She is a TA Psychotherapy Practitioner and has worked in mental health for over ten years helping a variety of clients suffering from a range of psychological and psychosocial issues. She has worked with MIND in Bradford and New MIND Counselling Service (NMCS) formally part of North Kirklees MIND for ten years, where she is the Deputy Chair for the board of Trustees. Uzma works using a Transactional Analysis integrative framework adapting the model of therapy, to meet the religious and cultural needs of a diverse range of clients. Uzma has completed the following academic studies; a degree in Psychology (BSc), a Diploma in TA (Transactional Analysis) psychotherapy, a Certificate in TA psychotherapy and is registered with the UKCP (United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy).
Recent Conference/training presentations
2015 September, Manchester Institute For Psychotherapy. Introducing an Islamic Theory of Personality and it’s Relevance to TA and mainstream psychotherapy.
2017 October, Manchester Institute For Psychotherapy. Islamic Psychology and it’s Relevance for TA.