Shoria Khan

Shoria Khan,


Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)


Happenstance played a role in my decision to pursue counselling. However, I have always held strong opinions about taking care of one’s mental and emotional well-being. My views were further strengthened post two significant life events; the first one being the opportunity to work abroad with adolescents from different cultural backgrounds undergoing significant life stressors. The second was my role as a counsellor providing therapy to women from marginalized communities, who were struggling to overcome their mental health difficulties. Both these instances acted as a turning point in my professional and academic life – I had found my “calling”. Additionally, one of my many interests includes working with the immigrant and refugee population. My view on therapy is a non-judgmental, client-centred, and collaborative approach that is specifically tailored to meet clients’ needs.



Toronto | Mississauga – In-Person & Virtual


MA in Counselling Psychology, Yorkville University  |   B.Sc. in Psychology and English, University of Toronto
|  Certified Child Care Educator



Personal Interests:


Travelling | Reading | Lifestyle and Health | Technology

Services Offered



Anger Management


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Narative Therapy

Interpersonal Therapy