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Sabaahath Latifi is a Masters level therapist at Khalil Center. She has completed her Masters of Science in Clinical Psychology, with a subspecialty of children and adolescents, at Benedictine University. She graduated from Elmhurst College with her Bachelors in Speech-Language Pathology. Prior to that, she studied Islamic jurisprudence, history, Quran Tafseer, and Urdu for six years. Sabaahath has worked at the Elmhurst College Speech Language and Hearing Clinic as a student clinician. She has also worked for Little Friends, Inc. as a direct support staff for children with special needs. Through her experience at Khalil Center, Sabaahath has primary worked with women experiencing anxiety, marital conflict, and depression. Alongside this, she is currently working as a school counselor at MCC Academy. She also heads the sisters’ support group for divorced women and single mothers and a high school girls’ group at Khalil Center.
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