Nava Sedaghat, PsyD Adults
Pain is inevitable, and at times we may feel trapped in our pain, leading us to feel disconnected from ourselves and the world around us. While asking for help can be hard, navigating pain alone can be even harder. I prioritize and respect the process of building trust with my clients, because I believe change begins with trust. I’m here to guide, support, and challenge you as you journey into yourself. Together, we will listen to your pain to better understand your mind’s blueprint: your unique needs, wounds, core beliefs, thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. Through exploration and awareness, we will work on reprogramming limiting and painful narratives, with the goal of helping you find your power and live in alignment with your authentic self.
Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (PsyD) - Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology - Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Bachelor of Science in Clinical Psychology - University of California, San Diego
United Behavioral Health