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Dr kulsoom malik
DCLINPSY

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
CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST

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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1 day ago

London Psychology Centre

We hear you. Stop asking people when they are going to have children!Reasons why we should stop asking couples when they’re having kids:
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• They aren’t ready for kids
• They don’t want kids
• They’re having fertility challenges
• They’ve had a miscarriage
• It’s not our business
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We never know when we might be throwing salt on a wound. Also, it’s likely not our business. Also, not everyone wants to have children.
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#kids #children #couples #miscarriage #infertility #childlessbychoice #childless
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2 days ago

London Psychology Centre

Under the capes of superhero’s may be intense pain and suffering. Super women...we are with you. You don’t have to go it alone.For the woman whose husband makes an "extra stop" after work every evening.

For the woman who is mourning the loss of a pregnancy that nobody else knew about.

For the woman who still leads from the front even although she’s lost inside.

For the woman who was fired for her fourth late because she has been awake for a straight week with a sick child.

For the single mom who doesn't know how the utilities are going to stay on this month.

For the woman who has gone through 2 IVF's and has tried for five years without success but still shows up to every baby shower for her friends.

For the woman who still hasn't forgiven herself for the abortion that she had 20 years ago.

For the woman who has a line of judging eyes at her and her children as she counts out coins or has to put something back at the supermarket.

For the woman that opens the door to the news of her husband being killed overseas three weeks before he was to return home.

For the woman that lives with a quiet anxiety because nobody understands what you could possibly be stressed about.

For the woman that gives to her family all day- everyday and just needs a break.

For the woman that smiles at strangers all day in public- but weeps silently every night.

For the woman who has wanted to end it all but found strength to carry on.

For the woman that heard the rumour about herself at church today.

For the woman sleeping next to a stranger every night.

For the woman whose genetics will never allow her to look like the ones in the magazines.

For the woman that endures one broken relationship after another because there was no father around to teach her what love looks like.

For the woman raising a fatherless daughter and praying that history doesn't repeat itself.

For the woman who loves with all her heart who’s desperate to be loved.

For every single woman that cries in the shower so that nobody else can see. Because if you aren't strong-nobody is.

Just because the water washes your tears doesn't mean that you don't cry. Just because you cry doesn’t mean that you’re not strong enough to handle it.

I am you. I see you. I am with you, I cry with you. I love you.
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3 weeks ago

London Psychology Centre
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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
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@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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