Psychology Department
[:en]Juliet Dinkha (Psy.D.)[:][:ar]د. جولييت دنكا (دكتورة في علم النفس العيادي)[:]

Dr. Juliet Dinkha

Licensed Clinical Psychologist (USA)
Associate Professor (AUK)

Dr. Dinkha is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and is an Associate Professor of Psychology at the American University of Kuwait (AUK) since 2005.  Dr. Dinkha is also the chairwoman of the American Business Council of Kuwait (ABCK), whereby she is involved in promoting American business interests in Kuwait. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Purdue University, a Master’s degree and a Doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology from Argosy University. She has published various professional papers and made presentations at local and international conferences.  Dr. Dinkha’s research focuses on cultural issues as it relates to body image, identity, depression, violence prevention, discrimination, motivation and individual satisfaction.  She teaches variety of psychology courses where she engages her students in current research projects, and offers internship and independent study opportunities for those students who are interested in a graduate career in clinical psychology.  In concurrence with her teaching and research activities, Dr. Dinkha is also a psychologist at a private practice whereby she provides personal Coaching/Consultation/ Psychotherapy/Trainings to a diverse client population.  Dr. Juliet Dinkha has had extensive clinical experiences working in the Middle East as well as the United States of America. 

Abstract: Gender culture and organizational attainment View
Abstract: Cross cultural study of violence prevention View
Abstract: Motivation and job satisfaction among women employees in Kuwait View
Abstract: Social tension and suicide among domestic workers in Kuwait View
Abstract: Gendered Reality professional identity and women of color in higher education View
Abstract: Memory and subjectivity among Kuwaiti youths View
Abstract: Psychological well being of Adolescents immigrant students View
Abstract: Understanding Depression View
Abstract: Using digital technology to promote effective education on violence prevention View
Abstract: Altruism and social learning in Kuwait View
Abstract: Cultural influences affecting Asian women teaching in Kuwait View
Abstract: Educational attainment and career success in the GCC View
Abstract: How identity is constructed View
Abstract: The Implications of gender differences and choice of coping strategies on levels of self esteem among adolescents in Kuwait View
Abstract: Psychological impact on gender segregation View
Abstract: Attachment styles and intimate television viewing View
Abstract: The effect of gender and culture on coping strategies View
Abstract: Recognizing the warning signs of violence across the lifespan View
Abstract: The Relationship among TV Violence, Aggression, Anti-Social Behaviors and Parental Mediation View
Abstract: the Risk of Depression and Suicide among University Students of Kuwait View
Abstract: The Effects of Gender and Culture on Coping Strategies View
Abstract: Subcultural Narratives of Pediatric Chronic Illness in the Arab Community View
Abstract: RECOGNIZING THE WARNING SIGNS OF VIOLENCE ACROSS THE LIFESPAN: SAMPLES FROM KUWAIT AND THE USA View
Abstract: Perceived Discrimination in the Arabian Gulf, The Case of Migrant Labor in Kuwait View
Abstract: A Body of Dissatisfaction: a Study of the Effects of Media Imperialism in Kuwait View
Abstract: Body Image View
THERAPY, ASSESSMENT, TRAINING View
CIK Christmas Gala Dinner Coverage in Kuwait Times View
Trip to the Rehabilitation Center and Kuwait Center for Mental Health View
Dr. Juliet Dinkha View
Stop Violence View
Press Release: General Membership Meeting "Back to Business and Networking Night with U.S. Embassy Staff" View
Panel Discussion View
Faculty Achievements View
The American University of Kuwait (AUK) Hosts a Talk by Microsoft View
Depression Brochure View
The American University of Kuwait hosts Anti-violence Forum View
Press Release: General Membership Meeting - Millennium Hotel View
ARAB AMERICANS AND MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES View
Correspondence Magazine: Kaizen Center - Leadership Training View
Correspondance Magazine: Employee Assistance Program in Kuwait View
The American Corner at AUK: ARAB AMERICANS AND MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES View
Faculty Highlight: Dr. Juliet Dinkha & Dr. Nisrine Aboul-Hosn View
TALKING KAIZEN: Interview With Dr. Juliet Dinkha And Dr. Nisrine Aboul-Hosn View