Mohamad Qasim Abdullah

Editorial Board Member

Department of Counseling Psychology
University of Aleppo, Syria

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Mohamad Qasim Abdullah is currently professor of clinical psychology, Dept. Counseling Psychology, Faculty of Education, University of Aleppo (Syria). Dr. Abdullah received Bachelor of Psychology degree (University of Damascus 1985), And obtained PhD. In Clinical psychology, From Hungarian Academy of Science and University of Budapest (ELTE) "in English" (1992). Dr. Abdullah received many honor certificates, diploma, and Prizes for his contribution, researches and supervision of psychological practice and training programs at couples of Health, Social and Academic organization and institutions. Dr. Abdullah was Vice –dean of faculty education for scientific affairs (1997-2001),Vice-dean of faculty of education for Students and Administrative Affairs (2008-2011), Dean of Faculty of education (20012-2015) and currently, Vice-president of university of Aleppo (2015-present ). Dr. Abdullah has been contributed in many workshops and conferences in the fields of psychological sciences and Special Education, many TV meetings programs. He is a Full member in the Arab Union of Lecturers and researchers, Member and President of many juries and committee at university of Aleppo,President of Committee of student affairs (University of Aleppo),Committee president of National Academic References Standards of Psychological Counseling program (NARS.), Supervisor of Psychological and social support program at university of Aleppo, Editorial Board of Current Opinion in Neurological sciences Journal (CONS) and Psychology and psychological research international journal (PPRIJ). He has published more than 70 article and 27 books in psychological and educational fields.

Research Interest

Psychopathology, Clinical Psychology, Child and Adolescent Psychopathology, counseling theories and psychotherapy. Research and science ethics, Personality theories and clinical implications. Adolescent and child mental health. Topics of positive psychology and psychological research methodology.