Samiha Rahman, R.P(Q), MA.

Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)

Education: Bachelor of Arts (Hons.), Psychology, York University. Rehabilitation Services Certificate, Seneca College. Master of Arts, Spiritual Care and Psychotherapy, Wilfred Laurier University. Member of the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario.

Experience: Samiha is entering the field of clinical therapy with a broad therapeutic background, including hospital-based spiritual care setting, eating disorders and related concerns, violence against women setting, and community supports and resource navigation for families and individuals with disability.

Areas of Specialty: Spiritually integrated therapy approach. 

Personal Philosophy: As a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying), it is my priority to create a space where one feels validated and heard. Using a collaborative approach integrated with strength-based, spiritual care and narrative practices, it is important to me that safety and trust are at the base of my therapeutic work, from beginning to end. It is my hope that clients discover their inner strength and foster a sense of connection with oneself and others, so as to live their version of a meaningful life.