Dr. Annie Baxi is currently an Assistant Professor at the Department of Psychology, Jesus and Mary College, University of Delhi. Her doctoral work is titled – “Exploring Discourses around Normalcy and Madness in Women’s Lives: A Study of Contemporary Indian Society”. In this research, she has studied a range of women groups and highlights the ways in which macro social processes shape and are shaped by individual subjectivities in the quest for normalcy and how madness can also be a manner of recovery and authentic living. She is also a practicing psychotherapist and uses a blend of psychodynamic and phenomenological approaches. Her work is published in journals, books (Sage and Speaking Tiger publishers) and magazines (Outlook). She has presented her work in several national and international conferences. She has been invited as a resource person for qualitative research methods workshops by prestigious institutes like the Society for Qualitative Inquiry, Gujarat Forensics Sciences University and Sangath. Her current research includes analysing states of mental and physical illness from a systemic perspective where she is trying to articulate the need for reflexive processes and strategies on the part of the clinician. Lastly, she is part of a collective called Mad in South Asia, that documents and publishes articles based on the intersection of psychiatry, health and community in South Asian Countries.