Nahla earned her Master degree in Special and Inclusive Education from the University College London. She then earned a Diploma in school Neuropsychology and finished her board testing and observation hours in the United States to become a Board Certified School Neuropsychologist.
She was one of eleven chosen American Certified School Neuropsychologists who made up a clinical panel for discussing the Woodcock Johnson test of Achievement and Attainment, Fourth Edition and possible changes for the Fifth Edition committee.
She is also currently working on her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from California Southern University.
Nahla’s work experience is with children age 3 to 18. Her areas of interest and work experience were within inclusive schooling as well as supporting children with school difficulties. Her work further extended to focusing on diagnostic evaluations and assessments of children for guiding intervention and accommodations in both clinical and school setting. Her areas of interest and expertise are: attention, hyper activity, memory, language and communication difficulties, learning difficulties and cognitive delay. Her work includes working on evaluations and assessments as well as therapy for children, parents and consultation with schools and teachers. Her work experience extends to
eighteen years in the field of child psychology.