Therapist and Former Journalist - Sessions offered in English and Arabic
Before becoming a therapist, I was a political and financial journalist. I wrote for the Wall Street Journal in the Middle East. I also covered the Arab Spring and the war in Iraq. I lived and worked in Egypt, the UAE, the US, Thailand, Portugal and Norway. I decided to become a psychotherapist when I realized that the idea of a “normal” human being is far more expansive than the impression of normality I received from the media and society at large. I wanted to help others to be mindful of the subconscious influences on their perspectives, behaviors, and inner narratives. I did my masters in Couple and Family Therapy at Northwestern University. Currently, I work with individuals and couples. My clinical interests include: intercultural relationships, anxiety, depression, ADHD, women issues, life transitions, separation and trauma. I am based in Europe, I offer therapy sessions in Arabic and English.