- M.S. University of North Texas
B.A. Georgia State University
- Arubah Khan is a doctoral intern clinician at the American University (AU) Counseling Center, and a Ph.D. candidate in her final year of University of North Texas’s APA-accredited counseling psychology Ph.D. program. She has worked with young adults, adolescents, and families in clinical training settings including university counseling centers in north Texas, and a community mental health clinic in Denton, Texas. Her approach to clinical work integrates time-limited dynamic psychotherapy, relational-cultural therapy, systems theory, and social justice perspectives. Her areas of clinical interest include: minority stress and the effects of systemic oppression, affirmative therapy for intersecting identities, family-of-origin concerns, shame, trauma (interpersonal, transgenerational, and sociopolitical traumas) and recovery, interpersonal difficulties, relationship issues, and experiences of students of color and first-generation students.