About Dr. Sajid

It is imperative to support a diverse environment, equality in all measures of life and inclusivity of not just humanity but ideas, morals, and values.  In an effort to support these principles in my work and life, I strive to peel back the layers applied to the complexity of individual differences that contributes to the diverse makeup of how we show up in our daily lives. I value a collaborative process that focuses on your needs in a safe space to offer you the tools that can help you heal and change.

I approach therapy from a trauma and culturally informed perspective interwoven with multicultural feminist and relational frameworks. I integrate Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and Trauma-focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Additionally, I have worked in a variety of settings with diverse populations that include schools, medical centers, community mental health, and a college counseling center. I specialize working with adolescents, emerging adults, and adult populations. My areas of interest include personal difficulties, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, major life transitions, racial/ethnic identity issues, gender identity, social justice and advocacy, and trauma and recovery.

Education and Experience

Clinical Postdoctoral Fellowship

Crisis and Triage Track


University of Colorado-Boulder
Counseling and Psychiatric Services

Predoctoral Internship 


Wasatch Behavioral Health

Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology


Wright State University

Psy.M Master of Psychology


Wright State University

B.A. in Psychology


Purdue University

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