About me

I am a second-generation Pakistani Muslim woman. I work with a variety of concerns including but not limited to anxiety, depression, family of origin concerns, internalized racism and sexism, eating concerns, grief/loss, self-esteem and intergenerational trauma. If you are someone struggling with feelings of hopelessness and a lack of motivation, racing thoughts, excessive worry, or PTSD or you are someone navigating a change in your life such as a new job, a new relationship, or spiritual doubt we might be a good therapeutic fit.

I do my best to integrate cultural forms of healing based on your relationship to faith and culture (supplication/dua, ghazals, tea, etc.). I work primarily from a relational-cultural, interpersonal, and feminist/decolonial lens which means I believe wellness is connected to how we learn about ourselves and others in the systems we live, play, and pray in.

I often ask my client’s questions about how emotions were talked about in their culture, social spaces they feel connected and disconnected from, and the impact of family and societal scripts on well-being.

Qualifications & Practice Details

License Number: PSY002045

License State/Territory: Georgia

Additional Credentials:

I have worked in the non-profit world for over 10 years and have experience with the non-profit industrial complex and burnout. While I am not a certified sex therapist, my non-profit experiences have centered around reproductive justice (i.e., parenting, abortion, childbirth, sexual violence, sexual pleasure, religion and sexuality, etc.).

Insurance Plans: No

Prescribe Medication: No

Practical Details

Types of Clients
Young People
Older Adults
Session Types
In Person
  • Activists and Agitators
  • Anxiety, Depression, PTSD
  • Bicultural Stress
  • Breakups
  • Burnout
  • Children of Immigrants
  • Family Relationships
  • Gender-Based Violence
  • Grief and Loss
  • High Achieving Adults
  • Health-Care Professionals
  • Intergenerational Trauma
  • Life Transitions
  • Perfectionism
  • Race and Religion
  • Romantic Relationships
  • Shame and Self-Doubt
  • Vicarious Trauma