My name is Marina Khan by profession I am a Clinical Psychologist, M.Phil Clinical Psychology from Institute of Professional Psychology, Bahria University Karachi and earned a Bachelor degree in Professional Psychology from Institute of Professional Psychology, Bahria University Karachi. I during my education worked in a non-profit and private organization as a rehabilitation practitioner and clinical psychologist and a trained Psychiatric Rehabilitation Practitioner along with it I also served as a volunteer for Help International Welfare Trust which work for underprivileged Thalassemia patients as well as she served as a media head in organizing various seminars on community awareness, empowerment and development. I am also trained in Illness Management and Recovery Program (IMR) which involves rehabilitating psychiatric patients. I am also a social activist trained in Active Citizen Program by British Council and initiated a project on Women Empowerment in a group to develop entrepreneurship in women of an underprivileged class who have stitching skills but do not find a way to express their work and get deserving benefits. For this project I was also selected for National Exchange Program 2014 by British Council and visited Peshawar, Pakistan to understand the social issues people of this city face and met heads of different community serving organizations and social activists. I have also started giving training to people on required topics by organizations like Active Procrastination to University students. In future I more interested to work for breaking stigmas related to psychology and social cultures which stops people from being themselves and do not let them think without the thinking that there is no box. I am also interested to become a motivational speaker to ignite the hidden fire and talent of people who somewhere in the darkest part of their heart and mind know that they can do wonders.
Psychological Assessment, Therapy, Counseling, Report Writings, Group Therapy, Mental Health Awareness Camps