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Farah Memon


Registered Psychotherapist 

Individual, Family, & Youth Therapist (15+)

Languages Spoken: English; Hindi; Urdu

Areas of Focus:

  • Trauma/PTSD

  • Grief

  • Relationship concerns

  • Marital concerns (individual)

  • Life transitions

  • Boundaries

  • Anxiety & Depression

  • Self esteem

  • Body image concerns

  • Post-partum blues

  • Work stress & burnout

  • Immigration challenges

  • Emotional regulation

  • Parenting concerns

  • Abuse

​Current Availability: Accepting new clients

My Approach

Farah is a highly experienced and culturally sensitive Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) with a master's degree in applied psychology, specializing in clinical. With 12 years of experience in mental health, both in India and Canada, Farah has developed a human-centred stance in her practice and is particularly adept at assisting individuals impacted by culture and conditioning.

Her first-hand experience as an immigrant from South Asia enables her to emphasize with the challenges and struggles faced by individuals navigating cultural differences and conditioning. This unique perspective allows Farah to create a safe and inclusive space where clients feel understood and validated, irrespective of their cultural backgrounds. Along with that, it also allows a safe space for clients to explore, identify, process, and navigate their emotions, fostering self-compassion along the way.

Her sessions are characterized by organic, intuitive, and respectful interactions where she may incorporate humour, art, and movement therapeutically. Farah's approach to therapy incorporates a trauma-informed lens, which means she acknowledges the impact of past traumas and understands how they can affect an individual's present experiences and behaviours. Through this lens, Farah works with her clients to gently address childhood concerns and past experiences, fostering a safe and supportive environment for exploration and healing.


Central to Farah's trauma-informed approach is the introduction of grounding and stabilization techniques. These techniques help clients regulate their emotions and sensations, providing a sense of safety and stability during the therapeutic process. Grounding techniques may include mindfulness exercises, sensory awareness practices, or breathing exercises, all aimed at helping clients stay present and connected to the here and now. By integrating grounding and stabilization techniques into her therapy session, Farah assists clients in managing distressing emotions and memories associated with past traumas. This approach allows clients to gradually process and integrate their experiences, leading to increased resilience and emotional well-being.

Beyond her professional role, Farah enjoys traveling, experiencing different cuisines, and spending time with loved ones. She prioritizes self-care and continues to enhance her skills through training and networking opportunities.

Overall, Farah's holistic approach combined with her culturally sensitive and extensive experience makes her a valuable resource for individuals facing anxiety, depression, PTSD, relationship challenges, and life transitions.

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