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Deepanshi Gulati started Rain On Me in 2018 after living with several Anxiety disorders for almost a decade. She wanted to provide a safe space for people in a position similar to herself, who needed to vent about daily struggles and stresses affecting their mental health. 

Her day to day work includes fundraising and management. She also designs and creates content for the company’s social media accounts, moderates emails and enquiries, and most importantly, curates and facilitates the support group. 

Since starting Rain On Me, Deepanshi has become a certified Youth and Adult Mental Health First Aider and has completed the MBSR (Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Course). She is an Ambassador for the organisation, International Youth Society as well as the charity, MQ Mental Health Research. She has completed a Postgraduate Certificate in the Therapeutic Arts to hone her skills, so she can become a better facilitator, and overall, a more empathetic person for the attendants of the support group. She is currently studying a Clinical Diploma/MSc in Person-Centred Psychotherapy.


In her free time, Deepanshi enjoys learning new things like conversational Japanese, playing the Kalimba, pottery, embroidery and cooking. She loves watching cheesy Disney movies but mostly switches to serial killer documentaries.

Deepanshi K Gulati, Founder CEO

Our support meetings and workshops are not facilitated by therapists or doctors. However, to ensure we are offering the best support possible to our service users, Rain On Me has a diverse group of professionals that offer invaluable guidance to our team.

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MBBS, Healthcare Management

GP in the NHS and Clinical Advisor at Bia Care

Dr Charlotte Kenny, CHRO

Advisory Board


Founder of Nerds Rule Inc, USA

2016 White House Award "Global Change Maker" Award

Member of the United Nations

Dr Tristaca McCray


Director of Culinary Medicine UK and Health Coach

Dr Moushumi Baruah

Rose Berry

Founder of My Friend Fear

Life Coach specialising in Social Anxiety

Harshdeep Singh Gulati

Psychologist in training, LSE