Manizeh Raza, MA
Manizeh Raza received her B.A. in Psychology from UC Berkeley and is currently a graduate student at the Alliant International University where she will be receiving her Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.). She has a passion in building empowerment and working with underserved and minority groups. Throughout her grad school training, she has worked with children, adolescents, couples, and families improving communication and helping them develop skills to overcome difficulties like anxiety, depression, trauma and more. She also has experience conducting assessments for children and adults answering questions about ADHD and Autism. Manizeh also worked in forensic psychology, conducting immigration and asylum evaluations.
Manizeh approaches therapy from a strengths-based approach. She implements an integrated orientation utilizing systems theory and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) interventions to best support her clients. She believes therapy should be collaborative and supportive to help clients meet their needs effectively.
Manizeh is bilingual in English and Urdu/Hindi and can conduct therapy for bilingual speakers.
In her free time, Manizeh enjoys spending time with her family and friends or reading a good book in her backyard.