Parvarish is an organization for parents and for children with different needs which may range from High ability learners to Special needs children. Our team of multidisciplinary experts uses an amalgam of tested therapies and innovative methodologies from across the world, to bring the best in every child. The team of experts includes senior child psychologists, occupational therapist, speech therapist and special educator etc.

About the Founder

Dr. Mukta Vasal

  • Senior Consultant, Child and Adolescent Psychologist Dr. Vasal has over 20 years of experience in the field of child and adolescent mental health. She has been a visiting consultant at several hospitals in the Delhi NCR region and in 2008; she opened Parvarish, a resource center for developmentally disabled children and their parents. In 2011, Dr. Vasal relocated to the U.S. for further education in the field of child development.
  • Dr. Vasal is highly qualified, having earned honors in child development, a bachelor’s degree in education, a master’s degree in psychology and a doctorate degree in human development and family studies.
  • Additionally, she has received specialist training or certification in the following areas:
    • Gifted education, Purdue University, USA
    • The TEACCH method for autistic children, University of North Carolina, USA
    • Sensory Integration and Praxis Test (SIPT) administration & measurement, University of Southern California, USA
  • Dr. Vasal's perspective is influenced by the different fields in which she's been trained. Each area of training contributes to her proven ability to understand a wide variety of developmental issues and develop a unique therapeutic approach for each child she sees.
  • Dr. Vasal returned to India in 2014 and re-launched Parvarish with a team of specialized consultants. She is involved in research and has developed various scales for both typical and atypical children. She has developed over 250+ unique hands on Teaching - Learning tools for teachers, special educators and therapists. She regularly contributes in print and digital media.