Sirouss Mobed, Psy.D.
My name is Dr. Sirouss Mobed and I was born in Iran in 1960. At the age of 17, I came to the United States to further my education at Worcester Academy in Massachusetts. I would then further my education and gain my Bachelor’s Degree in Science at Worcester State University. Eventually, I would receive two Master’s Degrees. The first Master’s Degree I received was in Education with a concentration in counseling from Worcester State University. The second Master’s Degree in Science with a concentration in Psychology from Carlos Albizu University. My doctorate degree is in Clinical Psychology from Carlos Albizu University. I completed my internship at Sunrise Rehabilitation Hospital in Florida where I worked with spinal cord and brain injury patients.
I have 25 years of work experience consisting of educating, training, changing individuals lives for the better, saving lives, and helping individuals; as well as their families. My work experience also has a wide range of settings. These settings include Alternative Programs for disturbed individuals, crisis/suicide prevention hotlines, hospital, and community mental health settings. I have coordinated outpatient programs, ran a crisis stabilization unit, taught at Universities and worked in private practices. I have worked in Correctional Institutions as a Director and Senior Psychologist for both in and outpatient units. Also, have trained, supervised and hired staff. I have also written a book which is present in the Library of Congress. In 2012, I was awarded the Pride and Passion Award by the State of Florida.