Nada is a licensed clinical social worker who treats children, teens, and adults with a variety of disorders including PSTD, depression, anxiety, dissociative disorders, eating disorders and various difficulties including unresolved trauma, attachment deficits, relationship struggles, and behavioral problems. She specializes in viewing these disorders and struggles from the lens of how our brain processes information and stores experiences and how our body traps the emotions and sensations associated with distressing events. She uses EMDR and adjunct approaches to help clients heal from these often overwhelming feelings, thoughts, and body sensations and bring the adaptive perspective and functions of our brain back online.
Nada received her Master’s of Social Work from Brigham Young University in 2012 and has worked at various agencies including the Utah Valley Hospital’s emergency room and The Greenhouse Center for Growth and Learning before joining Mountain View Family Therapy. When she is not in the office, she enjoys spending time with her husband and children outdoors or playing games, sewing, and Olympic Lifting.