Faculty Profile

Mishal Naveed Khan Lodhi


School of Professional Psychology

Department of Applied Psychology

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Mishal Khan Lodhi is a lecturer at the School of Professional Psychology, University of Management and Technology, Lahore. She has done BS in Clinical Psychology from Centre for Clinical Psychology, PU. She has done MS in Clinical Psychology from DCP, UMT in 2019. She has been teaching since 2019 in UMT. She has been involved in clinical and research supervision and she has supervised 1 MPhil and 2 BS group projects. Her research interests lie in community health psychology, neuropsychology, cognitive assessment and intervention. She has worked on a experimental project for devising a manual based program to enhance social skills of institutionalized older adults. Her current research projects lie in the areas of cross cultural psychology, parental practices, community, health and school psychology. Her clinical interest is in Adult Psychopathology and Interventions and she has supervised clinical work of 22 students.

  • Neuropsychology
  • Clinical Psychology
  • Child Psychopathology and Mental Health
  • Psychological strength, perceived social support and psychosocial reactions in university students during COVID-19
  • Resilience, Illness Perception and Meaning in Life in Adolescents with Thalassemia
  • Interpersonal Problems, Conflict Resolution Strategies and Marital Satisfaction in Couples during Transition to Parenthood
  • Perceived Parenting Styles, Executive Functioning, Social Skills Deficit and Emotional and Behavioral Problems in Adolescents
  • Social Skills Deficit, Emotional Regulation, Internalizing and Externalizing Behaviors in Adolescents from Orphan, Separated and Intact Families
  • Perceived Parental Rearing Practice, Psychological Capital and Distress in Native, National and International Immigrant Students
  • Neuroticism, Digital Addiction, Distress Tolerance and Mental Health Problems in Online gamers
  • Grief Reactions, Emotional Regulation and Embitterment in COVID-19 in Bereaved Relatives Pandemic
  • Psychological Strength, Interpersonal Difficulties and Psychosocial Problems in University Students during COVID 19
Name of Organization Designation Start Date End Date
Centre for Clinical Psychology, Punjab University Research Assistant 07-07-2014 14-10-2014
Assisted Living- An Organization for Special Children Clinical Psychologist 10-11-2015 24-03-2016
University of Management and Technology Placement Supervisor 08-10-2019 06-01-2020
Degree Name & Area Year University City,Country
MS Clinical Psychology UMT, Lahore Pakistan
BS Clinical Psychology PU - Punjab University Lahore Pakistan
Position Start Date End Date
Placement Supervisor 08-10-2019 06-01-2020
  • Pakistan Association of Clinical Psychologist
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