Wajeeha Latif-Jangda is currently practicing as a counseling intern and simultaneously completing her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Northwestern University. She currently holds a B.A. in Psychology from Florida International University. She believes that clients need a space to be themselves without judgement . She would like to help facilitate an environment in which she can help provide the tools and empathy to help them along their journey. She uses an integrative approach combining many theoretical approaches such as Psychodynamic Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectal Behavioral Therapy, and Person-Centered Counseling to help clients with different presentations of need.
Wajeeha is currently accepting clients of all ages (5+) in order to help them overcome their unwanted symptoms and allow them to identify with themselves. Wajeeha has previous experience in a multidisciplinary private practice mainly focused on Psychiatry and Neuropsychology which allowed her to understand the many levels to mental health. Wajeeha often works with individuals and couples who experience anxiety, depression, self-esteem, PTSD/trauma, relationship issues and other lifestyle changes they are experiencing.
Outside of the professional atmosphere, Wajeeha enjoys playing and watching sports, cooking, and engaging in the arts during her free time. She maintains current mindfulness in her day-to-day by engaging her senses with the variable factors of art, culinary or otherwise.