Amena Khan, Intern
Amena is a Master’s student in the Oakland University Counseling program. She is deeply dedicated to learning about how she can be of help to all individuals and families who come seeking therapy. Amena has had experience counseling individuals with anxiety, depression, borderline personality disorder, ADD/ADHD, and adjustment issues. Her passion is helping clients who have faced difficulties in counseling before and are looking for a positive therapeutic experience. Amena’s therapeutic approach combines humanistic and behavioral theories, such as Person-Centered Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. She is a strong believer in using the techniques best suited to each client’s unique needs and circumstances. Her goal for counseling is to perform the utmost within her ability to help each client find their own personal peace and happiness.