Farideh has a track record of delivering high-quality services in both English and Persian, and has acquired a wealth of clinical experience with international client groups both within the NHS and private sector.
Farideh has experience providing care for adolescents, adults and families with mental health challenges and emotional needs, committed to working with clients to facilitate and achieve long-term change. She believes in tailoring evidence-based psychological interventions, and draws knowledge from diverse schools of thought, to optimally create the most supportive approach to best suit her client’s needs.
Some of her main specialist areas include anxiety, depression, relationship issues, trauma, phobias, cultural and identity-related concerns, and personal development. She integrates a mixture of Psychodynamic, Person-Centred, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Talking Therapy and other approaches to create a confidential, safe, and accepting space that can support an individual's needs as they explore their emotions.
Farideh has studied at world-renowned universities such as King’s College London. After achieving an undergraduate degree in Psychology with first-class honours, she went on to complete a postgraduate degree in Affective Disorders, receiving a distinction for both her clinical work and research. She later went on to be awarded The Centre of Affective Disorders Most Outstanding Research award, the Studentship bursary award from the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, and commenced working in specialist settings whilst producing impactful nuanced research within her field.