Afroza Ahmed, PsyD
Arizona State University, Barrett Honors College
Argosy University, Arizona School of Professional Psychology
Southwest Behavioral Health
“When I was little, I always wanted to be a writer and write stories about different types of people and their lives. I’m, however, very empathic, so I decided to meet those people by working in healthcare – that’s the best way to help people. What attracted me to Mountain Park is its integrated care model; it’s holistic; it’s effective because it treats the entire person.
I’m originally from Bangladesh, and something most people don’t know about me is that I’m a descendant of a royal family. My best accomplishment is my daughter. I’m so proud of her! She is in the third year of her doctoral candidacy in clinical psychology. Every Friday, we go on mother/daughter dinner dates. We love food and trying new places around town. I also like to watch movies, play puzzles, especially Sudoku, and cook Bangladeshi food. I enjoy life, I live in the moment, and I’m grateful for each and every moment.”