Outpatient psychotherapy and support for youth and their families should be accessible. Journey Wellness is honored to work with Delaware's Department of Services for Children, Youth and their Families (DSCYF) in providing mobile outpatient therapy and therapeutic support for their families.
Youth and their families who receive these community-based services will work with Journey Wellness' 2-member mobile therapy team consisting of a lead clinician and therapeutic support clinician. Each team may work with their assigned youth and family over an period of 6-24 months, several hours weekly. Services will include individual and family therapy, in addition to, youth and family development support.
Each mobile team will provide Journey Wellness's WHOLE-listic, affirming, & trauma-responsive approach to service delivery under the clinical supervision of Dr. Misbha Qureshi, PhD, LPCMH. Services must be approved by DSCYF. For more information regarding Journey's mobile therapy program, please email Dr. Q at MQureshi@JourneyWellnessDelaware.com or contact her directly at 302-723-8859.
About Dr. Q (she/her)
Dr. Qureshi received her master's and doctorate degree in Couple and Family Therapy from Drexel University in Philadelphia. During her tenure at Drexel University, she gained in-depth education and training in working with families of culturally diverse backgrounds. Her extensive clinical experience in the field of mental health, specifically family therapy, opened up many doors of opportunity for her to provide services in various psychiatric/behavioral health settings, to include: inpatient hospitals, residential treatment facilities, emergency crisis response centers, partial day programs, community-based programs, and outpatient clinics. Dr. Qureshi has over 12 years of clinical experience in the behavioral health system of care. Her areas of expertise and interest focus on addressing issues around cultural diversity, social justice, trauma/abuse, parent-child relationships, and family dynamics. She has authored three scholarly articles in The American Journal of Family Therapy and Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly peer-review journals, that have discussed topics of racial trauma, substance abuse, social media and the utilization of family therapy modalities.