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Samir Hamdache

Clinical Psychologist
M.A.

Abu Dhabi


Samir Hamdache is a Clinical Psychologist at ACPN with experience working in the GCC region as Chief Clinical Psychologist. He completed his Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from the Lebanese University of Beirut in 1993 obtaining credentials from the University of Toronto, Canada. He pursued his Bachelor’s degree from Lebanese University in Beirut as well. He has also completed the Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) course sequence with Florida Institute of Technology, USA in the year 2017.

Mr. Hamdache’s experience spans over two decades in the field of Clinical Psychology. Before moving to Abu Dhabi in 2020, Mr. Hamdache worked as Specialist Team Leader in Behavioral Psychology in GCC specializing in behavioral and psychological treatment particularly with developmental disabilities including autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, Rett syndrome, and Asperger syndrome. Upon completing his BCBA course sequence in 2017, he worked with Canadian Team Consultants for a span of two years on behavioral intervention using ABA therapy. Mr. Hamdache’s is well experienced in leading multidisciplinary rehabilitation teams to bring positive outcomes for clients using the behaviorist approach to treatment.

Mr. Hamdache’s skills are rooted in psychological assessments and designing therapeutic interventions. Having worked with people of determination closely, he collaborates with therapists and families in educating and counseling them to ensure therapy is delivered consistently across different settings. With his deep knowledge and experience, Mr. Hamdache works with children and adults with presentation of anxiety disorders including panic disorder, social phobia, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), as well as autism spectrum disorders and other mental disabilities, and other behavioral challenges.

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