Naba Ul-Alam Choudhury – MPS, RP (Q)

Psychotherapist – Request Consultation

The cornerstones of therapy are trust, relationship, and meaning-making. Building on these principles, Naba takes an approach to therapy that is racially, culturally, and socially conscious. His method is trauma-informed and person-centered, believing that each person internally holds the tools to heal and reach their full potential. This lens is sensitive to neurodivergences, personal histories of trauma, racialization, spiritual abuse and/or misdirection.

Naba has worked in hospital and community settings, offering mental health support from a spiritually-integrated, relational and existential perspective.

Naba works with individuals, couples, and families. His therapeutic areas of focus are: relationship counselling, men’s issues, addiction, depression, anxiety, grief, personal and family trauma, parental counselling, self-worth, and spiritual direction.

Naba was born in the rural East Coast of Canada, and has lived in Nova Scotia, Ontario, Quebec, Alberta, Saudi Arabia, and Oman. In addition, for nearly 2 decades Naba has been connected to living traditions of North and West African Islamic spirituality, and his approach to therapy is reinforced by studies in the Tijani spiritual method of tarbiyya, or spiritual self-actualization.

naba@muslimcounselling.ca

Languages

•  English

Approach

  • Spiritually-Integrated
  • Relational Psychotherapy
  • Narrative Therapy
  • Existential/Humanistic
  • Internal Family Systems
  • Emotion-Focused Therapy

Hobbies & Interests

  • Shared meaningful time with family and friends
  • Nerding out on languages
  • Literature
  • Music and poetry
  • Translation
  • Exploring the outdoors & kayaking

Naba Ul-Alam Choudhury – MPS, RP (Q)

Psychotherapist

The cornerstones of therapy are trust, relationship, and meaning-making. Building on these principles, Naba takes an approach to therapy that is racially, culturally, and socially conscious. His method is trauma-informed and person-centered, believing that each person internally holds the tools to heal and reach their full potential. This lens is sensitive to neurodivergences, personal histories of trauma, racialization, spiritual abuse and/or misdirection.

Naba has worked in hospital and community settings, offering mental health support from a spiritually-integrated, relational and existential perspective.

Naba works with individuals, couples, and families. His therapeutic areas of focus are: relationship counselling, men’s issues, addiction, depression, anxiety, grief, personal and family trauma, parental counselling, self-worth, and spiritual direction.

Naba was born in the rural East Coast of Canada, and has lived in Nova Scotia, Ontario, Quebec, Alberta, Saudi Arabia, and Oman. In addition, for nearly 2 decades Naba has been connected to living traditions of North and West African Islamic spirituality, and his approach to therapy is reinforced by studies in the Tijani spiritual method of tarbiyya, or spiritual self-actualization.

naba@muslimcounselling.ca

Languages

•  English

Approach

  • Spiritually-Integrated
  • Relational Psychotherapy
  • Narrative Therapy
  • Existential/Humanistic
  • Internal Family Systems
  • Emotion-Focused Therapy

Hobbies & Interests

  • Shared meaningful time with family and friends
  • Nerding out on languages
  • Literature
  • Music and poetry
  • Translation
  • Exploring the outdoors & kayaking