(Currently on leave)
Ambreen Yousaf holds a Masters in Counselling Psychology and is a Registered Psychotherapist with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario.
Through her work as counsellor with a Muslim Youth Helpline (NASEEHA), she has acquired skills in helping youth struggling with issues of identity, stress, anger, parent-child conflict, relationships, Islamophobia and a broad range of mental health problems and life challenges. She also has experience as a community facilitator working on projects for family violence and violence against women.
Ambreen has a warm, welcoming and non-judgmental personality. She believes that awareness of self, thoughts and feelings are an essential aspect of one’s well-being. She conveys a genuine helping nature that will allow you to feel comfortable making positive life changes. Her clients will experience a safe space and an open and empathetic relationship built around trust.