Mashael Alrowaili
Credentials -MA Clinical Child Psychology
-BA with Honors in Psychology
Institution -Glasgow Caledonian University (UK) BA
-Anglia Ruskin University (UK), MA
Year Awarded MA 2012
Therapy Type Humanistic Psychotherapy
Specialty -Stress
-Anxiety
-Depression
-Self-esteem
-Self-harm
-Abuse
-Trauma
-Addiction
-Adjustment
-Sleep Problems
-OCD
-Anger
-Conflict Divorce
-Relation and Family issues
Age group Children (5 yrs and over)

Mashael Alrowaili is a Counsellor/Psychotherapist for both children and adults. She primarily ground her work in the Humanistic approach of psychotherapy where she offers her clients a safe, confidential and understanding therapeutic space. At the heart of Mashael’s practice there is a commitment to activate an individual’s self-potential for growth and change. Mashael has undertaken a specialist training in Humanistic/Experiential Psychotherapy from Glasgow Caledonian University in the UK and has obtained extensive training in counselling individuals and families whose lives have been impacted by abuse from Open Secret Organisation where she had previously worked as a Counsellor. Her background also includes a Masters degree in Clinical Child Psychology from Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK and a Bachelor/Honours degree in Psychology from Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow, UK. During her time in the UK, she was involved in a range of clinical practice and research where she acquired experience working in various settings including health care, charitable sectors, research centres and education. Her experience covered working to support clients who encounter a range of psychological, emotional and behavioural difficulties such as; Stress, Anxiety, Depression, Self-Esteem, Abuse, Trauma, Addiction, Self-Harm, Adjustment, Health related issues, Sleep problems, OCD, Anger, Conflict, Divorce, Relationship and Family issues. She is also experienced in working with youth and adults with learning difficulties and worked as part of a UK based Project in supporting students at specialist schools to promote their positive self-concept and personal development.