Sina undertook a Postgraduate Diploma in Integrative Psychotherapy, incorporating psychodynamic, humanistic and existential approaches, at the highly-regarded School of Psychotherapy and Counselling Psychology (SPCP), Regent’s University London. He went on to further his studies with an Advanced Postgraduate Diploma in Existential Psychotherapy, also at Regent’s. He is a member of the Society of Existential Analysis (SEA) and has been published in it’s peer-reviewed academic journal Existential Analysis.
Before his private work, Sina has previously worked in the charitable sector within an NHS IAPT counselling service as well as working on a long-term basis with the unemployed and those on low-incomes.
Sina helps his clients develop a deeper understanding and awareness of their experience, past and present, in order to address the underlying issues behind their current struggles. He does not seek to diagnose or categorise, as such; or to ‘fix’ or ‘cure’ his clients as he does not see them as ‘broken’ or ‘ill’. Rather, by collaboratively attending to their existence with an attitude of curiosity, care and compassion, he works with his clients to learn from and work through their struggles, so they can embrace life more fully once again.
Sina has worked with a hugely diverse range of clients, and is comfortable working with different cultural backgrounds, ages or sexualities. He has seen clients presenting with a broad variety of concerns, including those listed below.
Sina works with adult individuals on both a long and short-term basis. He adheres to the ethical guidelines of both the UKCP and BACP and is committed to ongoing professional development training to maintain an up-to-date understanding of psychotherapeutic theory and practice.
Sina will have availability for online sessions from February 2021.