Ms Aisha Bano, international affiliate APA joined FAST as lecturer-Psychology and students’ counselor in Fall, 2018. She has served at Army Burn Hall College for Girls, Abbottabad as lecturer and students’ counselor from 2012 to 2015. During her stay at ABHCG, she was commended by Gen. Pak Army for conferring good results. She worked at Aga Khan University Hospital Karachi (2011). She has also served in the Health Department as psychologist and was deputed at the Punjab Institute of Mental Health, Lahore & Mayo Hospital, K.E.M.U Lahore for a period of one year. She has been actively participating in national & international conferences by presenting her work at International CBT Conference Peshawar Medical College, Peshawar (2014), International Congress of Psychology, Japan (2016), and International Conference of Psychology on Peace & Conflict at COMSATS, Lahore (2017). Her professional expertise includes services as external examiner HSSC, FBISE, & BS Peshawar University.
Bano, A., & Kazmi, S.F. (2017). Psychopathy as Predictor of Machiavellianism among Undergraduate Students in Hazara Division. Proc. 1st International Conference on Peace, Conflict and Violence: Challenges and Resolution Strategies, COMSATS Lahore, Pakistan- November 29-30.
Bano, A. (2014). Impact of Cognitive Behavior Therapy on Client Having Symptoms of Adjustment Disorder with Anxiety: A Case Study. Presented at 5th International CBT Conference Peshawar Medical College, Peshawar, Pakistan-December 20-21.
- M.Phil(Philosophy), Hazara University, Mansehra, Pakistan (2017)
- M.Sc(Psychology), University of the Punjab, Pakistan (2005)
- B.A(Psychology), University of the Punjab, Pakistan (2001)