Dr Saba is a highly experienced Clinical Psychologist with a wide range of experience in mental health settings. With a deep understanding of mental illness and psychological distress, Dr Saba utilizes various therapeutic approaches including psychodynamic, cognitive behavior therapy and psychotherapy to facilitate the emotional and psychological growth of clients. Dr Saba is dedicated to helping patients learn how to approach their psychological, emotional, and behavioral problems in a meaningful way by listening to their concerns and developing effective treatment plans.
Dr Sabe holds a PhD in Clinical Psychology from University of Management and Technology, Lahore, Pakistan and is a member of several professional associations, including the American Psychological Association, Australian & New Zealand Mental Health Association, International Society of Substance Use Professionals and Pakistan Association of Clinical Psychology.
Dr Saba provides individual psychotherapy and group sessions to children, adolescents, adults, and older individuals to facilitate social, psychological, occupational, and personal adjustment, allowing them to lead more meaningful and fulfilling lives. In addition to administering and interpreting psychological assessments and testing, Dr Saba is also involved in conducting psychological research and teaching.
Dr Saba’s research seeks to build a holistic bio-psycho-social model to understand vulnerability and resilience to mental health issues, with a focus on improving prevention and early intervention strategies. Dr Saba’s work involves investigating cognitive, emotional, and psychosocial mechanisms underpinning emotional processing and working on early prevention. With extensive knowledge of statistical software programs and the latest statistical analysis in research such as EFA, CFA, Mediation, Moderation, correlation, and regression, Dr Saba can provide clinical and research knowledge in a meaningful way. Dr Saba’s areas of expertise include research methods, statistical analysis, scale development, psychological assessment, clinical interviews, psychopathology, and the process of research.