NADIA AMIN, MA, LMHC
Your story matters. Your pain and struggles are unique to you. There is no one-size fits all approach to therapy. That is why we will spend time understanding exactly what you are experiencing and why so that when you start making changes that enhance your life, they will stick.
In therapy, clients can expect a supportive, compassionate, non-judgmental approach. One of my priorities is to create a safe environment for individuals to facilitate growth, clarity, and healing. My speciality includes working with adults and adolescents who struggle with mood disorders, anxiety disorders, as well as other challenges such as coping with difficult life transitions and relational issues.
I earned my Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from SUNY Cortland followed by a Master of Arts degree in Counseling and Community Psychology from The Sage Colleges. I am trained in cognitive behavioral and dialectical behavioral therapies. I also strive to utilize a person-centered approach to support clients in developing their strengths. My experience working in inpatient, partial hospitalization, and intensive outpatient settings allows me to help you achieve your goals in therapy.
Years in Practice: 3 years
School: The Sage Colleges Graduated: 2019
Religious Orientation: All
For your convenience, sessions can take place in person at the office in Saratoga Springs, or over the phone/Zoom.