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Sara Khalaf RP, MA., MSc.

Registered Psychotherapist

Independent Associate

FEE : $150/hr
Khalaf
  • Individual Therapy, Couples Therapy, Family Therapy (Ages 17+)
  • Anxiety, Trauma & PTSD, Relationships, Emotional Regulation, Self-Compassion, Mindfulness

I believe in the inner strengths that individuals have and that in times of hardship, these strengths are molded to make us stronger individuals.

I am amazed by the beauty and complexity that lies underneath the brain, and how subconscious behaviours drive our actions and thought process in order to help us feel better. I believe in the inner strengths that individuals have and that in times of hardship, these strengths are molded to make us stronger individuals. I aspire to provide you an empathic non-judgemental safe space for you to be your authentic self and collaboratively explore growth.

I provide therapy to individuals, couples and families. My therapeutic approach is an integrative therapeutic modality where the treatment plan is tailored to each client in order to best serve the client’s need and interest. Main therapeutic modalities include Transactional Analysis Model, Object Relations, Narrative Therapy, EFT, PACT, Mindful therapy. I aspire to provide warm and compassionate support to my clients and considers myself to be a trauma-informed psychotherapist where I integrate this within the scope of my practice. I also take into consideration and respect all cultures, races, religions, spiritual beliefs, sexual identity, and health concerns in order to provide space for you to be your authentic self and to facilitate growth.

I hold a Master’s degree in Science concentrated in Neuroscience where I focused on expanding our knowledge on how chronic unpredictable stress impacts the brain and the gut microbiome. I also hold a Master’s degree in Counselling, Psychotherapy and Spirituality where I researched the factors associated with siblings with Autism Spectrum Disorder, as well as the different proactive approaches that one can partake in. Additionally, I continuously seek supervision and consultation, as well as professional development training in order to provide the best serves to clients.

356 Woodroffe Ave., Entrance G/H, Suite 201, Ottawa, ON, K2A 3V6
(613) 699-0060

 

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