Nadine Azmy- Child & Adolescent Therapist


Nadine Azmy has always strived to better understand human behavior, thought, and feelings. One of her favorite books is Me Before You as it showcases how one moment can change a person’s life entirely, and how the struggle of a disability changes this person’s outlook on life. Playing tennis from a very young age, she grew to love the sport and participated in many tournaments alongside the Egyptian National Team and on the American University of Cairo (AUC) team. 

 Prior to attaining her MSc, she engaged in community-based learning with Wataneya, worked at building blocks therapy center, helped organize a disability conference at the AUC, worked at Inside-Out Counseling Center, shadowed at the Psychiatric Health Resort, attended sessions at Al-Mashfa Hospital, volunteered at Demerdash Hospital, worked at the Egyptian Autistic Society and Launch, trained at the National Research Center and at the Behman Hospital.  

She then moved to Egypt British International School (EBIS) working as a school psychologist, which they then transferred her to The Royal British International School. Whilst at the Royal British International School, she also worked as a part-timer at AUC in their office of student well-being, as both an academic risk and mental health counselor. She then transferred to GEMS International School Cairo (GISC) and created a more inclusive environment for those needing assistance whilst delivering her expertise and knowledge in the field. 

Nadine’s approach is an eclectic one as she uses child-centered play therapy, parent-child interaction therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT).


  • MSc Clinical Neurodevelopmental Sciences, King’s College London (KCL)
  • BA Psychology Undergraduate, The American University in Cairo (AUC)