Mame Salim


Mame is a dedicated psychotherapist who has served a diverse population of individuals from children, adolescents, and adults, and has an affinity for those involved in the criminal justice system. She is well versed on how to support clients in navigating an array of personal obstacles such as anxiety, depression, stress, anger management, work-life balance, and life transitions. Her go-to phrase of encouragement is to “Just take baby steps”, as she understands that the road to recovery is difficult and requires patience, guidance, and perseverance. She aims to empower and support her clients in becoming the best possible versions of themselves by using a person-centered approach and creating a customized treatment modality. She works hard to provide the absolute best service.

Mame graduated with a Master of Social Work from Columbia University after previously graduating from the University of Buffalo, where she received a bachelor’s in Psychology with a minor in African American Studies. Additionally, she is qualified in implementing crisis interventions as well as education and training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI) and Trauma-Informed Care.

How I can help you
  • Columbia University – Master of Social Work 
  • University of Buffalo – bachelor’s in Psychology with a minor in African American Studies
  • CBT – Cognitive Behavior Therapy
  • MI – Motivational Interviewing
  • Trauma-Informed Care
Kirian Miner, LCSWR, CFRC
“If there is no struggle, there is no progress.”
― Frederick Douglass