Akhtar Bibi, M.Sc.

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Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy
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D-44787 Bochum


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Fax: +49 (0)234 32 - 14369

Akhtar.bibi@rub.de  
 


 

 

Position

Researcher

 

 

Curriculum VitaeZum Seitenanfang

EDUCATION

2013 MS Psychology, International Islamic university, Islamabad

2008 M.Sc. Applied Psychology, Major in clinical psychology, University of the Punjab, Lahore

2005 Major in Psychology, University of the Punjab, Lahore

2003 Major in pre Medical, Science, Federal board, Islamabad

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Zum Seitenanfang

2015 – present                 Researcher, Center for the Study and Treatment of Mental Health, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany

2006 – 2009                        Shifa International Hospital Islamabad

2007 – 2011                        Pakistan institute of medical sciences (PIMS)

2011 – 2011                        Pakistan ordinance factories (POF) Hospital Wah Cantt

 

 

RESEARCH INTERESTSZum Seitenanfang

•  Trauma and Resilience
•  Cognitive behavior therapy
•  Health psychology

 

 

Teaching ExperienceZum Seitenanfang

•  Lecturer in psychology at National university of modern language(NUML) , Islamabad (27-08-2014 to date)
•  Visiting Lecturer in psychology at International Islamic university, Islamabad (09-09-2013 to date)
•  Visiting Lecturer in psychology at Foundation university, Rawalpindi (16-09-2013 to 25-01-2014)
•  Visiting Lecturer in psychology at SZABIST, Islamabad(03-02-2012 to 30-12-2012)
•  Lecturer in F.G post Graduate college for women Wah Cantt (12-09-2011 to 31-3-2012)

 

 

PublicationsZum Seitenanfang

Bibi, A., Masroor, U.,(2013).Depressogenic Dysfunctional Attitude and Demographic Correlates among patients with conversion disorder: An Exploratory study, JPPS ; 10 (1): 25-29.

Bibi, A., Masroor, U., Dastagir,S., Bano, S., (2013).Relationship between Quality of Life and Depression among Diabetic Patients of Rawalpindi/Islamabad Pakistan ,International Journal of Rehabilitation Sciences (IJRS) .
Volume 02, Issue 02, 10-16.


Bibi, A., Masroor, U.,(2014).Role of depressogenic dysfunctional attitudes, and social support among patients with somatoform disorders. International Journal of Rehabilitation Sciences (IJRS) Volume 03, Issue 02, 11-17.

 

 

 

 

 

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