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Mental Health Therapist, Student

Imen Saadeh

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Are you feeling overwhelmed by life’s challenges? As a compassionate therapist with over 10 years of experience, I’m here to provide you with a safe and cozy space to share your story and work towards a more peaceful and fulfilling life. My expertise lies in helping minority and immigrant individuals and families who are dealing with grief and trauma, as well as young women and mothers who are struggling with identity issues, depression, and anxiety.

I believe in taking a holistic approach to therapy, blending traditional therapeutic techniques with spiritual practices to create a uniquely tailored experience for each of my clients. My goal is to equip you with the tools you need to overcome life’s obstacles and emerge stronger on the other side.

So if you’re ready to embark on this journey of self-discovery and growth, I would be delighted to join you. Let’s work together to create a happier and more fulfilling life!

Professional Statement

Imen Saadeh is a remarkable individual who has overcome incredible obstacles in her life. As a refugee from Algeria who moved to the US at the age of 8 due to war and political turmoil, Imen experienced significant trauma and struggled to adapt to life in a new country. Her father was a surgeon and political activist who was forced to flee Algeria due to a military coup, and Imen and her family joined him in the US after a long and difficult journey.

Despite these challenges, Imen was determined to make a better life for herself and her family. She pursued an education in psychology and has worked as a community-based pediatric social worker, a registered behavior therapist, and a school counselor, with a focus on the mental health and well-being of young women, particularly those from immigrant and refugee communities. Imen has also been involved in a variety of volunteer and advocacy work, including research on autism, serving as co-founder of Indiana Muslim Families, and working on social justice issues such as Black Lives Matter.

Imen’s hope is to help others overcome the stigma of mental health in minority communities and to support refugee and immigrant families in their transition to American society. She believes that spirituality and religion can be powerful tools for wellness and hopes to use her expertise to help others find purpose, confidence, and healing. Imen has completed a BS in Psychology, an MS in Psychology with a concentration in child and adolescent development, and is currently pursuing an MSW with a certification in Telehealth and Ethics. Her dedication to helping others and her resilience in the face of adversity are truly inspiring.