Individual, Couples, and Child Therapist
Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate
WA state License #MC61263929
“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.”
— Maya Angelou
Roza is a first-generation immigrant and ciswoman of color who believes therapy is a safe space that allows people to be themselves without judgment. With empathy and care, she hopes to create an environment that will enable people to embrace the unique identities they hold and be who they want to be in the world. As a Muslim Black woman, she believes the different identities people hold shapes their perspective and life experiences. Roza completed a Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling degree from Seattle University. Using a multicultural approach and Narrative therapy Roza is interested in working with first generations, immigrants couple, individual and individuals affected by systemic racism, religion and cultural discrimination.
- 3 words to describe me: empathetic, optimistic, advocate
- Causes I care about: advocating when injustice occurs, acknowledging people’s experiences, and helping people discover and be who they want to be.
Training & Certifications
Bachelor of Science, Psychology
Washington State University
MAED, Clinical Mental Health Counseling