Farhat-ul-Ain has completed her MS Health Psychology from the University of Punjab. She has worked as a visiting faculty at the University of Punjab and Minhaj-ul-Quran University. Her research work is primarily focused on self-harm and suicide prevention. Her research work is primarily focused on family systems, belief in just world, self-compassion, self-harm and suicide prevention.
She has five years of experience in different Medical Research Council and Wellcome Trust funded projects on suicide prevention and mental health. She has published multiple research papers including a systematic review titled “A systematic review of the evidence supporting mobile and internet-based psychological interventions for self-harm” (published in 2019, The Journal of Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior), which was awarded as the highest downloaded and studied paper in 2019. She has a keen interest in research methodologies, research designs, and systematic reviews and is always updated with the recent trends. She has conducted multiple training and workshops on ‘How to Write & Publish Paper’ and ‘Systematic Reviews’. She is also working as a reviewer for systematic reviews submitted for different grants in different International Organizations.