Dr. Saba Maroof is a Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychiatrist who graduated from the University or North Caroline at Chapel Hills and Wayne State University and now practices in southeast Michigan.
Dr. Maroof has been involved in interfaith and outreach work for the past 20+ years through her mosque, school, university, medical school, and community. Some of the projects that she has worked on include: starting the mental health services at the Huda Clinic in Detroit, establishing a Michigan chapter of SOSS – Sisterhood of Salam Shalom, MMCC activities, supporting the Islamic Association of Greater Detroit, and other local Muslim mental health initiatives. Additionally, Dr. Maroof lectures medical students and residents on topics concerning mental health, acculturation, bullying and transcultural psychiatry, as well as hosting her own podcast called Unsung Heroes.
Dr. Maroof enjoys teaching, reading and spending time with her husband and four children.