Farah Morain, LCSW, PSEP is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Somatic Psychotherapist in New York City. Farah is dedicated to working with individuals from diverse backgrounds and life experiences struggling with trauma, depression, anxiety, and relationship challenges.
Farah believes that therapy is an opportunity to learn more about yourself in order to manage life’s challenges. Being a first generation immigrant of Caribbean descent, Farah believes that therapy should be accessible for everyone and advocates for mental health awareness.
Farah also works in the field of community mental health serving in many different leadership roles by supervising staff and helping individuals with severe mental illness, and addictions recover and integrate in their communities. With a strong passion for helping others heal, Farah uses an integrated approach depending on the needs of the individual. Farah draws from somatic experiencing, cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, trauma informed care, and mindfulness practices to help individuals feel their best, take up space, and experience joy.
Farah holds a Master’s Degree from Silberman School of Social Worker at Hunter College, where she graduated with her MSW in clinical practice with a specialization in health and mental health. In her free time, Farah enjoys volunteering, cooking, traveling, and reading.