I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who has practiced therapy for over 7 years. I earned my Master of Arts Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Brooklyn College of the City University of New York, graduating Summa Cum Laude. I earned my Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology with a double major in Biology.

I provide individual, marriage, family and group therapy to clients dealing with a wide range of concerns and diagnoses. I have experience and enjoy working with clients of all ages, ethnicities, and religions. I have experience working with survivors of trauma and abuse as well as clients who experience anxiety, depression, suicidal thoughts, self-harming behaviors, drug abuse issues, aggression, stress management, self-esteem issues, life transitions, grief, and loss. I also specialize in work with adolescents, couples, and families.

I strive to be a compassionate, empowering and caring clinician who provides a non-judgmental environment to allow my clients to feel at ease. My work is informed by gaining an understanding of the underlying causes that impact present issues as well as a solution-focused perspective to empower clients to create solutions for long-term change. I focus on the connection between our thoughts, feelings, and actions and work with my clients to change their cognitions as a starting point to lead to a transformation in other areas of their lives. I also incorporate Islamic principles and spirituality into my work with Muslim clients including ayaat (verses from the Qur’an) and ahadith (statements of the Prophet Muhammad) in order to inspire my clients to utilize their relationship with Allah as a component in their journey toward healing.

I am an instructor with Mishkah University, where I teach a course about the intersection between Islam, psychology, and counseling. I am also a motivational speaker and have had the opportunity to present workshops and lectures to various communities and audiences. I have been actively involved in serving the Muslim community for over 10 years through providing halaqas (Islamic study circles) to adolescent girls.

Articles By Sarah Sultan

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FIVE LIFE LESSONS MY PREGNANCY TAUGHT ME

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Question About A Teenage Depression
I would encourage you to take small steps to reintegrate yourself while carefully taking heed of the impact this is having on you. If you notice yourself getting depressed and struggling to deal with your emotions, take a step back.
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Question About Cutting and Self Harm
I would encourage you to take small steps to reintegrate yourself while carefully taking heed of the impact this is having on you. If you notice yourself getting depressed and struggling to deal with your emotions, take a step back.
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Question About Crisis of Faith
Our religion does not prohibit valuing and appreciating individual choices; Allah (swt) created us all with free will and it is one of the tests and beauties of being human beings.  
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Question About Anger Management
Constant worrying can feel like you’re drowning in a sea of never-ending problems. You may be able to gasp in a breath of air but soon you’re pushed beneath the surface again, nearly unable to stay afloat feeling the weight of so much worry heavily overtaking your mind. Despite feeling powerless, realize that you can regain control of your life and your anxiety.
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7 Steps to Overcome Anxiety and Worry
Constant worrying can feel like you’re drowning in a sea of never-ending problems. You may be able to gasp in a breath of air but soon you’re pushed beneath the surface again, nearly unable to stay afloat feeling the weight of so much worry heavily overtaking your mind. Despite feeling powerless, realize that you can regain control of your life and your anxiety.
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About Gratitude
Ensuring that gratitude has a strong and constant place in our lives is essential for our spiritual, mental and physical health
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Why We Need Forgiveness
But how can you forgive someone who has betrayed your trust and hurt you in such a way? Forgiveness is not a privilege you are granting the person who hurt you.
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Assuming the Best of Others
People often lash out at their loved ones when they feel angry, sad or offended. When our defenses come up, we often think the worst of the person sitting across from us and view anything they say or do through a negative lens.
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Self-Harming Behaviors
For some people who feel as though they are drowning in intense emotional pain, it may feel like the only way to cope with these overwhelming feelings is through inflicting physical pain. Self-injury, also known as cutting or self-mutilation, occurs when someone intentionally and repeatedly harms herself/himself.
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Marriage Therapy
"And one of His signs is that He has created for you, spouses from amongst yourselves so that you might take comfort in them and He has placed between you, love and mercy. In this there is surely evidence (of the truth) for the people who carefully think." (30:21)
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Our Style and Approach
While the specific techniques I use in therapy vary with the needs of my client, I primarily use a combination of cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal, and EMDR therapeutic interventions. 
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About Individual Therapy

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