Nadia Islam, PhD, LCSW
Using evidence-informed approaches, I want a partnership with you to overcome issues such as interpersonal conflict, racial identity, burnout and trauma. Progress is more beneficial to your process than perfection.
Accepting New Clients: No
- Anxiety & Stress Management
- Burnout & Perfectionism
- Domestic Violence & Abuse
- Trauma & PTSD
Nadia Islam, PhD, LCSW is a clinical supervisor with the Yellow Chair Collective and Entwine Community. She has been licensed to practice independently in California since 2008.
Pre-licensed behavioral health practitioners, including associate social workers and marriage and family therapist interns, provide therapy to individuals and couples under my supervision. I also instruct graduate students who are completing practicum requirements for their master’s degrees in social work or marriage and family therapy. As a licensed clinical social worker, my practice emphasizes cognitive-behavioral approaches including motivational interviewing, problem solving, and acceptance and commitment therapy.
My early career focused on direct practice and program development to empower individuals who have experienced domestic violence. More recently, my roles have called for leadership in tele-mental health service delivery, clinical supervision, and social work education. Across multiple contexts, my purpose has been to increase each organization’s capacity to provide evidence-informed care through cultural humility.
Registered California Board of Behavioral Sciences Number: LCSW 24725