Mohammed Imran Akhtar
Mohammed Imran Akhtar has a Master’s in Educational Psychology and is currently pursuing his Psy.D. in School Psychology. He specializes in the evaluation and assessment of pediatric clients with psychological, learning disabilities, and neurodevelopmental disorders. He also serves as an Assistant Professor at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. During his free time, he likes to travel and stay active. He also enjoys reading about religion, finance, fitness, and food.
Academic & School Consultations
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Executive Function Skills Training
Mohammed utilizes an integrative person-centered, solution-focused approach that emphasizes the importance of being human, being present, and being adaptable. He has a passion for helping individuals reach their maximal potential academically and socially. His goal throughout the client-therapist interaction is to emphasize personal self-worth and creativity within an individual and to build on the strengths of each individual which will allow them to build the capacity to overcome hardship, pain, and despair.
Additionally, he provides one-on-one executive function skills coaching to assist individuals with organization, memory, study strategies, and other cognitive skills essential to optimal daily functioning.