Yasmine Gohar


Clinical Psychologist

Yasmine Gohar is a clinically and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing) trained therapist targeting addiction, trauma, and complex trauma. She is licensed in California as an associate marriage and family therapist (AMFT) and as an associate professional clinical counselor (APCC). She is also a level 1 Gottman Couples Therapist and Paul Ekman certified. Yasmine earned her master's degree in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from Pepperdine University, California. Yasmine works with individuals as young as 4 years old with all diagnoses including but not limited to trauma, depression, anxiety, personality disorders, educational/academic needs, and addiction. Additionally, Yasmine has worked with adults through relationship and family issues.
Her areas of expertise include relationships (with the self and others), anxiety, trauma, depression, personality disorders, as well as couples and families.
She is finalizing the process of her license with California’s Board of Behavioral Sciences in marriage and family therapy, and as a professional clinical counselor.
Yasmine has successfully coauthored Atlas of Psychiatry (2023), and The Handbook of Wellness Medicine (2020), and publications in the topics of The Assessment and Measurement of Wellness in the Clinical Medical Setting: A Systematic Review (2018), Pain and Depression: A Systematic Review (2018), and The Efficacy of Mindfulness-Based Interventions on Depressive Symptoms and Quality of Life: A Systematic Review of Randomized Controlled Trials (2018).

Yasmine is currently seeing clients at the following locations:
MPC Clinics: Maadi Sarayat, Degla Maadi, and Sheikh Zayed.

Clinic locations

Maadi Psychology Center
Sarayat, Maadi
Degla, Maadi
Sheikh Zayed

Spoken languages



Children 0-12 Years
Adolescents 13-17 Years
Adults 18+ Years
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Family Therapy
Addiction and Substance Abuse
Anger Management
Trauma Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Personality Disorders
Parents Consultations
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