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Jonathan Psychotherapy for You

Nadia Khan
Intern Therapist Master of Social Work


Throughout our lives, we're shaped by our experiences with family, friends, relationships, grief, and the challenges life throws our way. Yet, amidst these influences, it's easy to forget to prioritize moments of self-care and grace. This realization is what led me to dedicate my career to the field of social work, with a specific focus on supporting individuals in their journey toward healing.



I am deeply committed to making a profound impact on individuals' lives through supportive and therapeutic counseling. Drawing from a diverse range of experiences, from working with seniors with cognitive impairments to families of adult children with intellectual disabilities to understanding the intricate dynamics of first and second-generation immigrant individuals and families.



My specialization lies in providing collaborative, goal-focused, and therapeutic interventions to individuals navigating these intricate family dynamics and relationships. With this, I recognize the complexities involved in actively pursuing self-improvement. I seamlessly integrate Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) techniques, with a philosophy rooted in anti-oppression, while utilizing a person-centered and solution-focused approach. Understanding the inner work required to confront life's challenges, I strive to facilitate positive transformations that guide individuals toward inner healing, peace, and fulfillment.



Qualifications

Master of Social Work Student - University of Windsor
Social Service Worker Diploma – George Brown College
Bachelor of Arts, Honours Degree in Sociology – York University
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (Fundamentals 1) – McMaster University
Mental Health First Aid Certificate
Modalities

CBT, ACT, Narrative Therapy, Solution Focused, Mindfulness, Faith-based Counseling, Holistic approach, Person-Centered, Goal Oriented.

Happy to support

Individuals 18+, anxiety, depression, caregiver burnout stress, couples, emotional regulation, panic attacks, self-acceptance, and self-care



Nadia was rewarded the Anti-Oppressive Practice Scholarship award for her dedication to working with vulnerable students during her years at George Brown College with the Student Association Board.

Nadia collaboratively works with her local city councillors and MP’s to create community programs and therapeutic support for cultured families that experience barriers in accessing services due to low-income backgrounds.

Nadia also has a passion for working with the elderly and supporting families with the transition to end-of-life care.

“Cover me in sunshine, shower me with good times. Tell me the world’s been spinning
since the beginning and everything will be alright” Pink

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