Primary Therapist

Uses She/Her pronouns

Tahani is a therapist who is always striving to create a safe environment, free of judgment, where she can grow with her clients in the client-therapist relationship. Being a therapist gives her the opportunity to help people cope during some of the most difficult times in their lives, as well as celebrate their joys. She feels that it’s a privilege to be present with people and walk alongside them in the work they set out to do.

Tahani incorporates several modalities in her work and adapts them to each client’s unique needs.Prior to coming to Opal, Tahani worked for several years in private practice primarily working with teens, adults, and couples. In that space she worked with many clients dealing with eating disorders and felt pulled to focus more on that work. Tahani was drawn to Opal to help shift societal views around food and bodies and wants to help people reconnect to their innate wisdom around their bodies.

She is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker in the state of Washington (LW61168844). Tahani attended the University of Washington to earn a Bachelor’s degree in Social Welfare and a Masters in Social Work.

Outside of work, Tahani enjoys travel, playing with her dogs Baxter and Barrett, farmer’s markets, and being outside as much as possible. Her happy place is the beach.

Tahani has professional interest and advanced training in Intergroup Dialogue, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Yoga, and Intuitive Eating.