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Fahmida Zaman, PhD

Fahmida Zaman, PhD

Counseling Adjunct Faculty
  • Assistant Professor
    Counseling Psychology
  • The Chicago School Chicago
Department
Counseling
Address
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Office Location
Office Phone
On-campus Ext.
Email
fzaman@thechicagoschool.edu
Website
Biography
Dr. Fahmida Zaman received her Ph.D. and Masters from Loyola University Chicago. She received a B.S. in Communications with a minor in Business from The University of Illinois at Champaign- Urbana. Prior to her arrival at The Chicago School Dr. Zaman has served refugees, prisoners, immigrants, elderly and homeless populations. Dr. Zaman’s post doctoral training was in psychological testing and geriatric psychology in the San Francisco Bay Area. Dr. Zaman has taught graduate courses in cognitive affective, diversity, psychology of aging, career development, research methods and psychology of the lifespan. Dr. Zaman benefited from clinical training at homeless action center of Alameda County where she worked with the Center of empowering refugees and immigrants in Oakland, CA. Dr. Zaman’s research interests include gender studies, diversity and issues of access in the mental health field. Dr. Zaman has a strong passion for teaching graduate students and fostering their scholarly voice in research and clinical practice within the field of psychology.
Education
  • Loyola University Ph.D
  • Loyola University Masters in Education
  • University of Illinois- Urbana Champaign
Licensure(s)
  • Licensed Clinical Psychologist in California
  • Licensed Clincial Psychologist in Illinois
Areas Of Expertise

Select Presentations

  • Edwards, K. & Zaman, F (2012, July). Degree Attainment in Higher Education with African Americans. Paper presented at 44th Annual International Convention of the American Black Psychologists, Los Angeles, CA.
  • Zaman, F. & Adames, H.Y. (2011, August). Mastering the climb: Minority student mentorship at the master’s level. In H.Y. Adames & F. Zaman (Co-Chairs), Lifting As We Climb: Mentoring Diverse Students Across Educational Levels. Paper presented at the 119th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.

Professional Memberships

  • American Psychological Association