Amina Khan, BS

Amina graduated with her Bachelors of Science in Psychology from University of Illinois at Chicago. She is currently pursuing her Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) at Northwestern University and is currently completing her clinical practicum at Progressive Psychological Healthcare. 

Amina has a background working with children and implementing behavior plans to help target challenging behaviors and increase social and communication skills. Amina has also worked with the families in order to provide guidance on treatment plans and behaviors. She has been able to bring over skills of developing effective communication, problem solving, and adaptability in order to work with an individual’s needs. 

Therapy approach:

Amina strives to create an open and safe environment for individuals to navigate through emotions and come up with a solution collaboratively. She believes in focusing on the strengths of individuals while using an integrative approach and including interventions from different models in order to meet the clients needs and help identify and remove barriers that are in the way of an individual, couple, or families wellbeing. The needs and goals of the clients are the main focus of therapy and Amina aims to provide support, empathy, and guidance through challenging times, thoughts, or behaviors. 

Theoretical Lens:

Integrative approach including Person-centered, Strength based, motivational. 

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