MARIAM ZAKI, MA.
Mariam Zaki earned her M.A. in Mental Health Counseling from the University of Central Florida in the United States. She obtained a B.A. in Psychology at the American University in Cairo. In addition to that, she attained a certificate in Marriage, Couple, and Family Therapy.
Due to her academic excellence, Mariam was accepted into and is currently a member of Chi Sigma Iota, which is an American National Honors Counseling Society, and is a member of the American Counseling Association, as well as, the American Psychological Association.
She has been working in the psychological field since 2017 both in the US and Egypt. Through her therapeutic journey, she has gained extensive experience working with many culturally diverse individuals, couples, and families with issues surrounding depression, anxiety, stress, grief, relationship turmoil, childhood trauma, sexual trauma, relationship abuse, familial issues, and substance misuse and abuse.
Mariam emphasizes providing clients with unconditional positive regard and empathy during session, which is why she works with a humanistic, person-centered framework, while incorporating the principles of CBT and ACT. Mariam’s primary concern is for clients to feel supported and comfortable during sessions as she understands that every person’s experiences are different and that no two people are the same. It is for this reason that she strives to provide a secure, nonjudgmental environment for people to be able to openly be their true, authentic selves.
She conducts sessions in English and Arabic. To book an appointment, kindly send us a message.