with Madhur-Nain

Madhur-Nain in a grey chair with a bookshelf in the background

meet madhur-nain

Madhur-Nain Webster is a licensed marriage and family therapist who prides herself in adapting different modalities of healing to her clients’ needs.

A major component of her therapeutic process involves the integration of eastern and western perspectives by incorporating mindfulness-based stress reduction techniques, such as meditation, with psychotherapy interventions, such as Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing (EMDR), Internal Family System (IFS), and Relational Life Therapy (RLT). A certified amino acid therapist, she also supports the use of natural methods for mental health.

Due to a lifelong experience with, and knowledge of, yogic technology, Madhur-Nain’s therapeutic approach includes empowering clients with the ability of introspection so they can better connect with themselves and others. By developing the skill of self-observation, she believes an individual can understand and accept polarizing thoughts no matter their source. “It is not what happens to you,” she asserts; “it is how you make sense of it.” For over 20 years, she has helped people discover and build their self-trust with excellent results.

Aspiring to reach an international audience, Madhur-Nain has continuously held yoga and meditation workshops worldwide (virtually and in-person), appeared as a guest speaker on numerous podcasts, and released over 60 meditation singles. Her chants include a variety of religious prayers and psychological affirmations, making them an inclusive form of mental health healing. Her first book, The Stressless Brain (2018), is an accessible scientific argument for the positive influence meditation has on the psyche. She is working on her second book with an intended release in 2023.

Madhur-Nain currently runs a successful private practice in Napa, California, where she lives with her husband. In addition to her marriage of 27 years, her greatest accomplishment is being a mother to her two amazing adult sons. Her hobbies include traveling and expressing her creativity through clothing and jewelry design.

Types of therapy Services

Corporate Life Coaching

Quarterly life evaluation and goal planning with your employees

2nd career: now what? 

Think big. Think anything. Think creative. 

Living Relational 

Couples therapy and coaching (many of us didn’t have role models on what a healthy - relational relationship looks like so we need to learn)

Feeling stuck? 

Learn how our energy physically, mentally, intellectually and spiritually gets stuck. Learn how to change it, shift it and create more vitality. 

Family Systems 

Working with parents and adult children to heal past trauma and drama

Carrying old family patterns? 

Learn to be more aware and connect to the self. 

Communication coaching 

How we talk to ourselves, how we make things mean things (our inner lenses) and how we communicate with others

Got stress and anxiety? 

Using traditional therapy, Yogic technology such as meditation and mindfulness thinking.

Parenting your children - Parenting yourself

Learn parenting tools and skills for being a parent and ways this can help our past. 

Conflict outside of you and within you

Work with the issues that keep disrupting your life. Working on patterns of thinking and behaving.

Depression and sadness

Using traditional therapy, Yogic technology such as meditation and mindfulness thinking.

Spiritual growth – Awareness and Mindfulness

Learn what being spiritual means, where is comes from and habits to live by. There is no one path to awareness and inner faith. 

Meditation and Mental Health

Learn how meditation (breath and chanting) can support healing and transforming our mental health issues and behaviors. 


Active or passive.


Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS) and Relational Life Therapy (RLT)

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The Basic Needs of a Romantic Relationship

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The Art of Surrender

Many of us tend to think of “surrender” as a dirty word. I often see an incredulous expression on clients’ faces when I talk about the act of surrendering; it is like I am asking them to give up or give in. But, actually, surrendering is sometimes empowering. It asks us to let go, or at least to loosen our grip. By submitting to certain situations and circumstances, we place trust in the process of life. Whatever the outcome may be is merely a natural development. When we are no longer over-governing our lives, our minds can be clear of distracting thoughts.

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The Relationship Between Children and their Parents

Unless you actively work on building a comprehensive relationship with your parents, you may find that you don’t know much about them at all.