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Department of Clinical Psychology organizes workshop on counseling and guidance skills for PAF personnel
December 26 - 28, 2012
 
The Department of Clinical Psychology held a three day workshop on counseling and guidance for the personnel of the Pakistan Air Force. Dr Zahid Mahmood was the resource person. The participants were PAF officers including three psychologists. The group was also joined by two PhD scholars and the main faculty of the Department including Dr Sadia Saleem, Sara Subhan, Anam Bashir and Officer Academics Sana Daud. Basic counseling techniques, interview, personality assessment, assessment and management of post traumatic stress disorder were covered in the workshop in a discursive and interactive manner.

Prof Dr Abdul Hameed, Dean, SSS&H, concluded the workshop and appreciated the fact the PAF Training Headquarters have sent their personnel for training a UMT Department of Clinical Psychology. Such links, he said, are valuable for everyone concerned. He offered a number of ways to foster links between PAF and UMT in the near future. Group Captain Imran Ehsan, in-charge of Training PAF, found the workshop very helpful and welcomed suggestions for continuing future contacts. He agreed to support the possibilities of mutual cooperation between PAF training and the Department of Clinical Psychology and UMT in the future. At the end, Dr Hameed distributed certificates to the participants.
 
 
 
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