Sarhadjine Malvoisin is a provisionally licensed mental health counselor who is passionate about helping adolescents and women achieve their optimal overall health.

Sarhadjine recently graduated with a Master in Mental health Counseling at the Alliance Graduate School of Counseling. She previously received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at The City University of New York. Following her undergraduate studies, Sarhadjine worked as a counselor at a crisis hotline, where she had the opportunity to work with the diverse population of NYC. This opportunity made apparent the many hardships women face and helped develop her empathy and passion for helping others improve their overall health.

Sarhadjine recognizes life can be tough and at times difficult to manage; that sometimes we find ourselves struggling to make sense of the changes and traumatic events we experience. As your therapist, Sarhadjine uses a variety of interventions and techniques to help in your struggle with anxiety, depression, self-esteem, and relational concerns. She applies different modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral therapy, Motivational interviewing, Strengths-based therapy, Psychodynamic therapy, and Person-Centered therapy to help you process your traumas and guide you through this chapter of your life.

Sarhadjine embodies a compassionate approach to therapy by creating a non-judgmental, client-centered, empathetic, and safe environment for her client. Her approach is made to fit your distinctive needs, and as your therapist, her goal is to equip you with the skills necessary to live an independent and fulfilling life outside of the therapy session. This will be a partnership geared toward improving your confidence, and self-efficiency. Sarhadjine is also fluent in English and Haitian Creole, so sessions can be conducted in either language.