H. Ameeta Singh is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, with extensive experience
providing community-based services both in the United States and overseas.  She is originally
from Fiji and is of South Asian descent. Her clinical expertise is built on a foundation of 20+
years of community-based case management and program development experience, primarily
within communities of color. Ameeta draws on her own experiences as an immigrant woman of
color in working with trauma in its many forms, particularly, intergenerational, incarceration & immigration related trauma.
She has had a private psychotherapy practice in California since 2007; and has provided consulting and clinical supervision services for a variety of community-based organizations and academic institutions in the Bay Area.
In 2007 Ameeta was invited by the S.Q. T.R.U.S.T. to develop a curriculum addressing trauma
and healing for long term incarcerated men at San Quentin State Prison. For 10 years she
facilitated a weekly group with the men of the San Quentin community based on this curriculum.
Additionally, she facilitated a strength circle for people returning home after long term
incarceration; and a support group for surviving family members of people who have been killed
by police.
In 2018 Ameeta moved to New Zealand and continues to provide online therapy for clients and
remote supervision for interns in California; in addition to having a private practice in New
For further information please visit her website: www.healingchange.org (USA) or
www.empoweringchange.net (NZ).