Humans are complex and intricate beings, we are never in a fixed state and we will never reach a point where we are a finished product. Instead, I believe that we are in a continuous process of becoming. It takes bravery to face yourself and make space for your lifelong journey with your inner self. My goal is to create a space where you feel safe enough to embark on that journey; a space that makes room for mistakes, a space that recognizes that the healing process is messy rather than linear, and a space that cultivates compassion. Through a person-centered and trauma-informed approach, we will look at what aspects of your life are working well and what is no longer serving you, your strengths, your values, your goals, and any obstacles you may be facing.
I received my bachelor’s degree in psychology with a clinical concentration track from Effat University. Currently, I am pursuing master's degree in Mental Health Counseling and Wellness at New York University. I have experience working as a hotline volunteer for sexual abuse survivors, and have worked with children and adults. I also served as a facilitator for various support groups including grief support groups and body image support groups. I am also fluent in both English and Arabic.