Sabrina is especially interested in helping with:
Anxiety, Worry and Specific Phobias / Fears
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Mood Difficulties and Anxiety Related to Reproductive Milestones
Sabrina Syan is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Clinical Psychology Program at McMaster University. She works with adults who are struggling to navigate various life stressors and challenges.
Sabrina approaches treatment with respect and empathy for her clients and enjoys working collaboratively to identify and make progress towards achieving therapeutic goals. She is deeply invested in using evidence-based methods to assist clients in improving their quality of life. Sabrina primarily draws from the Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) approach, and tailors therapy to her clients’ individual needs by incorporating Motivational Interviewing and mindfulness-based interventions as indicated. She has held positions at St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton in the Women’s Health Concern’s Clinic, Anxiety Treatment and Research Clinic, and the Peter Boris Centre for Addictions Research.
Prior to commencing her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, Sabrina complete a Ph.D. in Neuroscience, and she uses this unique background to help inform her work with her clients.
Sabrina makes a special effort to approach her work with clients through a culturally informed lens and is happy to provide treatment in Punjabi and English.