About Karah Khani
Karah Khani, M.Sc. obtained her Master of Science in Psychology at the University of the West Indies in 2016. She has worked and trained in a variety of settings including community based mental health centers, public hospitals and university-based clinics, for in- patient and out-patient services. She is experienced with working with and treating a wide range of concerns in various age groups, including children, adolescents and adults. In addition to her clinical pursuits, Karah’s research interests include the psychological and social impact of infertility on women of childbearing age.
Karah provides psychological assessments and individual therapy to those struggling with a wide range of difficulties, including depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, learning challenges, behavioural issues, grief, coping, stress, interpersonal/relationship issues and disorders of thought.
Karah places great importance on establishing a strong client-therapist relationship. Her approach is empathetic and non-judgmental, and she believes her role is to help clients discover and utilize their strengths to facilitate positive changes in their lives. She employs client-centered, collaborative approaches such as cognitive behavioural therapy, rational emotive behavioural therapy and solution-focused therapy.