Rasha received her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Toronto, where she specialized in Psychology. She completed her Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology and Marriage and Family Therapy, at Pepperdine University in Malibu, United States.
In the US and Canada, Rasha worked with individuals, children, adolescents, families, and couples seeking therapy for relationship issues, addiction, eating disorders, infidelity, depression, anxiety and sexual trauma. In Jordan, she has also served as a school counselor at the Ahliyyah School for Girls, where she provided support and guidance to adolescent females who were experiencing emotional and academic difficulties.
Upon her return from the USA, Rasha joined the Maria Den Braven Team as a psychological Therapist.
Rasha is dedicated to empowering people to transform and heal themselves psychologically, spiritually, physically and emotionally. She helps clients to put their mind to ease and tap into their own resources through alternative techniques which help diminish anxiety and impulsivity. Rasha works collaboratively with her clients to enhance their capacity to socially connect, increase satisfaction in interpersonal relationships, reduce undesirable and compulsive behaviors, and manage life issues. Her work is guided by a tenacious vision of vibrant communities where individuals thrive, succeed, and realize their unique potential of mind, body, and spirit. Rasha utilizes an integrative therapeutic approach, which includes Family Systems Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) , and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) techniques to provide individuals with emotional support and promote effective coping.