Kalam is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who obtained her B.S. degree from the University of California, Davis and her M.A. degree from Western Seminary where she specialized in Addiction Counseling. Kalam integrates psychological, physical and spiritual health to treat relationship issues, spirituality issues, Asian American cultural and identity issues, life transitions and crisis, stress management, addiction, mental health problems, and trauma. Kalam is passionate about helping people overcome the barriers that led them to therapy and to find new meaning and hope.

Kalam has experience working with a diverse range of population in a wide variety of settings such as non-profit community mental health programs, drug and alcohol residential and outpatient rehabilitation programs, hospital settings and faith-based programs since 2007. In her past and current clinical work, she has extensive experience partnering with client's support systems, the county drug and alcohol department, social services, and the local legal and court system. Kalam also worked as a clinical supervisor where she had the honor to oversee the work of clinical therapist interns and associates.

A few joys Kalam experiences outside of the office includes spending quality time with her family and friends, jogging, camping, food from different cultures, volunteering at her church and reading a wide range of genres from spirituality, YA to zombies.