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Counselling & Consulting

About Rahma


At Rahma, we believe that people become the best version of themselves when they are treated with compassion. We believe in walking your journey with you, and lending a hand when needed. We trust your voice and we believe in your ability to shape your own life. Our job is to provide the support and tools to help you do that.

Salima Versi


Salima Versi (she/her) is a Canadian Certified Counsellor with a Master's Degree in Counselling Psychology. She is also a PhD Candidate (ABD) & Assistant Lecturer in the University of Alberta's Department of History, Classics, and Religious Studies. Within her own Ismaili Community, she is an Alwaeza (preacher, scholar, pastoral caregiver).


Ubah Mohamoud


Ubah Mohamoud (she/her) is a Canadian Certified Counsellor with a Master's degree in Spiritually Integrative Psychotherapy from St. Stephen's College, AB. Her graduate research focused on creating training programs supporting mental health service-providers working within Muslim demographics from culturally humble, trauma-informed, anti-oppresive and intersectional approaches.

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Rahma is currently taking clients for individual counselling.

Couples & Family Counselling

At Rahma, we also sees couples and families.

Group Work

We run a number of group counselling & learning sessions.


We teach various classes about Islam, Mental Health, and Social Justice


We consult and runs educational sessions for businesses and community groups on a variety of topics



We have the great privilege to live and work in ᐊᒥᐢᑿᒌᐚᐢᑲᐦᐃᑲᐣ, amiskwacîwâskahikan (Beaver Hills House, colonially known Edmonton), a traditional meeting ground, gathering place, and travelling route of the Nêhiyawak (Cree), Anishinaabe (Saulteaux), Niitsitapi (Blackfoot), Métis, Dene, and Nakota Sioux. We are bound to these communities through our common humanity and a trust that we know as Treaty 6.


As Muslims, we are called to uphold the trusts we have made (Qur’an 8:27). And as the children of immigrants to this country, who calls this place home, we are the beneficiaries of this peace and friendship treaty and have a duty to uphold the terms of this agreement.


We acknowledge and thank the diverse Indigenous peoples whose footsteps have marked this territory for centuries. It is in the spirit of collaboration with and respect for these communities that we move forward into this work, with clear intention and a desire to honour our sacred responsibility to our siblings on this land. I honour the ancestry, heritage, and gifts of Indigenous Peoples and give thanks to them by continuing to work toward justice for us all. 


Because none of us is free until we are all free

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