Dr. Amml Hussein is a seasoned social worker, educator, and researcher with over 12 years of practice experience in several domains including medical social work, utilization management, complex managed care, psychiatric crisis stabilization, curriculum and instruction, and instructional design.

Dr. Hussein is also a full time Assistant Professor at the Temple University College of Public Health, School of Social Work where she is a lead course instructor in Human Behavior in the Social Environment and Seminar in Social Work Practice. Dr. Hussein also teaches across the social work curriculum including Research Methods, Theory Informed Direct Practice, and Integrative Seminar. Dr. Hussein has chaired Symposium and Conference Paper Panels for the Eastern Psychological Association during the annual conference.

When she is not working, Dr. Hussein enjoys aromatherapy and meditation.

East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania, East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, Doctor of Education, Educational Leadership and Administration (Ed.D.)
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Graduate School of Social Work, Master of Social Work (MSW)
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, School of the Arts and Sciences-New Brunswick, New Jersey. Bachelor of Arts – Social Work, Journalism and Media Studies (BA), minor in Psychology.

License, Certificates & Advanced Credentials
Licensed Social Worker (LSW), New Jersey – License No. 44SL05734600
Violence Against Women and Children
Supervisor: Candice Covington-Thomas, JD, LCSW, CCS

Helping Orientation Preferences
Solution Focused Therapy
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Trauma Informed Care

Client Focus
I have a special interest in providing counseling to individuals, couples and families experiencing a broad spectrum of issues.

Dr. Hussein is enthusiastic about bringing her Violence Against Women and Children concentration and area of interest in Women and Children to the Lessons N Sessions team.