farah therapy centre
Farah Therapy Centre provides psychotherapy and counselling services at Harley Street. The word 'Farah' means joy in Arabic. Farah Therapy Centre is built on the philosophy that once one finds inner peace and joy during one's inner conflicts and everyday struggles, one can then feel stronger, confident and complete. As human beings, we are naturally creative and capable of personal development and growth. We can, despite our fear and pity, better cope with life and live more contently.
I moved to London from the Middle East five years ago to pursue a career in psychotherapy and counselling. I now practice privately from my counselling room at Harley Street. I have worked with Brent Bereavement Services for two years and now I work at Hestia at The Grove Resource Centre.
I have experience working across a broad range of issues including; anxiety; panic attacks; paranoia; depression; suicidal ideation and self-harm; eating disorders; addictions; bereavement and loss; dissociation and relationship difficulties. I work with these issues in both their milder and more severe manifestations.
I gained my Post Graduate Diploma at Regent’s University’s School of Psychotherapy & Counselling Psychology in London. I am now currently writing my MA dissertation while continuing further studies in Existential Psychotherapy.
My training is integrative but my approach to therapy is existential-phenomenological. I also draw on psychodynamic and person-centred models of therapy whenever I feel they may benefit my client.
I am bilingual and practice in English as well as Arabic.
One must still have chaos in oneself to be able to give birth to a dancing star
— Friedrich Nietzsche
1 Harley Street, London, W1N 1DA
+44(0)7570 725 848