Farah's Areas of Practice

Farah is skilled in working with both individuals and couples. Some of the most common presenting concerns that she assists individuals with in her practice include: depression, anxiety, self-esteem, transitions, grief, and relationship conflict

Personal Therapy

Motivation
Procrastination
Race and Ethnicity
Racial Identity
Relationship conflict
Self-Care
Self-esteem
Separation
Spirituality
Stress
Suicidal thoughts
Trauma
Work-related concerns

Abuse
Anxiety
Aspects of Faith
Body image
Confidence
Coping Skills
Decision-making
Depression
Divorce
Family of origin
Guilt/Shame
LGBTQ concerns
Life Transitions
Loneliness
 

Couples Therapy

Affair recovery
Intimacy development
Marital distress and conflict
Relationship enrichment

Farah adopts an eclectic approach to counselling, which is wholly dependent on individuals’ needs. She draws heavily from Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, and Emotion-Focused Therapy.

Farah also offers a free 20-minute consultation so that you can learn more about her experience and approach, and to determine if she is a good fit.


Free Consultation

You are encouraged to book a free 20-minute phone consultation with Farah to learn more about her experience and approach, and to determine if she would be a good fit.