Talha Khan, PhD
Dr. Talha Khan is a licensed clinical psychologist with specialized training in Relational Psychodynamic Psychotherapy as well as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). Dr Khan’s work also prioritizes decolonial and anti-oppressive approaches informed by Liberation Psychology, with an emphasis on identifying root sources of suffering and struggle.
Dr. Khan received his doctoral degree from the APA-accredited Clinical Psychology program at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, Texas and his bachelor’s degree in psychology at the University of Texas at Arlington. During his graduate training, he worked with a range of patients from diverse backgrounds presenting with comorbid physical and mental health concerns in a variety of settings.
Dr. Khan subsequently completed his Postdoctoral Fellowship at Mount Sinai Morningside in New York, specializing in working with both adolescents struggling with trauma and substance use as well as family therapy. Dr. Khan has extensive experience treating patients and families with various concerns and challenges including depression, anxiety, other mood disorders, trauma, substance use, and relationship and behavioral difficulties.
Dr. Khan’s approach to therapy is both compassionate and collaborative. He focuses on utilizing the therapy space as a site to create hope, meaning, and identify new and creative ways to overcome both internal and external struggles. He is passionate in his work with adolescents, young adults, and families, and identifying ways for the healing space to be empowering.