Saadia Hameed

Licensed Educational Psychologist Committed to Enhancing Resilience in Humanity


Licensed Educational Psychologist (#LEP3729)
California Board of Behavioral Sciences

M.S in Clinical Child Psychology
California State University, East Bay

Marriage and Family Therapist Intern (#MFTI 77039)
California Board of Behavioral Sciences

Pupil Personnel Services (PPS) Credential: School Psychology
California Commission on Teacher Credentialing

Nationally Certified School Psychologist Credential (NCSP)
National Association of School Psychologists

Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP) 
International Association of Trauma Professionals

Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy  (TF-CBT)
Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy

Trained Facilitator of Love and Logic Parenting Curriculum   
Love and Logic curriculum

Intervention Case Management (BICM) Certification
Santa Clara County Office of Education

Saadia Hameed is a Licensed Educational Psychologist who is dedicated in serving humanity on a local and international level.  Saadia attended the University of California, Davis before completing a Masters of Science in Clinical Child Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy at California, East Bay.  

Saadia has 10 years of experience working with children, adolescents, and families with diverse cognitive, developmental, and social emotional needs.  Saadia is an Internationally Certified Trauma Specialist and certified in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy.  Saadia is an independent trained facilitator of Love and Logic Parenting curriculum. Saadia is trained in completing comprehensive psychoeducational evaluations and Individual Education Plans.   Saadia is trained in research based mental health curriculum for children and adolescents.  

Saadia has worked at Moreland School District for the last 10 years.  As a School Psychologist, Saadia has taken one of the lead roles in creating a comprehensive model of mental health services, provides direct clinical services to the districts most complex cases, trains staff on research based practices, and provides training to staff on a variety of mental health areas. 

Saadia is currently involved in international humanitarian projects. Saadia provides on-going consultation to various international orphanages and professionals.  Saadia is a team member of the Care Program for Refugees (CPR)  apart of the Al-Alusi Foundation and in collaboration with the Stanford University Medical School.  Saadia has traveled with the CPR team to Amman, Jordan three times to provide training and courses on PTSD and Trauma Focused Psychological Interventions.  Saadia has gained experience conducting presentations and workshops internationally.  

Saadia's most recent humanitarian projects have included creating activity rooms for orphans and refugee children.  Saadia has successfully created a small activity center at Souriyat Across Borders and is working on establishing a second activity center at HOMS League Abroad in Amman, Jordan.