Amenah Arman is a holistic therapist, community organizer, advocate, and artist. As a nationally certified counselor, she supports creatives, marginalized communities, and those who feel like outsiders in their own life. Taking a nontraditional approach to therapy, she helps her clients cultivate self-acceptance and identify what they need to thrive.
Amenah specializes in narrative exposure therapy and has been sought out for her approach to addressing anxiety in adolescent women of color. She received her MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing from Georgia State University.
When she’s not engaged in clinical work you can find her running, baking bread, and spending time with her 8-year-old daughter. She resides in Atlanta, Georgia where she regularly seeks out solitude, sunshine, and a smooth cup of French Press coffee.
MY MISSION IS TO NORMALIZE BEING HUMAN.
You can’t cultivate a relationship with someone if you don’t feel that you know them. I allow clients to view me as a person in their life they can relate to.
Sometimes that means sharing parts of my life that mirror the circumstances you’re facing. This sense of familiarity allows me to exist as a person in your life you can trust and open up to without fear of judgement.
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