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Bhairavi was born in Chennai to Bharathi and Ravi Prakash. She completed her schooling at Sishya, Chennai, and pursued her bachelor's degree in Psychology at the Women's Christian College, Chennai. She went on to complete her master's in work and organisational psychology at the University of Nottingham Business School. She was a Social Innovation Management Fellow at the Amani Institute from 2018 to 2019.
In the past, Bhairavi worked as a consultant with Totus Consulting, Chennai, where the work she did focusing on coaching and leadership development projects won awards. Bhairavi set up India's first for-profit school-mental health program.
Bhairavi founded The Mithra Trust in September 2018. The trust operates as a non-profit that works with various communities on positive mental health through making information available through workshops, tools, and allied services. Through The Mithra Trust, Bhairavi created “The Meh Kit” which serves as a self-help kit to help people coping with depression.
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