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"One cannot discover new lands without consenting to leave the shore for a long time." - André Gide

Tahereh's approach is collaborative, narrative, and relationship-centered.

She learns about your problem stories and explores your stories of hopes and dreams.

Her listening and questioning skills allow for possibilities to co-create solutions.

About Tahereh

Tahereh is a mental health practitioner with a PhD in Psychology. She is a Registered Psychotherapist with the CRPO and is an Approved Clinical Supervisor with the AAMFT.

She provides Therapy Services, Mediation Services, and Supervision for Therapists in the Greater Toronto Area. Her work is inspired by Collaborative and Narrative Therapy Practices. She practices in English and Farsi.

Tahereh's approach to Therapy is compassionate and collaborative with flexibility that is personable and creative. She considers the uniqueness, strengths, and expertise of clients. She is a highly committed and dedicated professional co-creating solutions to everyday problems.


  • PhD in Psychology, University of Twente

  • Couple and Family Studies, University of Guelph

  • M.A in Counselling Psychology, University of Tehran

  • B.A in Social Science, University of Tehran


Tahereh provides therapy to individuals, couples, and families with different cultural, linguistic, racial, and socioeconomic backgrounds.  She works with teens and adults in various cycles of life. Her family therapy includes single-parent, blended, heterosexual and homosexual families. 

Therapy Issues:

  • Communication

  • Interpersonal Conflicts

  • Parenting

  • Separation/Divorce

  • Grief/Loss/Bereavement

  • Work/Life Integration

  • Anxiety/Fear/Depression

  • Anger Management

  • Relationships

  • Trauma


  • Since 2020, Tahereh has been offering online & offsite clinical supervision to PhD and Master's students at University of Ottawa, as well as to independent therapists to meet/obtain credentials from AAMFT, CAMFT and CRPO. 

  • From 2014- 2018, Tahereh provided onsite individual clinical supervision to students at the University of Toronto.  Students were coached, mentored, and completed 450-500 hours of practicum towards their graduate studies. 

  • In 2014-2017, She provided onsite group supervision to internationally trained mental health professionals to assimilate into the Canadian mental health community.

  • Since 2012, Tahereh has been offering clinical supervision to independent therapists to shape and reshape their professional identities. 



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