Solaman is a doctoral candidate student in psychology and is currently doing his clinical training in psychoanalytic psychotherapy. His graduate studies in philosophy have given him a deep understanding of the complexities of human consciousness and a passion for understanding the unconscious aspects of human experience. He specializes in psychodynamic psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. He is skilled at exploring the unconscious aspects of the human mind, facilitating a deeper understanding of the influence of past experiences on present thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. His expertise lies in helping individuals navigate complex emotions including trauma, attachment issues, self-esteem issues, and relationship difficulties. Solaman employs a non-judgmental and supportive approach, creating a safe environment where clients can explore their inner world with curiosity and self-reflection. He encourages clients to explore their deepest thoughts and feelings to help them gain insight into their unconscious motivations, unresolved conflicts, and recurring patterns of behavior. He values the collaborative nature of therapy and actively involves his clients in the treatment process, empowering them to take an active role in their healing journey. He helps individuals develop self-awareness, understand the origins of their emotional struggles, and work toward meaningful change. Individuals embark on a transformative journey towards self-discovery and personal growth with his guidance.