Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern (Supervised)
Supervisor: Nancy Lee Iben , LMFT MT2814
Rima Tejwani is a master level clinician and has extensive life experience in issues that impact individuals in their daily lives. Rima gained her Master’s degree in Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling and a Bachelor’s degree in Women and Gender Studies, both from University of South Florida. Rima specializes in empowering individuals from all walks of life, especially and individuals from LGBT community. From a multicultural perspective, Rima understands the importance of culture and how it impacts actions, behaviors and thoughts. Rima practices from a person centered approach and uses psychodynamic approach for individuals who wish to dive deep into their past traumas and unresolved past issues. As a clinician, Rima has experience in counseling individuals who have experienced trauma such as loss and domestic violence, depression, anxiety, stress, codependency, parenting and relationship issues. Rima believes that people make life decisions based on the level of their self-esteem and self-worth. It is when an individual experiences a paradigm shift, even in the most smallest measure, that one can begin to change their lives and move forward.