“Stand up straight and realize who you are, that you tower over your circumstances.” –Maya Angelou
Shazia Khan is a final-year graduate student in the Clinical and Mental Health Counseling program at the University of Houston. She is a highly motivated counselor intern and researcher, dedicated to providing exceptional care and devising effective treatment plans based on technical knowledge and creativity to successfully treat individuals dealing with crisis, grief, anxiety, and depression. She believes in cultivating a meaningful therapeutic relationship built on trust and mutual respect. Shazia works collaboratively with her clients to explore their goals and aspirations enabling them to tap into their inner strengths and resources to facilitate positive change and self-empowerment. Her nurturing personality, empathetic nature, and genuineness allow her to work comfortably with children, adolescents, families, and adults. She is deeply committed to the client’s well-being and growth and looks forward to embarking on this transformative journey with them. She believes in a holistic approach to providing unconditional positive regard and a mutually respectful therapeutic alliance with spiritual integration in sessions, instilling hope, compassion, and healing.