Hello! Just a note that Ravel Psychotherapy provides in-person session through Georgetown Counselling Centre. In-person sessions are currently on pause and will be online on a temporary basis! Please call the centre and speak to the receptionist if you would like to book your free 30 minute consultation!
Whether you have recently gone through difficulties, have an on-going concern, or have finally made the time to address past experiences, it is my hope that I can provide you with a safe, non-judgemental space to untangle and sort through whatever is on your mind.
Remember, you are deserving.
- Sabrina Rehman, MSW, RSW
Untangle and Sort your Mind
Toronto Psychotherapy Services
Depression and Anxiety
Communication and Boundaries
Regain a sense of control over your life, cultivate self-love and respect, and experience growth .
Together, we can manage and address your triggers and stressors, empowering you to regain a sense of power and agency over your life.
Create sustainable changes that support you to feel safe, deserving, and heard in your relationships, be it personal or professional.
Evidence-Based and Supportive Guidance to Harness Change
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
CBT therapy assists you in identifying and changing unhelpful thought patterns that negatively impact your behavior and emotions. It can help you manage triggers and free yourself from feeling stuck.
Narrative therapy examines the on-going biological, social, and cultural stories which have constructed your sense of self over time so you can reauthor your life in a positive life, free from judgement or outsider opinions.
Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT)
EFT helps uncover your emotions and perception surrounding a concern. The aim is to make you more connected and compassionate towards yourself, less distressed, and better able to communicate your needs.
Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention to the present moment, while observing and accepting the thoughts that come to you--without judgement. It helps to facilitate your growth, peace, and emotional regulation.
Practice & Approach
My passion for literature and non-stop learning has taught me that folks intrinsically have the knowledge, power, and skill to be well. Wellness can be whatever gets us through a traumatic or difficult situation. However, sometimes our survival patterns lock us into behaviours that no longer benefit. I wanted to create a practice that recognizes this reality and supports adults to rediscover and reconnect with their unique strengths and abilities.
I value utilizing a strengths-based, client-centered framework that is:
That means I will do my best to work with you in a manner that respects your boundaries and needs, while honouring your knowledge and strengths.
The University of Toronto - Master of Social Work
The University of Victoria- Bachelor of Social Work
George Brown College - Diploma (Assaulted Women and Children Counsellor)
The University of Toronto - Honours Bachelor of Arts (Criminology)
Ontario Core Indigenous Cultural Safety Mental Health Training Program
SickKids Centre for Community Mental Health - Narrative Therapy Certificate
York University - Emotion Focused Therapy (Level One)
University of Toronto - Mindfulness-Based Narrative Inquiry
Registration with OCSWSSW (No. 832752)