Aishah is currently a doctoral student, studying Counseling Psychology, and a graduate instructor at the University of Kansas. She has a passion to see individuals, couples, and families recognize their potential. Aishah holds firmly to the saying, “if you fix a broken marriage you fix the whole family”. This drive has motivated her to obtain nearly 1,000 hours of counseling experience and complete a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Regent University.

Aishah also lead and worked in several ministries: including, Learning Communities-which aims to help individuals grow in interpersonal development, theology, and leadership development, she also worked as the accountability manager for Christians in Alliance (CIA), and she appeared as a guest speaker at the conference ‘Diamonds in The Rough 2008’. Additionally, Aishah led a workshop at Reload 2009, along with her husband, titled ‘Girls & Boys: Adjusting Your Ministry to Be More Gender-Sensitive in an Urban Environment’, she also spoke at Concords very own Marriage Bootcamp, on the Five Love Languages. Lastly, Aishah and her husband taught ‘Christian Living-On A College Campus’ at the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC) for several semesters.

Aishah has served as the Assistant Vice president for membership and as a Director on the board of the Women’s Council at UMKC. She is a member of the American Psychological Association (APA), and the APA’s Division 17: Society of Counseling Psychology. Aishah Parham is the wife of Weston Carr Parham, and the mother to their three children: Eden, Enes, and Weston II.