Profile of Mosammat Nazma Khatun

... Name Mosammat Nazma Khatun
Designation Associate Professor
Last Degree MPhil, MS, BSc
   


ACADEMIC BACKGROUND

M.Phil.                                 Clinical Psychology, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh        2008
M.S.                                     Clinical Psychology, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh        2004
B.Sc.                                    Psychology, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh                     2003

TEACHING ACTIVITIES

University of Dhaka (2008-present)

CPSY503                              Fundamental Principles of Clinical Psychology
CPSY504                              Psychology of Health Problems-I
CPSY506                              Models of Therapy
CPSY601                              Psychology of Mental Health Problems-II & Psychology of Health Problems-II

CLINICAL SUPERVISOR

2010-present                         Provided 100 hours group supervision on CBT
2008-present                         Provided more than 500 hours one to one supervision on CBT


OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

2016-present                         Member, Development of Psychological Assessment Services in Bangladesh, funded by Australian High Commission,                                                         Dhaka, Bangladesh
2015-present                          Coordinator and Supervisor, Child Clinic, Nasirullah Psychotherapy Unit, Dhaka University
2015-present                          Member, Link Committee between Dhaka University and East London National Health Services(NHS), UK
2015-present                          Founder Member, Center for Mental Health and Care, Bangladesh(CMHC,B)
2013-present                          Member, Trust Fund Implementation Committee at Bangladesh, funded by Dr. Nasirullah Trust Foundation, UK

PUBLICATIONS

Journals

Khatun, M. N., Ahmed, A., & Jerin, M. I. (2014). Stress and hope among the patients with cancer. Bangladesh Psychological Studies, 24, 49-56.

Jerin, M. I., Khatun, M. N., & Ahmed, A. (2014). Adaptation of the questionnaire on stress in cancer patient revised (Qsc-r 23). The Dhaka University Journal of Psychology, 37, 23-30.

Siddika, U. S., Khatun, M. N., & Begum, R. (2012). Psychological distress among the primary caregivers of neurotic patients. Bangladesh Psychological Studies, 22, 47-54.

Azad, S. M. A. K., Khatun, M. N., & Chowdhury, K. U. A. (2010). Self-esteem of patients with psychological disorders. The Dhaka University Journal of Psychology, 34, 63-67.

Khatun, M. N., & Begum, R. (2009). Cognitive behavior therapy for patients with paraplegic spinal cord injury. The Dhaka University Journal of Psychology, 33, 35-44.

Mahmuda, A., & Khatun, M. N. (2004). A Study of adjustment with appearance of acid victims. The Dhaka University Journal of Psychology, 28, 21-28.

 

Manuscript in Progress

Khatun, M.N., Ali, S., Khaleque, A., & Rohner, P. R. (in preparation). Relations between perceived parental undifferentiated rejection and children’s negative personality dispositions: A meta-analysis

Ali, S., Khatun, M.N., Khaleque, A., & Rohner, P. R. (in preparation). Pancultural relations between perceived undifferentiated rejection and psychological maladjustment of children and adult off-spring: A meta-analysis

Hossain, S., Khatun, M. N., Chowdhury, K.U.A., Powell, G., McCarter, R & Walton, N. (in preparation). Expectations and Experiences of Post- concussion Symptoms in an Asian Country.

Khatun, M.N., Deeba, F., & Tusher, T.A. (in preparation). Adaptation of Lock-Wallace Short Marital Adjustment Scale.

Khatun, M.N., & Dana, G.P.T. (in preparation). Sexual Behavior of Young Married Couples in Bangladesh: A qualitative Study.

Dana, G.P.T., & Khatun, M.N. (in preparation). Exploring Knowledge and Practices on Family Planning among Married Couples in Bangladesh.
Invited Presentations

Khatun, M. N. (2017, September). Intimacy in Couple Relationship. Invited talk at the Centre for Mental Health and Care, Bangladesh (CMHC, B), Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Khatun, M. N. (2017, August). Application of Interpersonal Acceptance and Rejection Theory into Clinical Practice. Invited talk at the Bangladesh Clinical Psychology Society, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Khatun, M. N. (2017, March). How to minimize gap between parents and young children. Invited talk at the Ministry of Women and Children Affairs, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Khatun, M. N. (2015, June). Mental Health Problems among University Students. Invited talk at the University of Rajshahi, Rajshahi, Bangladesh.
Mosammat N. Khatun Curriculum Vitae 4

Khatun, M. N. (2014, December). Strategies to address post-traumatic stress syndromes. Invited talk at the Department of Social Welfare, University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

TEACHING ACTIVITIES

University of Dhaka (2008-present)

CPSY503                              Fundamental Principles of Clinical Psychology
CPSY504                              Psychology of Health Problems-I
CPSY506                              Models of Therapy
CPSY601                              Psychology of Mental Health Problems-II & Psychology of Health Problems-II

CLINICAL SUPERVISOR

2010-present                         Provided 100 hours group supervision on CBT
2008-present                         Provided more than 500 hours one to one supervision on CBT

FUNDING AND SCHOLARSHIPS


2016                           Training Travel Grant
                                   Department of Clinical Psychology, University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh
                                   Awarded, $2,500 (USD)
2014                           Training and Placement on Systemic Family Therapy
                                   Commonwealth Professional Fellowship, London, UK
                                   Awarded, £ 6,000 (GBP)
2014                           Research Grant
                                   University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh
                                   Awarded, $1,200 (USD)
2008                           M.Phil Scholarship
                                   University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh
                                   Awarded, $1,000 (USD)

TEACHING ACTIVITIES

University of Dhaka (2008-present)

CPSY503                              Fundamental Principles of Clinical Psychology
CPSY504                              Psychology of Health Problems-I
CPSY506                              Models of Therapy
CPSY601                              Psychology of Mental Health Problems-II & Psychology of Health Problems-II

CLINICAL SUPERVISOR

2010-present                         Provided 100 hours group supervision on CBT
2008-present                         Provided more than 500 hours one to one supervision on CBT

Mosammat N. Khatun, M.Phil

Associate Professor,

Department of Clinical Psychology,

University of Dhaka.


Address : 51/G Shahid Minar R/A
Dhaka University, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
nazmacp08@du.ac.bd


 

ACADEMIC BACKGROUND

M.Phil.     : Clinical Psychology, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh      - 2008
M.S.         : Clinical Psychology, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh      - 2004
B.Sc.        : Psychology, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh                   - 2003


PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS


2016                                   Visiting Research Scholar
                                           Department of Human Development and Family Studies
                                           University of Connecticut, USA


2014                                   Commonwealth Professional Fellow
                                           East London, National Health Services, UK
2014 -  presen                    Associate Professor
                                           Department of Clinical Psychology
                                           University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
2012 - present                    MS program Coordinator
                                           Department of Clinical Psychology
                                           University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
2011 - 2014                        Assistant Professor
                                           Department of Clinical Psychology
                                           University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
2008 - 2011                        Lecturer
                                           Department of Clinical Psychology
                                           University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
2006 - 2011                        Research Investigator (part-time)
                                           Naripokkho, Bangladesh

 

CLINICAL PRACTICE


2014 - present                     Practitioner on Systemic Family Therapy under Supervision
2010 - present                     Working on Psychodrama under supervision
2008 - present                     Private Practitioner and Supervisor on CBT
          
PUBLICATIONS

Journals

Khatun, M. N., Ahmed, A., & Jerin, M. I. (2014). Stress and hope among the patients with cancer. Bangladesh Psychological Studies, 24, 49-56.

Jerin, M. I., Khatun, M. N., & Ahmed, A. (2014). Adaptation of the questionnaire on stress in cancer patient revised (Qsc-r 23). The Dhaka University Journal of Psychology, 37, 23-30.

Siddika, U. S., Khatun, M. N., & Begum, R. (2012). Psychological distress among the primary caregivers of neurotic patients. Bangladesh Psychological Studies, 22, 47-54.

Azad, S. M. A. K., Khatun, M. N., & Chowdhury, K. U. A. (2010). Self-esteem of patients with psychological disorders. The Dhaka University Journal of Psychology, 34, 63-67.

Khatun, M. N., & Begum, R. (2009). Cognitive behavior therapy for patients with paraplegic spinal cord injury. The Dhaka University Journal of Psychology, 33, 35-44.

Mahmuda, A., & Khatun, M. N. (2004). A Study of adjustment with appearance of acid victims. The Dhaka University Journal of Psychology, 28, 21-28.

Conference and Workshop Papers

Chowdhury, K. U. A., Jahan, S., & Khatun, M. N. (2017, November). Family therapy practices in Bangladesh: initiatives and challenges from cultural context. Paper presented at the Asian Academy of Family Therapy Conference, Tsukuba, Japan.

Ali, S., Khatun, M. N., Khaleque, A., & Rohner, R. P. (2017). They love me not: A meta-analysis of pancultural relations between perceived parental undifferentiated rejection and psychological maladjustment of children and adult offspring. Paper presented at the Society for Cross-Cultural Research, New Orleans, LA.

Hossain, S., Khatun, M. N., Chowdhury, K. U., Powell, G., McCarter, R., & Walton, N. (2017). Experience of post-concussion syndrome among normal population in Bangladesh. Paper presented at the Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Workshop, Kolkata, India.

Hossain, S., Khatun, M. N., Chowdhury, K. U., Powell, G., McCarter, R., & Walton, N. (2016). Prevalence of post-concussion symptoms in an Asian Country; base rates and the effects of mild traumatic brain injury. Paper presented at the World Congress of the International Brain Injury Association, The Hague, The Netherlands.

Khatun, M. N., & Parveen, S. (2011). Adolescents’ increasing demand and fear of parents: A clinical perspective. Paper presented at the Bangladesh Clinical Psychology Conference, Dhaka, Bangladesh.


Siddique, U. S., & Khatun, M. N. (2011). Psychological vulnerability among the primary caregivers of the neurotic patients. Paper presented at the Bangladesh Clinical Psychology Conference, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Khatun, M. N., Khondker, R., & Rahman, M. M. (2009). Psychology in Bangladesh: Past, Present and Future. Paper presented at the Bangladesh Clinical Psychology Conference, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Manuscript in Progress

Khatun, M.N., Ali, S., Khaleque, A., & Rohner, P. R. (in preparation). Relations between perceived parental undifferentiated rejection and children’s negative personality dispositions: A meta-analysis

Ali, S., Khatun, M.N., Khaleque, A., & Rohner, P. R. (in preparation). Pancultural relations between perceived undifferentiated rejection and psychological maladjustment of children and adult off-spring: A meta-analysis

Hossain, S., Khatun, M. N., Chowdhury, K.U.A., Powell, G., McCarter, R & Walton, N. (in preparation). Expectations and Experiences of Post- concussion Symptoms in an Asian Country.

Khatun, M.N., Deeba, F., & Tusher, T.A. (in preparation). Adaptation of Lock-Wallace Short Marital Adjustment Scale.

Khatun, M.N., & Dana, G.P.T. (in preparation). Sexual Behavior of Young Married Couples in Bangladesh: A qualitative Study.

Dana, G.P.T., & Khatun, M.N. (in preparation). Exploring Knowledge and Practices on Family Planning among Married Couples in Bangladesh.
Invited Presentations

Khatun, M. N. (2017, September). Intimacy in Couple Relationship. Invited talk at the Centre for Mental Health and Care, Bangladesh (CMHC, B), Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Khatun, M. N. (2017, August). Application of Interpersonal Acceptance and Rejection Theory into Clinical Practice. Invited talk at the Bangladesh Clinical Psychology Society, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Khatun, M. N. (2017, March). How to minimize gap between parents and young children. Invited talk at the Ministry of Women and Children Affairs, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Khatun, M. N. (2015, June). Mental Health Problems among University Students. Invited talk at the University of Rajshahi, Rajshahi, Bangladesh.
Mosammat N. Khatun Curriculum Vitae 4

Khatun, M. N. (2014, December). Strategies to address post-traumatic stress syndromes. Invited talk at the Department of Social Welfare, University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

FUNDING AND SCHOLARSHIPS
2016                             Training Travel Grant
                                     Department of Clinical Psychology, University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh
                                     Awarded, $2,500 (USD)
2014                             Training and Placement on Systemic Family Therapy
                                     Commonwealth Professional Fellowship, London, UK
                                     Awarded, £ 6,000 (GBP)
2014                             Research Grant
                                     University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh
                                     Awarded, $1,200 (USD)
2008                             M.Phil Scholarship
                                     University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh
                                     Awarded, $1,000 (USD)

DISSERTATION/THESES SUPERVISED
(GRADUATE STUDENTS)

2016                              Sexual Dysfunction among Bangladeshi Married Women
                                      (Falguni Rani Das: MPhil Dissertation)

2016                              Exploring male perspective on redressing domestic violence
                                      (Mukti Biswas: MPhil Dissertation)

2016                              Mental Health Status in Selected Rural Communities in Bangladesh
                                      (Morium Khanom, M: MPhil Dissertation)

2015                              Effect of Relaxation in Managing Stress for Residential Undergraduate Students
                                      (Khadiza Akter: Master’s Thesis)

2015                              Adaptation of Severity Measure for Panic Disorder – Adult (SMPD-A) in Bangladesh
                                      (Md. Hafiz-Al-Asad: Master’s Thesis)

2015                              Adaptation of Brief Pain Inventory (Short Form) for Cancer Patients
                                      (Ashiquir Rahman: Master’s Thesis)

2015                              Exploring the Challenges of Single Parenting in Bangladesh
                                      (Sirajum Munira: MPhil Dissertation)

2015                              Computer Assisted Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CCBT) for Bangladeshi Population
                                      (Shahana Parveen: MPhil Dissertation)

2014                              Prevalence of Geriatric Depression in Institutional Care
                                      (Shariful Islam: Master’s Thesis)

2014                              A Comparative Study of Emotional Intelligence and Interpersonal Problem of Children reared in Family and the Children of                                                  Institutional Care in Dhaka City    (Md. Shariful Islam: Master’s Thesis)

2014                              A Survey on Eating Attitudes among Adolescents in Dhaka City
                                      (Shahana Parveen: Master’s Thesis)

2014                              Adaptation of Morey’s Schizophrenic Scale in the Context of Bangladesh
                                      (Md. Sazzadur Rahman: Master’s Thesis)
2014                              Effectiveness of Progressive Muscular Relaxation Training (PMRT) in the Management of Pain among Cancer Patients
                                      (Iffat Ara Taslima: Master’s Thesis)
2013                              Assessing Mental Health Problems of Patients with Cancer
                                      (Afroza Ahmed: Master’s Thesis)
2013                              Adaptation of the Questionnaire on Stress in Cancer Patients Revised
                                      (Ismat Jerin: Master’s Thesis)
2013                              Concept About Mental Illness among University Students
                                      (Farzana Akter: Master’s Thesis)
2012                              Psycho- Education for Adults Who Have Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
                                      (Farzana Reza: Master’s Thesis)
2012                              Cognitive Appraisals of Cancer Patients in Palliative Care.
                                      (Mumita Jerin Nilav: Master’s Thesis)
2012                              Coping Strategies among the Patients with Cardiovascular Diseases.
                                      (Tofa Hakim: Master’s Thesis)
2012                              Coping Strategies among Students of Dhaka University
                                      (Maksuda Begum: Master’s Thesis)
 

TEACHING ACTIVITIES

University of Dhaka (2008-present)

CPSY503                              Fundamental Principles of Clinical Psychology
CPSY504                              Psychology of Health Problems-I
CPSY506                              Models of Therapy
CPSY601                              Psychology of Mental Health Problems-II & Psychology of Health Problems-II

CLINICAL SUPERVISOR

2010-present                         Provided 100 hours group supervision on CBT
2008-present                         Provided more than 500 hours one to one supervision on CBT


OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

2016-present                         Member, Development of Psychological Assessment Services in Bangladesh, funded by Australian High Commission,                                                         Dhaka, Bangladesh
2015-present                          Coordinator and Supervisor, Child Clinic, Nasirullah Psychotherapy Unit, Dhaka University
2015-present                          Member, Link Committee between Dhaka University and East London National Health Services(NHS), UK
2015-present                          Founder Member, Center for Mental Health and Care, Bangladesh(CMHC,B)
2013-present                          Member, Trust Fund Implementation Committee at Bangladesh, funded by Dr. Nasirullah Trust Foundation, UK


PROFESIIONAL AFFILIATIONS


International Affiliates           American Psychological Association
Full Member                         International Society for Interpersonal Acceptance-Rejection
Member                                American Society for Group Psychotherapy and Psychodrama
Member                                Bangladesh Psychology Association
Member                                Bangladesh Association of Child and Adolescent Mental Health
Treasurer                              Bangladesh Clinical Psychology Society