Ramsha is a graduate of the Graduate School of Social Work at the University of Houston where she earned her Master’s in Social Work (MSW). Prior to completing her MSW, she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Human Resource Development at the University of Houston. She has served as a Petoskey Center Intern for three years and now will be completing her LMSW Fellowship at Petoskey Center. During her MSW education, Ramsha completed her generalist internship at the Houston ISD Social Emotional Learning Department where she helped students learn and understand their mental health. She went on to complete a clinical internship at the Menninger Clinic on the Comprehensive Psychiatric Assessment Unit (CPAS) where she worked with a diverse range of patients and a multi-disciplinary team, and used Acceptance and Commitment Therapy in both group and individual settings. During her MSW program, Ramsha had the opportunity to participate in the Global Leaders of Behavioral Health Education Training Program where she received advanced clinical training in SBIRT and Motivational Interviewing. Her clinical interests include meeting each unique individual with cultural humility, empathy, and patience to help them reach their goals and live a more fulfilling life through diving deeper into their values and identity. Ramsha aims to provide a safe environment where diverse individuals who find themselves struggling with mental health, self-esteem, or transitional life stages can start journey towards empowerment and independence.
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