Farrah has an MA in Counseling with a major in Marriage and Family from Cambridge College and a Certificate in Domestic Violence. She has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, crisis, and domestic violence victims and survivors. She uses a client-centered, humanistic approach, focusing on aspects of Existentialism, mindfulness, family systems, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, while keeping careful consideration of Cultural concerns and practices strengths-based therapeutic approach to help clients acknowledge the various unique contexts which impact their lives, connect with their strengths, and learn new ways to live in wholeness.
Farrah's personal interests are rescuing and rehabilitating dogs and cats in Puerto Rico, she also enjoys cooking, watching documentaries and spending time with family and friends and of course, her pets.
Farrah is supervised by an independently licensed supervisor.