Amina is a first-generation Somali Bantu graduate from Guilford College. Amina’s role as a Client Care Coordinator is somewhat like being a matchmaker. She is the first contact in scheduling new therapy clients. She provides a welcoming, safe, and supportive atmosphere, allowing clients to feel heard. Amina works hard to find a therapist that is a good fit. She loves being able to help people get the help they need to better their mental health.
Amina was born in one of the largest refugee camps in Kenya after her family fled from Somalia due to endless war. She holds a BA in psychology with a minor in biology and hopes to earn her masters in social work. Amina is bilingual. She speaks Af-Maay which is a dialect of the Somali language.