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Sangeeta Sirohi

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Sangeeta Sirohi

MACP, RCC (She/Her)
Associate Therapist

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Sangeeta holds a Master of Science in Forensic Psychology from Nova Southeastern University Florida, a Bachelor of Arts Honours in Psychology from Simon Fraser University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Garwhal University in India. She has previously worked as a family counsellor for multiple community based organizations such as Vancouver Aboriginal Child and Family Services Society. Sangeeta’s extensive experience has allowed her to find her passion for helping those who experience difficulties with relationships, trauma, depression, self-esteem, anxiety and more.

"My passion is to help people who are experiencing challenges build a more meaningful and enjoyable life. I pride myself on employing a collaborative and compassionate approach while fostering a safe and inclusive space for sharing and exploring. My goal is to journey with my clients while they process the past, find acceptance, define new goals, and find new confidence, love and peace. I believe every person deserves to live a life of happiness.

Through my professional training and experience in the mental health field, I have been inspired to work with individuals, couples and families, from a variety of backgrounds, ethnicities, religions, and stages of life. Specifically, I am passionate about helping those facing the impact of trauma, suicidal ideation, depression, self-harm, self-esteem issues, relationship issues, and gender dysphoria.

My approach to therapy combines Dialectical Behaviour Therapy, Eco-systemic family therapy as well as Gottman Method when working with couples. I also utilize mindfulness, laughter yoga, and somatic techniques to calm the body as we process what is in the mind. Overall my approach is simple; to teach my clients to accept their thoughts, feelings and behaviours, and learn new techniques to change whatever is no longer serving them."

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