Farheen Sadeque - Camali Clinic

Farheen Sadeque

Behaviour Analyst Technician BSc. (Honours) in Psychology with Human Resource Management

Farheen is the Lead Teacher for the School Readiness Program and a Behaviour Therapist at Camali Clinic. Born and raised in the UAE, Farheen completed her BSc. (Honours) in Psychology with Human Resource Management from Middlesex University Dubai. Following this, she attained her Masters in 2019 specializing in Special and Inclusive Education from UCL Institute of Education in London, UK, a leading university in the world for education. Additionally, she has also been a member of the BACB as a Registered Behaviour Technician since 2015.

Farheen has over 5 years of experience in the education and psychology field. She has worked with a diverse group of children of different age groups in schools, clinics and home-based settings. Her primary areas of focus are based on pedagogies of behaviour management and special education and inclusion of children with additional needs. Along with providing one-to-one therapy, she also has expertise in providing vocational support and social skills support to children with additional needs such as ADHD/ADD, autism, down syndrome, cerebral palsy, developmental delay, dyslexia, speech impairments and intellectual difficulties. Farheen also worked as a Special Educator in a school based in the UAE, where she led her own classroom catering to children with additional needs. In this role she provided supervision and training to support teachers, equipping them with skills essential for behavioural, social and academic interventions. Furthermore, Farheen also has experience working with children of refugee families during her time in the UK. She facilitated and supported social skills development through social groups and vocational activities.

Farheen is keen on promoting positivity to boost the development of educational goals and life skills among the children she works with. She believes in fostering an environment where children can learn at their own pace based on their needs, interests, and abilities. She understands the importance of collaborative teamwork between parents, teachers and clinicians and she encourages adopting open communication strategies to ensure the overall well-being of children.