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Minahil Meher, LGPC

At this time, Minahil is accepting new clients 

Education
  • Masters in Clinical Mental Health, George Washington University

Expertise
  • Individual therapy

  • Couples counseling

Languages Spoken
  • English

  •  Urdu

Location
  • Minahil can provide services in Maryland

Specializations
  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • ADHD

  • Interpersonal conflicts

  • Major life transitions

Treatment 
  • CBT

  • Person Centered

About Me

Minahil is a Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor (LGPC) with a Master's Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from George Washington University. She is able to see clients in Maryland and can provide services in English and Urdu. For services in Urdu, please email us. 

 

Life has its ups and downs and it can be easy to feel stuck on a roller coaster of emotions. It’s common to feel and think that no one else can understand your struggles. I believe in working collaboratively with you to build a solid therapeutic relationship and allow for you to progress towards the goals you want to achieve. I have worked with individuals and couples struggling with anxiety, depression, ADHD, interpersonal conflicts, and coping with everyday life stressors including life transitions. 

Realizing that one form of therapy may not fit all, I employ an integrative approach. I work from a CBT and person-centered framework while utilizing various techniques to better understand your worldview in order to facilitate you on your journey towards your wellbeing. Being South Asian, I also understand the importance of different culture perspectives and navigating life based on client values and beliefs. 

Seeking help can be challenging but by being here you’ve taken the first step already. Hopefully we can take the next steps together!

Interested in working with Minahil?

Fill out our form or contact our office  to get matched. A clinical supervisor will provide a free consultation to assess your needs.

 

If you're experiencing an emergency please contact 911 or go to your nearest hospital. If you're experiencing a mental health crisis contact 988.  

240-810-3790

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