Meet our Program Lead, SSVE
Fakhra is a passionate advocate for mental health and a dedicated educator specializing in psychology and issues related to violence. Her journey in the world of psychology began with a deep love for understanding the intricacies of the human mind, and she has since become a driving force for positive change. Fakhra’s strength lies in her ability to bridge the gap between theory and practice. Her academic journey instilled in her a profound appreciation for the power of research and education to improve the lives of individuals struggling with challenges. As the SSVE Program Lead at SASS, she has made it her mission to provide crucial support to the community, emphasizing the importance of the healing process. Her hope is to improve the lives of survivors and practitioners while contributing significantly to the broader conversation surrounding all forms of violence.
Beyond her professional life, Fakhra’s passion for mental health and human services is complemented by her love for books. She believes that literature has the power to inspire, educate, and heal, and she often recommends books that promote understanding, empathy, and personal growth. Central to Fakhra’s principles is an unwavering commitment to equality and humanity. Her work is guided by the principles of social justice and a commitment to creating a world where all individuals are treated with respect and compassion, regardless of their background or experiences.