Rindala Semaan Mental health and development specialist- Child, youth and family care – MSc. Psychomotor therapy
Rindala worked in numerous multicultural environments throughout her career. In therapy, she strives to stimulate a positive self-image and a well-being in balanced social relationships. She offers therapy in French, Arabic and English to children and adults. She has a solid experience with ADHD (diagnosis and therapy), Autism (diagnosis and therapy), Depression, Anxiety, Identity and Trauma, bipolar syndrome, developmental delays and learning disabilities. She offers emotional support and family care.
Rindala works with a diverse approach to therapy, including cognitive, behavioral, systemic, dynamic, sensory and motor techniques, offering emotional support and mindfulness for individuals.
With over 14 years of clinical work and continuous training, Rindala offers her services to write developmental and mental health articles for your blog, she presents talks and workshops on mental health (in different languages) and facilitates mediative expression workshops along with therapeutic relaxation and mindfulness.
Her purpose is to advocate for a better mental health status and to support individuals in their journey of self understanding.
She offers online therapy, in clinic therapy, home visits, group workshops, talks and specialized article writing.
She was born and raised in Byblos, one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world and a UNESCO world heritage site and she currently lives in Vancouver, Canada.
Rindala is also an environment and a human rights advocate.
When not at work, she will be hiking, foraging, paddling, camping, writing, creating recipes and making art with different mediums.