I received my master’s degree in counseling after completing a year of clinical internship supporting refugees and trauma survivors in Ottawa, Canada. With more than 10 years of clinical experience in the field of mental health counseling, I help families and individuals with a wide array of emotional and psychological issues, from maternal mental health, to parenting issues, communication problems, sleep disorders, and speech difficulties. I believe that people are the experts in their lives and discovering their own strengths can significantly improve their emotional well-being. With this in mind, I usually create an empathetic and comfortable therapeutic environment where individuals can better learn about themselves to foster growth and healing. My therapeutic approach is primarily based on client-centered, strengths-based, and trauma-informed techniques, as well as cognitive behavioral techniques and mindfulness-based interventions.