HELPING YOU FIND YOUR OWN PATH
Ever since I was young, I knew I wanted to help people. I just didn't know in what capacity. Throughout the years, I have had different experiences that eventually led me to a professor who inspired me to obtain my Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology. Through these experiences, I have had the fortune to contribute towards public and officer safety in my career within the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, as well as to help people in my private practice.
My goal is to help people realize that they have the power to create the world they want to live in. Life has many hardships. However, it is possible to either see the world a little bit differently or to behave in a different manner where the opportunities for joy are greater. By working together, we can find these opportunities.
Education and Professional Associations
Board Member - Boys & Girls Club of Ottawa 2010-present
Registered Clinical Psychologist College of Psychologists of Ontario (#3453) 1999-present
Damji Budhwani, T. (1998). Acculturative and marital stress: The moderating roles of spousal support, linguistic self-confidence, and self-esteem. Thesis
Damji, T., Clément, R. & Noels, K. (1996). Acculturation mode, identity variation and psychosocial adjustment. Journal of Social Psychology, 136, 493-500
Damji, T. & Lee, C. (1995). Gender role identity and perceptions of Ismaili Muslim men and women. Journal of Social Psychology, 135, 215-223.