Sabah is a Licensed Clinical Social worker with a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Texas A&M University. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from Texas A&M as well. Sabah has lived in Dallas for quite some time and enjoys calling Texas home.

Sabah has been a practicing therapist since 2016. She recently decided to make the move to private practice after spending quite some time in a hospital setting. Sabah previously worked at Haven Behavioral Hospital in Frisco, TX where she conducted intake assessments and interviews to establish appropriate care for patients. She provided therapy for families and individual patients trying to navigate the difficult road of inpatient hospitalization. While working with patients and their families, she gained knowledge and confidence to work with those suffering from a wide range of symptoms and hardships. Sabah uses compassion, assertiveness, and honesty to build a healthy rapport with her clients so they can “do life” each day- regardless of the challenges

As a Lead Clinician at Haven Behavioral Hospital, Sabah worked with a diverse group of clients helping them through life transitions all while struggling with persistent mental health disorders. Sabah works with adults, teens and families. She enjoys working with the LGBT+ community and other minority groups. She is well versed in treating those suffering from depression, bipolar disorder, addiction, trauma related disorders, family and couples conflict, self-esteem, personality disorders, and anxiety related disorders. She takes an integrated approach of evidenced based practices to include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Emotional Freedom Therapies, Solution Focused Therapy, Trauma Informed Care, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.

Sabah has a gift in that she is able to use evidenced based practices to help clients see different perspectives while working to find solutions to their problems. Sabah doesn’t beat around the bush- she likes to get things done in therapy. She and the client will collectively establish goals and then collectively work hard to achieve them. Her hope is that her clients will learn the coping skills, the thought processes, and the value in oneself to eventually do life on their own.

When Sabah is not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband. They like being outside and relaxing. She also enjoys a good Netflix documentary and a nice dinner out!