Lahore Children's Centre 65-A, Main Boulevard, Gulberg II, Lahore - Pakistan T : +92 42 35752962, +92 42 35753449, +92 321 4737948

Our Team

Amina Ali

CEO

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Dr Mariam Haider

Educational Psychologist

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Dr Tanya Soomro

Developmental Pediatrician

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Dr Usama Sabzwari

Psychiatrist

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Hareem Sumbul Bari

Lactation Consultant

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Aemen Rubbab

Speech and Language Pathologist

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Ayesha Awan

Speech and Language Pathologist

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Furheen Arshad

Speech and Language Pathologist

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Mehwish Hanif Rana

Speech and Language Pathologist

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Umna Islam

Speech and Language Pathologist

Aliya-OT-LCC

Alia Javed

Occupational Therapist

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Linta Amir

Occupational Therapist

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Waseem Hassan

Occupational Therapist

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Falak Wahla Akhtar

Mental Health Counsellor

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Natasha Barlas

Behaviour Therapist and Educational Psychologist

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Rao Bukhtawar

Behaviour Therapist

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Bismah Tayyab

Clinical Psychologist / Counsellor

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Munazza Saeed

Special needs teacher

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Rao Bakhtawar

Special needs teacher

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Naima Abdul Rahim

Remedial Teacher for Dyslexia

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Dr Syeda Rafia Mansoor (PT)

Physiotherapist

Shagufta Hassan

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Lahore Children’s Centre (LCC) was established in 2011 as a multidisciplinary facility specializing in the diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment of children with developmental disabilities. At LCC, we aim to work with children and their families using a unique, tailor-made program appropriate to the individual requirements. To carry out our programs we maintain a highly qualified full-time and part-time team of specialists, as well as trained volunteers.

Our integrated intervention programs focus on developing a child’s individual needs in the areas of: Early Childhood Academic and Readiness levels, Speech and Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Feeding, Socialization Skills and Behaviour Therapy.

We also offer ongoing family support services, workshops and trainings for parents, caregivers, and teachers.

Thanks to the hard work of our specialists and the positive feedback from our clients, we are committed to developing and furthering our services in order to fulfil the diverse needs of our children and their families in the best way possible. I would like to say thank you for trusting us with the care of your children.

Detailed in this brochure are a wide range of assessment tools and more information about services provided at LCC. We hope to give you a comprehensive understanding of all that we offer. If you have any further queries or suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact a member of staff or myself.

Sincerely,

Shagufta Hassan is a licensed Marriage and Family therapist. She did her Masters in Psychology from Seton Hall University in New Jersey, USA. Followed by a two year training course in Marriage & Family Therapy at Seton Hall University, New Jersey. She has almost 10 years of experience in treating families, couples, adolescents and children at a Community Mental Agency where she coordinated the sexual abuse and domestic violence program. She also facilitated group therapy for women with postpartum depression. In her private practice in New Jersey, she provided 45-minute one-on-one counseling to adolescent and post-adolescent females with self-esteem and relational issues. She has extensive experience in treating people with mood disorders, children’s conduct disorders, adolescent adjustment disorders and eating disorders in young adult women. She has helped parents of children on the autism spectrum and chronic physical illnesses deal with the anxieties related to these issues. Research indicates that family therapy or counseling acts as a supportive tool for families dealing with behavioral or developmental challenges in their children. She is a member of the American Association of Marriage & Family Therapy.

Shagufta Hassan is a licensed Marriage and Family therapist. She did her Masters in Psychology from Seton Hall University in New Jersey, USA. Followed by a two year training course in Marriage & Family Therapy at Seton Hall University, New Jersey. She has almost 10 years of experience in treating families, couples, adolescents and children at a Community Mental Agency where she coordinated the sexual abuse and domestic violence program. She also facilitated group therapy for women with postpartum depression. In her private practice in New Jersey she provided 45 minute one-on-one counseling to adolescent and post adolescent females with self-esteem and relational issues. She has extensive experience in treating people with mood disorders, children’s conduct disorders, adolescent adjustment disorders and eating disorders in young adult women. She has helped parents of children on the autism spectrum and chronic physical illnesses deal with the anxieties related to these issues. Research indicates that family therapy or counseling acts as a supportive tool for families dealing with behavioral or developmental challenges in their children. She is a member of the American Association of Marriage & Family Therapy.