Saha Jamshed

About Me

Saha is a Clinical Associate Social Worker (ACSW) She works with children, young adults, individuals and families using approaches that are tailored to the unique needs of each client.

Saha has received her undergraduate degree from UC Davis in Psychology and a minor in Comparative Religion. Later, she earned her Master’s degree in Social Work from University of Southern California.  



Saha worked at John George Psychiatric Hospital where she completed her clinical hours and gained a variety of experience working in the ER setting. Simultaneously, Saha has been working at NISA, a Muslim domestic violence organization for over 10 years where she provides counseling and case management for victims of domestic violence and abuse.  Saha has experience working with acute psychiatric patients, domestic violence, relationship issues, multiple forms of trauma, self-care, self-esteem, boundaries, phase-of-life changes, grief, and loss as well as depression and anxiety within diverse populations.   

Saha utilizes a multitude of therapeutic intervention modalities based on the needs of the client including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness, acceptance and commitment therapy, solution-focused therapy, narrative therapy and stress management.


University of California, Davis

University of Southern California