Abraham (he/him) is a mental health fellow of Joy Mental Fitness, which has locations in Jersey City, New Jersey, and Boston, Massachusetts. Abraham also provides telehealth services to patients throughout New Jersey, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New York.
Abraham's therapeutic approach is grounded in a profound PsychoSpiritual framework, celebrating the uniqueness of each individual. While many therapists predominantly rely on evidence-based methods, Abraham embraces the intricate tapestry of individual experiences and perceptions, harmoniously integrating evidence-based approaches. He employs techniques from Positive Psychology, Strength-Based Approaches, Gestalt, somatic work, and transpersonal psychology, ensuring each session is meticulously tailored to a client's present experiences.
At the heart of Abraham's practice is a deep reverence for both Western and Eastern spiritual dimensions, upholding the values and ethos across diverse traditions. Possessing a keen understanding of cultural diversity, he excels in assisting those navigating challenges such as anxiety, depression, trauma, and acculturation. He is
dedicated to serving all, including members of the BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ communities. Abraham's approach provides a balanced and holistic journey towards healing, anchored in genuine sincerity and service.
Abraham holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Arizona State University and is currently completing a Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Walden University. For patient convenience, he is fluent in English and Arabic.