Sabrina Fazari

Registered Social Worker, Psychotherapist

LANGUAGE(S): English

I believe human worth is inherent and is not based on success and accomplishments.”


Sabrina is a Child and Youth Therapist, Ontario Certified Teacher, and Registered Psychotherapist with over 14 years of experience within clinical, community, and educational settings. Her philosophy of

practice is person-centred and collaborative. She believes that human worth is inherent and not based on various conditions that are often imposed as determinants of success and accomplishments. Sabrina’s practice supports the principle that positive mental health and holistic wellness involves learning to recognize and overcome the vicious cycles of anxiety, depression, rumination, trauma, fear, and guilt that can often characterize our lives. She views acceptance and self-compassion as a life-long endeavour that is essential in helping her clients adapt to turmoil of the past and establish the foundation for personal growth.

As a therapist and educator, Sabrina is well versed in a variety of therapeutic and treatment modalities including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Motivational Therapy (MT), Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), and Psychodynamic Counseling. She is committed to ensuring that her clients feel safe, validated, and worthy as they approach healing through psychotherapy. Through authentic engagement, empowerment, and a holistic approach to care, Sabrina’s goal is to support her clients in navigating stressors and building a strong foundation for mental health and wellness to be built upon.


  • Master of Social Work, University of Windsor
  • Bachelor of Education, Intermediate/Senior Division—Ontario Certified Teacher, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), University of Toronto
  • Child and Youth Counsellor Diploma (Accelerated Honors), Humber Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning
  • B.A. (Hon) York University: Sociology and Religious Education


  • Developed programing and facilitated training for various treatment, community and educational projects pertaining to mental health, settlement work, and educational needs
  • Worked as both and educator and counsellor within special education, section 23 and ESL classrooms, advocating for students with developmental delays, intelectual disabilities and mental health concerns
  • Recently welcomed her first child while pursuing her passion for career development

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