About me

Hello and welcome!

I’m Nasreen Meah, and I’ve been a Licensed Psychotherapist (LCSW) and Certified Life and Executive Coach (CPC) for more than a decade. I specialize in counseling, psychotherapy, and life transition coaching for adolescents (13-19), young adults (20-30), and adults (30+). I also work with couples and groups. I am fascinated by the human mind and captivated by stories of human experiences.

We all strive to meet our full potential, and I love helping people find their passion. I believe an authentic life makes space for more kindness and allows people to form more meaningful relationships, which ultimately contributes to goodness in this world. My own passion is supporting others so they may live in alignment with their authentic selves and lead lives of fulfillment, which everyone deserves. 

We’ll work collaboratively to create a safe, supportive, and non-judgmental space where you are empowered to increase your awareness and explore your personal and professional issues. We’ll partner so you can make conscious decisions to lead a healthier, more mindful life. Our focus will be to grow resiliency through a strengths-based, individualized approach and change long-standing behavioral patterns to address whatever you may bring into our sessions.

A little about me: I earned my bachelor’s degree (BS) in Biology with a minor in Chemistry from Eastern Michigan University and my master’s degree (MSW) in Social Work from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. I also have certifications in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) from Cleveland Center for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Professional Coaching (CPC) from The Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching. 

My clinical and coaching skills, combined with my experience as a community organizer, allow me to connect with people on a personal level. In addition, my diverse background in bioscience, psychology, and the social sciences provide a foundation for understanding the biological, psychological, and social effects of human behavior. 

Through my personal struggle with depression as an adolescent, my young adult journey as an immigrant student, and my experiences as a wife and a mother navigating my life in a country that was not familiar with, or sometimes didn’t value, my culture, I’ve developed a passion for inclusion, diversity, and social/family justice. I bring this passion to every session. My personal experiences have enriched my professional training and taught me the importance of being proactive and thinking outside the box with my clients.

I live with my husband and our three beautiful children in Ann Arbor, where I enjoy running in the woods and along the water. My self-care routine involves daily meditation and self-reflection. In my free time, I like to read non-fiction — mainly memoir — hang out with friends and family, and travel to experience new cultures (especially the food!).

Schedule a Visit

Whatever challenges you are facing, we can work through them together. We’ll leverage your strengths to uncover your potential and open a world of new possibilities. I’m here to guide you through your journey.

To request an appointment, e-mail me directly at nmeah2013@gmail.com.