Shahrzad is a Registered Clinical Counsellor and has a Master's of Arts in Marriage & Family Therapy from Trinity Western University. She holds a Bachelor degree in Psychology with an emphasis on neuroscience from University of British Columbia. She has over 6 years experience of helping individuals with developmental disabilities and their families.
Shahrzad offers services from our office in Surrey.
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Jonathan is the senior therapist at Sojourn with more than 15 years' experience and having provided over 12,000 hours of therapy. He draws from a variety of models including Person-Cenetered Rogerian Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Emotionally Focussed Therapy (EFT), and neurofeedback.
Megumi Serizawa is a Registered Nurse and NeurOptimal Neurofeedback practitioner committed to promoting holistic health and wellbeing. Megumi’s dual educational background in sociology and nursing gives her a unique and comprehensive approach to healthcare and wellness.
Amandeep is enrolled in a Master of Counselling degree at City University in Vancouver and has experience working with high risk youth and their families as a Safe Schools support staff. She is currently seeing clients at Sojourn at a reduced rate.
Micah, currently pursuing a Master of Counselling degree at City University in Vancouver, brings a unique perspective as a first-generation immigrant and identifies as a Filipino-Canadian cis-female. She is dedicated to fostering a safe and inclusive environment, particularly for people of color (POC), within her counseling approach. Micah's therapeutic work primarily utilizes Person-Centered and Emotion-Focused lenses, incorporating various approaches such as Family Systems Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Grief and Loss, and Attachment Theory. Her goal is to assist clients in addressing distressing thoughts, emotions, or behaviors, promoting acceptance and authentic living while providing tangible tools for personal growth. Micah also integrates mindfulness and somatic practices to enhance awareness of the present moment, ultimately supporting clients on their journey towards a more fulfilling and authentic life.
Aelaf, a graduate student in Marriage and Family Therapy at Trinity Western University with a Master's in Public Health, has 15 years of experience in supporting vulnerable children and families, focusing on trauma-responsive and strength-based approaches. As an immigrant woman, she understands the challenges faced by marginalized communities and is dedicated to improving access to counseling services for these groups. Her therapeutic techniques, which include emotionally focused therapy, Bowen intergenerational therapy, and Narrative therapy, are tailored to address a variety of issues, such as anxiety, depression, and relationship challenges.
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