Mahmood Mohammad

Mahmood Mohammad


Mahmood on Psychology Today

Andy Warhol said, “They always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself.” I believe that change is possible in a space filled with compassion and authenticity. My role is to guide people through their struggles and challenges by accessing their true potential and removing obstacles. Change happens when a person steps outside of their comfort zone to challenge existing beliefs.

I have worked with individuals from diverse backgrounds, including individuals on the Autistic spectrum, LGBTQIA+ individuals, and first-generation college students. I believe that our differences can draw us together and better enable us to find a common goal. My approach to treatment comes from a client-centered lens – you are the expert on your life.

We will seek to develop techniques and coping skills that fit you as a client, using a collaborative approach drawing from Person-centered, Cognitive-Behavioral, systemic, and mindfulness techniques. I look forward to sharing your journey of growth and change with you, and helping you find the strength, balance, and awareness in your life.