Shahroze Suzuki has a Masters, M.Phil. in Professional Psychology from Bahria University Karachi Campus in Pakistan. He has accumulated clinical experience working in services employing psychiatric treatment models as well as those that offer psychological therapies and interventions. Shahroze’s experience has led him to understand that therapy may be daunting for some clients initially and it is important to make therapy a safe place, without judgement and bias. Shahroze strives to create an atmosphere of acceptance with the client from the first session so that they can start their journey of mental health with utmost confidence.
Adam received his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles campus. At TMH, Adam works with clients experiencing a wide range of challenges, using cognitive behavioral therapy, person centered counseling, and emotionally focused therapy based approaches. Through providing sincere empathy, warmth, caring, and unconditional positive regard, Adam offers a safe place for people to tell their whole story, including their strengths and resources, and feel deeply understood while also gaining greater insight and becoming more of an expert on themselves.
Udeni is a Sri Lankan Clinical Psychologist / Psychological Anthropologist who has obtained her credentials from the US and Australia. Udeni has worked extensively with conflict affected communities, and thus, carry years of experience in trauma work. She has worked with other client groups such as university students, adolescents and adults with various psychological concerns including anxiety disorders, depression, and substance misuse for more than a decade. Borderline personality disorder, self-harm behaviours and cross-cultural work are her other specialties.
Dr. Durkin completed her dissertation at Stanford University, specializing in Vicarious Trauma and Early Intervention. She co-founded a clinic with Palo Alto University, the US Department of Veterans Affairs, and Stanford, using a preventative medicine approach to catch trauma before it became a debilitating condition. She served as a medical service corps officer in the military for 8 years, treating service members and their families.