Sahrah Hussain

Sahrah Hussain

Cognitive Behavioural therapist (in training)


  • Currently pursuing PGDip in CBT
  • Certificate in Intensive Counselling
  • Msc in Psychology
  • BSc (Hons) in Health, Well-being and Social work



Sahrah’s journey in mental health settings commenced in 2017, marking the beginning of a rich and diverse experience spanning community outreach, inpatient care, and forensic environments. In these varied contexts, she has been deeply involved in offering support to individuals grappling with a wide spectrum of mental health issues, thus cultivating a nuanced understanding of the complexities involved in mental health care. She offers both face to face and remote appointments.


Reflecting on her prior roles, Sahrah has navigated through various specialised domains within mental health services. Her experience encompasses working with individuals grappling with substance abuse in Drug and Alcohol Addiction settings, providing support to those contending with complex challenges in eating disorders, and offering care within Psychiatric services. Sahrah has also worked within the NHS as an Occupational Therapy Technician. Working in various clinical areas like orthopaedics, stroke, and neurology, she has supported both children and adults facing a range of challenges. Beyond physical
rehabilitation, Sahrah has addressed mental health needs as well. Her interventions have helped individuals adapt and cope, fostering resilience and optimism. Sahrah’s holistic approach has greatly improved the quality of life for her clients, demonstrating her dedication to comprehensive care for both physical and mental well-being. Notably, she has encountered and addressed the intricate needs of individuals with co-occurring disorders, showcasing her ability to navigate multifaceted clinical scenarios with empathy and proficiency.

Interesting Facts

Beyond her professional endeavours, Sahrah finds joy and fulfilment in personal pursuits. Sahrah enjoys going to the gym, and spending quality time with her family. She is committed to leading by example and integrating elements of the interventions she delivers into her own life, such as striving for balance in her daily routine.


  • Excessive Worry/ Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD) – Teens 16+ and Adults
  • Social Anxiety – Teens 16+ and Adults
  • Panic Attacks/Disorders – Teens 16+ and Adults
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) – Teens 16+ and Adults
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) – Teens 16+ and Adults
  • Specific Phobias / Driving Phobias / Agoraphobia – Teens 16+ and Adults
  • Low Self-Esteems – Teens 16+ and Adults
  • Stress Management – Teens 16+ and Adults
  • Unhelpful habits (eg. Self Criticism, perfectionism, procrastination) – Teens 16+ and Adults
  • Overeating/Binge eating – Teens 16+ and Adults
  • Body Image difficulties – Teens 16+ and Adults
  • Depression / Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) – Teens 16+ and Adults
  • Sleep difficulties/insomnia – Teens 16+ and Adults

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