Mohamed Khalif, PhD, LPC

Therapist

Dr. Khalif is a licensed professional counselor and he is board-certified as a national certified counselor. He received his PhD in CACREP counselor education and supervision and his master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling. He is passionate about supporting individuals, couples, children and adolescents dealing with trauma, anxiety, depression, emotional regulation, and ADHD. He draws from several treatment modalities that include cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), motivational interviewing, family systems, and narrative therapy. Dr. Khalif believes that every person is unique and deserves a unique treatment that best fits their needs. He strongly believes that the therapeutic work is a journey, and he works to support his clients as they travel through that journey to make their own discoveries. When he is not providing mental health care, he serves the role of contributing faculty for Walden University’s master’s degree program in clinical mental health counseling. Outside of work, he likes spending time with his family and playing soccer.