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Manal Abaza

Manal Abaza holds an MA in counselling psychology from the American University in Cairo (AUC). She completed her BA in psychology from AUC and has attained several degrees in the field of mental health including a diploma in clinical psychology from Cairo University. Manal is passionate about people’s well-being and believes in the need to empower clients by highlighting their strength and resilience and not just their difficulties.

Manal has been counselling individuals who struggle with a variety of mental health issues, especially adjustment to stress and traumatic events, anxiety, depression and addictive behaviours. She embraces a humanistic approach with positive and solution-focus techniques to problems and believes in people’s capacity for change.

Manal has 15 years of work experience in the civil society fields in Egypt. Her contribution as part of the Development Support Center for Consultancy and Training (DSC) and the Association for Health and Environment (AHED) in collaboration with UNICEF helped build the capacities and the establishment of new initiatives that have acted as real agents of change, most pertinent, serving children with special needs through the community-based rehabilitation (CBR) model.

 

Type of Counselling: Individual Counselling

Session Duration: 50 minutes

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