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Amina Elfiki, Registered Associate MFT
- Registered Associate MFT | 103090
- Sheila Addison | LMFT #49616 (if applicable)
- 411 30th Street #412 Oakland, California 94609
- 431 30th Street, Oakland CA 94609
- (510) 545-3415
About Amina Elfiki Registered Associate MFT
- Adult Performers, BDSM/Kink, Couples/Relationship Counseling, Depression, Grief & Loss, LGBQIA, Parenting, Polyamory & Alt. Relationship Configurations, Race/Ethnicity and Culture, Sex Work, Trans and Gender Non-conforming, Trauma/PTSD, Violence/Abuse
- Gender Nonconforming, Trans, Transgender Female
- Arab/Arab American, Filipino
I began my relationship with psychotherapy as a client--first in individual therapy, later in couples and family therapy as well. Although I initially came looking for help managing stress and exhaustion from my nonprofit job, I continually discovered old wounds that had never completely healed, aspects of myself and my life experience that I had never explored. I earned my Master's degree in Counseling Psychology from the Wright Institute in 2017.
I am the child of Pilipinx and Middle-Eastern/SWANA immigrants, and a Midwesterner by birth. I have lived in the Bay Area since 2007. I am a queer, polyamorous transgender woman, a partner and a co-parent. I am an intersectional feminist. I am dedicated to the pursuit of a more just world, and to acting in solidarity with struggles against white supremacy, neoliberal capitalism, heteropatriarchy, and ableism. My pronouns are she/her/hers.
Outside of therapy, I enjoy making music, drawing and writing.