Farah Khushabi

Head of Mentorship

As Dallington’s in-house Psychologist, Farah leads on the Care Programme. Leveraging her extensive training and clinical experience across various settings., Farah has crafted a comprehensive support service tailored to the needs of young people and their families facing complex challenges.

With a deep-seated commitment to advancing the understanding of the psychological effects of affluence on development, Farah is currently pursuing her doctoral thesis on the intricate interplay between an affluent familial upbringing and the formation of adult identity.

Farah remains active on the Rising-Gen programme, furthering her capacity to support Dallington mentees on their journey towards mental wellbeing.


  • DPsych Counselling Psychology – City University of London (Ongoing)
  • Level 1 & 2 Positive Behavioural Support – Association of Psychological Therapies
  • Foundation in Counselling Skills & Studies – Metanoia Institute
  • MSc Psychology – University of Surrey
  • BA International Development Studies – McGill University, Canada
  • Safeguarding 16-25 year olds: England and Wales - NSPCC
  • Suicide Prevention Level 2 - STORM Skills Training