MS Clinical Psychology (UMT, Lahore)
BS (Hons) Psychology (FCCU, Lahore)
Awards and Achievements
2015 Award of Exceptional Academic Excellence MS Clinical Psychology (Institute of Clinical Psychology, UMT)
2015 Patron’s Medal Award MS Clinical Psychology (Institute of clinical Psychology,UMT)
2015 Rectors Merit Award Clinical Psychology (Institute of clinical Psychology, UMT)
2014 Rectors Merit Award Clinical Psychology (Institute of clinical Psychology, UMT)
2013 Cum Laude (Honors) BS (Hons) Psychology Forman Christian College (A Chartered University)
Research Interests: Clinical, Social and Counseling Psychology
Scientific Papers Presentations and Publications
2015 Oral Paper presented on “The Fortitude of Never Diminishing: An Indigenous Scale of Mental Toughness” at 1st National Conference on Indigenizing Clinical Psychology: Issues and Challenges held at Institute of Clinical Psychology, UMT on December 2015.
2015 Poster presented on “A Spark of Art with Autism: An Incredible Girl Who Speaks Through Pictures” at 1st National Conference on Indigenizing Clinical Psychology: Issues and Challenges held at Institute of Clinical Psychology, UMT on December 2015.
Sarah is a former Lecturer at University of South Asia (USA) and is an external examiner at the University of Management and Technology (UMT). She joined FCCU in March 2016.
Sarah’s expertise is in clinical and therapeutic techniques and she is qualified for psychological assessment, clinical formulation and psychotherapy.
She is deeply passionate about her family and the relationships she has with her peers, mentors and colleagues. She enjoys the reflective process and considers herself a simple person, committed to values and morality and is a lover of art and creativity. She likes to interact with, and listen to people, helping them work through their problems without any discrimination and with an unbiased opinion. Sarah wants to create a community of optimistic, yet realistic individuals and seeks to combine her career and passion by guiding people towards success. When asked why Sarah chose a career in counseling, she speaks about the value and compassion involved in helping people counter the ups and downs that shape who they are. She has learned with time that her greatest reinforcement lies not in the awards or certificates but in the acceptance of her own self with all her strengths and weaknesses, and the self-confidence she tries to foster around herself. She aims to follow up on her weaknesses till they become her strengths, which will then become her gift to all she interacts with.