I’m a therapist but you might also call me an Anxiety Specialist & Confidence Strategist. I use the pronouns, she/her/hers and help people who dream about being confident but are buried under the heavy burden of anxiety.
I support my clients by helping them identify how anxiety is holding them back so that they can discover how to genuinely express their confidence.
Become confident decision makers
Live the lifestyle they want
Enter a room without hesitation
Stop apologizing for who they are NOT
Embrace their inner and outer Rockstar
Speak up for themselves & advocate for others
Create & maintain meaningful relationships (friends, family, romantic)
Express their confidence through love, not arrogance
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A lot of my clients are curious about how I became a therapist. I attended graduate school for two years at Bryn Mawr College’s Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research - where I received two Masters Degrees , hence the reason for the alphabet soup after my name.
I started my career working at regional hospitals, helping people move from feeling discouraged after receiving a devastating medical diagnosis to feeling inspired to live their life with dignity.
With the encouragement of my peers, I began to enhance my approach to helping people in many ways. I took the skills I had learned from helping people through their darkest moments, and added them to a new set of skills I attained by attending training workshops & conferences.
I went even further and worked 1:1 with several knowledgeable mentors and continually expanded my awareness of working with others by reading tons of books and research articles.
I took TWO 4-hour licensing exams and here we are, Aisha, the therapist was born.
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I believe that kind confidence will change the world. If you’re interested in managing your anxiety and taking a step toward being more confident, then click below to learn more!
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