Selima can see clients with Blue Cross Blue Shield and Cigna insurances as well as those who are self paying. She sees clients on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.
Selima Jumarali (she/hers) is a queer, Indo-Caribbean, Muslim femme of color deeply invested in the healing and well-being of queer and trans people of color (QTPOC). She is currently a fifth year PhD candidate in the Clinical-Community Psychology program at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC). Selima’s clinical interests include depression, anxiety, and trauma. She is also interested in supporting clients through navigating interpersonal relationships (familial, romantic, and platonic), career development, and racial, gender, and sexual identity development. She uses an intersectional, anti-oppressive approach to support people in their healing journeys. Selima draws on a variety of therapies alongside the teachings of Black feminist scholars and disability justice activists to shape her practice.
BS, University of Miami (psychology)
MA, New York University (student affairs)
MA, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (human services psychology)
PhD (in progress), University of Maryland, Baltimore County (community-clinical psychology)