Halim Naeem, Ph.D.
HALIM NAEEM, PH.D., is president of Naeem and Associates and has been in psychology practice for seven years. He takes a multifaceted approach to treatment, which incorporates lifestyle changes such as diet, supplements, exercise, brain optimization, assessments and psychotherapy. His training includes the areas of consultation, personality and intellectual assessment, counseling (individual, adolescent, group, couples and family therapy), psychopathological issues, research methods, supervision, psychological theory, and ethics. His specialties are in the adolescent and African-American Muslim population with special interest in the effects of educational policy on the lifespan of minority and impoverished population.
Dr Halim Naeem at the Global Muslim Mental Health Conference in Malaysia in 2018.
Dr. Haleem Naeem the “big brother” of our conference accepting an award of gratitude from Dr Jed Magen, chair of MSU's Department of Psychiatry.
Muslim Mental Health 2018 Conference in Washington DC Black Muslim Psychology Panel with speakers: Kameelah Mu'Min Rashad, MS, MRP, MEd Ulrick Vieux, DO and Halim Naeem, PhD
Dr Halim Naeem speaks at the 4th Annual Conference in 2012.
2019 Muslim Mental Health Conference 4/6/19 Tempe AZ Closing Remarks and Prayers by Imam Mohamed Magid & Dr Halim Naeem
Muslim Mental Health 2018 Conference in Washington DC
Black Muslim Psychology Panel with speakers: Kameelah Mu'Min Rashad, MS, MRP, MEd Ulrick Vieux, DO Halim Naeem, PhD and moderator Cheryl El-Amin PhD
Suicide Prevention: The Parents Role
Presented by Association of Muslima in Nurture and Advocacy & Michigan State University
Dr. Siti Aishah Hassan Associate Professor, Faculty of Educational Studies Universiti Putra Malaysia Dr. Halim Naeem Psychologist, Leader in the Muslim Mental Health Movement
Dr. Farha Abbasi Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry Michigan State University
Dr. Halim Naeem joins us at the Canadian Mental Health Conference in Toronto.
Dr. Naim is a psychotherapist based in Michigan. He specializes in brain health, ADHD, masculinity, and much more!. Thanks for the Muslim Medical Association of Canada for making this interview possible.