About me

Minahil believes in the ability of therapy to be a healing and transformative experience. Through empathetic listening and a collaborative process, Minahil believes that people can use the therapeutic space to gain greater understanding of themselves, their journey, tools to cope, and explore their relations to others. She looks at an individual in the context of their environment rather than a singular moving force, and believes in the power of relational healing. She uses a psychodynamic and attachment approach, as well as the Gottman Method.

Minahil works with individuals and couples on a range of issues including anxiety, depression, relationship and family conflict, intimacy, childhood trauma, career stress, creative ruts, among others. Minahil is a second generation Pakistani-American and also works with issues involving the balancing of two cultures – whether that’s individually, within relationships, or within the family unit.

Minahil holds a Masters degree in Social Work from Columbia University and is a second year candidate in the Family and Couples Treatment program at the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy. Previously she completed a Bachelors of Science in Media, Culture and Communication and English Literature from NYU.

Qualifications & Practice Details

License Number: 120271

License State/Territory: New York

Prescribe Medication: No

Practical Details

Types of Clients
Session Types
In Person