Mohib Rehman is a PhD student in Family & Child Studies at the department of Individual, Family, and Community Education of UNM. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Information Technology, master’s degree in Mass Communication, and another master’s degree in Communication. He is currently working on his PhD dissertation on self-disclosure of negative thoughts among marital partners and the subsequent depression from such disclosure.
Rehman has worked in a research project on child development at UNM and also taught developmental psychology courses at UNM. Before joining UNM, he was serving at Kohat University of Science & Technology, Pakistan as a lecturer. He is currently serving as a research assistant on various research projects of Cradle to Career Policy Institute, including San Juan College Child Care Access Means Parents in School Evaluation and Child Care Access and Barriers to Family Stability in a Majority-Hispanic Border State.