Contributed by Bahareh Sahebi
An Iranian-American therapist speaks to how the mix of grief, anger, and a new insistence on change in her former homeland, could be affecting clients. Read more
Bahareh Sahebi, PsyD, LMFT, is assistant professor of psychology at Northwestern University, and assistant program director of the university’s marriage and family therapy program. Recipient of numerous teaching and practice awards, she’s also an AAMFT approved supervisor, and coauthor of Integrative Systemic Therapy in Practice: A Clinician’s Handbook. Read her story, Through the Eyes of a Child, about growing up in Iran during the Revolution of the Islamic Republic.