Saima Bhatti provides counselling and guidance at both FSRI and the Children's Evaluation and Rehabilitation Centre (CERC). She works primarily with children and adolescents with learning, academic and behavioral difficulties.
Saima also provides family therapy for children and families facing learning difficulties and emotional behavioral disturbances. Her areas of interest include emotional behavior concerns, anxiety disorders, and early childhood interventions.
Saima has three master’s degrees; a Master’s in Multidisciplinary studies, including a Special Education certification, from the State University of New York-Buffalof, an MBA from the Imperial College of Business in Pakistan (affiliated with the college in London), and a Master’s in Applied Psychology from the University of Punjab. She has also completed a professional certificate in International Counseling Psychology from Lehigh University in the United States, and TEACCH Autism Program training from the University of North Carolina.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
- Masters in International Counseling Psychology, M. Ed., Lehigh University, 2017
- Masters in Multi-Disciplinary Studies; Special Education, State University of New York at Buffalo
- Masters in Business Administration, Imperial College of Business Studies
- Masters in Applied Psychology, University of Punjab, Pakistan
- Educational, social/behavioral support for individuals with developmental delay and learning differences
- Anxiety Disorder
- Family therapy
- Academic and social adjustment support for pre-teens and adolescents
- Facilitating emotional awareness groups for children and teenagers
- Bilingual therapy (English and Urdu)
- Special Education, State University of New York at Buffalo
- International Counseling Psychology, Lehigh University
- TEACCH, Autism Program, University of North Carolina
- American Psychological Association