Nabeela Syeda – MEd

Intern Psychotherapist – Request Consultation

As a psychotherapist-in-training, Nabeela approaches mental health with an Islamically-integrated, client-centered, and strengths-based model that places the client as the expert of their experiences. She draws from Emotion Focused Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy, and Psychodynamic therapy. Nabeela works with adults to improve experiences with self-identity, stress-management, body dysmorphia, immigrant experiences, intergenerational trauma, life transitions, and mood disorders. In addition, Nabeela works with couples and families.

Nabeela has experience in providing family therapy and parent skills training at CAMH to parents of children diagnosed with ADHD or other conduct disorders. She has done valuable work in fostering self-identity in Muslim women, aiding in navigating stressors in university students, and empowering young girls diagnosed with eating disorders.

Nabeela holds an Alimiyyah degree in advanced Islamic studies from Jamiah Islamiyyah Abu Bakr. She is currently pursuing a Master of Education degree in Counselling from the University of Toronto. She uses her training in a thoughtful manner to help people face the challenges of life, big and small, with a bit more resilience and hope.

nabeela@muslimcounselling.ca

Languages

•  English
•  Urdu

Approach

•  CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy)
•  EFT
•  Psychodynamic
•  Gottman Method

Hobbies & Interests

•  Reading thriller and mystery novels
•  Spending time outdoors
•  Trying out her hand in baking new desserts

Nabeela Syeda – MEd

Intern Psychotherapist

As a psychotherapist-in-training, Nabeela approaches mental health with an Islamically-integrated, client-centered, and strengths-based model that places the client as the expert of their experiences. She draws from Emotion Focused Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy, and Psychodynamic therapy. Nabeela works with adults to improve experiences with self-identity, stress-management, body dysmorphia, immigrant experiences, intergenerational trauma, life transitions, and mood disorders. In addition, Nabeela works with couples and families.

Nabeela has experience in providing family therapy and parent skills training at CAMH to parents of children diagnosed with ADHD or other conduct disorders. She has done valuable work in fostering self-identity in Muslim women, aiding in navigating stressors in university students, and empowering young girls diagnosed with eating disorders.

Nabeela holds an Alimiyyah degree in advanced Islamic studies from Jamiah Islamiyyah Abu Bakr. She is currently pursuing a Master of Education degree in Counselling from the University of Toronto. She uses her training in a thoughtful manner to help people face the challenges of life, big and small, with a bit more resilience and hope.

nabeela@muslimcounselling.ca

Languages

•  English
•  Urdu

Approach

•  CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy)
•  EFT
•  Psychodynamic
•  Gottman Method

Hobbies & Interests

•  Reading thriller and mystery novels
•  Spending time outdoors
•  Trying out her hand in baking new desserts