Muna Haddad Farhat, MA

Marriage and Family Therapist Intern

IMF 96631, IPC 3488
(408) 508-6248

Supervisor, Jeremy Lun Hao Easton, MFT; MFC 48646

Muna specializes in working with partners of sex addicts, addicts, young adults, and couples. Her desire is to journey along side others in their processes towards healing, growth, and restoration.

Western Seminary – M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy
Santa Clara University – B.S. in Psychology

Areas of Focus:
Women’s Issues
Partners of Sex Addiction
Cultural Issues
Grief Loss Issues
Family of Origin Issues
Custody/Divorce Recovery for
Marriage Counseling
Premarital Counseling
Spiritual issues

Drug and Alcohol Addictions Studies Certification (in process)
Certified Addiction Specialist, emphasis in Sexual Addiction (in process)
Prepare/Enrich Certification

California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT)

Muna helps individuals, couples, teens, and children work towards their process of healing, growth, and restoration from difficult life transitions and relationships, as well as helping young adults reach their desired self growth goals. She specializes in working with women and teenagers who are struggling with the confusion, shame, and agony caused by sexual compulsivity, as well as with partners and families who have been affected by an addict’s behaviors. She also provides recovery support for individuals with drug and alcohol addictions. She desires to journey alongside others in their processes towards healing, growth, and restoration.

Muna Haddad Farhat is a Marriage and Family Therapist Intern and a Professional Clinical Counselor Intern who completed her Psychology Degree at Santa Clara University and her Master’s Degree at Western Seminary where she also received a Certification in Addiction Studies. Muna is also EMDR Trained (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocess) and a Prepare/Enrich certified marriage and pre-marriage counselor.

Why Choose Me?

Addiction Recovery

There is hope for full recovery from your addiction! Muna works along side her clients to help them find and maintain recovery.

Treatment is based upon research that is proven to maintain sobriety: individual counseling including trauma recovery therapy, along with support groups (like 12-step meetings).

Sexual addiction and its compulsions create overwhelming shame, especially for women struggling with the addiction. Muna cares about your recovery and her desire is to help you reach your full potential, while redeeming your sexuality and finding freedom from the shame and the addiction.

Trauma, Anxiety and Powerful Therapeutic Tools

Muna uses research based therapeutic tools to reach the desired growth goals of each client, such as Art Therapy and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).

Art Therapy is the creative process of art making, and is used to access new areas of our process that talk therapy does not reach. Muna uses art therapy to improve and enhance her client’s mental and emotional stability and well-being. 

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is an integrative psychotherapy approach that has been extensively researched and proven effective for the treatment of trauma and anxiety. EMDR reactivates different parts of disturbing memories and allows the brain to reprocess the experience.

Partners of Sex Addicts

Muna works with partners of sex addicts to help them find comfort and healing from the crisis that they are facing. The partner’s experience is traumatizing and leaves the partner confused, anxious, and emotionally distressed. Muna creates an environment for the partner to heal from the relational trauma, and experience personal growth and rebuild trust with their partner (the sex addict).

Young Adults

Young adults are faced with many transitions and new awareness to themselves, family, work, and relationships, which can cause distress and discomfort. Muna guides and helps her clients to reach their desired goals.

Muna also enjoys working with young adult couples in pre-engagement, pre-marital, or marital therapy. Muna’s goal for each couple is to develop healthy communication, boundaries, and trust, which creates spiritual, emotional, and physical health in relationships.