Amina Hussain (MSW, RSW, PhD c.)
Amina is a mental health therapist and PhD Candidate at the University of Toronto. She uses a non-judgemental, trauma-informed, and anti-oppressive approach to help clients achieve desired positive change.
Through her years of practice experience and research publications, Amina incorporates both a culturally and spiritually inclusive lens to care, while also integrating evidence-based psychotherapy (CBT, DBT, EFT, mindfulness, solution-focussed therapy) to meet the diverse needs of clients.
She has supported clients with anxiety, depression, family conflict, trauma, eating disorders, marital issues, self-esteem, suicidality, perfectionism, and psychospiritual challenges. Amina has worked with individuals, adolescents, and families in numerous community and hospital settings, such as Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences, The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), East Metro Youth Services, and Women’s College Hospital.
Amina is passionate and committed towards supporting clients in their journey towards self-improvement.