Hiba Moinuddin


Hiba Moinuddin, MA



About Hiba

Hiba is enthusiastic about walking alongside people as they navigate their journey towards full and purposeful lives. She is curious about the uniqueness of every individual and highly passionate about honoring their personal lived experiences. Hiba’s goal in counseling it to foster a space that is built on trust, inclusivity, and continual growth. Hiba feels pulled to help connect individuals to their most authentic selves and move them in the direction of utmost acceptance. It is important to Hiba to have people feel challenged, restored, and empowered through the work. She feels that counseling provides opportunity for individuals to develop self-awareness, gain coping tools, and process the inevitable challenges of life. 


Hiba is a graduate student in the Master of Arts in Counseling program at Northwestern University. She has a specific focus in adult counseling, as well as a particular interest in trauma-related psychopathology. Through her involved clinical training, Hiba has been able to exercise various therapeutic interventions such as cognitive behavioral therapy, emotion focused therapy, traditional talk therapy, and more. Despite accumulating experience with different approaches and techniques, Hiba believes it important to collaborate with people in order to facilitate individualized treatment that may be best fit for them. 





Hiba welcomes individuals from all walks of life, backgrounds, and identities. She looks forward to gaining experience with trauma-related issues, life transitions, self-esteem, sexuality issues, domestic violence issues, eating-related issues, relational issues, multicultural issues, identity development, grief processing, depression, and anxiety. 


Hiba holds various facets of her life close to her identity. She is a first generation student in the United States with South Asian descent. In her leisure, she enjoys learning about wellness and working as a health and life coach, and also works for various non-profit organizations that raise mental health awareness within marginalized communities. She hopes to emulate these identities and values in her own practice.