About Therapy

Life feels like it’s passing you by.

You’ve spent so long feeling like a prisoner to your anxiety, loss, and despair that you’ve forgotten what you’re even moving toward.

Somewhere along the way, you became numb to the world around you, and a dull monochrome replaced the vibrant colors of life.

It feels like you’re stumbling through the darkness, arms outstretched, hoping to randomly chance upon some way out.

1909533559You’ve lost something.

As Rumi once said, “If the light is in your heart, you will find your way home.”

You know there was once a bright light inside that helped you move forward and face challenges and adversity.

But many of us lose ourselves to jobs, partners, and societal rules. Through these experiences, our light fades away, and all that remains is the memory of good times and our best selves.

I can help you find what’s missing.

Together, let’s figure out what got you to this point. During our therapy sessions, we’ll nurture the light inside you and, through committed actions and goals, bring the best version of yourself to life again.

I create a safe, compassionate, and action-oriented space to learn, face suffering, and turn pain into growth. Discover just how much progress you can make toward creating the life you’ve always wanted.

Many clients reach out to me after our sessions to say they’ve noticed a shift in their perspective and attitude. It’s time to let the inner light of the best version of yourself emerge.

1932802550About Dr. Khashayar Farhadi Langroudi, Psy.D.

I’ve lived on three continents, and learned to cultivate, explore, and develop the best version of myself. I was born in Tehran, Iran, where I studied engineering before moving to Austria to study opera singing. And finally, I came to the U.S. to discover what was missing.

I have always enjoyed art, science, and easing the suffering of people around me. This led me to pursue my doctoral degree in Clinical Health Psychology, and I have never been happier with my choices.

This path has allowed me to work with diverse groups in various settings. I’ve taught and worked as a supervisor, university professor, and advocate. Besides psychotherapy, I am involved in a national and international organization to support the needs of marginalized communities.