Meet the Team – Srab


Srab has many years experience of his own personal recovery journey and is passionate about supporting clients and their loved ones to find a new way of living, a life free from poor mental health and addiction.

Working closely with the Rainford Hall’s professional therapy team, Srab ensures that our programmes and counselling services remain responsive and dedicated to helping our clients and their loved ones.

Srab is a registered member of the British Association of Counsellors & Psychotherapists (BACP) and also a public speaker raising awareness for mental health. He also holds HND in business marketing and finance and a level 5 diploma in therapeutic counselling.

Srab will also be a certified NLP (Neuro-linguistics programmer) in March along with graduating Sheffield Hallam University with a degree in Therapeutic counselling in May 2023.

Srab – Therapy Service Manager

I am in recovery. I had to lose myself I order to find myself. In 2016 I ended up in rehab and found the 12 step program and recovery. I believe everyone deserves a second chance at life.

Most people in the grips of their addiction have no idea that recovery is possible. I work in this field because I know that being passionate compassionate and understanding to their needs can save lives. I know the hell they have been through.

I use the integrated skills I have developed as a therapist along with my own lived experiences to walk alongside my clients.

Clients feel safe, seen and heard. This goes a long way for their individual recovery program.

“Why pull bodies out of the river, when you can go upstream and stop them from falling in” – Buddhist Quote

Working with a unique range of individual private therapy programmes and group sessions, Srab works hard with our therapy teams to ensure these are available and tailored to all our clients and their loved ones, ensuring that ongoing treatment and support is available and constantly finding and adapting new methods that will help our clients secure lasting recovery.

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