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Our Vision

 

EXIST was founded and is run by Omar Nafie. The vision behind its establishment was to fill a gap in the rapidly developing field of mental health care in Egypt by creating a facility, well equipped to provide clients with a safe place to overcome their struggles. It is a comfortable and private environment that allows the client to reflect, find meaning and creatively shape their life and direction in a manner that respects their values and capacity for self-determination. At EXIST we follow a strict and binding code of ethics to ensure that our priority is to always uphold our clients’ best interest.

 

EXIST is home to a unique and highly qualified team of therapists. Whether you’re seeking counseling for marriage or family issues, depression & anxiety, sex addiction, substance abuse, eating disorders, trauma or any number of other life issues, our counselors and their years of training and experience are here to help.

 

At EXIST we believe that the mind and body are inseparable and there is growing evidence that many psychological issues are in fact bio-psycho-socio-spiritual related issues. We are therefore, also intent on bringing service providers together in a network that optimizes client’s access to specialized service and care.

 

Finally, It is a place that offers practitioners in the field the opportunity for continuing professional development to ensure practice that is governed by high ethical standards and counselling skills.

 


Latest Updates

Exist & Addiction Treatment

Click here to check out the Community Times interview with Omar Nafie on Psychotherapy and Addiction Treatment in Egypt where he talks about many issues and topics including the latest definition of addiction, the changes happening in addiction treatment in egypt, sex addiction the stigma associated with it as well as the specialist services offered ...

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Identifying Eating Disorders

Exist’s Reem Shaheen talks to Community Times about identifying eating disorders and the red flags that family and friends can take notice of. She describes eating disorders as a serious condition and warns against its effects. She also explains the different types of eating disorders. Check out the full article inside. Understanding Eating Disorders

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