I am a licensed clinical social worker and 2014 graduate from OU-Tulsa. I have 12+ years in the mental health field, prior to this I have 8+ years in the medical field. I currently own/operate a private practice providing immigration assessment/evaluation consultations for VISA/Residency applicants/families; in addition to this, I provide individual and family therapy in office, in community, and via telehealth. I presented at the 2019 Zarrow Mental Health conference on “Preserving Families: the Immigrant Struggle” and spoke as a panel member at the 2017 Zarrow Mental Health conference on “Islamophobia, social injustice & discrimination.” In addition to this, I was a speaker at the 2017 ICO Sisters Retreat and served on the planning committee. From 2007-2013, I volunteered as a domestic violence/sexual assault victim advocate. I have completed multiple immigration workshops; through these courses, I have been trained in best practices for conducting psychological assessments with asylum seekers, victims of domestic violence, and others undergoing legal proceedings. As part of my private practice, I regularly conduct psychological evaluations to assess symptoms such as depression, anxiety, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder relative to extreme hardship waiver and asylum determinations. I am FEMA certified, a certified QPR suicide prevention trainer, CAMS certified, trauma informed counselor, and experienced in family and addiction therapy.