Dr. Alia Asmat

Dr. Alia Asmat

Dr. Alia Asmat

Associate Professor

Dr.alia@ucp.edu.pk
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Dr. Alia Asmat has completed her PhD in Clinical Psychology on March, 2017 from Institute of Clinical Psychology University of Karachi. She is certified practitioner of Hypnosis and NLP from NGH USA.
Further, she has been working with different hospitals since 2006; she worked for three years in Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science Punjab Medical College Faisalabad from 2006-2009. Afterwards she joined Institute of Clinical Psychology University of Karachi, 2010-2013. Dr. Alia Asmat has completed 52 hour rotation in PNS Shifa Hospitals Karachi in July, 2011. Moreover, she was the Chairperson of Transformation Chapter Faisalabad from January 2017 to December 2018.
As for as her educational carrier is concerned she started her carrier as a lecturer at Department of Psychology Riphah International University Faisalabad Campus from September, 2014. She was promoted as an Assistant professor on April 2017 and she was there till December, 2018. Dr. Alia joined Department of Psychology, University of Central Punjab Lahore on December 2018 as an Assistant Professor. Currently she is working as an Associate Professor in same department.

MS/PhDClinical PsychologyInstitute if Clinical Psychology2017
M.ScClinical PsychologyUniversity of the Punjab Lahore2006
BachelorArtsUniversity of the Punjab Lahore2004
IntermediateArtsBoard of Intermediate and Secondary Education Faisalabad2002
MetricScience Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Faisalabad2000
Associate ProfessorDepartment of PsychologyUniversity of Central Punjab Lahore2020-till
Assistant ProfessorDepartment of PsychologyUniversity of Central Punjab Lahore 2018-2020
Assistant ProfessorRiphah International University2017-2018
LectureRiphah International University2014-2017
Clinical PsychologistTransformation International2017-2018
1Cognitive functioning and perceived social support predict positive mental health in middle age adults. Journal of Pakistan Psychiatric association. Alia Asmat Saiqa Afzal & Sidra Illays 2020 Y category
2Narcissism and life satisfaction in college students: mediating role of social media addiction. Journal of Pakistan Psychiatric association. Muhammad Adeeb, Sana Waris, Alia Asmat, Saria Rafiq & Sadaf Hafeez 2020 Y category
3Self-Esteem and locus of control in male substance dependents. Journal of Pakistan Psychiatric association. Nighat Haider , Alia Asmat , Salman Zafar , Imtiaz Ahmad Dogar 2020 Y category
4Permissive Parenting style of Parents predicting Psychopathology in their Children. Journal of Pakistan Psychiatric association. Alia Asmat and Uzma Ali 2017 Y category
5Impact of father parenting styles and father’s perception about spouse on childhood outcomes Alia Asmat and Uzma Ali. 2017PJCP Y category
6Anxiety and Depression: A Study of Diabetic Types.FWU Journal of Social Sciences, Summer, Seema Munaf and Alia Asmat 2016, Vol.10, No.1 X-Category
7Parental Satisfaction with Life and Perceived Social Support of Parents of Children with Intellectual Disability. International Journal of Innovation and Scientific Research. Hina Ayaz, Alia Asmat and …….20 No. 2 Feb. 2016
8Job Satisfaction of physicians and teachers on regular verses contract basis jobs; The Professional Medical Journal 2015;22(11):1525-1530.Doi: 10.17957/TPMJ/15.2894 Imtiaz Ahmad Dogar , Samreen Afzal , Dr. Muhammad Arif , Nighat Haider , Alia Asmat
9Anxiety and Depression among Parents of Children with Intellectual Disability in Pakistan, Journal of Canadian Academy of Child & Adolescence Psychiatry, 22:4, November 2013. Muhammad Waqar Azeem, MD, DFAACAP, DFAPA,1 Imtiaz Ahmad Dogar, MBBS, FCPS,2 Snehal Shah, MD,3 Mohsin Ali Cheema, MBBS,4 Alia Asmat, MSc,2 Madeeha Akbar, MSc,2 Sumira Kousar, MSc,2 and Imran Ijaz Haider, MBBS, MRCPsych4
10Well being and psychiatric status of parents of children with Mental Retardation in Pakistan, European Psychiatry: Volume 26, Supplement 1, 2011, Pages 278. I.A.Dogar1 M.W.Azeem2 I.Haider3 M.Wudarsky2 A.Asmat1 M.Akbar1 S.Kousar1
11Self Esteem And Psychosocial Factors Associated With Juvenile Delinquency, A.P.M.C Vol: 4 No.2 July-December 2010. Imtiaz Ahmad Dogar, Wajid Ali Akhwanzada, Asma Bajwa, Nighat Haider, Alia Asmat “Y” Category
12Quality of Life and Stigma Among Epilepsy and Other Mental Patients submitted
13Commuting time on the cost of daily life activities and wellbeing in Pakistan submitted
14Parental bonding and family accommodation as predictor of obsessive-compulsive disorder…. submitted
15Stigmatization and Perceived Social Support Impact on the treatment of Substance Use Disorder (SUD): A Systematic Review….. submitted

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