Saleem Noorali has been practicing psychotherapy for two decades. He began his career in mental health as a Social Worker at the State of California’s Department of Developmental Services, evaluating clients and even serving as an expert witness in court proceedings. Later, he served as a Professional Service Provider for the Aga Khan Council, where he focused on developing mental health resources, training volunteers and providing professional services to the local community. He also specialized in domestic violence issues for over six years before he returned to the State of California as a Social Worker and member of the Bio-Ethics, Human Rights, and Behavior Management committees. He is currently the Clinical Director and primary Psychotherapist at Addiction Therapeutic Services, where he provides compassionate care to those suffering from addiction.
The Fact of Relapse According to National Institute on Drug Abuse, relapse rates for drug addiction are around an astounding 40-60%. In cases of Opiate Addiction, the rate is as high as 85%. In spite of the abundance of inpatient and outpatient care available to people in need of help, an...Read
People often say, “I married my Soul Mate.” But, the fact is that no one marries their Soul Mate. Couples become Soul Mates after sharing their lives together through good and bad times. They eventually reach a point in their relationship when they are two bodies but one mind and one...Read
“We will develop and cultivate the liberation of mind by loving kindness, make it our vehicle, make it our basis, stabilize it, exercise ourselves in it, and fully perfect it.” - Siddartha Gautama Buddha Addicts in psychotherapy are often ambivalent about whether they are ready to act...Read
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