Hi! My name is Sahiba (pronounced psy-ba) and I am a clinical practicum student completing a Masters in Counselling Psychology at Adler University. In 2016 I graduated with a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of British Columbia. Since then I have worked and volunteered in various positions supporting individuals through mental health challenges, life transitions, and towards personal growth and fulfillment.
I have a deep respect for people’s inherent wisdom and trust that answers emerge from within when approached with compassion, curiosity, and non-judgmental awareness. I believe that change and transformation become possible when psychological experience has a safe space to emerge and is witnessed with interest and care. It is my hope to meet you wherever you are at and create a safe space to honour your innate ability to heal even during significant challenges. My areas of focus are: burnout, anxiety, depression, trauma, life transitions, and spirituality. I am particularly drawn to mindfulness centered and somatic focused therapies, as I continue to see their life-changing effects in my own life.
I invite all expressions of self and look forward to our time together grounded in the present, filled with gentleness, exploration and play. I offer free initial consultations and am happy to meet with you and answer any questions you may have.