Sahar Zadah is a psychotherapist, counsellor, wellness educator and activist. She is the founder of The Muse Community podcast and has spent more than a decade helping women to heal, grow and transform. Her work is grounded in the belief that true healing happens through a process of self-awareness, acceptance and love. Sahar provides support, tools and practices to help women embody a more empowered sense of self.

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Support for Women

Sahar has set out to educate, empower and support women with the necessary information and guidance to develop a greater sense of self-understanding and self-acceptance. She brings a holistic and client-centred approach to her work, combining talk therapy with evidence-based practices that draw on body-oriented focusing techniques, acceptance and commitment therapy, transpersonal and gestalt therapy. Sahar has a passion for supporting women who struggle with trauma, stress, anxiety, self-esteem or challenging life transitions. Her work is guided by the latest neurobiological research exploring the mind-body connection, attachment therapy and relational models that offer the potential for self-awareness, healing, empowerment and love.

The Session

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“Sahar’s work is simple yet deep and profound. After years of looping on unhelpful narratives in more traditional therapy sessions – being guided into a meditative space by Sahar and finding the answers within my own psyche – felt like a breath of fresh air and the key to unlocking a whole new world of healing and possibilities. Sahar herself is warm, dynamic, nurturing and a gifted healer and communicator who I recommend wholeheartedly to anyone on a path of healing and discovery.”

Nathalie Kelley, Actress. Los Angeles, USA

The Muse

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The Journal

The Muse Journal offers guided questions and tools for self exploration and deep reflection. The journal process supports women to explore their story and helps build their confidence and self worth. Find the journal at The Muse Co.

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I highly recommend the muse app for any woman that is seeking growth, healing, transformation and community.

Shafiqa Irwin

The muse journal and app shares in-depth tools and resources that can help empower women to explore their truest self.

Sienna Rose