IP Alumna Rabia Waqar Khan Achieves Milestone in Psychological Research and Professional Affiliations
The Institute of Psychology at Beaconhouse National University is proud to announce the remarkable achievements of its distinguished alumna, Rabia Waqar Khan. A prominent member of the Beaconhouse National University community, Rabia has not only excelled in her professional journey but has also contributed significantly to the field of psychology through her recent publication.
Rabia Waqar Khan, a dedicated alumna of the Institute of Psychology, earned her Master's degree in Clinical and Counselling Psychology in 2012. Since then, she has pursued an illustrious career, and her recent accomplishment involves co-authoring a publication with one of her trainee students, Mr. S. Ahmad. The article, titled Empowering Care: A Clinical Case Report of Severe Intellectual Disability Disorder in a Teenage Boy, was published in the prestigious Journal of Scientific and Technical Research (Volume 52, Issue 2, 2023).
This publication sheds light on a critical case involving a teenager with severe intellectual disability disorder, showcasing Rabia's expertise and commitment to advancing the understanding and treatment of complex psychological issues.
Rabia Waqar Khan's affiliations with esteemed organizations further underscore her commitment to excellence in the field of psychology. She is a proud member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), the British Psychological Society (BPS), the American Psychological Association (APA), and the Pakistan Association of Clinical Psychologists (PACP). These affiliations highlight her dedication to staying at the forefront of global psychological research and practices.
Reflecting on her transformative journey, Rabia expressed her gratitude to the Institute of Psychology at Beaconhouse National University, emphasizing the invaluable experiences gained during her academic tenure. She particularly acknowledged the mentorship of Dr. Ruhi Khalid and the comprehensive pedagogical approach of Beaconhouse National University, which seamlessly integrated theoretical principles with practical applications.
Rabia's seven-year tenure as a Lecturer at IP BNU, coupled with her international engagements with renowned therapy centers, has played a pivotal role in her personal and professional growth. The faculty's exceptional guidance and unwavering dedication, combined with BNU's global recognition, have contributed to Rabia becoming a competent and self-assured professional, successfully realizing her career aspirations.
BNU extends its warmest congratulations to Rabia Waqar Khan on her achievements and looks forward to witnessing her continued contributions to the field of psychology.