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About Us

“The good life is a process, not a state of being. It is a direction not a destination.” -Carl Rogers

We are here to provide the highest quality, compassionate health care to our clients affected by mental disorders and substance use disorders through  comprehensive services. We believe that all people have value, potential and something to contribute and shall be treated with dignity.

Our Story

What is mental wellness? What is the impact of it on our relationships with family, friends and local community? What is the potential impact of it on our work day, ability to focus, and by extension our efficiency? Mental wellness is an internal resource that helps us think, feel, connect, and function; it is an active process that helps us to build resilience, grow, and flourish.

Our team is committed to the wellness of individuals, their families, and the community through prevention, intervention, treatment, and education.

Meet the Team

Zumrad Ahmedjanova

I am a clinical social worker, addiction specialist and a certified supervisor.

I support healing by fostering healthy relationship. I found that clients that value a biopsychosocial (relations between mind and body) approach in therapy tend to be drawn to me. I can help your body to connect with feelings and emotions.


I work with individuals and couples who don't want to settle in unhappiness and worry. I support my clients through transitions and change. 

My specialty centers around relationship that subsequently manifests through anxiety, depression, trauma, and addiction. I support people as they face a range of experiences including multicultural concerns, racism, oppression, identity exploration, relationship concerns, transitions, loss, and grief.

My knowledge, worldview, and lived experiences make my approach unique and powerfully effective.  My education include graduate degree in Cultural Anthropology and my second Master's Degree in Social Work from UNC - Chapel Hill.  I have completed postgraduate programs on Transactional Analysis and Developmental Model of Couples Therapy. 

You can reach out to me via email

Zemzem Amme, LCMHCA
Clinical Therapist

My love and drive for counseling started twelve years ago after I received my bachelor’s in psychology at Metropolitan State University.


From here I have worked at different mental health settings exposing me to different populations which has guided me in my work as a counselor. It is through these experiences that propelled me to get my master’s degree from Northwestern University.

I work with both children, adolescent, and adults, struggling from anxiety, depression, anger issues, developmental transitions, trauma, OCD, and substance misuse.

I believe that individuals already possess the qualities needed to flourish. That is why I employ humanistic/client centered approach through the lenses of multiculturalism. This approach encourages curiosity, intuition and creativity.  I
have found that by providing safe space as well as challenging my clients from time to time, I have the opportunity to watch my clients grow.


If you would like to get started, reach out to me via email: I look forward to hearing from you!

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