Kareema Abdallah is a Master level Clinician. She holds a Master’s degree in Social Work (MSW) from Dominican University Chicago, and a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Parkside. Kareema has experience working as a Substance Abuse Counselor and is working toward becoming Certified Alcohol and Drugs Counselor (CADC). Kareema is Skilled in working with people from diverse cultural, religious, and socioeconomic backgrounds. She has a special interest in group therapy, spirituality, twelve steps, and the integration of Islamic psychological perspective into therapy. She also works well within a multidisciplinary team with strong interpersonal skills and exceptional knowledge in the field of addictions. Kareema is adept at getting to the root of problems and helping patients develop effective coping skills for different life situations, triggers and traumas.
She currently serves as a lead for the Family Advocacy Committee and Responder for Non-Crisis line at Islamic Foundation North (IFN). She has participated in a variety of events, support groups to enhance and increase awareness about mental health in the Muslim community. Kareema currently works as a part-time Therapist at the Global Executive Council, treating a variety of mental health concerns and stressors.
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