Children of Immigrants
Phase of Life issues
Associate Marriage & Family Therapist #126829
Under the Supervision of Tracy Bevington LMFT #53455
My clients enjoy the laid back and casual-feel of our therapy sessions. I strive to create a comfortable and authentic environment in our therapy sessions to open up a safe space for rich and productive conversations. I tailor our sessions by using a variety of therapy approaches that will get you results. My clients have commented that they appreciate my genuine and compassionate nature, as well as my curiosity for them and their life stories. I’ve had success working with late teens (16+) and adults who are experiencing depression, anxiety, life stress, relationship/family conflict, self-esteem issues, and trauma.
I enjoy working with people of color and anyone who identifies as a child of immigrants. My clients appreciate how I weave in an insight-oriented, person-centered, & psychodynamic therapy into our work. As a South Asian with an Islamic background, I am passionate about supporting the community from which I come and specialize in working with them.
University of Southern California (USC)
Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy
California State University Fullerton (CSUF)
Bachelor of Arts, Psychology
California Association of Marriage & Family Therapists ( CAMFT), Member
Anywhere in California