Ebrahim Safah, MA, TLLP
Ebrahim Safah earned his Bachelor’s degree in psychology from Wayne State University. He built upon this foundation by earning a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) at the Michigan School of Psychology. Currently, Ebrahim is pursuing his doctorate (PsyD) at the Michigan School of Psychology.
From his training, Ebrahim has administered ADHD assessments in outpatient settings and provided therapy to children diagnosed with ASD, as well as individuals navigating various life challenges. His therapeutic approach is grounded in the principle of unconditional positive regard, emphasizing the importance of recognizing the humanity of each person he works with.
Ebrahim’s professional focus centers on conducting comprehensive psychological assessments and crafting tailored intervention plans. These plans are thoughtfully designed to address a broad spectrum of concerns, encompassing learning difficulties, attention issues, emotional well-being, behavioral patterns, and developmental disorders. Additionally, he offers psychotherapeutic services customized for both individuals and families, serving a diverse clientele ranging from young children and adolescents to college students and adults.
Committed to collaborating empathetically with his clients, Ebrahim works closely with them to achieve their unique treatment goals. Employing evidence-based interventions to empower clients and their families in effectively managing challenges and enhancing overall functioning.
Ebrahim practices under the supervision of Dr. Jill Kovach, a fully Licensed Psychologist at Arbor Psychology Group.