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Dr. Khan teaches the required Ethical and Professional Issues course for first year doctoral students in both the Clinical and Counseling Psychology Programs. He has taught this course since 2007, except 2013, 2014.
- Ethical & Professional Issues in Clinical Psychology
- Psychotherapy with Underserved Mental Health Populations
- Muslim Populations
- South Asian Populations
- Asian Populations
- Arab Populations
- Caribbean Populations
- Men of Color
- Couples/Family Psychotherapy with Inter-/Mixed Relationships
- Race, Religion, Class, Caste, Nationality, Ethnicity, etc.
- Gifted Education
- Private School Education
- Clinical High Risk Adolescents/Prodromal Psychosis
- Child Maltreatment
- Ph.D. (Clinical Psychology), Columbia University
- M.S. (Clinical Psychology), Teachers College, Columbia University
- B.A. (Psychology, Concentration: Neural & Behavioral Sciences), Haverford College
- Postdoctoral Trainee (Adolescent & Adult), Center of Prevention & Evaluation (COPE), Columbia University Medical Center, NY State Psychiatric Institute
- Internship (Adult), New-York Presbyterian Hospital, Columbia University Medical Center, NY State Psychiatric Institute
- Externship (Child & Adolescent), The Child Study Center, Institute for Trauma & Stress, New York University School of Medicine
- Externship (Child & Adolescent), PARTNERS Program, St. Johns University
- Post Graduate Certificate, International Trauma Studies Program, New York University
- Raoul Wallenberg Scholar, Leadership in Democracies, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (1996-1997)
- New Yorkers Share Their Stories Of Falling In Love With Strangers (2013, May 8). Newsday.
- Experience Summer: From Traditional To Speciality, Camps Are Available For Every Price, Purpose (2013, Apr. 26). The Burlington Hawk Eye.
- Plans For The Precocious: What You Need To Know About Raising A Gifted Child In The City (2012, Nov. 5). New York Family Ultimate Guide To Education (2012-13), pp. 12-14.
- 25% of New Yorkers Wouldn't Date Someone in Another Boro: A Survey (2012, Sept. 4). Newsday.
- Sidewalk Congestion Is Now A Maddening Crowd For Midtown (2012, Aug. 5). Newsday.
- Dad Chronicles: "Adventure Days" (2012, June 1). New York Family Magazine, pp. 50-51.
- For Some Parents, Leaving A Private School Is Harder Than Getting In (2012, April 30). The New York Times.
- The Experts Weigh In (2012, Spring). The New York Observer's Scooter Magazine, p. 65.
- At Private Schools, Little Financial Impact (2009, May 27). West Side Spirit.
- Mazzoni, P., Kimhy, D., Khan, S., Posner, K., Maayan, L., Eilenberg, M., Walsh, J., Kestenbaum, C., Corcoran, C. (2009). Childhood onset diagnoses in a case series of teens at clinical high risk for psychosis. Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology, 19(6), 771-776.
- Thompson, J. L., Kelly, M., Kimhy, D., Harkavy Friedman, J., Khan, S., Messinger, J.W., Schobel, S., Goetz, R., Malaspina, D., & Corcoran, C. (2009). Childhood trauma and prodromal symptoms among individuals at clinical high risk for psychosis. Schizophrenia Research, 108(1), 176-181.
- Corcoran, C., Kimhy, D., Stanford, A., Khan, S., Walsh, J., Thompson, J., Schobel, S., Harkavy-Friedman, J., Goetz, R., Colibazzi, T., Cressman, D., & Malaspina, D. (2008). Temporal association of cannabis use with symptoms in individuals at clinical high risk for psychosis. Schizophrenia Research, 106(2), 286-293.
- Brown, E.J., & Khan, S.A. (2003). Child abuse and neglect: Definitions, consequences, and treatment. Child Study Center Letter, 7, 1-6.