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Asma Nsiri (She/Her)

Nsiri, Asma
Mental Health and Wellness Counsellor

Student Services Centre

DMS 1100
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For all inquiries from students

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1. In person: at 801 King Edward, Room N203
2. By phone: by calling 613-562-5498
3. Online: by using the web portal
4. On the app: by downloading the UpPatient app from Google Play Store or Apple Store.

Asma Nsiri is a member of the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario. She holds a master’s in counselling psychology from the University of Toronto.
Asma has particular experience working with adult clients who have experienced childhood or adult trauma, both one on one and in groups, in clinical outpatient and research settings such as the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Women’s College Hospital, the Canadian Centre for Victims of Torture and the Naseeha youth helpline.
She has assisted individuals with concerns such as trauma, relationship and intergenerational challenges, spirituality and culture, addictive behaviours, anxiety, depression, and stress- or burnout-related issues.
Asma’s therapeutic approach is collaborative, non-judgmental, anti-oppressive and trauma informed. It honours clients’ own wisdom regarding their emotional and life experiences. Asma incorporates a systemic lens in her practice, to explore how broader systems such as society, culture and family shape our individual experiences and our relationship with the self.

With the therapeutic relationship as a safety anchor for clients’ to reconnect with their inner wisdom and self, Asma draws from different modalities that match clients’ needs and goals, such as internal family systems, feminist therapy, liberation psychology, cognitive behaviour therapy and interpersonal therapy.

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