Dr. Meera Khan is a postdoctoral fellow at the CBT Center for Anxiety and OCD. Dr. Khan earned her doctoral degree from La Salle University, a clinical psychology program specializing in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Most recently she completed her predoctoral internship at Holcomb Behavioral Health Systems where she worked with children and adults in a community mental health setting. Dr. Khan has experience treating obsessive compulsive conditions, mood disorders, social anxiety, agoraphobia, generalized anxiety, panic disorder, separation anxiety, borderline personality disorder, school refusal and PTSD.
Dr. Khan has a passion for working with anxiety disorders, OCD, trauma and borderline personality disorder. She has previously worked in community mental health settings, university counseling centers, partial hospitalization programs (PHP), intensive outpatient programs (IOP), and outpatient clinics. Although she has worked with clients across the lifespan, she specializes in working with pre-teens, adolescents and emerging adults. Dr. Khan is committed to applying third wave CBT practices such as ACT, DBT and Mindfulness-based CBT to her clinical practice. Dr. Khan is dedicated to a client-focused approach as well as to dismantling the stigma of mental health, specifically as it applies to ethnic, gender, and sexual minorities; Dr. Khan is committed to providing culturally competent care, as well as LGTBQIA+ outreach and advocacy. In her free time, she enjoys reading, writing fiction, playing video games, cooking, baking, and spending time with her loved ones.