Proverb: Pū‘ali kalo i ka we ‘ole.
Translation: Taro, for lack of water, grows misshapen.
Meaning: For lack of care, one may become ill.
This Hawaiian proverb reflects my personal philosophy regarding human health and well-being. I have treated an array of clients from many different ethnic backgrounds, all walks of life, and all age groups, mainly in forensic and integrative medical settings.
I speak Urdu and Hindi fluently, and am formally trained in conducting immigration psychological evaluations for Extreme Hardship, T Visa, Asylum, and VAWA (Violence Against Women Act) cases.
My other niches are counseling empaths who are energy sensitive, grief therapy, relationship issues, life transitions, occupational burnout, new scary medical diagnoses, OCD, quarter-life crises, mid-life crises, late-life crises and/or identity crises.
Feel free to contact me for a free 15 minute consult!