Shannon Khan has been working in the psychology field since 2001, and is a licensed professional counselor, as well as a licensed psychological associate. Shannon graduated with a Masters in Psychology from Houston Baptist University and received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from The University of Houston. While completing her Master’s Degree, Shannon worked with children in foster care and adoptive placements as a case manager. She has long had a passion for working with children and adults who had experienced severe abuse and were struggling with a variety of mental health issues. Shannon completed two internships in clinical psychology and was trained extensively in psychotherapy and psychological assessment, working with clients of all ages, ranging from children to seniors. She has worked in the private clinical setting for over 15 years, and has extensive experience as a therapist, including individual, group, and family counseling. She has performed both private testing and forensic for DFPS. She has also worked in case management, adoption work, crisis work, with private clients struggling with emotional and family issues, with patients of minority background or LGBTQ status seeking cultural competency, and with hearing-impaired clients. She has worked in conjunction with other professionals, such as caseworkers, law enforcement, and legal professionals in child abuse cases. Her therapeutic approach is a blend of cognitive-behavioral and solution focused therapy with a focus on holistic wellness. She is working under the supervision of Dr. Amanda Richter at Moore Mental Health & Behavioral Services, PLLC.
In her spare time, Shannon enjoys working out, doing artwork, and spending time with her spouse and four children.