Ambrin Masood, Ph.D, LCPC

Ambrin F. Masood, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor for the Department of Rehabilitation and Human Services at Montana State University Billings, Montana, a licensed school psychologist and a licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor. She earned her PhD in School Psychology from Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama. Her masters are in Clinical and Experimental Psychology. She has years of experience in psychological testing and therapy as a school psychologist. Her specialty is working with teens with eating disorders and self-esteem issues. She serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Public Health Issues and Practices and Journal of Educational and Developmental Psychology. Her main interest is in cross-cultural research and research on parenting and resiliency in children. She has authored articles in the areas of personality, mental disability, language and resiliency in youth. She has given back to her community through educating people about resiliency, culture, stereotypes and prejudice.

Ambrin provides the following specialized counseling services:

  • Psychological Testing
  • Teens
  • Eating Disorders
  • Self-Esteem Issues
  • Anxiety
  • Trauma
  • Adolescent Struggles and Resiliency
  • Educating Parents, Youth and Individuals about Resiliency, Culture, Stereotypes and Prejudice.
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