Alefyah Taqui, LICSW

Alefyah Taqui, LICSW Alefyah Taqui Psychotherapy Services offering therapy services for individuals, couples, and families

Mental Health Services for individuals, couples, children and families.

In this four-day Externship, participants will learn through a combination of lectures, observation of live clinical ses...
08/14/2023

In this four-day Externship, participants will learn through a combination of lectures, observation of live clinical sessions and breakout groups for role-play exercises. Upon completion of this course, participants will:

♾️Identify the basic stages and steps of Emotionally Focused Therapy;

♾️Understand relationship stress from an attachment lens;

♾️Help couples recognize and de-escalate problematic patterns of interaction;

♾️Help couples understand the underlying attachment needs that drive these negative patterns;

♾️Help couples create and restore the emotional bond between them;

♾️Help couples repair attachment injuries by fostering healing within and between the couple.

More Information and Registration: www.AlabamaEFT.com/events

In two weeks Broadmoor Improvement Association will be hosting an online 3 hour clinical CEU: Introduction to Emotionall...
08/09/2023

In two weeks Broadmoor Improvement Association will be hosting an online 3 hour clinical CEU: Introduction to Emotionally Focused Therapy! Please join us on August 25th from 2 to 5 pm for an afternoon of learning how to see, understand, and interact with attachment. Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) is not only the most popular and well regarded modality for couples therapy--it also offers tools and theories that can help any therapist understand attachment theory in practice. Our attachment needs, fears, and desires are at the root of our bonds and our relationships, and relational bonds are what make up the psychic and material world. This training will acquaint you with the attachment and systems theory that form the foundation of EFT, help you understand "bonding flows" and how fundamental they are to all relationships, and will help you to honor the emotional strategies of all your clients.

Register:
https://lnkd.in/g4XXypDD

Pertinent Details:
Introduction To Emotionally Focused Therapy
3 clinical CEU hours
2-5pm on August 25th
Online

Discover the transformative power of EFT in this live, interactive virtual training!  Register before July 17th for an E...
06/27/2023

Discover the transformative power of EFT in this live, interactive virtual training! Register before July 17th for an Early Bird Discount. Register at Alabamaeft.com/events.
For more information contact: Jeanna Reed at [email protected]

05/13/2023

I had the incredible opportunity to sit down with the inspirational Erin Gibb, of . Together, we delve into the topic of authenticity in the therapy room.

Erin's unique blend of serenity and rebellious spirit spark engaging and thought-provoking conversations

You can listen to the full episode here:
https://therapist-expanded.captivate.fm/episode/how-real-can-you-be-in-the-therapy-room-with-alefyah-taqui

Be sure to check out her other episodes on Spotify or Apple Podcasts,

Follow Erin:
Instagram:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100086328559561

Learn more about Therapist Expanded at: https://therapistexpanded.com/

01/16/2023

Emotionally Focused Therapy helps 90% of couples treated get better!

We see you...
06/20/2021

We see you...

Forgive yourself...
05/06/2021

Forgive yourself...

We ALL do this.  Be kind to others and be kind to your inner child.
10/22/2020

We ALL do this. Be kind to others and be kind to your inner child.

During the last few weeks I have had the honor of hearing the stories of so many courageous black women.  I am truly hum...
06/26/2020

During the last few weeks I have had the honor of hearing the stories of so many courageous black women. I am truly humbled by this experience. As I continue to listen, reflect and learn- I would like to turnover my account for the next few weeks to some of these incredible women. Amplify their voices to speak about growing up as black women in the south. For the next week- “Dee” - will share her experiences growing up in a predominantly white neighborhood. Silence is not an option. I’m muted but listening. Some great accounts for Black mental health:⠀












gilmoreshares

03/27/2020
03/24/2020

If you have been financially impacted by this crisis and struggling to make your next payments - contact ALL of your bill providers and ask them to defer your April payments!

Phone Bills, Credit Card, Mortgage, student Loans- many companies are showing leniency but you have to call and ask!

03/22/2020
03/21/2020

Don't forget to take care of your mental health along with your physical health during the COVID-19 outbreak. Call the Keep Calm Through COVID hotline at 1-866-310-7977 at any time, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. All calls are confidential.

 -distancing  -19
03/19/2020

-distancing -19

EFT Couples Therapy Training with the Amazing George Faller!!           @ Tulane University School of Social Work
09/26/2019

EFT Couples Therapy Training with the Amazing George Faller!! @ Tulane University School of Social Work

Just got back from an amazing few days training with the brilliant  Dr. James Furrows.               @ Tulane University...
06/23/2019

Just got back from an amazing few days training with the brilliant Dr. James Furrows. @ Tulane University New Orleans Garden District

Today as we celebrate all the Mothers near and dear to us, let’s also hold space to remember some bittersweet sides of m...
05/12/2019

Today as we celebrate all the Mothers near and dear to us, let’s also hold space to remember some bittersweet sides of motherhood. (Art by Mari Andrews)

Remembering all the babies gone too soon this October.Coping with any type of loss can be immensely painful, however the...
10/28/2017

Remembering all the babies gone too soon this October.

Coping with any type of loss can be immensely painful, however the grief over a lost pregnancy or infant can be especially complex. The loss of a child involves compound grief. You are not only grieving a child that existed but also your hopes and dreams of a future. It can be an amazingly difficult thing to talk about. Not only does it represent a profound and heart-wrenching loss, but often women are met with an astonishing lack of empathy from doctors, family, and friends. Because women and men bond differently to their expected child, their methods of grieving are often drastically different. Despite how common miscarriage is (affecting 1 out of 4 women), all of this can leave a woman feeling especially isolated following her loss.
Taking time to grief and reaching out for understanding, comfort and support is vital. It can be helpful to speak to women who have gone through similar experiences or who will be compassionate about your experience. If you feel overwhelmed or especially isolated, consider seeking help from a therapist or support group to help guide you through the grieving process. You don’t have to face this alone.

I was recently asked " How do you stay so positive and inspirational for your patients?" My answer was simply - I don't!...
10/26/2017

I was recently asked " How do you stay so positive and inspirational for your patients?" My answer was simply - I don't!. If you are struggling with something, no matter how big or small, I won't be the person to tell you "It will all be ok", I will be the one who says " It's ok to NOT be ok". I won't give you some magical words of wisdom or inspirational quote to make your pain disappear. But I will hear your story, try to understand your pain, and hopefully make you feel accepted when you're feeling most vulnerable. I have strong faith in the strength of all my patients and the strength of the human spirit to pull through even at the worst of times. It is this strength, your own strength, that will eventually bring you hope.

Remembering all the babies gone too soon this October.Coping with any type of loss can be immensely painful, however the...
10/13/2017

Remembering all the babies gone too soon this October.

Coping with any type of loss can be immensely painful, however the grief over a lost pregnancy or infant can be especially complex. The loss of a child involves compound grief. You are not only grieving a child that existed but also your hopes and dreams of a future. It can be an amazingly difficult thing to talk about. Not only does it represent a profound and heart-wrenching loss, but often women are met with an astonishing lack of empathy from doctors, family, and friends. Because women and men bond differently to their expected child, their methods of grieving are often drastically different. Despite how common miscarriage is (affecting 1 out of 4 women), all of this can leave a woman feeling especially isolated following her loss.
Taking time to grief and reaching out for understanding, comfort and support is vital. It can be helpful to speak to women who have gone through similar experiences or who will be compassionate about your experience. If you feel overwhelmed or especially isolated, consider seeking help from a therapist or support group to help guide you through the grieving process. You don’t have to face this alone.

Step out of your comfort zone to reveal a more authentic you!
09/28/2017

Step out of your comfort zone to reveal a more authentic you!

09/28/2017

If you’re taking cues from movies or TV, you probably think therapy is for people who’ve run out of options. The obsessive-compulsive girl who has to lock the door 37 times before she goes to sleep. The traumatized soldier who hears helicopter blades

It is possible to be happy with yourself and still work toward change.  Being content in the moment while still evolving...
09/28/2017

It is possible to be happy with yourself and still work toward change. Being content in the moment while still evolving is a powerful balance we should all strive for!

09/27/2017
Located between I-65 and Airport Blvd at 605 Bel-Air Blvd Mobile, AL.
09/23/2017

Located between I-65 and Airport Blvd at 605 Bel-Air Blvd Mobile, AL.

09/23/2017

Hello! If you are on this page exploring your choices for therapy, you are already taking the first step towards real change! I recognize reaching out for help is not easy. Seeking assistance reveals true strength, not weakness. Reaching out is sign of self-empowerment to change your life for the better. No struggle is too big or too small for therapy. Whether you are struggling with everyday challenges such as stress or relationship problems or facing major life changes or traumatic events. I would be honored to be part of your journey.

I earned my Masters of Science in Social Work from Columbia University and have over 10 years of experience working in the field of mental health I have worked with people of all ages in various stages of life.

As a Social Worker my approach is always client-centered. My main priority is creating a safe, judgement-free, supportive atmosphere for my clients to explore and grow. In our relationship, I believe we are partners working together to determine root causes and patterns and find the best way forward. I am not the expert on you nor do I strive to be. I look forward to talking with you – not at you. I strive to understand you – not judge you. My approach to therapy is to meet people where they are at and work on the goals that they establish to be important for themselves.

Telling your story takes tremendous courage. Don't struggle alone anymore. You have survived thus far. I'm here to help you not only survive, but thrive.

“The curious paradox is when I accept myself just as I am – than I can change” ~ Carl Jung

Address

605 Bel-Air Boulevard, Suite 25
Mobile, AL
36606

Opening Hours

Monday 8:30am - 4:30pm
Tuesday 8:30am - 4:30pm
Wednesday 8:30am - 4:30pm
Thursday 8:30am - 4:30pm
Friday 8:30am - 4:30pm

Telephone

(251) 348-1478

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Discover the transformative power of EFT in this live, interactive virtual training! Register before July 17th for an Early Bird Discount. Register at Alabamaeft.com/events.
For more information contact: Jeanna Reed at [email protected]

I had the incredible opportunity to sit down with the inspirational Erin Gibb, of . Together, we delve into the topic of authenticity in the therapy room.

Erin's unique blend of serenity and rebellious spirit spark engaging and thought-provoking conversations

You can listen to the full episode here:
https://therapist-expanded.captivate.fm/episode/how-real-can-you-be-in-the-therapy-room-with-alefyah-taqui

Be sure to check out her other episodes on Spotify or Apple Podcasts,

Follow Erin:
Instagram:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100086328559561

Learn more about Therapist Expanded at: https://therapistexpanded.com/
We see you...
Forgive yourself...
We ALL do this. Be kind to others and be kind to your inner child.
During the last few weeks I have had the honor of hearing the stories of so many courageous black women. I am truly humbled by this experience. As I continue to listen, reflect and learn- I would like to turnover my account for the next few weeks to some of these incredible women. Amplify their voices to speak about growing up as black women in the south. For the next week- “Dee” - will share her experiences growing up in a predominantly white neighborhood. Silence is not an option. I’m muted but listening. Some great accounts for Black mental health:⠀












gilmoreshares
EFT Couples Therapy Training with the Amazing George Faller!! @ Tulane University School of Social Work