Hira provides both individual and family therapy. Her experience includes supporting those with depression, anxiety, family issues, and multiple forms of trauma, across a broad spectrum of faiths, cultures and ethnicities. Hira’s approach is outcome-focused, warm, and non-judgmental. She seeks to approach all challenges holistically from their root cause, whether emotional, physical, or spiritual.
Nuzhath Quadri holds a Masters in Counseling Psychology and is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She is currently working in a school and clinic setting. Her primary experience includes working with children, adolescents, women, and families.
Rana Chawla is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and holds a Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology from the University of Denver. She has worked extensively with adolescents & families, providing individual & family therapy and dealing with a wide variety of issues. Her clinical training ranges from working with seriously mentally ill adolescents living in a locked facility, to providing treatment in the community and in-home services to families.
Heba has received her undergraduate degree from UC Irvine in Psychology of Social Science, later earned a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology and is currently pursuing her doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology. She worked at OMID Multicultural Institute for Development, a mental health institute for 3 years, where she completed her practicum hours and gained a variety of experience working with the Muslim population from different ethnicities and backgrounds.
Yusuf is an associate level clinician (APCC #2419) registered with the BBS of California, and holds a Master of Arts degree in Counseling from Regis University. Yusuf has been a part of the Khalil Center Bay Area staff since 2016 on a part-time basis, as well as providing clinical social work and case management services with UCSF/ZSFGH Department of Psychiatry, working closely with unhoused individuals with mental health challenges who are high utilizers of psychiatric and emergency services.
Saha has received her undergraduate degree from UC Davis in Psychology and a minor in Comparative Religion. Later, she earned her Master’s degree in Social Work from University of Southern California. She worked at John George Psychiatric Hospital where she completed her clinical hours and gained a variety of experience working in the ER setting. Simultaneously, Saha has been working at NISA, a Muslim domestic violence organization for over 15 years where she provides counseling and case management for survivors of domestic violence and abuse. Saha utilizes a multitude of therapeutic intervention modalities based on the needs of the client including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness, Solution Focused Therapy, Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and stress management.