Naseem Saleh- Mental Health Counselor
Intern | She/Her/Hers

The pain existing in your life currently will not last forever. As a therapist, I aim to help clients access their inner power and resources to experience a more fulfilling relationship with themselves, their life, and those around them. Ecuadorian author and poet, Yung Pueblo, said, “I cannot make you happy, but I can commit to support you in the creation of your own happiness.” I don’t have a magic wand to make you happy or resolve all your issues instantly. Still, together we can explore what obstacles are preventing you from reaching your final destination.

I am Palestinian-American. As a Palestinian woman, identity representation/exploration and advocacy are at the forefront of my approach to helping others. Your overall safety is protected and a top priority in the therapy space. My approaches to therapy include client-centered, humanistic, and narrative. Within the process, I integrate self-love, focus on personal control, and help clients discover what they need and ways to work toward those needs in my work. Outside of school and work, I enjoy reading books, drawing, doing wordle every day, long walks with my pup, watching reality shows and horror movies, and spending time with family and friends. I am working towards a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Adler University and am in my second year.

Remember this: we create your therapy space together, where you take the lead in your journey.

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