Leena Khanzode, MD
Leena is a Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychiatrist with a private practice in Los Altos.
She is an Adjunct Lecturer in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral sciences, Child and Adolescent division at the Stanford School of Medicine. She has been teaching a course for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry fellows at Stanford for the past 5 years.
She is certified in teaching mindfulness to children and adolescents and has conducted group sessions for different age groups.
Leena's goal is to support the whole child through Taarika.
Smita Thakkar, MD
Smita is a board-certified psychiatrist with over a decade of experience.
She completed her Child and Adolescent Psychiatric fellowship at the University of Southern California. She received her general psychiatry training at the University of Los Angeles where she served as Chief Resident and was recognized with the Outstanding Resident Award two years in a row.
She was an Attending Psychiatrist in India and is fluent in major Indian sub-continent languages.
Vidya Krishnan, MD
Vidya is a board-certified Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatrist.
She has trained at UCSF and Stanford University. She is currently employed by Comprehensive Psychiatric Services.
Vidya strongly believes in the values of prevention and early intervention as the founding principles of good child/ adolescent mental health. She is a part of the Taarika team to turn this belief into reality in hopes that, in the near future, we will be so successful that we will vastly reduce the need for child psychiatrists like her.
Anuradha is a high-tech professional in Silicon Valley, California. She has a Masters Degree in Electronics and Computer Engineering. She has managed various products and served various positions in the telecom, mobile, and networking industry.
Anuradha is also a proud mother of two daughters and enjoys watching their development through various phases of life. She wholeheartedly supports the concept of the "Whole Child" and joins hands with Taarika in bringing a better tomorrow in today's child.
In her free time, she enjoys community service and carries passion for photography and art. She loves traveling and discovering life via various angles.
Vibhay Raykar is a child and adolescent psychiatrist and clinical director of the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) program at Goulburn Valley (GV) Health, a large regional hospital, located in Shepparton, Australia. He is also an honorary fellow at the Rural Health Academic Centre, University of Melbourne.
He was awarded the ZERO TO THREE fellowship for his work in the field of Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health.
He is passionate about working with the 0-18 year age group and strongly believes in early intervention as the key to develop a healthy future for the coming generations - the infants, children and teens today are the parents of tomorrow.