**Now serving clients, via Telehealth in the following states (USA): AL, AZ, AR, CO, DE, DC, GA, IL, KS, KY, ME, MD, MN, MO, NC, NE, NH, NJ, NV, OH, OK, PA, TN, TX, UT, VA, WV, and WI.**
Dr. Meera Khan graduated with magna cum laude from Rutgers University and went on to receive her doctorate from La Salle University in clinical psychology. Dr. Khan is trained as a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) clinician and favors third-wave approaches such as dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), Schema Therapy, and mindfulness-based cognitive behavioral therapy (MBT) in addition to classic CBT approaches. She is additionally thoroughly trained in exposure in response prevention (ERP) and competent in trauma-informed care such as trauma-focused-CBT (TFCBT), prolonged exposure (PE), and cognitive processing therapy (CPT).
Dr. Khan believes in a person-centered philosophy in her treatment and leans into concepts of mindfulness, personal values, acceptance, psychological flexibility, and spirituality in the treatment of the individual, as well as explores concepts related to making meaning with the world around us. She believes in focusing on health over dysfunction as well as the notion of nonjudgmental curiosity in our approach to the world. Dr. Khan believes in helping a person understand their multicultural identity and intersectionality to better navigate the world around them.
Dr. Khan specializes in working with adolescents and emerging adults and specializes in a variety of clinical concerns. Specifically, Dr. Khan specializes in the treatment of anxiety, panic, specific phobia, social anxiety, OCD, depression, mood difficulties including bipolar symptoms and disorder, adjustment, trauma and PTSD, difficulties related to abuse, racial and immigration trauma, and borderline personality disorder.
Dr. Khan is passionate about working within the LGBTQIA+ community to increase access and destigmatize mental health care. She believes that an individual’s story is shaped through their lived experiences, motivations, accessibility, and aspirations, as well as influenced by their history and ethnic identity. To that end, Dr. Khan strives to create inclusive, safe, welcoming, and culturally aware environments for all to feel understood, accepted, vulnerable and trusting.
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