Neveen was born in Cairo, Egypt and is fluent in Arabic, English, Coptic, and some biblical study Greek. She is married with two sons. Neveen is a member of the Coptic Orthodox Church and her experiences in the church resulted in a deep dive into the theological studies of Christianity, which helped her realize why she wants to serve others. In May 2017, she obtained her first Master of Theological Studies from St. Athanasius and St. Cyril school of Theology, California. In May 2019, she received her second degree, Master of Divinity with an emphasis in Spiritual Care and counseling and in 2020, she began working towards her master’s degree at the University of the West.
Neveen specializes in the overlap of psychology and theology with a treatment focus on addiction, anxiety, relationship dynamics, parenting conflict, marriage intimacy, depression, grief, loss, communication skills, and life work transitional issues.
She specializes in providing treatment from a Family Systems perspective. She works collaboratively with her clients to explore how early developmental years of interpersonal relationships, attachment histories, and life experiences have shaped them and their views.
Neveen’s therapeutic approach is empathetic, sincere, caring, and genuine without judgment, guilt, or blaming, which creates a safe environment and empowers the client to heal and facilitate their personal growth.
Supervised by Jana Plant, LMFT, License #LMFT 47929