Bahareh Sahebi

Bahareh Sahebi

Bahareh Sahebi

Adjunct Faculty , Master of Science in Education


Dr. Bahareh Sahebi is a core faculty member of the MS in the Marriage and Family Therapy Program at Northwestern University’s Center for Applied Psychological and Family Studies. She holds a doctorate in psychology in clinical psychology and is a practicing licensed marriage and family therapist at The Family Institute at Northwestern University. Dr. Sahebi teaches Child and Adolescent Development (MSEd 405) in the MS in education program within the School of Education and Social Policy at Northwestern University.



Year Degree Institution
2019 Postdoctoral Fellowship Program The Family Institute at Northwestern University
2017 Predoctoral Psychology Internship (APA accredited) The State of Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services
2017 Psy.D., Clinical Psychology Illinois School of Professional Psychology
2012 M.A., Marriage and Family Therapy Adler University
1999 B.A., Psychology, Sociology Northern Illinois University

Research Interests

Dr. Sahebi is a trained scholar practitioner and has a vast interest in translational sciences related to intimate partner relationship health outcomes, cross-cultural psychological and family studies, and culturally-informed parenting practices. More recently, Dr. Sahebi has been involved in publications related to clinical practice and training efforts during the COVID-19 global pandemic. A number of Dr. Sahebi’s scholarships have also focused on program development and expansion efforts within mental health agencies as well as in corporate settings.