Muna Mohamed

Clinical Supervisor/Therapist, LPCC

I am a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC). I have been working in the mental health field for the past 8 years. I am a firm believer that, with the right guidance, each individual is capable of reaching their potential and actualizing their best self. I am known for my empathic approach and insightful feedback. Some of the modalities I use are cognitive behavioral therapy, client-centered approach, strength-based, play-therapy, internal family systems, and narrative therapy. I also use a culturally responsive approach to incorporate the client’s cultural background and uniqueness.

My areas of focus are trauma with a special emphasis on intergenerational and racial trauma, women’s issues, identity, SPMI (severe and persistent mental illness), and the unique challenges that come with being a refugee or an immigrant. I also speak Arabic and Somali.

I am deeply committed to serving marginalized and under-served communities while striving to provide exceptional therapeutic services. I am always honored when I am entrusted to be part of your healing journey and I look forward to serving you.

BHA Staff