Compassionate Attentiveness by Saleem Noorali, LCSW

  • Wed, January 14, 2015
  • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Addiction Therapeutic Services (ATS) 559 S Palm Canyon Dr #B-101‎,Palm Springs, CA 92264


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Desert CAMFT 


Saleem Noorali, LCSW


"Compassionate Attentiveness" 


January 14, 2015

        6:30 - 7:30   Dinner and Networking

        7:30 - 8:30   Presentation


Clinical and Associate Members $15

Pre-Licensed Members - No Charge

Guests $20


Addiction Therapeutic Services (ATS) 

559 S Palm Canyon Dr #B-101‎

Palm Springs

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Compassion Attentiveness is a therapy style I formulated after years of reflecting on my own experiences as a therapist and as a human being. It involves both the therapist and client actively participating in a compassionate process that begins with empathy. As one becomes compassionate, he/she discovers more about themselves which aids them in their recovery.


I am an LCSW.  I worked for the California Department of Developmental Services for close to 28 years.  I worked with clients who were developmentally disabled with severe mental illnesses and maladaptive behaviors. I retired in December, 2013.

I worked in a community project funded by Aga Khan Foundation for 8 years. Our project was called the Social Safety Net. We worked with victims of domestic violence in the South East Asian community. Our model was based upon empowerment.  We educated the community about the effects of mental illness on individuals and families. I worked with couples and gave workshops about Friendship in Marriage.

I am currently working at Addiction Therapeutic Services (ATS).    


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