Dr. Niosha Sarfallah is a bilingual Clinical Psychologist licensed in California (PSY31902) and a member of the American Psychological Association (APA).
For nearly a decade, she has been providing mental health assessments, diagnosis, treatment plans, and counseling. Although she has a wide range of experience working with a diverse spectrum of populations, Dr. Sarfallah focuses her practice primarily on adults, adolescents and groups.
Dr. Sarfallah completed her undergraduate degree at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, majoring in Psychology and minoring in Sociology/Family Studies. She received her Master of Arts graduate degree in Clinical Psychology (emphasis on “Marriage and Family Therapy”) from Antioch University, Los Angeles. Dr. Sarfallah completed her Doctorate in Applied Clinical Psychology at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles.
Dr. Sarfallah has completed psychology coursework in Kyoto, Japan, as well as internationally renowned Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust in London, UK. Early in her clinical training, Dr. Sarfallah completed an internship at the Kohan Foundation Counseling Center in Culver City, providing mental health counseling for individuals struggling with addiction. Dr. Sarfallah also worked as a Marriage and Family trainee for the “Teen Support Line” at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
Dr. Sarfallah later completed 5 years of dedicated and extensive Pre- and Post-Doctoral training at the prestigious Maple Counseling Center in Beverly Hills, where she focused working with adults, couples and groups. During that time, she completed additional training at Radiance of Hope Counseling Center, working with multicultural clients, as well as the Beverly Hills Loving Care with the geriatric population.
Dr. Sarfallah is multicultural and multilingual, enabling her to provide mental health treatment in both English and Farsi. Through her intensive training at various mental health centers, Dr. Sarfallah has experience working with a wide range of clients in all life stages. Her integrative psychotherapeutic approach (Psychodynamic & CBT) aims to treat a variety of concerns including but not limited to depression, anxiety, interpersonal issues, behavioral difficulties, relationship distress and work-related concern