- Postdoctoral Fellow
Nima Ghorbani, Ph.D., has been a full professor of Psychology at the University of Tehran, Iran. He used to teach Motivation and Emotions, Theories of Personality, Practice of Psychotherapy, Positive Psychology, and Adjustment to Chronic Illness. He has published extensively on the psychology of religion and spirituality in peer review journals. He was trained in Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy (ISTDP) in London in 2013. He then became a certified teacher and supervisor of ISTDP in 2016, through the International Experiential-Dynamic Therapy Association (IEDTA). He worked under supervision as a clinical psychologist in the Institute for Multicultural Counseling and Education Services (IMCES), an APA-accredited clinical program. Dr. Ghorbani is fluent in Persian and has conducted therapy in both Persian and English.