Dr kulsoom malik

Dr Kulsoom Jawaid Malik completed her training as Clinical Psychologist from the University of Birmingham UK. She is currently the Director for the London Psychology Centre and Head of Psychology Department UMT Sialkot.


M. Ali Jawad is MS qualified Clinical Psychologist from University of Management and Technology, Lahore with wide range of experience in the domains of special education, orphan’s NGO and school settings for 5 years and more than 1 year excelled as visiting lecturer in UMT Lahore Campus.

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At London Psychology Centre, we aim to position ourselves as leaders in Clinical Psychology in Pakistan. Our aim isn’t to dominate other psychological services, our aim is to create a Clinical Psychology culture where we are continuing to improve services for the local community.

We invite like minded people and services to share ideas for collaboration. It’s time to take London Psychology Centre to the next level.

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Meet the team

Amna Saleem Lodhy is our latest addition to the team. Amna completed her MS in Clinical Psychology from UMT Sialkot.

Amna is a passionate and skilled psychologist who has an amazing knowledge of Sialkot. Her personal clinical goals include reaching out to those people who require clinical psychology interventions but struggle to access them.

She is current working on a psychologically orientated weight management group therapy which will be launching shortly.

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Meet our team

Ali Jawad is our lead Psychologist. He completed his MS in Clinical Psychology from UMT Lahore. He has extensive knowledge in working with adults and children using a variety of psychological models such as CBT, family therapy, psychdynamic etc.

He is keen on working on raising awareness in the community and is currently developing written literature in Urdu for public awareness.

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Thread for #mentalhealth professionals to take into account when going to work tomorrow.
It's been a difficult weekend for the Muslim community. Please check up on your Muslim staff/ colleagues & ask your Muslim service users how they're feeling. 1/12


@SikhYourMind @saiqa_naz @NadiaRSadiq @pakistanmh @Afsana_PhD @MCAPN_CO_UK @SouthAsianMH @BengaliMentalHM @_taraki__ @BMEHAW @MadnessColourOf @WritersofColour Most research on religion and mental health shows that religion has a positive effect (see Harold Koenigs review of religion and health studies). A key factor is the kind of religious coping used - help may be needed to achieve 'positive religious coping' https://t.co/sYpb2w5wj6

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