What we do

1. Mental Health Services

2. Mental Health Advocacy & Resources

3. Impact Litigation


Since a decade we are striving nationally and internationally to promote and protect psychological health.

About Us

“Sobia Khateeb organization is working to protect and promote psychological health across borders through evidence-based psychological treatments, researches, knowledge dissemination, training sessions and courses and creative initiatives, with a focus on the prevention of psychosexual disorders.”


We Can Save Lives

Our Programs

KEH DO: Youth Focused Project (18-30) KEH DO! is focuses on the fact that no matter what the problem is – stress, drugs, alcohol, depression, anxiety, suicide, relationships, social media or others – the solution always begins with realizing you are not alone and having the courage to say and ask for help. This project provides youth, educators, and parents the skills, opportunity and support to speak up and be heard on the critical topics of today. It enables youth to make positive life choices and parents and educators to support them as they navigate the journey to become healthy, confident adults. KEH DO! currently partners with over 15 middle and high schools in the region. These consist of urban, suburban, public and private schools.

Muje Samjo Project & Family Assistant Program: Women (30+) & Children/adolescent (5 to 18) Mental health — an essential part of women and children’s overall health — has a complex interactive relationship with their physical health and their ability to succeed in school, at work and in society. Both physical and mental health affect how we think, feel and act on the inside and outside. Prevention strategies Our Preventives strategies are addressing multiple risk factors to reduce mental, emotional, and behavioral disorders in childhood and lead to healthy developmental outcomes. Healthy prenatal choices, e.g., refraining from smoking, alcohol, or drug use, and avoiding unintentional toxic exposure, protect the developing brain and are critical for child mental health. Family and academic Based Approach Children: Early physical and emotional abuse is toxic to children and focused in this components.

Transgender and gender diverse people need primary care just as all people do, and yet they frequently experience bias, discrimination, and outright rejection from health care providers. we try to build connection with them and approach transgender-friendly locations (e.g., some faith-based facilities, hospital-sponsored spaces, clubs, health centers, etc.) to provide outreach psychological support We work with children, adolescents, adults and families to explore gender identity development, using a variety of approaches to match your needs and pursue your gender goals.

Psychosexual Counselling and Therapy Service

Who is this service for? Psychosexual Counselling is for anyone with sexual problems, regardless of their relationship status, gender identity or sexual orientation.

How Can I Get Help? Psychosexual Counselling is part of the Sobia Khateeb Foundation as psycho-sexual program and is free of charge. It is available to anyone over the age of 16, living in the Hampshire area and can be accessed by written referral from your GP. 

Who works at the Clinic? Psychosexual counsellor/therapists are SKO staff who have special training and experience in supporting people with sexual problems. All are Accredited Members of the College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists.