Asma Amanullah, LSW


Life can sometimes be very challenging and confusing. It's hard to ask for help and open up to someone that you don’t know. I believe in creating a safe place for you, where you can be open and honest, knowing that you will be respected and not judged. Creating a good clinician-client relationship is very important to the therapeutic process and something I continually strive to create. I strongly believe in a collaborative approach to therapy where I can help you find your power. Then, together we can create a treatment plan that is tailored to each of your individual goals and needs. I will always encourage you to find your courage and the strength to reach your goals and desired outcomes for therapy.


As an immigrant, I have experience working with people from diverse backgrounds. I am sensitive to the unique needs of my clients who come from various cultures, and seek to understand each person’s unique perspective. In addition to English, I speak Urdu/Hindi fluently. 

As a parent and someone who has experience in working in a pediatric hospital and school settings, I can bring my life and clinical experience to help you and your child. I have treated children with anxiety, social and learning issues and have coached children and parents to improve behavior. 

As someone who battles diabetes, I understand about this disease and how to manage it properly where you can live a healthy life. I have also received additional training in this area, as well. 

I can assist you in improving your relationship and develop the skills to save your marriage. I am trained in the Gottman Couples Method Level One. When you have decided to end your relationship, I can walk you through the healing process. 


Empathy is the cornerstone of my practice and I take a client-centered, solution focused, and strengths-based approach. I use a variety of therapeutic approaches to fit each client’s different and unique situation. I also utilize alternative therapies mindfulness and meditation. Mindfulness is an important skill to reduce anxiety and ground the mind by consciously focusing awareness and attention to our thoughts and feelings without judgment. I invite you to take the next step in your journey to mental health and contentment. . 


Issues Treated:

  • Anxiety
  • Adjustment to Life Changes/Circumstances
  • Depression
  • Couples Issues
  • Cultural Issues
  • Divorce Adjustment
  • Grief & Loss
  • Chronic Health Conditions such as Diabetes, Heart Disease, Kidney Disease, etc. 
  • Social, Academic and Emotional Issues Tweens and Teens


A New Day Family Counseling in Plainfield, IL  believes in healing individuals and the whole family. Our family relationships are the most important human connection we have and have the power to hurt or heal us.  We take a collaborative, family-centered approach and use brief, solution-focused and evidence-based treatment methods.

CONTACT

Location

23908 W. Main Street, Plainfield, IL 60544. 

Secondary Location

23819 W. Mill Street, Suite #7

Plainfield, IL 60544


CREATED BY DEARDOC

© COPYRIGHT 2021, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED A NEW DAY FAMILY COUNSELING

A New Day Family Counseling in Plainfield, IL  believes in healing individuals and the whole family. Our family relationships are the most important human connection we have and have the power to hurt or heal us.  We take a collaborative, family-centered approach and use brief, solution-focused and evidence-based treatment methods.

LOCATIONS

Main Location

23908 W. Main Street,

Plainfield, IL 60544.

Second Plainfield Location

14722 S. Naperville Road, Suite 108, Plainfield, IL 60544.



CREATED BY DEARDOC

© COPYRIGHT 2021, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED A NEW DAY FAMILY COUNSELING