This is Subrina, a graduate student of Family and Child Psychology at the University of Chester, UK. I have been completed my Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Chittagong, Bangladesh. My research topic was based on well-being in both of my master’s courses. I have already co-authored a paper entitled “Coping Strategies: Gender and Age Differences in Adulthood”, which has been published in a local journal. This paper aimed to investigate whether coping strategies vary in terms of peoples’ gender and ages and it was found that though coping strategies do not significantly vary in terms of gender, these strategies significantly vary in terms of age groups.
I have been completed my Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Chittagong, Bangladesh. Recently I am graduated from the University of Chester, UK and have been awarded a Master’s degree from the taught course Family and Child Psychology. I have experience in working with elderly dementia people while I was studying in UK. Additionally, I also worked as a teaching assistant at different high schools in UK.
I will provide service as a mental health therapist. If you want to talk about your emotional or psychological inconvenience, please feel free to contact me.