I am a BACP registered counselor and psychotherapist with a masters degree in clinical psychology.
My practice stems out of a deep desire and genuine interest to help people feel happier, fulfilled, self-confident, empowered and more and more successful.
I have 12 years of experience in working with adults, adolescents, couples and families (family issues) from a range of backgrounds and cultures.
With over 16 years of study and research, I will provide you with a personalized approach that helps you discover your deeper needs and reach your personal goals. I have extensive experience in working with people to help them gain success and realize their full talent and potential.
As a BACP registered member, I work under very high ethical standards, follow CPD programs, and my work is supervised by the vice president of the World Council for Psychotherapy (WCP).
I am able to provide psychotherapy sessions in English, French and Arabic.
Training and education:
IPT- Interpersonal Therapy
Columbia University-Teachers College – (Jan 2016-Jan 2017)
IPT therapist trained by master trainers from Columbia University under a joint training project with IMC (International Medical Corps) and the Lebanese MOPH (Ministry of Public Health).
Integrative Psychotherapy (Analytico-systemic model)
TABYEEN center – Lebanon (2007-2011)
Integrative psychotherapist with 1100 hours of professional training courses and supervision with the Vice president of the World Council for Psychotherapy: Professor. Abbas Makke
Family and systemic psychotherapy
IEFSH (Institut d’Etudes de la Famille et des Systèmes Humains) – Brussels and TABYEEN Lebanon (2007-2011)
Systemic, family and couple psychotherapist with 958 hours of professional training courses and supervision in the Systemic and family psychotherapy under the direction of Professor. Mony Elkaim (Founder and former president of the European Family Therapy Association (EFTA) and Professor. Abbas Makke, Vice President of the World Council for Psychotherapy.
Masters of Art in Clinical and adjustment Psychology
Lebanese University, Faculty of Literature and Human Sciences (2015-2017)
Bachelor degree in Clinical Psychology
Lebanese University, Faculty of Literature and Human Sciences (2002-2006)
Are posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and complex-PTSD distinguishable within a treatment-seeking sample of Syrian refugees living in Lebanon? P. Hyland, R. Ceannt, F. Daccache, R. Abou Daher, J. Sleiman, B. Gilmore, S. Byrne, M. Shevlin, J. Murphy, F. Vallières – Journal: Global Mental Health / Volume 5 / 2018
The Psychological effects of the Lebanese traditional house, R. Abou Daher., G. Harrouk., C. Ghorayeb., R. Challita. Lebanese University, FLSH, 2017
Lectures, Conferences and Forums:
– The Psychology of Architecture: a Prelude to the Resurrection of the Lebanese Architecture Lebanese University – Faculty of Fine Arts – 2018
– Scaling Up IPT (Interpersonal Therapy) in Lebanon,representing Columbia University, IMC and MOPH – SPPC Annual Colloquium – Beirut – 2016
– The Clinical Practice of the Analytico-systemic Psychotherapy in different fields,International Regional Conference- World Council for Psychotherapy-TABYEEN – Beirut – 2015
– The Cost of Violence on Families in the Middle East and North Africa,WPP Global consultation meeting – Cape Town 2013
– Harm Reduction Psychotherapy with adult drug users Beirut – SPPC Annual Colloquium – 2011
I work from Monday to Friday 9am to 9pm
£50 for Individuals
£60 for Couples and Families