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Postdoctoral Fellow

Sabah Islam, PsyD


Education: PsyD, MA in Clinical Psychology, University of Denver Graduate School of Professional Psychology; Internship, Emory University Counseling and Psychological Services; BS in Biological Sciences, University of Connecticut

Professional Interests: Working with undergraduate and graduate BIPoC students/students of color, women of color, South Asian & Asian identified students, Muslim students, first generation students, complex trauma (i.e., racial, religious, intergenerational, sexual, relational, etc.) identity development, internalized oppression, immigrant and international student concerns, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, family-of-origin concerns, and men’s issues/masculinity concerns. Her interests are heavily informed by her own identities as a brown, first-generation, South Asian, woman of color.

Personal Interests: Outside of work, Sabah enjoys spending quality time friends, cuddling with her two kittens, exploring nature, weightlifting, catching sunsets, laughing, and connecting with friends, playing volleyball, and cooking for loved ones.