National Institute of Psychology, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad

Dr. Muhammad Ajmal

Centre of Excellence, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad

Community Outreach

NIP Community Outreach

National Institute of Psychology (NIP) believes in enriching the community and is involved in conducting projects that have affected and improved the lives of hundreds of participants through its empirical research and intervention based projects. These projects relate to numerous aspects of psychology. The domains that NIP regularly renders its services include soft skills trainings, adolescent mental health and positive youth development, personality development, selection and recruitment assessment, Emotional intelligence, Human resource management, trainings. etc. These projects are either sought by the Institute through prestigious funding agencies like HEC, United Nations, WHO, CEPAC. Each project is customized to the objectives and aims of funding. The Institute values its outreach and seeks populations that might benefit from its interventions and services. NIP outreach services can be sought to help in planning and implementation of programming at any destination and with any population.

Parenting Resources for Families Affected by Flood

In response to the devastating floods in Pakistan, the National Institute of Psychology (NIP), in collaboration with the Parenting for Lifelong Health (PLH) team at the University of Oxford has prepared evidence-based parenting tips to support families impacted by the ongoing floods in Pakistan. World Health Organization, UNICEF, the Global Initiative to Support Parents, and Shauoor Welfare Organization are also among the partners. These tips are available in English, Urdu, Sindhi, Punjabi, Saraiki, Pushto, Balochi, and Hindko. They offer practical ways in which parents can help themselves and their children cope during the current crisis. All the tips are available in PDF format and are open source to allow sharing on a wider scale. Find the tips here: 

Dr. Sobia Masood is working as a Team Lead from NIP along with a group of volunteer students. The team is currently adapting these tips to different audio-visual formats.