Rania Eid, BA, MCC
Rania is a therapist/counselor with a deep passion to make a change and be a turning point to change in the lives of others. She wants others to know they are not alone in what they experience and feel. They do not have to fit a mold, and it’s Rania’s desire to help them be who they want to be.
Rania knows firsthand what it is like to experience hardships that seem unsurmountable and bumps in the road that can be relentless. She has lived through wars, loss, and love that have shaped her arsenal of techniques and approaches. Together with you, her goal is to build a personal toolkit to persevere and deal with the curveballs that life constantly throws at you.
Some could be given an entire field of roses and only see the thorns in it. Others could be given a field of weeds and only see the wildflowers in it. Perception is a key component to gratitude and gratitude is a key component to joy. Sometimes, life will kick you around but sooner or later, you realize you are not just a survivor, but you are a warrior, you are stronger than anything life throws your way. We fall, we break, we fail – but then we rise, we heal, and overcome.
Through Rania’s personal experience, her path in life, and her education, she has been given a strong
foundation and an ability to convert theoretical methods to practical ones. Her love for people only accentuates this background, and it brings her joy to assist in walking them through life’s journey and offer them love, hope, strength and positivity.
It is important to be in the moment and to actually be present. Rania is a great advocate of the human approach and passionate to offer support through grief, trauma, domestic violence, depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation, marital uncertainties, and any difficulty that might come your way.
Rania speaks three languages (English, Arabic and French) and holds a Master’s degree in Christian Counseling. She is currently training in Eye Movement and Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) which will assist in treating core wounds resulting from trauma and negative events.
“Helping one person might not change the whole world, but it could change the world for one person.”