Tooba, a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, has significantly contributed to Camali Clinic. Her academic journey encompasses a gold medal awarded B.A. (Hons.) in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from the prestigious University of Karachi, Pakistan, reinforcing her standing and effectiveness in the field.
Embodying the conviction that individuals inherently possess the potential to lead fulfilled, accomplished lives, Tooba leverages psychotherapy to help them tap into their internal resources. She aligns her therapeutic approach with core practices of psychotherapy, training for behavioural changes, and talk therapy that addresses life’s meanings, goals, and choices.
Tooba’s dedication expands to numerous regional articles and various psycho-educational workshops, presentations, and webinars tailored for hospitals and corporate companies. She encourages the broader community to recognize and normalize the process of seeking help for mental health issues.
Complementing her academic and work experiences, Tooba exhibits remarkable patience, exceptional communication abilities with her team, children, young people, and adults, and a deep respect for patient confidentiality. Her extensive training has allowed her to work in clinical settings with clients with severe and enduring difficulties, employing suitable therapeutic clinical approaches to each unique case.
Moreover, Tooba was momentarily involved in Camali’s School Readiness Program. Catered to social integration and fundamental academic skills, this program lays the foundation for children to transition smoothly into mainstream schooling.
- B.A. (Hons.) Psychology, University of Karachi, Pakistan.
- M.A. Clinical Psychology, University of Karachi, Pakistan.
- Certified Adult Mental Health First Aider (MHFA England)
- Dubai Healthcare City Authority Regulatory (DHCR), Dubai, UAE
Areas of expertise:
- Clinical psychology
- Mood disorders (e.g. depression), Anxiety disorders (e.g. OCD, social anxiety, phobia), low self-esteem, relationship issues, personal exploration, lack of motivation and unresolved issues with the past.