New York City, New York 10001, United States


Zeenat is a sex-positive, poly, kink knowledgable integrative psychotherapist. She collaborates with clients to create an affirmative and non-judgemental space for clients to explore their lives and the impediments they have experienced and are currently facing. Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, Zeenat understands that it becomes difficult for people to slow down and process their emotions while living in a city that never stops moving. Through her work, she encourages clients to develop coping strategies that empower them to confidently live their lives and recognize their internal strengths.

Zeenat has a Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from NYU Steinhardt College of Health, Education, and Human Development as well as a Bachelor's degree in Forensic Psychology, with a concentration in social justice, from John Jay College of Criminal Justice. She has certifications in LGBTQ+ Health, Education, and Social services and additional training in childhood development and education. She also worked as a Victim’s Advocate for children and families exposed to child abuse and domestic violence. She applies several modalities into her work, such as Feminist Theory, Person-Centered, and LGBTQ+ affirmative therapy. In her spare time, Zeenat likes kickboxing, attending concerts, and exploring museums.

Practice Details
  • Street Address
    244 Fifth Avenue
  • City
    New York
  • Zip Code
    New York City
  • State of Practice
    California, Connecticut, New Jersey, New York
  • Describe Your Practice
    Online Only
  • Accepting New Clients
  • Virtual Therapy
  • Prescribes Medication
  • My Website
  • Group Therapy Available
Group Therapy Details

Black Women's Group:
As a Black Woman in America, are you often in a position where you have to fight and repeat yourself in order to feel seen and heard?
What’s your story about being a Black Woman in America?

This group is designed to provide a safe space for Black Women to:
Discuss issues and struggles that are unique to Black Women such as sexuality, colorism, and femininity
-Evaluate internalized beliefs about ourselves and our place in the world
-Evaluate and discuss different survival strategies that we have had to acquire to navigate a white and patriarchal society

-Narrative therapy (provides space where black women can tell their stories in a way that’s healing)
-IFS / Parts language (evaluate the parts that black women have had or were to forced to develop in order to survive, parts of us that have internalized racism and sexism, and evaluate other parts that have developed as a result of systemic oppression and historical/generational trauma)
-Somatic and mindfulness interventions (provides tools and resources for coping)