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Psychology and Mental Health Resource Links
Dr. Mohiuddin Ahmed's Home Page

This Web page is intended for dissemination of information on mental health and psychology related topics. The Web page primarily consists of indexing various available on-line sites with acknowledgments cited for the sites that are indexed. Organization of subject matters and selection of specific websites for indexing are subject to future changes, and Dr. Ahmed is open for suggestions and  ideas to improve the website. The Web page will be updated from time to time.

Click here to read about Dr. Mohiuddin Ahmed's publications, research interests, work activities and bio-data.

A comprehensive resource link to various subject matters in psychology and mental health with links to online resources, journals, books and research by Center for Psychological Resources from Ahtabasca University

Introduction to Psychology

These sites relate to basic ideas about what psychology is all about, what psychologists do, and mind-body relationships.

Physiological Psychology: 

These sites are primarily from Dr. Boreree's excellent online chapters on physiological psychology and brain behavior functions and other relevant Internet sites:

A Brief Biographical Sketch of Mohiuddin Ahmed, Ph.D.

Mohiuddin Ahmed received his B.A. (Hons.) and M.A. in Philosophy from Dhaka University, Bangladesh.  He was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to study in the US. He received M.S. in clinical psychology from Long Island University, Brooklyn, New York, and Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He did his clinical internship at Winnebago Mental Health Institute. He has had teaching experiences in Bangladesh (University of Dhaka), Philippines (Ateneo De Manila), and the United States (Northeastern University).

Dr. Ahmed has had 40+ years of clinical practice experience in various inpatient and outpatient psychiatric facilities, such as mental retardation, mental health and substance abuse agencies, and nursing homes. He was also involved in active private practice in Rhode Island and Massachusetts, and provided consultation to public school special education programs as well as to collaborative educational programs serving the special needs children.  Dr. Ahmed was extensively involved in graduate student training in their internship or practicum training placements, and has been actively involved in mental health research and publications.  

The following is a list of agencies that Dr. Ahmed has been associated with either as a staff member or as a consultant in Massachusetts and Rhode Island over a period of 40 years: Wrentham State School, Taunton State Hospital, Community Care Alliance RI (NRI Community Services), Human Resource Institute , Community Counseling Center, Peoples Inc., Versa Care, Family Resource and Action Center, Blackstone Valley Youth and Family Collaborative, BICO Educational Collaborative, and NRI Educational Collaborative, Rhode Island Youth Guidance Center, Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission, and Med Options, Inc.(where he provided psychological services to nursing home clients).

 Dr. Ahmed was involved in supervising a large number of graduate Ph.D. and Master’s level students in psychology while he was associated with Taunton State Hospital, NRI Community Services, Versa Care, and RI Youth Guidance Center. Many of these students were associated with URI clinical psychology program, where Dr. Ahmed served as Adjunct Professor, and from  Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology.

 Below is a partial list of research programs of Dr. Ahmed: 

Current and Recent  Work Activities:  


Dr. Ahmed recently posted two articles in ISPS-US Newsletter,   one  outlining his recent and projected professional and publication related activities: ISPS-US  Newsletter, December, 2016 (pp 9-15), and the other on the use of existential perspectives and positive redirection in working with people with psychosis (pp7-9): ISPS-US Newsletter, March, 2017

Dr. Ahmed in collaboration with Professor Charles Boisvert of Rhode Island College published a book in 2013 on a psychotherapy model, called Mind Stimulation Therapy. This model was developed  in the context of  Dr. Ahmed's years of clinical work experience in various settings with clients across life spans(e.g.,  inpatient psychiatric facilitates, community mental health centers, outpatient practice, special education programs,  nursing homes, etc.), and  the Mind Stimulation Therapy model was further refined, developed, and  formalized through  his long-time years of  collaborative work with Professor Boisvert,  who was a student-extern  for six years attending URI Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program at NRI Community Services, whom he supervised, and  continued to collaborate on various aspects of mind stimulation related publications  and various workshop presentations over a 20+years. 

See Mind Stimulation Therapy: Cognitive Intervention for Persons with Schizophrenia by Mohiuddin Ahmed and Charles Boisvert, Routledge, NY, 2013


Dr. Ahmed also enabled posthumous publications of Jay D. Paul, who left some of his writings with Dr. Ahmed before he passed away (in consultation with Jay D. Paul's parents). Dr. Ahmed used elements of Mind Stimulation Therapy Model, specifically computer facilitated collaborative therapy dialogue with Paul.  See footnotes to his two  articles published in Schizophrenia Bulletin:

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