Hooman Keshavarzi is licensed as a psychotherapist in the state of Illinois, he holds a Doctorate of Clinical Psychology, a Masters of Clinical Psychology and a Bachelors of Science – specialist psychology track/minor in Islamic Studies.
Ustadha Rania also a medical doctor with a specialty in Psychiatry. She completed her Psychiatric residency and fellowship training at Stanford University where she is currently on the faculty as a Clinical Instructor in the Stanford Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences department.
At Khalil Center Sabaahath works with children experiencing anxiety, significant changes in family environment, behavioral concerns, peer related concerns, body image and self-esteem issues, and stress management. She also works with women experiencing anxiety, OCD, marital conflict, and depression.
Dr. Syed has a broad range of experience working within the field of psychology including diagnostic and vocational testing, career counseling, domestic violence, addictions, family and couples therapy, depression, anxiety, stress, adjustment, grief/loss, school concerns, lifespan adjustment, and community mental health.
Dr. Samar holds a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology. Dr. Samar’s clinical training and experience include working with individuals struggling with mood disorders, anxiety, traumatic incidents, identity concerns, relationship problems, and other serious mental health issues.