Arunie Saldhi is a transformative executive coach and an expert in workplace mental health and wellness. With a background steeped in finance and technology, Arunie seamlessly transitioned into her role as a Registered Provisional Psychologist in Calgary, AB. Today, she stands as a catalyst for organizational change, partnering with businesses to champion mental health in the workplace.
Arunie is more than a coach; she’s a passionate advocate for anti-oppression and anti-racism frameworks, weaving these principles into her private practice and organizational collaborations. Her approach is grounded in solution-focused and evidence-based techniques, making mental health material accessible and approachable.
With a career spanning finance, retail banking, and fintech, Arunie embodies the delicate balance between corporate growth and employee well-being. Her mission is clear: to introduce intentional and approachable mental health and wellness solutions that align with organizational goals, steering clear of mere band-aid fixes.
Arunie’s educational journey, marked by a Bachelor of Arts and a Masters of Arts in Counselling Psychology from the University of Waterloo, reflects her commitment to mental health in the workplace. Her focus, rooted in an anti-racism and anti-oppression framework, underscores the importance of cultural competence, allowing her to connect with Canada’s diverse populations.
Noteworthy in her experience: Leadership training on mental health and burnout, Facilitation of panels on
various mental health topics, both virtually and in-person, Collaboration with organizations to shape policies around mental health, including sick days and benefits packages, Guidance in healing sessions for different intersectionalities, including 2SLGBTQ+, BIPOC, and Women. In every facet of her work, Arunie Saldhi embodies a commitment to fostering mental well-being, educating organizations, and promoting lasting change.