Dr Jabir trained in the UK, obtaining her medical degree and a bachelor degree through the University of St Andrews and the University of Manchester. She worked as a junior doctor in the UK, before emigrating to New Zealand, where she commenced psychiatric training and developed an interest in forensic and disability psychiatry. She later moved to Melbourne, Australia to pursue this and finished training across a variety of public settings. She also has an interest in PTSD and has worked for the state-wide PTSD inpatient and outpatient service to develop these skills further. As a consultant, she practices as a dual disability clinician for a state-wide unit in a public hospital and also works for a forensic service, conducting court reports. She values a recovery-oriented and consumer focussed approach. Outside of clinical work, she’s involved in disability research, disability advocacy and the education of junior staff.
She only sees patients aged 18 - 65, and does not accept referrals for ADHD or eating disorders.