For the current fall semester, Dean Yasir Qadhi is pleased to announce that Maliha Malik, LMFT is joining Professors Rania Awaad and Jimmy Jones in teaching TISA-650, Cross-Cultural Counseling and Communication.
“As a seasoned marriage and family clinician, Professor Malik perfectly complements the skills and backgrounds of Professors Rania (a licensed psychiatrist) and Jimmy (a veteran pastoral counselor)”, stated Dean Qadhi. “This type of highly competent, multi-talented teaching team, which often includes men and women, is one of the things that makes TISA unique and garners consistently high marks on TISA student evaluations”.
Maliha Malik, LMFT, is a warm, proactive, and compassionate therapist who has worked in mental health for ten years. Her specialties include anxiety, ADHD, depression, anger, and bipolar disorder, parenting issues, sexual trauma, Adult Children of Alcoholics, and Autism Spectrum Disorders. Clients appreciate her extensive skills base as well as her ability to easily connect with them. Born in Pakistan, Maliha grew up in Connecticut and recently relocated to Maryland. Her hobbies include traveling, experiencing new cultures, spending time in good company, learning from new experiences and meeting new people.