Masters Level Interns
We are grateful to host intern clinicians! These clinicians will be supervised and trained by our talented staff. They are available for reduced fee sessions of $25.
Contact us today to schedule an appointment! 


Sobia Khan

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Masters Level Clinical Intern 

Aurora University

Works with Children, Adolescents, and Adult Individuals

Sobia says: “I believe your mental health is just as important as your physical health, and it is essential to take care of both. I am multilingual in English/Urdu/Hindi and Punjabi, and I like to work with children, adolescents, and adults suffering from anxiety, depression, trauma, and other emotional and behavioral issues. My approach is client-centered and individualized to meet my client's current needs. My goal is to assist clients in reaching their potential well-being through psychoeducation, teaching, and modeling skills while helping to identify barriers that prevent change. Using an empathic and compassionate approach, I am here to listen and assist my clients in creating positive changes to cope with life.”


Owen Sawyer

Pronouns: He/Him/His

Masters Level Clinical Intern 

Aurora University

Works with Children and Adolescent Individuals

Owen says: “In younger years of development, it can be difficult for children and adolescents to understand their emotions and cope with them. My hope is that in therapy, I can increase my client's emotional intelligence and ability to cope with their emotions. A dominant factor that contributes to children’s and adolescents mental health is their mindset. I enjoy using mindfulness and cognitive behavioral therapy techniques to help my clients set goals and learn coping mechanisms when trying to deal with emotionally confusing moments in their life. I strongly believe that learning these things at such young of an age will stay with them forever and help pave their path of coping with their emotions the rest of their life. I look forward to working with them, and providing them grace through the process.”