Aalih Hussein is a Licensed Social Worker. Advocating for women’s rights and wellness has been a life-long passion and she is committed to creating spaces in which women’s voices can be heard.
She received her Bachelors in Social Work at East Stroudsburg University and her Masters in Social Work at Marywood University. Her professional experience includes working as an Oncology Social Worker and she has experience working with individuals living with anxiety, depression, guilt, anger, grief/loss and has worked with patients to explore self-compassion, self-care, journaling, and mindfulness as management techniques. Aalih practices social work from a holistic, strengths-based perspective and believes in considering the individual as a diverse, multi-dimensional being within their environment.
In addition to Everlasting Wellness, Aalih is a student in the Joint Doctoral Social Work Program at North Carolina Agricultural Technical & State University and University in North Carolina Greensboro. Her commitment to her education speaks to enthusiasm to learn and grow.
Aalih believes there is something to learn from every connection and interaction; this is essential to her practice of social work to honor the client’s self-determination, values, and journey.