Nazanin Jourabloo, MA
Registered Psychological Associate
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Language Spoken: English and Farsi
Approach: I believe you are your own best healer, and I am here to compassionately walk you through a journey of self-empowerment. It is okay to be uncertain of where to begin and how to navigate your difficulties. Not only are we human-beings, but we are also human-becoming.
How: Together we will create a respectful, non-judgmental, and trusting relationship. This space will allow you to be your authentic self. Our conditioned patterns learned in childhood tend to disconnect us from our authentic self. Becoming aware and conscious of these practiced beliefs modeled by our parent figures and society at large is a stepping stone to finding your inner guidance system. We all grapple with often unknown emotions and intense impulses. Yet, we further suffer from the relationship we form with these emotions and impulses. Your frustrations with your sadness or anger could permeate your self-concept which then lead to feeling of worthlessness. Person centered therapy (PCT), attachment theory, Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) are empirically proven approaches that will help you explore and deepen your relationship with your inner self and bring consciousness to your unconscious self.
Education & Research: Nazanin studied French translation at Allameh University in Iran. She moved to Canada to study at McGill University and earned a master’s degree in Educational Psychology and did her thesis on stressors perceived as important by department chairs. She went to New York University and earned her second master’s degree in International Education where she did research on women empowerment in India and Cuba. Currently, she is a PsyD candidate in clinical psychology completing doctoral research on how trauma or attachment injuries impact adult/romantic relationships.
Background: Nazanin Jourabloo, is a registered psychological associate who is supervised by Dr. Jodie NewDelman. Her training is in doctoral-level clinical psychology. She offers individual, family, and couples’ psychotherapy.