Anupa Mehta is an author, an arts consultant, a certified narrative therapist and a storyteller. She trained in storytelling with an emphasis on cross-cultural psychology with Jungian writer and storyteller, Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estes, and from Kathalaya, India. She is certified in counselling protocol from Spring Counselling and in Narrative Therapy from Ummeed. She studied literature, journalism and arts management, and is currently enrolled in a Masters program in Narrative Therapy from the Dulwich Centre, Adelaide, affiliated to the University of Melbourne, Australia.
Her personal storytelling workshops draw from several healing traditions, including Sufi and Native American healing modalities, besides Narrative Practices and counseling protocol.
An English literature graduate, Anupa has been a journalist, an editor and a columnist. Her day job is that of an arts manager and arts consultant. Her first novel, The Waiting Room was published in June 2007 by Penguin India, while Unseasonal Rain, a book of short stories, published by Estrade LLP, was released in 2014, and the second edition was released in 2018.