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* Medicaid and Cash paying only. $120/$100 per session. 
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Maham Nasir, MA

Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy

Resident, Roanoke Valley Counseling Center, LLC

Maham Nasir specializes in helping individuals who struggle with depression, anxiety, anger
management, bipolar disorder, low self esteem, minority / immigrant identity confusion, and more.
Maham received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Mercer University, as well as her Master’s
degree in Family and Marriage Therapy from Mercer’s School of Medicine. Maham provides couples
counseling, family therapy, and individual therapy.

Maham, with her wealth of experience, adeptly guides individuals and couples through the insecurities and self-esteem challenges which can dictate thoughts, assumptions, behaviors, and relationship patterns. Drawing from her understanding of how childhood experiences and family dynamics shape one's mental framework, she offers profound insights into navigating the complexities of the human psyche. Moreover, Maham's expertise extends to assisting individuals in processing and overcoming trauma, providing invaluable tools for moving forward with life.

 

With compassion and expertise, she tackles the nuances of mental illness, including depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder, imparting practical strategies for managing these conditions. Additionally, Maham equips her clients with the skills needed to navigate interpersonal conflicts and difficult people, empowering them to assert boundaries and maintain emotional well-being. Through her guidance, individuals learn to confront and overcome social anxiety, gaining the confidence to engage more fully in life. Furthermore, Maham's mentorship extends to assisting in navigating challenging decisions, imparting decision-making skills that foster resilience and growth.

Building on her Marriage and Family educational background, Maham has some more specific certifications in…

  • Diagnosing children, adolescents and adults with the DSM-5 (AAMFT, 2021)

  • Mental illness and the family: an expectable family life experience and formidable challenge (AAMFT, 2021)

  • When an Eating Disorder Comes to Dinner: Assessment, Intervention and Treatment (AAMFT, 2021)

  • A Roadmap for Couples Therapy (AAMFT, 2020)

  • Creating the Antidepressant Family (AAMFT, 2020)

  • Family Medicine and Family Therapy: A Necessary Unity (AAMFT, 2020)

  • Exploring Experiences of Diversity and Multiculturalism in the Therapeutic Process: Clinical and

  • Ethical Considerations (AAMFT, 2020)

 

And so, so much more. Maham would like to help you help yourself, however that may be. Maham’s hope is that you will learn the skills to lead a better quality of life. Maham’s whole heart and effort is put into every one of you. You are trusting her with your personal life, and she is so grateful to be a part of your journey.

Maham currently practices counseling under the supervision of Andrew Edwards, MA, LPC, LPC Supervisor.

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