Aisha Khan


Aisha has a rich and diverse background having provided counseling services to clients of various age groups and cultural backgrounds. She leverages an eclectic therapeutic approach tailored to the unique needs of her clients.

About Aisha

Aisha brings nearly a decade of direct practice experience working with children, youth and families. Her vast skill set includes individual and group counseling, parenting skills education and case management.

Aisha uses an eclectic approach to therapy tailored to her individual clients which may include cognitive behavioral therapy, psychodynamic therapy, play therapy, and dialectical behavior therapy. She has assisted individuals with a broad spectrum of emotional and behavioral issues including mood and anxiety disorders, grief/loss, trauma, suicidality and self-harm, relationship concerns, anger management/impulse control, adolescent issues, coping skills, postpartum depression and parenting issues.

In addition to her past work at child welfare agencies, domestic violence shelters and in a variety of school settings, Aisha also facilitated a series of groups and educational workshops for adults and youth.

Certifications and appointments

Professional Educator License In addition to private counseling, Aisha has a current State of Illinois Professional Educator License (PEL) with a School Social Worker endorsement

Workshop and Group Facilitator Aisha has led several groups educational workshops for adults and youth on topics including eating disorders, bullying, self-injury, self-esteem, parenting, socialization and domestic violence.

Perinatal Mental Heath Specialist Aisha is currently pursuing a certification in Perinatal Mental Health.


Aisha Khan received her Masters in Social Work from the University of Michigan and has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Loyola University