Hello, I'm Sara Shadabi, a seasoned psychologist with over 15 years of experience in mental health research and treatment. My journey in this field has been driven by a deep commitment to understanding and addressing the complexities of mental, emotional, and behavioral disorders.

Besides holding a Master's degree in Psychology from Iran, I have completed some courses in psychology in Sweden, as well as an International Master of Educational Research from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. My researches, particularly focusing on emotions in adult education and Immigrants .

My career spans diverse roles, including clinical psychologist, university lecturer, and interpreter. I have a rich history of working with women refugees, immigrants, and adolescents, emphasizing cross-cultural understanding and adaptation. In Sweden, I've leveraged my multilingual abilities in Persian/Farsi, Dari/English, and Arabic to facilitate better communication and understanding in various settings.

I specialize in Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), Schema therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), among others. My approach is deeply rooted in evidence-based practices, and I have continually updated my skills through various workshops and certifications.

Outside of my professional life, I'm deeply involved in intercultural activities, providing lectures and training on culture shock, family matters, and integration challenges, particularly for refugees and immigrants. My work in this area is not just a profession but a passion, striving to make a meaningful impact in the lives of those I work with.

I invite you to connect with me to explore how we can work together to address the psychological and educational challenges in our diverse world.

There is emptiness in all humans. It is common for everyone to experience conflicting and bitter emotions and feelings. What makes the result different is how we approach it. By working together, we gain a fresh perspective on issues.It is the best thing you can do for yourself, and I will support you.

Projects include:

1. THE NEW LANDER FOR 2018-2020

By working with new international students in Sweden, I was able to help them become less anxious and more integrated in their new environment. Furthermore, I provided them with resources to assist them in adjusting to their new environment, as well as assistance in social and cultural integration. I also provided support to their families.


Ardaviraf förening and Götebotgs Konsthal conducted a study of the archetypes and symbols behind modern art. This research was designed to identify the underlying themes within modern art as well as examine how art can be used to express ideas and emotions. As part of the study, art was also examined in relation to other aspects of society, including politics and culture.


The project has been implemented in five phases in collaboration with different non-profit organizations:

3.1 stopohorkilling :

In order to stop ohorkilling, we seek to educate people about the issue. We would also like to support organizations that are working to end ohorkilling as well as to raise awareness of the issue, encourage people to take action, and advocate for laws that will protect vulnerable people. In order to create a healthier future for everyone, we want to ensure our message is heard and action is taken. We want to create an environment in which ohorkilling is no longer tolerated.

3.2 Activism by Rahayees:

Improve Iranian group workers' psychological skills through workshops and design education. Rahayee Activism aims to empower Iranian group workers to be agents of social change. In addition to facilitating campaigns to advocate for marginalized communities' rights, they will also be able to come up with innovative solutions to social challenges.

3.3 With teachers in the future:

Developing workshops and education for teachers in a pedagogical perspective. These workshops should focus on topics such as classroom management, teaching methods, and technology integration. They should also emphasize the importance of collaboration among teachers. Finally, the workshops should include opportunities to share best practices and ideas.

3.4 With parents in the future:

Educate parents through workshops. Provide parents with resources on how to help their children with their studies. Offer parents the opportunity to volunteer in the classroom. Encourage parents to get involved in school activities.

3.5 Psychology and ethics:

Design workshops and education for Iranian psychologists. These workshops and education should focus on the importance of ethical decision-making, informed consent, and confidentiality. Additionally, psychologists should be trained in the importance of recognizing and avoiding conflicts of interest.